Translation of Persian in Spanish:

Persian

persa, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpərʒən//ˈpəːʃ(ə)n//ˈpəːʒ(ə)n/

adjective

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    persa
    the Persian Gulf el Golfo Pérsico
    • a Persian carpet una alfombra persa
    • Though chapter 4 does provide information on ancient Persian medicine, it would have been better if it had covered more elaborate information.
    • The Greeks held the pass but eventually a traitorous Greek led a Persian force through the hills to the rear of the Greek forces, who were subsequently massacred.
    • Now that he was king of Persia, Alexander began to adopt Persian dress, at least when dealing with Persian subjects.
    • In 525 B., Cambyses, the son of Cyrus the Great, led a Persian invasion force that dethroned the last pharaoh of the 26th Dynasty.
    • Evidence of popular fascination with Iran's Persian heritage is everywhere.
    • Such toleration also extended to oriental cults, one of the most prominent being that of Mithras, a Persian god who represented fair dealing and the victory of the soul after death.
    • The Muscat rulers established trading posts on the Persian coast and also exercised a measure of control over the Makran coast (now Pakistan).
    • Influenced by the style of ancient Persian gardens, it used only dark plants; the palette was strictly limited to black, deep crimson, purple and chocolate browns.
    • The first calendar was located in inscriptions at Persepolis, an ancient Persian city located near the present city of Shiraz that was the symbolic capital of the Achaemenids.
    • The mighty Persian empire (founded in Asia a generation earlier by Cyrus the Great and expanded by his son Cambyses to take in Egypt) is in crisis, since a usurper has occupied the throne.
    • In 538 BC Persian emperor Cyrus defeated the Babylonians and Jews were allowed to return to Jerusalem.
    • In the same century, the Buyids, a Persian clan that was also Shi'ite in loyalty, managed to take over the ailing Abassid caliphs in Baghdad.
    • Against overwhelming odds, he led his army to victories across the Persian territories of Asia Minor, Syria and Egypt without incurring a single defeat.
    • He took a Persian wife, and encouraged his officers to do likewise, arguing against the traditional Greek parochialism.
    • In 1218, a caravan of merchants arrived at Utrar, on the Persian frontier.
    • Once the king was seen abandoning the field - he was easy to spot in his golden chariot - the Persian army collapsed.
    • The restaurant has a clean look, its teal walls decorated with a few pictures of Persian artifacts and Iran.
    • The Athenian fleet was operating in the northern Aegean, with a combined Corinthian and Spartan navy (now financed by Persian gold) in pursuit.
    • Our bus has been chugging uphill out of the city of Shiraz in southern Iran on the road to Persepolis, the ancient Persian capital.

noun

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    • 1.1(language)

      persa masculine
      • A very substantial minority speaks a form of Persian called Tajik (about a third of Uzbeks, and the majority in Tajikistan).
      • Modern Kurdish names are mostly Arabic or Persian.
      • He saw old manuscripts and spoke about similarities of Urdu, Arabic and Persian.
      • Theaters show movies in Hindi, Urdu, Persian, Arabic, and English.
      • The Malay language borrows heavily from other languages, including Sanskrit, Portuguese, Persian, Arabic, and English.
      • Many European languages, but also Oriental languages are represented, such as Arabic, Persian, Syriac, Hebrew and even Chinese.
      • Middle Persian is, in essence, today's Persian.
      • Written Persian is transcribed by a modified version of Arabic script, even though Persian is a member of the Indo-European family of languages.
      • Urdu is a blend of four different languages - Hindi, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish - and is also spoken by Muslims in India.
      • Loanwords from English, Arabic, Portuguese, Persian, and Hindi are also common, reflecting the history of the nation.
      • Urdu was created by combining the languages of early invaders and settlers, including Arabic, Persian, and Turkish.
      • Since the 1970s, a growing number of Kurds have rediscovered their non-Turkish roots, based in part on Kurdish, an Indo-European language related to Persian.
      • There were particularly large gains for online services in English, Arabic, Spanish and Persian.
      • In Southwest Asia, Persian, Semitic, and Turkic languages identify various ethnic groups.
      • He is a linguist and fluently speaks in Urdu, Persian, Tamil, Nepali, Bengali, Hindi and Assamese, besides English and Khasi languages.
      • Some speak Spanish, Persian, or American Sign Language.
      • If successful, the World Service site plans to introduce this option in other languages including Arabic, Persian and Spanish later in the year.
      • There are many borrowed words from Arabic, Persian, and Russian, especially for technical and scientific terms.
      • It is a pleasant amalgam of Persian, Arabic, Marathi, and Hindustani with Konkani as its base.
      • He even translated the Upanishads into Persian.

    • 1.2(person)

      persa feminine
      • There are also smaller groups of Ukrainians, Turks, Persians, and Jews.
      • To the Persians and Arabs the word Hindu covered both the lands watered by the Sindhu and the people living there and beyond.
      • The Medes and the Persians were subsequently united by marriage connections.
      • The ancient Assyrians, Persians, Greeks, Romans and East Indians used it to treat certain illnesses.
      • The Saluki and the horse are prized possessions of the Arabs and the Persians.
      • Arabs, Syrians, Persians and other Orientals exhibited great interest in this subject even before this period in history.
      • The Aryans were supposedly the ancestors of the Greeks, Persians, Indians, Scandinavians, Anglo-Saxons & Germans.
      • More than 4,000 years ago, the ancient Assyrians, Persians, and Babylonians used mastiffs wearing spiked collars to attack their enemies.
      • The Greeks seem to have been fascinated by the splendid costumes of the Persians and the bodies they concealed.
      • The Egyptians embalmed bodies; the ancient Babylonians and Persians stuck them into jars of honey and wax.
      • At different times it has been occupied by Persians, Byzantines, Arabs, Mongols, Turks and Russians.
      • The encounter with Persians and Arabs infused a new vitality into Indian music, resulting in the sublime form of khayal.
      • After all, the laws of the Medes and Persians never changed at all.
      • Ancient Persians believed that pomegranate seeds made their warriors invincible.
      • Muslim Arabs and Persians established trading routes in the area between the 7th and 10th centuries AD.
      • They also used lead-based powder to whiten their complexions as the ancient Persians did.
      • Seventy years later, when the Babylonians fell to the Persians and the Jews were permitted to return, only a small number did.
      • Misfortune and politics place them between the Arabs, Turks and Persians.
      • For instance, it is not known exactly how the Norooz festival was viewed in terms of religious beliefs by ancient Persians.
      • Between the 4th and 19th centuries, Armenia was conquered and ruled by, among others, Persians, Byzantines, Arabs, Mongols, and Turks.

  • 2also Persian cat

    gato persa masculine