Ahura-Mazda stands for Ura-maš-da, which according to Kurdish, means “the mission of Ura (Abraham)”.
Ura, uri, urám, abráim, bráhím are Kurdish names for Abraham.
The (Kurdish) maš “act, mass”, is origin of the biblical mass, mission, missionary to which the biblical Cross symbol is dedicated.
The suffix –da is objective definite article here and very common in Kurdish.
God of Zarathustra
The sculptures and inscriptions of Behistun, 1907, (Babylonian version, I, 99)
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The subjects I briefly discuss here, are treated extensively in the book:
The Bible (patriarchal-books) is derived from the Babil (Babylon) “Fatherly, patriarchal”