Roham

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Roham (/rohām، rohhām/) is an Iranian hero, described in the Iranian epic poem Shahnameh. Roham is son of Goudarz, grandson of Keshvad and the father of Farhad. He fought in the Keykhosrow wars and in wars to avenge his father's defeat.

Meaning[edit]

  • In Persian language: Invincible bird.
  • In Avestan: Majestic Wine.
  • In Arabic: (Roham-roham) a lot. (Roham-riham) in Arab countries that face similar name (Roham-Riham) but is pronounced in Arabic Ryham Reeham or reham is a girls name meaning 'light rain' or 'spray rain'.