simurgh

Persian - A fabulous bird. This huge bird, which lived on Mount Alburz, was said to have rescued the god Zal when he was abandoned as a baby by his parents. In some accounts, it lived for 1,700 years and burned to death when its young hatched. In one account, all the birds set out to look for the mysterious simurgh but only thirty survived the long search. These remaining birds merged into one, becoming the simurgh. In the Avesta, one such bird is known as Saena Meregha (dragonpeacock). Also called simurgh, akra, akra, birds, birds, animals, phoenix, sacred birds, Samru, Samru, simurgh, Simurgh, senmerv, senmerv, samurv, senmurv, seymorg, simurgh, simarghu, simarghu, simorg, simurgh, Russian simarglu, simurg, simurg, phoenix, Poua-Kai, simurgh, sinurgh, sinurgh or simurgh.
Persian - In some accounts, a secret name for god. In some references, called simurgh, akra, akra, birds, birds, animals, phoenix, sacred birds, Samru, Samru, simurgh, Simurgh, senmerv, senmerv, samurv, senmurv, seymorg, simurgh, simarghu, simarghu, simorg, simurgh, Russian simarglu, simurg, simurg, phoenix, Poua-Kai, simurgh, sinurgh, sinurgh or simurgh.

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