Avestan Personal and Family names

Avestan Personal and Family names

(Based on C. Bartholomae, Altiranisches Wörterbuch, pg. 1983-88)

aêtava
(m) An ashavan, son of Mayu. Cf. yt13.123.
aêvô-gafya
(m) an adversary of Keresasp. Cf. yt15.28.
aêvô-sared [Aevo-saredha-fyaeshta]
Father of Thrit ‘of the Tanya land’. Cf. yt13.125.
aghraêradha
‘the demi-man’. An ashavan. Cf. yt13.131.
ahûm-stût [Ahum-stut]
(m) Father of Saena. Cf. yt13.97.
ainyâva [Ainyu]
Father of Vivare-shvant. Cf. yt13.122. (2) (m) Father of Vohu-peresa. Cf. yt13.124.
aipi-vanghav [Aipivanghu]
An ashavan and king. Cf. yt13.132.
airyâva [Airyu]
Father of Manuschithra (Minochehr). Cf. yt13.131.
âithwyav [Athwyoza]
(m) Father of Neremyazdana. Cf. yt13.110.
aiwi-xvarenah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
akayadha
An ashavan ‘of the Pidha house’. Cf. yt13.127.
amrav [Amru]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
anghuyav [Anghuyu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
ankasa
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.124.
aoikhmatastura
(m) Father of Avare-gau. Cf. yt13.125.
aoshnara
An ashavan, son of Pouru-jira. Cf. yt13.131.
ara
(m) Father of Berezishnu and Kasupatu. Cf. yt13.110.
ârâstya
aravaoshtra
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.124.
araxa
ardumanish
arejahvant [Arejan-ghant]
A Turanian ashavan. Cf. yt13.113.
arejat-aspa
(m) Adversary of Kavi Vishtaspa. Yt9.30, yt5.109; yt5.116.
arejavan [Arejaona]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
arenavak [Arezva]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.115.
arezô-shamana
(m) Adversary of Keresaspa. Cf. yt19.42.
arshan
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.132.
arshavant [Arshvant]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
arshya:
An ashavan, the chief in assemblies, the most energetic of the worshippers of Mazda. Cf. yt13.108.
artavardiya
(m) See OP list.
asabana
Name of a Turanian family. Cf. yt5.73.
asabanâ
(f) An ashavan, wide of Pourudhakhsti. Cf. yt13.140.
asan-xvanvant [Asan-hvanvant]
an Ashavan. Cf. yt13.96.
asha-nemah
An ashavan ‘of this country’. Cf. yt13.127.
asha-shyaothna
An ashavan, son of Gayadhasti. Cf. yt13.114.
ashâhura [Ashahura]
(m) An ashavan, son of Jishti. Cf. yt13.113.
ashasairyank [Asha-sairyach]
Father of Asha-saredha. Cf. yt13.114.
ashasaredha [Asha-saredha]
(1) (m) An ashavan, the son of Asha-sairyach. Cf. yt13.114. (2) (m) An ashavan, the son of Zairyach. Cf. yt13.114.
ashasavah [Asha-savah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
ashastû [Asha-stu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Maidhyo-maungha. Cf. yt13.106.
ashâurvaêdha
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
ashâvanghav [Asha-vanghu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Bivandangha. Cf. yt13.110.
ashavazdah [Asha-vazdah]
(1) (m) An ashavan, son of Pouru-dhakhshti. Cf. yt13.112. (2) (m) An ashavan, son of Sayuzhdri. Cf. yt13.113.
ashem-yahmâi-ushta
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.120.
ashem-yenghe-raochå
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.120.
ashem-yenghe-vareza
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.120.
ashô-paoirya
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
ashô-raochah [Asho-raochah]
(m) An ashavan, son of Franya. Cf. yt13.97.
ashta-aurvant
(m) Adversary of Vishtaspa. Cf. yt9.30.
ashti-gafya
(m) Adversary of Keresaspa. Cf. yt15.28.
asmô-xvanvant [Asmo-hvanvant]
An ashavan, Cf. yt13.96.
aspachanah
(m) See OP list.
aspo-padho-makhshti
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
asruta
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.125.
astvat-ereta
(m) The Saoshyant (Savior), last of the three Saoshyants, sons of Zarathushtra, who will be conceived miraculously from seed preserved in lake Kasaoya. Cf. yt13.110, yt13.117, yt13.128-129, yt19.92, yt19.45.
