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zendavestaPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "zendavesta":
- The name of Dimivan is remarkable, being identic with the Demavends or antidiluvians of Persia, called Dawand in the Zendavesta, the Demoi or old people of the Pelasgians, the Demons of many nations. - "The American Nations, Vol. I.", C. S. Rafinesque.
- The Old Testament, though having in it many harsh and hard features, belonging to the Jewish mind, has strains which rise into a higher region than anything in the Vedas or the Zendavesta. - "Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors", James Freeman Clarke.
- Further, there came into my hands, during the time of my imprisonment, a bad translation of an abridgment of the Zendavesta. - "Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel", Friedrich Froebel.