Avestan, Male, Persian mythology, S names, Virtues/Attributes

Siroush

Siroush seems to be a variant transcription of Soroush, a Persian male name which seems to be the Persian form of an Avestan name, Sraosha. I’ve seen many possible meanings listed behind the name such as “obedience”, “observance” or “messenger”. In Zoroastrianism, Sraosha is the name of a yazata (genereally used to refer to a divinity or something or someone worthy of worship), later being equated with the angel Gabriel

Origin: Ancient Avestan

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Variants:

  • Soroush (Persian)
  • Sarosh (Middle Persian)
  • Sraosha (Ancient Avestan)

 

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