饜饜饜饜瓲饜 饜饜饜饜瓲

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Etymology[edit]

From 饜饜饜饜瓲 (拧膩h [MLKA]) and its oblique plural 饜饜饜饜瓲饜 (拧膩h膩n [MLKAn]) or inherited in whole from Old Persian 饜弸 饜彁 饜弸饜帬饜幋饜帬饜幎 (x拧膩ya胃iya x拧膩ya胃iy膩n膩m, king of kings), from 饜弸 (x拧膩ya胃iya, king) + 饜弸饜帬饜幋饜帬饜幎 (x拧膩ya胃iy膩n膩m), genitive plural of 饜弸 (x拧膩ya胃iya, king).

Transliterated into Latin as saansaan by Ammianus Marcellinus and borrowed into Old Armenian as 辗铡瞻铡斩辗铡瞻 (拧ahan拧ah). Translated into Ancient Greek as 尾伪蟽喂位蔚蠉蟼 蟿峥段 尾伪蟽喂位苇蠅谓 (basile煤s t么n basil茅艒n), Latin as rex regibus, Old Armenian as 诈铡眨铡謧崭謤铡謥 诈铡眨铡謧崭謤 (t士agaworac士 t士agawor), 铡謤謩铡盏斋謥 铡謤謩铡盏 (ark士ayic士 ark士ay), Hebrew 诪诇讱 讛诪诇讻讬诐 (Melech ha-M'lachim).

The formula originates in Ancient Near East; compare Akkadian [script needed] (拧ar 拧arr膩ni, king of kings), the title of Tukulti-Ninurta I of Assyria (13th century BC).

Noun[edit]

饜饜饜饜瓲饜 饜饜饜饜瓲 (拧膩h膩n 拧膩h [MLKAn MLKA])

  1. king of kings, shahanshah

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