- n. Zoroastrianism A collection of texts within the greater compendium of the Avesta. By content, an enumeration of various manifestations of evil spirits, and ways to confound them.
- From Avestan 𐬬𐬍𐬛𐬀𐬉𐬬𐬋𐬛𐬁𐬙𐬀 (Vī-Daēvō-Dāta, "Given Against the Demons"). (Wiktionary)
“Mazdean system may be seen from the title of the Vendidad, which is the largest and most complete part of the Avesta, so much so that when the sacred book is written or printed without the commentaries it is generally known as Vendidad Sade which means something that is”
“The part of the Avesta called the Vendidad, consisting of a collection of spells and incantations, means _vi-daevo-data_ or given against the Devas or demons.”
“The three divisions are often found combined into a sort of prayer-book, called Vendidad-Sadah (Vendidad Pure); i.e.,”
“The Vendidad is a nocturnal version of the Yasna with additional material added from the Zend-Avesta book of the same name.”
“The existing Avesta is more like a prayer book than a Bible, for it is as a liturgical work that it took on its present form, and as such that it is now generally used, though the part called "Vendidad" includes a large number of laws for religious ceremonies and the like.”
“Because The Iranian can be said to reach to beforethelast ice-age, if we are tobelieve what is written in the Vendidad.”
“The resurrection of the dead, not taught by Zarathustra or in the Vendidad, takes place.”
“First in the Vendidad, written after Zarathustra, does”
“Sosiosh (Saoshyas), the deliverer already foretold in the Vendidad, appears.”
“(F.C. C.)  James Darmesteter, in "Introd. to the Vendidad," in the _Sacred Books of the East_.”
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