âterechithra, âtre-chithra [Atare-chithra]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âteredainghav [Atare-danghu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âterepâta [Atare-pata]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âteresravah [Atare-savah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âterevanush [Atare-vanu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âterexvarenah [Atare-hvarenah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âterezantav, âtre-zantav [Atare-zantu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âthwya
(m) Father of Thraetaona. Cf. y9.7.
âtre-dâta, âteredâta [Atare-data]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
âtredah’yav
See âteredainghav.
aurvasâra
(m) Adversary of Haosravah. Cf. yt15.31f.
aurvat-aspa [Phl. Lohrasp]
a king of ancient Iran, father of Kavi Vishtaspa
avâraoshtrî [Avaraoshtri]
An ashavan, father of Vohu-nemah. Cf. yt13.103, 104.
avaregav [Avare-gau]
(m) An ashavan, son of Aoikhmatastura. Cf. yt13.125.
avarethrabah
(m) An ashavan, son of Rastare-vaghant. Cf. yt13.106.
avaya
An ashavan, son of Spengha. Cf. yt13.123.
ãxnangha [Akhnangha]
Father of Vohushtra. Cf. yt13.122.
âxrûra [Axrura]
An ashavan, son of Haosravah. Cf. yt13.137.
axtya
(m) Sorcerer and adversary of Yoishta. Yt5.82. See also Yavish-i Fryana
ayô-astay [Ayo-asti]
(m) An ashavan, son of Pouru-dhakhshti. Cf. yt13.112.
âyûta [Ayuta]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
âzâta [Azata]
(m) An ashavan, son of Karesna. Cf. yt13.108.
baeshatastura
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.125.
bångha [Baungha]
(m) An ashavan, son of Saunghangha. Cf. yt13.124.
baremna
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121.
bastavaray [Basta-vairi]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.103.
bêndva
Adversary of Zarathushtra. Cf. y49.1-2.
berezavant
(m) Father of Frachithra. Cf. yt13.124.
berezishnav [Berezishnu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Ara. Cf. yt13.110.
berezyarshtay [Berezyarshti]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
bivandangha
An ashavan, father of Asha-vanghu. Cf. yt13.110.
budhra [Bujra]
An ashavan, son of Dazgaraspa. Cf. yt13.106.
bûjisravah [Bujisravah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
byarshan
An ashavan king. Cf. yt13.132.
chamrav [Chamru]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
chathwarespa
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.122.
châxshnay [Chakhshni]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.114.
dångha [Daungha]
(m) An ashavan, son of Zairita. Cf. yt13.98.
daênâvazah [Daeno-vazah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
daêvo-tbish [Daevo-tbish (‘daeva-hater’)]
(m) An ashavan, son of Takhma. Cf. yt13.98.
dahâka [Azi Dahaka, Pers. Zohak]
(m) mythical tyrant
dainghufrâdah [Danghu-fradhah]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
danghu-srûta [Danghu-sruta]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
dârayat-radha [Darayat-ratha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.108.
darshinika
(m) A Daeva-worshipper, adversary of Vishtaspa. Cf. yt9.30.
dâshtâghnay [Dashtaghni]
(m) Father of Paro-dasma of the Muzha land. Cf. yt13.124.
dâshtayânay
(m) Adversary of Keresaspa. Cf. yt19.41.
dawrâmaêshî [Dawra-maeshi]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.122.
