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For other uses of "Azar", see Azar (disambiguation).
Azar is the third month of autumn, and is followed by Dey. It comes from the Ancient Zoroastrian word for fire.
- Adar, Hebrew month
- Azar or Āḏār, Arabic month name for March on the Gregorian calendar. Refer to Arabic names of calendar months
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