Cyrus

کورش


See Also: Cyrus I


Cyrus Definition

King of Persia; Persian prince; male first name; family name; village in Minnesota/USCyrus II known as Cyrus the Great ( 585-529 BC) founder of the Achaemenian Empire: As the grandson of Cyrus I came to power by overthrowing his maternal grandfather, the king of the Medes. The empire he developed was thenceforth centered on Persia and included Media, Ionia, Lydia, Mesopotamia, Syria, and Palestine. Cyrus conquered mostly by diplomacy. The subject of a rich legend in Persia and Greece, Cyrus was called the father of his people. He appears in the Bible as the liberator of the Jews held captive in Babylon. He died battling nomads in Central Asia. His legacy is the founding not only of an empire but of a culture and civilization that continued to expand after his death and lasted for two centuries. He exerted a strong influence on the Greeks. Awarded heroic qualities in legend, he has long been revered by Iranians almost as a religious figure. (Wikipedia) - Cyrus

Cyrus is an English transliteration of the Persian name Kourosh. For the etymology, see Cyrus (name).

Contents
  • 1 Persian monarchy
  • 2 Other persons named Cyrus
    • 2.1 Given name
    • 2.2 Surname
    • 2.3 Fictional characters
  • 3 Other
  • 4 See also

Persian monarchy
  • Cyrus I (ca. 650 BC), King of Anshan
  • Cyrus the Great (ca. 600 BC or 576 BC–530 BC) – also known as Cyrus II – the grandson of Cyrus I, an Achaemenid ruler and the founder of the Great Persian Empire
(See also: Cyrus Cylinder, Cyrus in the Judeo-Christian tradition and Cyrus the Great in the Quran) Other persons named Cyrus Given name
  • Cyrus (architect), 1st century Greek architect who worked in Rome
  • Saint Cyrus (see Cyrus and John), 4th century Coptic saint
  • Cyrus of Alexandria, Melkite Patriarch and co-founder of Monothelism
  • Cyrus of Panopolis, 5th-century Byzantine writer and official
  • Cyrus Leroy Baldridge, American artist, illustrator, author, and adventurer
  • Cyrus Townsend Brady, American journalist, historian and adventure writer
  • Cyrus Broacha, MTV India VJ
  • Cyrus Chothia, scientist
  • Cyrus Edwin Dallin, American sculptor
  • Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, an Irish businessman and Chairman of India''s leading business conglomerate, Tata Group
  • Cyrus S. Poonawalla, Chairman of Poonawalla Group which includes Serum Institute of India
  • Cyrus S. Eaton, American banker, investor, and philanthropist
  • Cyrus West Field, American businessman who successfully laid the first transatlantic telegraph cable
  • Cyrus Frisch, Dutch film director
  • Cyrus Hamlin (general), Union general during American Civil War, son of Vice President Hannibal Hamlin
  • Cyrus B. Lower, American Medal of Honor recipient
  • Cyrus McCormick, American inventor who developed the modern mechanical reaper
  • Cyrus Mistry, an Indian author
  • Cyrus Patell, literary and cultural critic
  • Cyrus Peirce, founder of first public normal school in United States
  • Cyrus Poncha, national squash coach in India
  • Cyrus Sahukar, MTV India VJ
  • C. R. Smith (Cyrus Rowlett Smith), U.S. Secretary of Commerce under president Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Cyrus Vance, U.S. Secretary of State under President Jimmy Carter
  • Don Callis, professional wrestler who competed as "Cyrus the Virus"
  • Steven Slocum, professional wrestler who competed as "Cyrus"
Surname
  • Ron Cyrus (1935–2006), Kentucky politician, and his descendants:
    • Second generation:
      • Billy Ray Cyrus (born 1961), American musician and actor (son)
    • Third generation:
      • Trace Cyrus (born 1989), American musician; (former) lead guitarist of Metro Station (stepson and adopted son of Billy Ray)
      • Miley Cyrus (born 1992), American actress and singer (daughter of Billy Ray)
      • Annalyn Cyrus (born 1997), American actress (niece of Billy Ray)
      • Noah Cyrus (born 2000), American actress (daughter of Billy Ray)
  • Gordon Cyrus, Swedish performer and record producer
Fictional characters
  • Cyrus, a character from the TV series Trailer Park Boys
  • Cyrus (Chrono Trigger), a character in the video game Chrono Trigger
  • Cyrus, a gang leader in the 1979 film The Warriors
  • Cyrus, the cold-blooded leader of Team Galactic in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum
  • Cyrus Bortel, a character from Kim Possible
  • Cyrus Gold, the DC Comics character Solomon Grundy (comics)
  • Cyrus Lupo, a detective character from Law & Order
  • Cyrus Simpson, the brother of Abraham Simpson in The Simpsons
  • Cyrus Smith, the leading character in Jules Verne''s novel Mysterious Island
  • Cyrus Tolliver, a character from the TV series Deadwood
  • Sergeant Cyrus, a character in the videogame Dawn of War 2
  • Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom, a character in the 1997 film Con Air, played by John Malkovich
  • Cyrus, a vampaneze from The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan
Other
  • Cyrus (2010 comedy-drama film), a 2010 comedy film starring John C. Reilly
  • Cyrus (2010 thriller film), a 2010 thriller directed by Mark Vadik
  • Cyrus, Greek name of the Kura River in the South Caucasus
  • Cyrus, Minnesota, a small city in the United States
  • Cyrus, West Virginia
  • Cyrus IMAP server, a mail server meant to be run on a sealed system
  • Cyrus, another moniker of Basic Channel''s Moritz Von Oswald and Mark Ernestus
  • Cyrus (whaler), a British whaling ship captained by Richard Spratly
  • Cyrus (metal musician), guitarist for Norwegian band Dimmu Borgir
  • Cyrus (dubstep musician), English dubstep musician

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