Dazgaraspa:
Father of Bujra. Cf. yt13.106.
dâzgrô-gav [Dazgara-gau]
An ashavan ‘of the Apakhshira country’. Cf. yt13.127.
drâdha [Dratha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
dughdhô-vâ
(f) Wife of Pourushaspa and mother of Zarathushtra. Cf. FrD4.
dûraêkaêta
(m) One of the unfaithful. Cf. yt5.73.
dûraêsrûta
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.119.
eredat-fedhrî
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’, mother of the future Saoshyant (savior) Astvat-ereta. called ‘Vispa-taurvari (‘the all-destroying’) because she will bring him forth, who will destroy the malice of Daevas and men, to withstand the evil done by the Jahi. Cf. yt13.142.
eredhwa
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.119.
erexsha
erezav
erezavant
erezavant dainghêush [Erezvat-danghu]
(m) Father of Aravaoshtra. Cf. yt13.124.
erezrâspa
(m) An ashavan, son of Uspasnu. Cf. yt13.121.
frâchithra
(m) An ashavan, son of Berezvant. Cf. yt13.124.
frâchya [Frachya]
(m) An ashavan, son of Taurvati. Cf. yt13.115.
frâdat-nar [Fradat-nara]
An ashavan, son of Gravaratu. Cf. yt13.122.
frâdat-vanghav
(m) An ashavan, son of Stivant. Cf. yt13.121.
frâdat-xvarenah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
fradhâxshtay
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.138.
franghâd
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
frangrasyan [Pers. Afrasiyab]
A Turanian king who repeatedly attempted to overthrow the Iranians.
frânya [Franya]
(m) Father of Vohu-raochah, Asho-raochah, and Varesmo-raochah. Cf. yt13.97.
fraoraosa
An ashavan, son of Kaosha. Cf. yt13.122.
frârayat-radha [Frayat-ratha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.108.
frârâzay [Frarazi]
An ashavan, son of Tura. Cf. yt13.123.
frash-hãm-vareta [Frash-ham-vareta]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
frashaoshtra-, ferashaoshtra [Frashaoshtra]
Son of Hvova, father of Hushyaothna and Hvadaena. Cf. yt13.103, 104.
frashavaxsha
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
frasho-kara [Frasho-kareta]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
frasrûtar [Frasrutara]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121.
fratura
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.125.
frava
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
fravartay
frâyaodha [Frayaodha]
(m) An ashavan, son of Karesna. Cf. yt13.108.
frâyazenta [Fraya-zanta]
(m) An ashavan, father of Frena and Jaro-vanghu. Cf. yt13.113. Father-in-law of Freni. Cf. yt13.140.
frênah [Frenah]
(m) An ashavan, son of Fraya-zanta. Cf. yt13.113.
frênay [Freni]
(f) The eldest daughter of Zarathushtra; (2) An ashavan, wife of Usenemah; (3) An ashavan, wife of the son of Frayazanta;(4) An ashavan, wife of the son of Khshoiwraspa; (5) An ashavan, wife of Gayadhasti. Cf. yt13.139, 140.
frînâspa [Frinaspa]
An ashavan, son of Kaeva. Cf. yt13.122.
frô-hakafra
An ashavan, son of Merezishmya, ‘of the Saena house’. Cf. yt13.126.
frya
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.110; yt13.119.
fryana
Ancestor of Yoishta. Cf. yt13.120.
fryâna
fyushta
gaêvanay [Gaevani]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Vohu-nemah. Cf. yt13.115.
gandarewa
Father of Parshanta. Cf. yt13.123.
gandrewa
gaomant
(m) An ashavan, the son of Zavan and ‘a Raoshdya man of the Raozhdya land.’. Cf. yt13.125.
gaopivanghav [Gaopi-vanghu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.111.
gaoray [Gauri]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
gaorayana
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
gaotema
a heretic. Cf. Yt13.16.
garshta
An ashavan, son of Kavi. Cf. yt13.123.
gaubruva
gaumâta
gavayan
An ashavan, cf. yt13.96.
