Khosro (also transcribed as Khosrow or Khosrau) (Middle Persian: Xosrow; Greek: Chosroes; Latin: Cosroe) is the name of a mythical Persian leader in the Avesta of the Zoroastrians known as Kavi Haosravah, with the meaning "famous", "of good repute".
- Of the Shahnameh:
- Of the Parthian Empire:
- Of the Arsacid dynasty of Armenia:
- Of the Sassanid Empire of Persia:
- Mu'izz ud-Dawlah Khusrau Shah 1152-1160
- Taj ud-Dawlah Khusrau Malik 1160-1186
- Of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm in Anatolia:
- Khusrau Khan, Sultan of Delhi for four months in 1320
- Prince Khusrau Mirza (Khusraw) lived 1587–1622, son of Mughal emperor Jahangir
- Amir Khusrow (1253–1325) was a famous Sufi musician and poet of India
- Gazi Husrev-beg (1480-1541) known as "Khuṣrow Beg" ruled in the Balkans
- See also the article on Nizami Ganjavi's story of Khosrow and Shirin.
Women of this name
- Khosrovidukht (flourished second half of 3rd century & first half of 4th century), an Arsacid Armenian Princess and sister of Tiridates III of Armenia
- Khosrovidukht (flourished 8th century), an Armenian hymnographer and poet
- Cosroe Dusi (1808-1859), Italian painter
- Amir Khosrow Afshar (born 1919, date of death unknown), an Iranian diplomat
- Khosrow Jahanbani (born 1942), Iranian royal
- Khosrov bey Sultanov (1879–1947), a statesman from Azerbaijan
- Khosrov, a town in Armenia
- Khosrov State Reserve, a national park in Armenia
- Xosrov, a village in Azerbaijan
- Khosrow, Andika, Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Khosrow, Tehran, Iran
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- Mackenzie, D. (1971). A Concise Pahlavi Dictionary (p. 45). Oxford University Press.