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Definition of Mirza

Mirza
Mirza Mir"za, n. [Per. m[=i]rz[=a], abbrev. fr. m[=i]rz[=a]deh son of the prince; m[=i]r prince (Ar. am[=i]r, em[=i]r) + z[=a]deh son.] The common title of honor in Persia, prefixed to the surname of an individual. When appended to the surname, it signifies Prince.

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