gaya
gaya-maretan [Pahl. Gayomard]
(m) mythical first man
gayadhâstay [Gaya-dhasti]
(m) An ashavan, son of Pouru-dhakhshti. Cf. yt13.112.
gravâratav [Gravaratu]
(m) Father of Fradat-nara. Cf. yt13.122.
grêhma
hãm-baretar vanghvãm
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.111.
habâspa [Habaspa]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
hadaxaya
haldita
hanghaurvah [Hanghaurvaungh]
(m) An ashavan, son of Jamaspa, and father of Varshna. Cf. yt13.104.
haomô-xvarenah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
haoshyangha [Haoshanha, Pers. Hooshang]
mythological ruler in ancient Iran, founder of the Peshdadian dynasty. He is credited with the discovery of fire. Cf. yt13.137.
haosravah [Kavi Haosravah, Phl. Kay Khosraw]
a Kayanian king, grandson of Kavi Usan. Cf. yt13.132. Father of Axtura. Cf. yt13.137.
haredhâspa [Hare-dhaspa]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
haxâmanish
hitâspa
huchithrâ
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.141.
hufravaxsh
An ashavan ‘of the Kahrkana house’. Cf. yt13.127.
hugav [Hugau]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
humayâ
(f) A ashavan, daughter of king Vishtaspa. Cf. yt9.29ff, yt13.139.
humâyâ
humayaka
hushyaothna [Hushyaothna]
An ashavan, son of Frashaoshtra. Cf. yt13.103, yt13.104.
hutaosâ [Hutaosa]
(f) Wife of Jamaspa. Cf. yt9.26, yt13.139, yt15.35.
hutâna
huvaxshtra
huyazata
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
hvadaena
(m) An ashavan, son of Frashaoshtra. Cf. yt13.104.
hvare-chaeshman
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121. An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
hvare-chithra
(m) son of Zarathushtra. Cf. yt13.98.
hvaredhay
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.141.
hvareshâ(y)
hvarez [Hvareza]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.124.
hvaspa
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.122.
hvâzâta
hvô-gva, hvôva [Hvova]
(m) Father of Frashaoshtra and Jamaspa. Cf. yt13.103.
hvôvî [Hvovi]
(f) the third wife of Zarathushtra, daughter of Frashaostra. Cf. yt13.139, yt16.15.
imaima
imanish
isat-vâstra [Pahl. Isadvastar]
(m) son of Zarathushtra. Cf. yt13.98.
isvant [Isvat]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.96.
jagkrut
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
jâmâspa, dêjâmâspa [Jamaspa, Phl. Jamasp]
an early hero of the Zoroastrian religion. He was son of Hvova and King Vishtaspa’s Prime Minister, and the son-in-law of Zarathushtra. Father of Hanghaurvaungh. (2) Jamaspa ‘the younger’: an ashavan. Cf. yt13.127.
jannara [Janara]
(m) Father of Varesmapa. Cf. yt13.115.
jarô-danghav [Jaro-danghu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Pairishtira. Cf. yt13.110.
jarô-vanghav [Jaro-vanghu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Fraya-zanta. Cf. yt13.113.
jîshtay [Jishti]
(m) Father of Ashahura. Cf. yt13.113.
ka(n)bûjiya
kaêva [Kaeva]
(m) Father of Frinaspa. Cf. yt13.122.
kahrkana
kanukâ
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.141.
kaosha
(m) Father of Fraoraosa. Cf. yt13.122.
kara
karshnaz
karsna [Karesna]
(m) An ashavan, son of Zbaurvant, father of Viraspa, Azata, and Frayaodha. Cf. yt13.106, 108.
kasupitav [Kasupatu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Ara. Cf. yt13.110.
kâta [Kata]
(m) Father of Vohu-data. Cf. yt13.124.
katav [Katu]
(m) Father of Vohu-nemah and Vohu-vazdah. Cf. yt13.114.
kavârasman [Kava-razem]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.103.
