American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Armenia or its people, language, or culture.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Armenia.
- n. A person of Armenian ancestry.
- n. The Indo-European language of the Armenians.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to Armenia, a former kingdom of Asia lying between the Black and Caspian seas, northeast of Asia Minor, now included in Turkey, Persia, and Asiatic Russia, or to its inhabitants.
- n. A native of Armenia.
- n. Eccles., an adherent of the Armenian Church.
- n. The Armenian language.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Armenia, the Armenian people, the Armenian language, or the Armenian alphabet.
- n. A person from Armenia or of Armenian descent.
- n. The language of Armenia and the Armenian people, whose older stages are Old Armenian and Middle Armenian.
- n. A branch of Indo-European languages, which includes the various stages of the Armenian language.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Armenia.
- n. A native or one of the people of Armenia; also, the language of the Armenians.
- n. (Eccl. Hist.) An adherent of the Armenian Church, an organization similar in some doctrines and practices to the Greek Church, in others to the Roman Catholic.
- adj. of or pertaining to Armenia or the people or culture of Armenia
- n. a native or inhabitant of Armenia
- n. the Indo-European language spoken predominantly in Armenia, but also in Azerbaijan
- n. a writing system having an alphabet of 38 letters in which the Armenian language is written
- From Armenia + -an. (Wiktionary)
“Do you think that an Ambassador should be fired simply for using the term Armenian Genocide?”
“Armenian critics pointed out several shortcomings in the Turkish statement: First, the apology avoided the term Armenian Genocide by referring to it as the "Great Catastrophe.”
“And tens of thousands march in Armenia's capital to mark what they call the Armenian genocide, a claim Turkey denies.”
“In Yerevan, Armenia has been marking the 90th anniversary of what it calls the Armenian genocide.”
“The foundation of what we know as Armenian literature must therefore be sought in Christian times.”
“Fluent in Armenian, Turkish and German, he was able to speak directly with individuals who experienced or observed the events from a wide variety of standpoints.”
“Miss you to death. .but good to hear your doing well, Me and Doug tried to get a hold of you last weekend but couldn't ... part of the problem was the language barrier, then I tried to look online for how to ask to speak with someone in Armenian, and the whole damn alphabet is different!”
“One odd thing in Armenian culture, the bride's mother does not go to the wedding, so Manet's mom did not see her until the reception.”
“When the old men exchanged words in Armenian, the Mexican narrowed his eyes, huffed, and said, "I don't know what you said but it was about me so I'm gonna walk away.”
“I do not believe that it is possible to read these pages in good faith without recognizing on first sight that the word Armenian is there as part of a quotation.”
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