Mirza meaning

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A title denoting the rank of a high nobleman or prince, signifying a male-line descent and relationship to the Imperial Families of Turkey, Persia and later South Asia, and was the title borne by members of the highest aristocracies in Tatar states, such as the khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan.
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A Persian title of honor placed after the name of a royal prince or before the name of a high official, scholar, etc.
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(now historical) An educated man in India or Iran; an official, a clerk. [from 16th c.]
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Origin of mirza

  • From Persian میرزا (Mirzâ), from earlier میرزاد (Mirzâd), composed of میر (mir, “commander") (from Arabic title أَمِير (ʾamÄ«r, “commander, prince")) and the suffix زاد، زاده (-zâd, -zâde), from زادن (zâdan). Akin to Amir, amir, emir and admiral.

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  • From Persian میرزا (mirzâ).

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