kavâta [Kavi Kavata, Pers. Kay Kobad]
(m) king, founder of the Kayanian dynasty. Cf. yt13.132.
kavay [Kavi]
(1) (m) Father of Pourushti. Cf. yt13.114. (2) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.119. (3) Father of Garshta. Cf. yt13.123.
keresânay
keresaoxshan [Keresaokhshan]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
keresâspa [Keresaspa, Pahl. Kersasp]
(m) a king of ancient Iran. Called ‘the Sama’. Cf. yt13.136.
keresavazdah [Pers. Garsivaz]
(m) brother of Afrasiyab
kûrav
mãzdrâvanghav [Mazdra-vanghu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
mahrkûsha
maidyôi-mångha, maidhyôi-mångha [Maidhyo-maungha]
(m) Father of Asha-stu. Cf. yt13.106. (2) Maidhyo-maungha ‘the younger: an ashavan. Cf. yt13.127.
manush-chithra [Manuschithra, Pers. Minochehr]
a king of ancient Iran. Son of Airyu. Cf. yt13.131.
marduniya
marezishmyah
Father of Frohakafra. Cf. yt13.126.
martiya
mathravâka [Mathravaka]
(1) (m) An ashavan, the son of Simaezhi, the Aethrapati, the Hamidhpati. Cf. yt13.105. (2) (m) Father of Vahmae-data. Cf. yt13.115.
maxshtay
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
mayava [Mayu]
Father of Aetava. Cf. yt13.123.
mazdayasna
(m) (‘Mazda-worshipper’) Father of Usadhan. Cf. yt13.121.
nabukudrachara
nabunaiti
nadi(n)tabaira
nanarâstay [Nanarasti]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Paeshatah. Cf. yt13.115.
naotara
(m) father of Vistauru
naptya
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
nemô-vanghav [Nemo-Vanghu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Vaedhayangha. Cf. yt13.109.
neremyazdana
(m) An ashavan, son of Athwyoza. Cf. yt13.110.
nîjara
nivika
ôighmatastura
paêsanghanû
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
paêshatah [Paeshata]
(1) (m) Father of Usmanara. Cf. yt13.97. (2) (m) Father of Nanarasti and Zarazdati. Cf. yt13.115. (3) (m) Paeshatah Paitisrira: Father of Usmanara. Cf. yt13.120
pairishtura
paiti-drâdha [Paiti-dratha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
paiti-srîra
paiti-vangha
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
paityarshavant
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
parâta
parô-dasma
(m) An ashavan, son of Dashtaghni, and ‘a Muzha man of the Muzha land’. Cf. yt13.125.
parshat-gav [Parshat-gaush]
(m) An ashavan, son of Frata. Cf. yt13.96. (2) An ashavan ‘of the Apakhshira country’. Cf. yt13.127.
parshinta [Parshanta]
An ashavan, son of Gandarewa. Cf. yt13.123.
pâurva
payanghar
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
pâzinah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
pereididhaya [Fradhidaya]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.97.
perethvafsman [Perethu-afzem]
Father of Varesmo-raochah. Cf. yt13.126.
perethvarshtay [Perethu-arshti]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
peshana
peshô-tanû [Pesho-tanu, Pers. Peshotan]
(m) early hero of Zoroastrianism, son of Kavi Vishtaspa.
pishi-shyaothna [Pishishyaothana]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.103.
pisinah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.132.
pitaona
pouru-bangha
(m) An ashavan, son of Zaosha. Cf. yt13.124.
pouruchista
(f) The third and youngest daughter of Zarathushtra, given in marriage to Jamaspa. Cf. y53.3, yt13.139.
pourudhâxshtay [Pouru-dhakhshti]
An ashavan, son of Khshtavaenya, and father of Ayo-asti, Vohv-asti, Gaya-dhasti, Asha-vazdah, and Urudhu. Cf. yt13.111-112. Husband of Asabana.
