Marwazi or Al-Marwazi is the title of several Persian people who were born in the town of Merv, Greater Khorasan (now in Turkmenistan). "Marwazi" in Persian denotes a person that is from or have connection with city of Merv. People named al-Marwazi include:
- Habash al-Hasib al-Marwazi (d. after 869 in Iraq), Persian astronomer, geographer, and mathematician who described trigonometric ratios
- Abu Tahir Marwazi, 12th-century prominent Persian philosopher from Khwarezmia
- Sharaf al-Zaman al-Marwazi, a physician and author of Nature of Animals
- 'Abdallah ibn Muhammad ibn Yazdad al-Marwazi (died 875), a senior Persian official of the Abbasid Caliphate in the mid-9th century
- Ibn Qutaybah or Abū Muhammad Abd-Allāh ibn Muslim ibn Qutayba al-Dīnawarī al-Marwazī (828–885), Islamic scholar
- Yusuf ibn Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Marwazi, governor of Adharbayjan and Arminiyah for the Abbasid Caliphate
- Al-Mawazin, gates in Jerusalem
- Nisba (onomastics) is used in modern Persian in the form Marvezi (مروزی).
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