Rudaba

Rudaba is the name of a figure in Persian mythology, featured in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh. She is the wife of Zal, a legendary warrior and king, and mother of their son Rostam, who also becomes a legendary warrior himself. The name is made up of Persian elements rud رود (river torrent) and ab آب (water), essentially meaning “she of the river” of “she of the water”.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Variants:

  • Rudabah (Persian)
  • Rudabeh (Persian)
  • Roodabeh (Persian)

 

Rudaba- رودابه (Persian)

 

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