Pouru-jira
Father of Aoshnara. Cf. yt13.131.
pourushaspa [Paourushaspa, Phl. Pourushasp]
(m) father of Zarathushtra.
pourushtay [Pourushti]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Kavi. Cf. yt13.114.
pudha
raochas-chaêshman [Raochas-chaeshman]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121. (2) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
râshtare-vaghentî [Rastare-vaghant]
(m) Father of Avarethrabah. Cf. yt13.106.
ravant
Father of Stipi. Cf. yt13.123.
sånghangha [Saunghangha]
(m) Father of Baungha. Cf. yt13.124.
sadhanah
(m) Father of Ushtra. Cf. yt13.115.
saêna
(2) (m) An illustrious teacher; first to have 100 pupils. Cf. yt13.97.
saêna (3)
sâimuzhî [Simaezhi]
(m) father of Mathravaka. Cf. yt13.105.
sâma [Sama]
(m) father of the hero Keresaspa. Cf. Yt13.61.
sanghavak
saoshyant [Phl. Soshyant, Soshyos]
(m) the future World Savior
savah
sâyuzhdrî [Sayuzhdri]
Father of Asha-vazda and Thrita. Cf. yt13.113.
skârayat-radha [Skarayat-ratha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.108.
sku(n)ka
snaoya
(m) Father of Vohvasti. Cf. yt13.96.
snâvidhka
spengha
Father of Avahya. Cf. yt13.123.
spentô-xratav [Spento-khratu]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.115.
spentôdhâta [Spento-data]
A gallant ashavan. Cf. yt13.103.
spinjaurushka
spitâma
spitay [Spiti]
(m) An ashavan, son of Uspasnu. Cf. yt13.121.
spityura
spô-pad
srîraoxshan [Sriraokhshan]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
srîrâvanghav [Srira-vanghu]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
srûtat-fedhrî
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
srutô-spâdha [Sruta-spadha]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.115.
staotar vahishtahe ashahe
An ashavan, husband of Uxshenti. Cf. yt13.111, yt13.140.
stipay [Stipi]
An ashavan, son of Ravant. Cf. yt13.123.
stivant
(m) Father of Fradat-vanghu. Cf. yt13.121.
sûrô-yazata [Suro-yazata]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.118.
syâvarshan [Siyavarshan, Pers. Siyavush]
(m) A king of ancient Iran, father of Kavi Haosravah. Cf. yt13.132.
syâvaspî [Syavaspi]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.114.
tãdhryavant
tãthryâvant
taurvaêtay [Taurvati]
(m) Father of Frachya. Cf. yt13.115.
taxma
(m) Father of Daevo-tbis. Cf. yt13.98.
taxmaspâda
thraêtaona [Thraetaona, Pers. Faridoon]
(m) ‘of the Athwya house.’ Name of a heroic king of ancient Iran who flourished centuries before Zarathushtra. Cf. yt13.131.
thrimithwant
(m) An ashavan, son of Spitama. Cf. yt13.98.
thrit
(m) An ashavan, the son of Aevo-saredha-fyaeshta, ‘a Tanya man of the Tanya land.’ Cf. yt13.125.
thrita
(m) An ashavan, son of Sayuzhdri. Cf. yt13.113.
thritî [Thriti]
(f) The second daughter of Zarathushtra. Cf. yt13.139, Bd32.5
thuxra
tîrô-nakathwa [Tiro-nakathwa]
(m) An ashavan ‘of the Uspaeshta-Saena house’. Cf. yt13.126.
tizhyarshtay [Tizyarshti]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
Tumaspa
(m) Father of Uzava. Cf. yt13.131.
tûra [Tura]
Father of Frarazi. Cf. yt13.123.
tusa
tûshnâmatay [Tushnamaiti]
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.139.
upadasma
urudhav [Urudhu]
(m) An ashavan, son of Pouru-dhakhshti. Cf. yt13.112.
urûdhayant
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
urupay
urvatat-nara
(m) son of Zarathushtra. Cf. yt13.98. (2) Urvatat-nara ‘the younger’: an ashavan. Cf. yt13.127.
