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Synonyms for Ormuzd

chief deity of Zoroastrianism

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paydag az-iz an i anosag-ruwan Weh-sabuhr i mowbean mowbed ud aniz Ohrmazd mowbedan guft castag be an i-san pad ewarih padirift az gowign i abarig dastwaran pad wabartar dastan ud kardag i aniy ewenag-gowisnan ne wardenidan dadig sahist "it is manifest also from the teaching of the blessed Weh-sabuhr, chief mowbed, and the other Ohrmazd mowbeds; but it did not seem lawful to change what they had accepted as truth from the sayings of the other dastwars and regard it as more truthful, or from the practice of those who said something else" (1.
Many Middle Persian words recorded in Book Pahlavi require contextual disambiguation, and sometimes their correct readings were not known even to their copyists (thus Indian Zoroastrians used to read the name of Ohrmazd as Anhuma in Middle Persian)
2 Ohrmazd organizes and governs the creatures by two powers: [e.
Second, insofar as Cesmag is the demonic force that manifests itself in violent disruptions of the natural order, we remember that Ahreman's original attack on the earth took the form of an earthquake that disfigured the previously level, tranquil, perfect plain created by Ohrmazd.
In one document (written in regular literary Pahlavi ductus, differently from the other documents), a King Ohrmazd is mentioned, presumably Ohrmazd V (631-632).
ce ciyon andaron asman amad eg menog i asman artestar homanag i *arwand ke ayoxsusten zreh paymoxt dared i xwad ayoxsusten asman he pad borz wang ud staft *xrosisn guft o ahreman ku nun ka andar amad he a-t abaz ne hilem be winnard ta ka ohrmazd peramon asman any drubustih-e i saxttar be winnarid .
1) Generally, it implies that creation takes place by divine fiat, for which no prior material or spiritual being is necessary, save only Ohrmazd himself.
The spiritual beings and their influences are terms hannam i dadar ohrmazd, translated by Shaked as "The limbs of the Creator Ohrmazd.
Thus Kirder, according to his inscription, was successively ehrbed, mowbed, and mowbed of Ohrmazd.
5) The conclusion of the inscription: "And may her place (gah) be with Ohrmazd and the Amahraspands in the luminous(?