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Who is Kartir?
Kartir Hangirpe was a highly influential Zoroastrian high-priest of the late 3rd century CE who served as advisor to at least three Sassanid emperors.
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Viz. English, Bángálí, and Hindústání. In the Roman Character by P. S. D'Rozario
a joint sovereignty—dui kartir ek adhikir, sahidhikiritsi, milita dui janer simSyn'chronism, s. simultaneousness--kilamel, ekkrile ghatan, samakóli natura—sánihát ká wnqi ekhí zanone meu .
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
Next to it the most considerable river is the Amara-vati, which falls into it about ten miles below Kartir, and is therefore often called the Karur River. The third is the B' havani, □which crosses the northern districts, and joins the KaveVi near ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
r-9t%r\, also spelled Kartir, or Karder (fl. 3rd century (, Persia [now Iran]), influential HIGH PRIEST of ZOROASTRIANISM, whose aim was to ...
With Illustrations from English Literature and Colloquial English, Tr. Into Hindustani by S. W. Fallon
t/te Supreme Being, Tshvar; Niraukar; Ram;Khuda; Rab; Allah; Kartir. Our Father which art in heaven.
Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary, English and Hindustani by Duncan Forbes
utpat, srishfn lilgallg-ullih, Cannon, k_hE\lil_:, kartir, éfrininda, ifridgfir, bidhni, karté, bannhi. bimnchi, bidhalti, sgismi-karti, sitjanhir, l_L§nllz'ak, wizjid, utpati.
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Scrabble value of K5A1R1T1I1R1
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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