urvâxshaya
usadhan
(m) An ashavan, son of Mazdayasna. Cf. yt13.121. (2) An ashavan king. Cf. yt13.132.
usan [Kavi Usan, Phl. Kay Kaus]
(m) a Kayanian king
ushtavaitî
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.139.
ushtâzanta [Ushtazanta]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.116.
ushtra
(m) An ashavan, son of Sadhanah. Cf. yt13.115.
usinemah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.113; husband of Frena. Cf. yt13.140.
usmânar [Usmanara]
(m) An ashavan, son of Paeshata. Cf. yt13.97. (2) (m) An ashavan, son of Paeshatah Paitisrira. Cf. yt13.120
usnâka
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
uspãsnav [Uspasnu]
(m) Father of Spiti and Erezraspa. Cf. yt13.121.
uspaêshata
utayutay [Utayuti Vit-kavi
An ashavan, son of Zighri, ‘of the Saena house’. Cf. yt13.126.
uxshan
An ashavan, son of the great Vidi-sravah, known afar. Cf. yt13.119.
uxshentî
(f) An ashavan, wife of Staotar-Vahishtahe-Ashyehe. Cf. yt13.140.
uxshyat-ereta [Phl. Ushedar]
(m) The first of the three saviors, sons of Zarathushtra, who will be conceived miraculously from seed preserved in lake Kasaoya.. Cf. yt13.128.
uxshyat-nemah [Phl. Ushedarmah]
(m) The second of the three saviors, sons of Zarathushtra, who will be conceived miraculously from seed preserved in lake Kasaoya.. Cf. yt13.128.
uzava
An ashavan, son of Tumaspa. Cf. yt13.131.
uzya
An ashavan, son of Vanghu-dhata. Cf. yt13.119.
vadhaghan
vadhut
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.141.
vaêdhangha [Vaedhayangha]
(m) Father of Nemo-vanghu. Cf. yt13.109.
vaêsadha [Visadha]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.110.
vaêzhyarshtay [Vizhyarshti]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
vâgerezan [Vagereza]
(m) Father of Varshni. Cf. yt13.115.
vahauka
vahmaedhâta [Vahmae-data]
(m) An ashavan, son of Mathravaka. Cf. yt13.115.
vahumisa
vahyazdâta
vanâra [Vanara]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
vandaremainish
vanghav
vanghu-fedhrî
(f) An ashavan, ‘holy maid’. Cf. yt13.142.
vanghudhâta [Vanghu-dhata]
An ashavan, son of Hvadhata and father of Uzya. Cf. yt13.119.
vara
varâza [Varaza]
(m) Father of Isvat. Cf. yt13.96, yt13.101.
varakasa
(m) Father of Vohu-raochah. Cf. yt13.113.
vareshava
varesmapâ(y) [Varesmapa]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Janara. Cf. yt13.115.
varesmô-raochah [Varesmo-raochah]
(m) An ashavan, son of Franya. Cf. yt13.97. (2) An ashavan, son of Perethu-afzem. Cf. yt13.126.
vâridhkanâ
varshna [Vareshna]
(m) An ashavan, son Hanghaurvaungh. Cf. yt13.104.
varshnay [Varshni]
(m) An ashavan, son of Vagereza. Cf. yt13.115.
vayaspâra
vazhâspa [Vazhaspa]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.102.
vi(n)da(h)farnah
vidarna
vîdat-gav [Vidat-gau]
An ashavan ‘of this country’. Cf. yt13.127.
vîdhat-xvarenah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
vîdhisravah [Vidi-sravah]
‘The great Vidi-sravah, known afar’, father of Ukhshan. Cf. yt13.119.
vîrâspa [Viraspa]
(m) An ashavan, son of Karesna. Cf. yt13.108.
