Ormazd, Ormuzd, Ahura Mazda(noun)
chief deity of Zoroastrianism; source of light and embodiment of good
The good principle, or being, of the ancient Persian religion; same as Ormazd. See also Ahriman.
Origin: [Zend Ahuramazda.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
or′muzd, n. the name of the chief god of the ancient Persians: the creator and lord of the whole universe: (later) the good principle, as opposed to Ahriman, the bad. [A corr. of Pers. Ahura-Mazdâh=the Living God or Lord (ahu='the living,' 'life,' or 'spirit,' root ah='to be'), the Great Creator (maz+dâ=Sans. mahâ+dhâ), or the Wise One.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the good deity of the Zoroastrian religion, the embodiment of the principle of good as Ahriman is of the principle of evil, the creator of light and order as the other of darkness and disorder. See Dualism.
The numerical value of ormuzd in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ormuzd in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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