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Sardar (Persian: سردار ‎‎, Persian pronunciation: ['særdʒæ:r]; "Commander" literally; "Headmaster"), also spelled as Sirdar, Sardaar or Serdar, is a title of nobility that was originally used to denote princes, noblemen, and other aristocrats. It has also been used to denote a chief or leader of a tribe or group. It is used as a Persian synonym of the Arabic title Amir. The term was widely used by Maratha nobility, who held important positions in various Maratha States of the imperial Maratha Empire.

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  • السِّرْدارُ هي كلمة أعجمية تعني رئيس الجند، أَو قائدهم، وهي رُتبة مكافئة لرُتبة الكولونيل العام في الجيوش الأجنبية.[بحاجة لمصدر] في الدولة العثمانية، كان لقب السِّرْدارُ يطلق على الصدر الأعظم اذا توجه للحرب دون مشاركة السلطان فيها.
  • Sardar est un terme utilisé dans le sikhisme, historiquement, pour désigner un chef de bataillon. Il vient du perse, des mots sar: la tête, et, dar un dérivé du verbe: tenir. Aujourd'hui le terme est plus respectueux que monsieur et correspondrait à: chef, ou, directeur. Ce mot est d'une connotation plus hiérarchique que baba. Au féminin, Sardani est utilisé. Les mots Sirdar ou Serdar sont des synonymes de Sardar. Ils ont été employés au Moyen-Age du Caucase à l'Asie du sud envers tout noble; puis comme grade militaire, ou encore, pour désigner un chef de groupes de sherpas, par exemple.
  • Сердар (от перс. «سردار»‎ [sardār] — «глава; руководитель; начальник») — название правителя, вождя в Средней Азии, Иране и некоторых тюркских странах. Термин употреблялся, например, по отношению к президенту Туркмении Сапармурату Ниязову.
  • Sardar (Persian: سردار ‎‎, Persian pronunciation: ['særdʒæ:r]; "Commander" literally; "Headmaster"), also spelled as Sirdar, Sardaar or Serdar, is a title of nobility that was originally used to denote princes, noblemen, and other aristocrats. It has also been used to denote a chief or leader of a tribe or group. It is used as a Persian synonym of the Arabic title Amir. The term was widely used by Maratha nobility, who held important positions in various Maratha States of the imperial Maratha Empire.
  • Sardar (Persisch سردار (sæɾdɑɾ), Panjabi ਸਰਦਾਰ, Hindi सरदार, sprich [sɐrdaːr]), auch Serdar oder Sirdar, ist ein Herrschertitel in den alten Indo-Arischen Sprachen. Sar bzw. Sir bedeutet im Sanskrit Chef oder Autorität. Den Titel trugen Prinzen und hohe Adelige von Südasien über Persien (heute Iran) und Mesopotamien bis Syrien und Kurdistan. Vor seiner Krönung zum Schah von Persien trug Reza Chan als Kommandeur bzw. Heerführer der persischen Kosakentruppen den Titel „Sardar Sepah“. Im heutigen Iran wird Sardar als Anrede für hohe Offiziere der Iranischen Revolutionsgarde verwendet.
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