vîrâz
vishtâspa, vîshtâspa [Vishtaspa, Pahl. Vishtasp, Pers. Gushtasp]
king, patron of the prophet Zarathushtra
vîspa-taurushtî
vîspa-thaurvô-ashtay [Vispa-taurvashi]
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.139.
vîsrûta
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121.
vîsrûtar [Visrutara]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.121.
vîstarav [Vistauru]
(m) An ashavan, son of Naotara. Cf. yt13.102.
vit-kavay
vivahvant
(m) Father of Yima Khshaeta (Jamshed). Cf. yt13.130.
vivâna
vivâreshva [Vivare-shvant]
An ashavan, son of Ainyu. Cf. yt13.122.
vohu-dâta [Vohu-data]
(m) An ashavan, son of Kata. Cf. yt13.124.
vohu-nemah
(1) (m) An ashavan, son of Avaraoshtri. Cf. yt13.104. (2) (m) An ashavan, son of Katu. Cf. yt13.114. (3) (m) Father of Gaevani. Cf. yt13.115.
vohu-peresa
(m) An ashavan, son of Ainyu. Cf. yt13.124.
vohuraochah [Vohu-raochah]
(1) (m) An ashavan, son of Franya. Cf. yt13.97. (2) (m) An ashavan, son of Varakasa. Cf. yt13.113.
vohushtra
An ashavan, son of Akhnangha. Cf. yt13.122.
vohvastay [Vohvasti, Vohv-asti]
(1) (m) An ashavan, son of Snaoya. Cf. yt13.96. (2) (m) An ashavan, son of Pouru-dhakhshti. Cf. yt13.112.
vohvazdah [Vohu-vazda]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Katu. Cf. yt13.114.
vouru-nemah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
vouru-savah
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.128.
vyarshavant
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.109.
vyâtana
Father of Yaetush-gau. Cf. yt13.123.
xnãthaitî
xshathrita
xshathrô-chinah [Khshathro-chinah]
(m) An ashavan, son of Khshvoiwraspa. Cf. yt13.112.
xshayârshan
xshtavay [Khshtavaenya]
(m) Father of Khshoi-wraspa. Cf. yt13.111.
xshviwrâspa [Khshoi-wraspa]
An ashavan, the son of Khshtavaenya, and father of Khshathro-chinah. Cf. yt13.111-112.
xumbya
xvâdaêna
xvadhâta [Hvadhata]
Father of Vanghu-dhata. Cf. yt13.119.
xvanvant
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
xvâxshathra
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.117.
yaêtush-gav [Yaetush-gau]
An ashavan, son of Vyatana. Cf. yt13.123.
yima [Yima Khshaeta, Pers. Jamshed]
(m) a famous king of ancient Iran, son of Vivanghant. Cf. yt13.130; Vd2.
yoishta
An ashavan, ‘of the house of Fryana’, challenged by the sorcerer Axtya with 99 questions. Cf. yt13.120, yt5.82. See also Yavisht-i Fryana
yuxtâspa [Yukhtaspa]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.114.
yuxtavaray [Yukhta-vairi]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
zainigav
zairi-varay [Zairi-vairi]
An ashavan. Cf. yt13.101.
zairichî [Zairichi]
(f) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.139.
zairita
(m) Father of Daungha. Cf. yt13.98.
zairyank [Zairyach]
(m) Father of Asha-saredha. Cf. yt13.114.
zaosha
(m) Father of Pouru-bangha. Cf. yt13.124.
zarathushtra [Zarathushtra, Phl. Zarthosht, Greek Zoroaster]
(m) the prophet, founder of Zoroastrianism
zavan
(m) Father of Gaomant. Cf. yt13.125.
zbaurvant
(m) An ashavan, father of Karesna. Cf. yt13.106.
zighray
Father of Utayuti Vit-kavi. Cf. yt13.126.
zrayangha [Zrayah]
(m) An ashavan. Cf. yt13.115.
zrazdâtay [Zarazdati]
(m) An ashavan, the son of Paeshatah. Cf. yt13.115.

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