Personal Names in Monumental Inscriptions From Persia and Transoxiana
Introduction - Isms - Full Data
The following tables collect given names or isms found in The Monumental Inscriptions from Early Islamic Iran and Transoxiana. I have included only names used as given names in my data, not isms which appear as components of kunyas or patronymics. A full name may be constructed from these tables by choosing a given name followed by ibn 'son of' or bint 'daughter of' and a father's given name. More detailed information about notation and transliteration of the names, as well as name structure, may be found in the Introduction.
Name Notes Chihrâzâdh Nâz
Name Notes al-`Abbâs `Abdallâh Ah.mad `Alî Arslân Tikîn a Turkish name As`ad Asfâr Badr Bakhtyâr Fannâkhusraw Fîrûzân H.âmid may also be read as H.amd H.amd may also be read as H.âmid H.amza al-H.asan Hazârasb H.urmuzdyâr Persian name derived from the name of the god Ahuramazda H.usayn al-H.usayn Ibrâhîm Ish.aq Khâzim al-Khusraw Malik Shâh Literally, 'king' in Arabic and Persian; a Saljuq sultan Ma'mûn Manûchihr Mârasfand a Zoroastrian priest al-Marzûbân Masûd Muh.ammad Mûsâ Nas.r Qâbûs S.afar Salm Shahryâr Shâvur Taqjar `Uthman Yah.yâ
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