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.
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Zoroaster

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

[ˌzɒrəʊˈæstəʳ] NZoroastro
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Zoroaster

nZoroaster m, → Zarathustra m
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