Persia

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See also: persia and Persía

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From Latin Persia, from Ancient Greek Περσίς ‎(Persís), from Old Persian 𐎱𐎠𐎼𐎿 ‎(Pārsa).

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Persia

  1. (archaic, classical usage) Territories corresponding to either of the two Persian Empires ruled by dynasties from Persis, specially the first of the two.
  2. Former name of Iran.

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Persia

  1. Persia

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Persia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative Persia
genitive Persian
partitive Persiaa
illative Persiaan
singular plural
nominative Persia
accusative nom.? Persia
gen. Persian
genitive Persian
partitive Persiaa
inessive Persiassa
elative Persiasta
illative Persiaan
adessive Persialla
ablative Persialta
allative Persialle
essive Persiana
translative Persiaksi
instructive
abessive Persiatta
comitative

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Persia f

  1. Persia

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Persia f

  1. Persia