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Qizilbash is a term used to refer to a broad variety of Shia groups that rose to prominence in the regions of Iranian Azerbaijan, Anatolia and Kurdistan in the 13th century. The term derives from an Ottoman Turkish word meaning "red heads," which refers to their distinctive, crimson headwear. In later centuries, their populations spread eastward from Western Asia into Afghanistan and Pakistan. The surname Qizilbash is today commonly used in Pakistan by individuals from this community.
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film) (Name appears on package)