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Zoroaster

[ zawr-oh-as-ter, zohr-, zawr-oh-as-ter, zohr- ]
/ ˈzɔr oʊˌæs tər, ˈzoʊr-, ˌzɔr oʊˈæs tər, ˌzoʊr- /
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noun
flourished 6th century b.c., Persian religious teacher.
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Also called Zarathustra.
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Zoroaster
/ (ˌzɒrəʊˈæstə) /

noun
?628–?551 bc, Persian prophet; founder of ZoroastrianismAvestan name: Zarathustra
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