Iranic


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I`ran´ic


a.1.Iranian.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He was probably a Kho and perhaps belonged to an ancient indigenous dynasty which was supplanted by the dynasty of Bahman and later Sumalek, who bear Iranic names as opposed to the Indic Jivarmana.
A background check, however, reveals that Kurds are ethnically Iranic. They are branch of Iranian peoples just like ethnic Persians.
(18) Among the speakers at the event was Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson (1862-1937), whom the publication identifies as "Professor Emeritus in Residence of Indo-Iranian Languages, Trustee of the American School (sic) of Oriental Research, Honorary President of the American Institute of Persian Art and Archaeology, Director of the American Oriental Society, and author and translator of various works relating to Iranic literature." (19)