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Meaning of ghiya from wikipedia

- qaracheh qia (persian: قراچه قيا‎‎, also romanized as qarācheh qīā, gharacheh ghiya, qarah jāqiah, qara jāghīa, qarājeh qeyā, and qarājeh qīā; also known as
- also romanized as qarājeh qayā and qarejeh qayā; also known as gharājeh ghiya, qarājeh qayah, qarājeh qayeh, qarehjeh qīā, and qarajenkiah) is a village
- gowjeh qīā, gowjeh qīyā, gaujeh qiya, and gowjeh qayā; also known as gogjeh ghiya, gowgjaqayā, gowgjeh qayeh, gowgjeh qīeh, gowjeh qayeh, and goyudzha-kaya)
- romanized as gūgjeh qeyā and gowgjeh qīā; also known as gholūcheh qīā, gogjeh ghiya, gowgcheh qayeh, gowgjeh qayeh, gucha-kiya, gūjeh qayeh, guoha qiya, and
- cir****stances in 1325. he was succeeded by muhammad bin tughluq ghiya-su-din thugluq was a 'man of humble origin', the son of a qaraunah turk
- ghiyas may refer to: ghiyas, iran, a village in west azerbaijan province, iran ghiyas ud din balban (1200-1286), ruler of the delhi sultanate mirza ghiyas
- mirza ghiyas beg (persian: مرزا غياث بيگ‎‎) was an important persian official in the mughal empire, whose children served as wives, mothers, and generals
- kaykhusraw bin qilij arslān, or kaykhusraw iii (died 1284), seljuk sultan of rum ghiyas ud din balban, (1200–1287), turkic ruler of the delhi sultanate ghiyath