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(Būzābādī for short), a variety of the local dialects of Kāšān province, spoken in the village of Abūzaydābād and its farms, and belonging to the Central or Median group of Iranian dialects.
Sufi, jurist, and traditionist, one of the first poets to write in New Persian.
C. E. Bosworth
secretary and poet of the Ghaznavid period, d. 491/1098.
6th/12th century poet at the court of Ḵāqān Faḵr-al-dīn Manūčehr Šervānšāh.
L. A. Giffen
saintly specialist in the science of Koran readings (qerāʾāt) and Tradition, born in Hamadān in 488/1090 and died in 569/1173.
early Persian poet and prosodist (the earliest known from the Šoštar area).
Tahirid court poet.
astrologer and author, born at Kūfa, 213/828; died 275/889.
author of Jāmeʿ al-maqāmāt on the life of the Naqšbandī saint, Mawlānā Ḵᵛāǰagī Kāsānī (d. 949/1542), written in 1028/1618.