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- n. The religion and customs of the Parsis.
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- proper n. Same as parseeism.
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- n. the faith of a Zoroastrian sect in India
Catechism, giving, in the form of questions and answers, the most important tenets of Parsiism.
During all this time, while French and German scholars, such as Burnouf, Bopp, and Spiegel, were hard at work in deciphering the curious remains of the Magian religion, hardly anything was contributed by English students living in the very heart of Parsiism at Bombay and Poona.