"The Kingdome of Ormus
hath his owne King tributarte
vnto the King of Lu∫itania. it
containeth the whole shore of
Arabia from the paßage of the
riuer Euphrates vntil C. Raz. alga
ti, likewi∫e part of the Kingdome of
Per∫ia w. adioyneth to the Sea Ba∫ora
and almo∫t al the Ilands of the per∫ian
Gulfe. whose mothe r?itie is Ormus
in the Iland Geru
a famous mart"
-- John Speed, 1626
Note that some of this text is missing due to printing faults; the ∫ is the letter for s or sh as used in the script.
The underlined words in the text can also be deciphered as mother Litie, although there is a distinctive space between mothe and r and the L (marked by ? in the text) looks most like a (.
Compare to Ohrmuzd, Hormuz, Ohrmazd, Ahura Mazda