@stux you're welcome! I've chanted for you a bunch of times, like that time when you said you found money in a jacket!
I know a little bit of Farsi as well as Arabic and both are very different languages to confuse (even though the writing script is similar). Siraj (or Shiraz) is a name in both Persians and Arabs, though yeah it is common with Persians more I think Arabs took the name during the Islamic conquest of Persia (as well as Persians took Arab words and names).
By the way Farsi is not just limited to Iran, Farsi is also the spoken as well as official language of Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
Interestingly, In Tajikistan Farsi is written in the Cyrillic (Russian) script instead of the Arabic script used in Iran and Afghanistan.
Ahh no no no
I was talking about languages, In language sense corrupted means when two languages are mixed or word and sentences of one language is introduced to other languages with it's form and sounds adjusted to the new language. It has nothing to do with the meaning of words been right or wrong
Fun fact: The everyday spoken form of Sanskrit in ancient India was called Prakrit (Sanskrit is too much strict and perfected to be used as an everyday tongue). The word 'Prakrit' in Sanskrit itself means corrupted
The word 'sanskrit' in Sanskrit means perfect or pure.
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