Definitions

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  • proper n. Alternative form of Anahita.
  • proper n. A female given name.

Etymologies

From Armenian Անահիտ (Anahit). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • As reported at The Week in Chess: 1. Galojan, Lilit wm ARM 2307 6½ 2. Andriasian, Siranush wm ARM 2228 6½ 3. Aginian, Nelly wg ARM 2308 5½ 4. Gasparian, Narine wm ARM 2172 5 5. Kharatyan, Anahit ARM 2115 4 6. Gasparian, Mariana ARM 2070 4 7. Martirosyan, Lia ARM 2111 3½ 8. Movsisian, Naira wg ARM 2152 3½ 9. Aghabekian, Liana ARM 2191 3½

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Anahit: the Tauric Artemis was adored with human sacrifices and Cybele with self-inflicted mutilations.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 2

  • The goddess Anahit, who was worshipped with immoral rites in Bactria, is figured on the coins of the Kushans and must at one time have been known on the north-western borders of India.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 2

  • "Azeri propaganda aims at the quantity of misinformation rather than its quality," Anahit

    Armenian News - PanARMENIAN.Net

  • Armenia -- Anahit, mother of Vahan Khalafian who died in police custody, Charentsavan, 18May2010

    «Ազատ Եվրոպա/Ազատություն» ռադիոկայան

  • MP Anahit Bakhshyan remembers how at 7: 30 AM on March 1, 2008, she was called and told that people were being beaten at the Opera House.

    Armenianow

  • Julia Roberts, at 41, still looks stunning, and Clive Owen ... well, I watched Duplicity with Anahit (check us out, we are cool: P) and every now and then I noticed her having a squee moment at Mr. Owen.

    All About My Movies.

  • Anahit Ghazanchyan: Our programs are designed to foster responsibility in people, as well as communication and mutual support in the community.

    Armenian News - PanARMENIAN.Net

  • Anahit Manasyan: Apart from an Armeniam state diploma, I also received a DESFA standard diploma which proved to have no legal force in France.

    Armenian News - PanARMENIAN.Net

  • an Armenian folk song which addresses many mothers, from the mother of Jesus to Mother Nature to the Armenian Mother Goddess Anahit.

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