Purasati

noun Pu·ra·sa·ti \ˌp(y)u̇rəˈsätē\
variants: or

Pulesati

\ˌp(y)ülə-\

Definition of Purasati

plural

Purasati

or

Pulesati

  1. :  a Mediterranean people wearing a distinctive armor and feather crest believed to have been refugees from Crete migrating to ancient Palestine and there becoming the Philistines

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Origin and Etymology of purasati

Egyptian prst


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