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Sassanid

noun Sas·sa·nid \sə-ˈsä-nəd, -ˈsa-; ˈsa-sə-nəd\

Definition of SASSANID

:  a member of a dynasty of Persian kings of the third to seventh centuries
Sassanid or Sasanid adjective

Variants of SASSANID

Sas·sa·nid or Sa·sa·nid \sə-ˈsä-nəd, -ˈsa-; ˈsa-sə-nəd\

Origin of SASSANID

New Latin Sassanidae Sassanids, from Sassan, founder of the dynasty
First Known Use: 1776

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