Zoroaster

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Zo·ro·as·ter

 (zôr′ō-ăs′tər) or Zar·a·thu·stra (zăr′ə-tho͞o′strə)
In Zoroastrian tradition, the Iranian prophet who founded Zoroastrianism. The Avesta describes his reception of a revelation from Ahura Mazda and other events in his life, traditionally dated to the 6th century bc.

Zoroaster

(ˌzɒrəʊˈæstə)
n
(Biography) ?628–?551 bc, Persian prophet; founder of Zoroastrianism. Avestan name: Zarathustra

Zo•ro•as•ter

(ˈzɔr oʊˌæs tər, ˈzoʊr-, ˌzɔr oʊˈæs tər, ˌzoʊr-)

n.
fl. 6th century B.C., Persian religious teacher. Also called Zarathustra.
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Noun1.Zoroaster - Persian prophet who founded Zoroastrianism (circa 628-551 BC)
Translations

Zoroaster

[ˌzɒrəʊˈæstəʳ] NZoroastro

Zoroaster

nZoroaster m, → Zarathustra m
References in periodicals archive ?
Amuzegar: 1991, Ostureh Zendegi Zardosht (Myth of Zoroaster), Tehran.
Zoroaster, also known as Zardosht, who was the architect of this cosmology, introduced many feasts, festivals and rituals to pay homage to the seven creations and the holy immortals.