[ zar-uh-thoo-struh ]
/ ˌzær əˈθu strə /
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OTHER WORDS FROM ZarathustraZar·a·thus·tri·an [zar-uh-thoo-stree-uhn], /ˌzær əˈθu stri ən/, adjective, nounZar·a·thus·tric, adjective
Words nearby Zarathustra
zappy, zaptiah, ZAPU, Zaqaziq, Zaragoza, Zarathustra, Zarathustrian, zaratite, Zardeh Kuh, zareba, zarf
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How to use Zarathustra in a sentence
There is general agreement that the one author to whom at least the great bulk of the Gathas is due is Zarathustra himself.
Comparisons from Zarathustra are always forcing themselves into my mind.Simon Eichelkatz; The Patriarch|Ulrich Frank
Zarathustra has entered the blood of the German people like a virus from a hypodermic needle.The Orchard of Tears|Sax Rohmer
And the dance dies away and is lost in ethereal regions, and Zarathustra is lost to sight while dancing in distant worlds.Musicians of To-Day|Romain Rolland
But when Zarathustra tries to drive out the cowardly devils in men, the cry is raised against him, "Zarathustra is godless."Friedrich Nietzsche|Georg Brandes
British Dictionary definitions for Zarathustra
/ (ˌzærəˈθuːstrə) /
the Avestan name of Zoroaster
Derived forms of ZarathustraZarathustric, adjective, noun
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