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Question 1: Usually shortened to shāh it is the term for an Iranian ________ and was used by most of the former rulers of the Iranian empires, many nationalities of Iranian origin, or under cultural influence.
United KingdomMonarchySpainMonarch

Question 2:

Question 3: The corruption Shahajada 'Shah's son', taken from the Mughal title Shahzada, is the usual princely title borne by the grandsons and male descendants of a Nepalese sovereign (a Hindu ________; but cfr.
MaharajaIndiaMalaysiaPrincely state

Question 4: The full title of the Achaemenid rulers was xšāyaθiya xšāyaθiyānām, "King of Kings", corresponding to Middle Persian šāhān šāh, literally "kings' king", and ________ shāhanshāh (شاهنشاه).
Tajik languagePashto languagePersian languageKurdish language

Question 5:
Shah, Pharaoh and Tsar are all:
Titles in Pakistan Noble titles Titles in Iran Titles of national or ethnic leadership

Question 6:
Shah, Pharaoh and Tsar are all:
Royal titles Noble titles Titles in Iran Titles in Pakistan

Question 7:
Shah, Sultan and Emir are all:
Noble titles Titles in Iran Titles in Pakistan Persian loanwords

Question 8: Furthermore the title was also used for princes of the blood of a ruler who used an alternative royal style, e.g., the ________ (Arabic for king, so equivalent) of Afghanistan.
EgyptSaudi ArabiaPakistanMalik

Question 9:
Shah, Pharaoh and Shogun are all:
Titles in Iran Persian loanwords Titles of national or ethnic leadership Titles in Pakistan

Question 10: The title is roughly equivalent in rank to the western ________ and is hence often translated as such in English or its equivalent in other languages.
MonarchPrinceEmperorByzantine Empire







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