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In an ancient Persian language ,it is a short word to describe a brave and rather selfless defender of Justice on a valiant Horse.

In Modern English the name translate to a person of Courage and powerful Will against the unjust of their adversary.

The word became popular among the descendants of the Medes and the Aryans, where Arshan is recorded to be the first Aryan to use this name on his son, whom became to fit the true meaning of his name by being the personal protector (Body Guard) of King Cyrus the Great.
The Chivalric code of the Persians or in the persian lingo:(Farzin-GoorouhanSepah).... These were knights appointed in the Medes Empire around 650 B.C to defend & to protect the helpless, the weak, and to restore order after the fact when the battle was over. {(An earlier version of, or perhaps the 1st establishers of the National Guards around the world)}

The word Farzin would alert the enemies of a very tough to conquer mission & fight to death battles. (In most cases in these battles enemy troops had massive losses in very large numbers against Farzin-GoorouhanSepah of the Medes Empire.)
by The History Buff August 17, 2009
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Manuchehr or Manouchehr (Persian: منوچهر, Manūchehr, Old Persian: Manōčihr, Avestan: Manuščiθra) is a Persian male given name meaning heaven's face. It consists of two parts Manu (Manou) which means heaven in old Persian language and Chehr which means face.

The English translation: Heavenly Face

Gender: Male

Origin: Persian
My new born son has an spiritual aura he should be named Manouchehr.
by The History Buff August 18, 2009
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