Parviz

پرویز

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Parviz Definition

Iranian male first name. (Wikipedia) - Parvīz   (Redirected from Parviz) For the village in Iran, see Parviz, Iran. Parviz Pronunciation Gender Origin Word/name Meaning
par-veez
Male
Persian
fortunate, victorious
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Parvēz or Parvīz (Persian: پرویز‎, meaning "fortunate, victorious"; Middle Persian: plwyc Parvēz, also ʾplwyc Abarvēz/Aparvēz), is a Persian male given name, mostly popular in Iran, Central Asia, South Asia and among Azeris. It is also a common surname.

Note: Parvēz, Parveez, Parvīz, Parwez, Parwiz, Pervaiz, Pervez, Perviz or Purvez are usually the same name but with different spellings. Furthermore, pronunciation between the two are equal.

Contents
  • 1 Given name
  • 2 Middle name
  • 3 Surname
  • 4 Other
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 External links

Given name

Notable people who have this given name include:

  • Parviz (Khosrow II), the twenty-second Sassanid King of Persia also known as Khosrow Parviz or Khosrow "The Victorious One" or "The Undefeatable" (reigning from 590 to 628 CE).
  • Parvaiz Mehdi Qureshi, the former Chief of Air Staff of Pakistan Air Force
  • Parvez Ahmed, cricketer from Bangladesh
  • Parvez Butt (born 1942), Pakistani nuclear engineer and former chairman of Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission 2001–2006 (PAEC)
  • Parvez Imroz, human rights lawyer and a civil rights activist in Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir
  • Parvez Qadir, British actor
  • Parvez Sharma, Indian film director
  • Parviz Abnar, sound recordist
  • Parviz Fannizadeh, Iranian actor
  • Parviz Ghelichkhani, footballer
  • Parviz Mazloumi, football manager
  • Parviz Meshkatian, Iranian Musician
  • Parviz Moin, physicist
  • Parviz Natel-Khanlari, professor
  • Parviz Parastui, Iranian actor
  • Parviz Sayyad, Iranian actor
  • Parviz Sobirov, Tajikistani jodoka
  • Pervez Hoodbhoy, Pakistani professor of nuclear physics
  • Pervez Kambaksh, journalist
  • Pervez Jamil Mir, Pakistani TV anchorperson
  • Pervez Musharraf (born 1943), former President & COAS of Pakistan
  • Pervez Sajjad, former Pakistani cricketer
  • Pervez Taufiq (born 1974), songwriter and lead singer for band Living Syndication
  • Parvèz A.C. Dookhy, Lawyer and Politician
Middle name
  • Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, NI(M), HI, (born 1952), Pakistani general and the Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army
  • Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, former candidate for Prime Minister of Pakistan and former Chief Minister of Punjab, Pakistan
  • Imran Pervez Awan, Pakistani born American cricketer
  • Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Pakistan Peoples Party politician, and current Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Raja Nadir Pervez Khan, Pakistani politician
  • Shahid Parvez Khan (born 1955), Sitar player of Hindustani Classical Music
Surname
  • Ahmed Pervez, successful Pakistani painter of modernism
  • Ansar Pervaiz, Pakistani nuclear scientist, nuclear reactor technologist and a nuclear engineer who is the current chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)
  • Anwar Pervez, OBE, Hilal-i-Pakistan, is a businessman in the United Kingdom
  • Aqsa Parvez (1991–2007), the victim of an alleged honour killing in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • Arshad Pervez, former Pakistani cricketer
  • Ghulam Ahmed Pervez, Islamic scholar
  • Imran Parvez (born 1977), cricketer from Bangladesh
  • Raju Parvez, cricketer from Bangladesh
  • Saleem Pervez, former Pakistani cricketer
  • Tariq Pervez, Pakistani policeman, was the director-general of Pakistan''s Federal Investigation Agency
  • Yunus Parvez (1931–2007), Bollywood character actor
  • Zeeshan Parwez, Pakistani Music Artist
Other
  • Parviz Khan border point
Notes
  • ^ In the early new Persian and the eastern contemporary variants of the Persian language, there are two different vowels ī and ē which are shown by the same Perso-Arabic letter ی, and in the standard transliteration, both of them are usually transliterated as ī.
  • External links
    • Behind the Name: Iranian Names
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