One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A Zoroastrian priest; especially one who is a Parsee.
Early 19th century. From Persian mūbid (also as maubad, mūbad), in Middle Persian attested as magwpt, continuing an unattested Old Persian compound with the literal sense ‘master of the magi’ from maguš + pati- lord, master.
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