shah

[n] - title for the former hereditary monarch of Iran
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shah

(More formally, shahanshah`king of kings`) traditional title of ancient Persian rulers, and also of those of the recent Pahlavi dynasty in Iran. ...
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Shah

Shah of Iran noun title for the former hereditary monarch of Iran
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Shah

• (n.) The title of the supreme ruler in certain Eastern countries, especially Persia.
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shah

(More formally, shahanshah `king of kings`) traditional title of ancient Persian rulers, and also of those of the recent Pahlavi dynasty in Iran
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Shah

[money] Photo taken by Reid Sullivan. Foreground: Circular NMR Building of Stephenson Center (SC) Building behind white tree on right: SC building #5, housing engineering, physics, geology. Tall red building in center, SC building #4, housing chemistry and largest lecture hall on campus. Behind circular building (not pictured well): SC buil...
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Shah

Šâh (ɑː; شاه, ʃɒːh, `king`) is a title given to the emperors/kings and lords of Iran a.k.a. Persia. In Iran (Persia and Greater Persia) the title was continuously used; rather than King in the European sense, each Persian ruler regarded himself as the Šâhanšâh (King of Kings) or Emperor of the Persian Empire. In Pakistan and India,.....
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Shah

[caste] The Shah are a Hindu caste found in the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh in India. . The Shah are a small but important community of the Kumaon region. Each section of the Shah community has its own origin myth. For example, the Gangola Shah are said to have immigrated from Badaun in western Uttar Pradesh, while Thulgharia Sh...
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