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Sassanid

[ suh-sah-nid, -san-id ]
/ səˈsɑ nɪd, -ˈsæn ɪd /
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noun, plural Sas·sa·nids, Sas·sa·ni·dae [suh-sah-ni-dee, -san-i-]. /səˈsɑ nɪˌdi, -ˈsæn ɪ-/.
a member of a dynasty that ruled in Persia a.d. 226–651.
adjective
of or relating to the Sassanids or their dynasty.
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Also Sas·sa·ni·an [suh-sey-nee-uhn], /səˈseɪ ni ən/, Sas·sa·nide [sas-uh-nid]. /ˈsæs ə nɪd/.

Origin of Sassanid

1770–80; Sassan grandfather of first king of dynasty + -id1
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British Dictionary definitions for Sassanid

Sassanid
/ (ˈsæsənɪd) /

noun plural Sassanids or Sassanidae (sæˈsænɪˌdiː)
any member of the native dynasty that built and ruled an empire in Persia from 224 to 636 a.d

Derived forms of Sassanid

Sassanian, adjective
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