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Azartash Azarnoush (Persian: آذرتاش آذرنوش, born 1937) is a linguist and scholar of Iran. Born in 1937 in Qom, he holds two Ph.D degrees from France. He specializes in Arabic literature. Azarnoush is part of Imam Sadeq University and Tarbiat Modarres University faculty, and has been director of the Arabic department of The Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia in Tehran since 1986, and has published over 200 articles in the field of Arabic literature, as well as a few dozen books.
- "A guide to the influence of Persian language in Arabic language" (کتاب راهنمای نفوذ فارسی در فرهنگ و زبان تازی)
- "A history of Arabic language and culture" (تاریخ زبان و فرهنگ عربی)
- "A contemporary dictionary of Arabic to Persian" (فرهنگ معاصر عربی به فارسی), which won a Best book award in Iran in 1999.
- Elements de religions iranienns chez les Arabes a lepopue preilamique, 1976.
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