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آریایی (Aryan گو /ˈɛərɪən/ تلفظا به انگلیسی زبانی تا) یک نژادپرستین ایدیالوژی اینت که به ایرانئ مردمان گوشته‌ئه بیت[1][2][3][4][5] و گوشته‌ئه بیت که ای کلمه شه سانسکریت زبانئ ārya به مانای نجیبئا جور بوته.[6][7][8] پد شه ایشی که ای فاشیستین و نژادی پرستین کلمه آریایی شه آلمان نازی نیمه‌گا بدنام بوت و ناکام بوت انون آیرا عموماً گو هندو-ایرانی و هندو-اروپایی ئان جاگزین کورته انت.[7] اما ای نژادپرستانه‌این مفهوم به ۱۹ـمین قرنئ آخیران و ۲۰ـمین قرنئ اول‌ئان پر رنگتیر بوت و نهایتان به نژاد برتر ایدئولوژی به آلمان نازی تا مزن بوت. نازی یا هما آریای معتقد آتنت که ایش گروپ شه اصلین و خاصلین مردمان انت و شه هندو-اروپایی—اولین‌ئان (Proto-Indo-Europeans) انت.[9] [10]

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گیپتجاه[edit | edit source]

  1. orientali, Università degli studi di Roma "La Sapienza " Dipartimento di studi. “”. The East and the meaning of history: international conference (23-27 November 1992).. Bardi, 1994-01-01. 
  2. electricpulp.com. «IRANIAN IDENTITY ii. PRE-ISLAMIC PERIOD – Encyclopaedia Iranica». www.iranicaonline.org. پدا دیسته بوته بِه 2017-01-04. «We also know, thanks to this very same inscription, that Ahura Mazdā was considered the “god of the Iranians” in passages of the Elamite version corresponding to DB IV 60 and 62 in the Old Persian version, whose language was called “Iranian” or ariya (DB IV, 88-89). Then again, the Avesta clearly uses airya as an ethnic name (Vd. 1; Yt. 13.143-44, etc.), where it appears in expressions such as airyāfi; daiŋˊhāvō “Iranian lands, peoples,” airyō.šayanəm“land inhabited by Iranians,” and airyanəm vaējō vaŋhuyāfi; dāityayāfi; “Iranian stretch of the good Dāityā,” the river Oxus, the modern Āmū Daryā (q.v.; see ĒRĀN-WĒZ). There can be no doubt about the ethnic value of Old Iran. arya(Benveniste, 1969, I, pp. 369 f.; Szemerényi; Kellens).» 
  3. electricpulp.com. «ĒR, ĒR MAZDĒSN – Encyclopaedia Iranica». www.iranicaonline.org. پدا دیسته بوته بِه 2017-01-04. «ĒR, ĒR MAZDĒSN (Inscr. Mid. Pers. ēr [ʾyly], plur. ērān [ʾylʾn, ʾyrʾn]), an ethnonym, like Old Persian ariya- and Avestan airya-, meaning “Aryan” or “Iranian.”» 
  4. electricpulp.com. «ARYA – Encyclopaedia Iranica». www.iranicaonline.org. پدا دیسته بوته بِه 2017-01-04. «ARYA, an ethnic epithet in the Achaemenid inscriptions and in the Zoroastrian Avestan tradition. It is used in the Avesta of members of an ethnic group and contrasts with other named groups[…]in the past, the Medes had been called Arioi. The Greek use of Areia (Latin Aria) for Old Pers. Haraiva, Balōčī Harē(v), Arm. H(a)reu, was likely to cause confusion. The same ethnic concept was held in the later centuries» 
  5. electricpulp.com. «ARYANS – Encyclopaedia Iranica». www.iranicaonline.org. پدا دیسته بوته بِه 2017-01-04. «The name “Aryan” (OInd. āˊrya-, Ir. *arya– [with short a-], in Old Pers. ariya-, Av. airiia-, etc.) is the self designation of the peoples of Ancient India and Ancient Iran who spoke Aryan languages» 
  6. Oxford English Dictionary: "Aryan from Sanskrit Arya 'Noble'"
  7. 7.0 7.1 Encyclopædia Britannica: " ...the Sanskrit term arya ("noble" or "distinguished"), the linguistic root of the word (Aryan)..." "It is now used in linguistics only in the sense of the term Indo-Aryan languages, a branch of the larger Indo-European language family" [۱] Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Encyclopædia Britannica" defined multiple times with different content
  8. Thomas R. Trautman (2004): "Aryan is from Arya a Sanskrit word"; page xxxii of Aryans And British India
  9. Widney, Joseph P. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 1907 In Two Volumes: Volume One--The Old World Volume Two--The New World ISBN B000859S6O See Chapter II—"Original Homeland of the Aryan Peoples" Pages 9–25—the term “Proto-Aryan” is used to describe the people today called Proto-Indo-Europeans
  10. http://www.tribun.com/history/1619-2013-10-18-14-39-34