Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.
  • proper noun A city in Armenia in the province of Kotayk.

Etymologies

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From Armenian Աբովյան (Abovyan).

Examples

  • On the way to work I stopped by the tiny convenience store at 5 Abovyan Street that sells "“khachabouri"” and other pastries as well as cigarettes, soft drinks, and other things.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • Many buildings on Abovyan Street have already been raised, while thankfully a few temporarily remain.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • One place that I have often frequented when pining for pizza is called Diamond and is located at the very end of Abovyan as you enter Republic Square on the right side, just next to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • The company is called Integrien and there are about five of us working in a small rented home near the corner of Abovyan and Tumanian Streets.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The company is called Integrien and there are about five of us working in a small rented home near the corner of Abovyan and Tumanian Streets.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • One place that I have often frequented when pining for pizza is called Diamond and is located at the very end of Abovyan as you enter Republic Square on the right side, just next to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Both sides of Abovyan and Nalbandyan Streets leading into or going away from Republic Square are lined with parked cars, many double-parked, whereas two years ago such a thing was unheard of.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

  • The government also sponsored a huge propaganda effort for people to vote “Yes”—an information office was set up on the corner of Tumanian and Abovyan, and university students were out on the streets encouraging people to vote—I was approached about two weeks ago.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Both sides of Abovyan and Nalbandyan Streets leading into or going away from Republic Square are lined with parked cars, many double-parked, whereas two years ago such a thing was unheard of.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • The government also sponsored a huge propaganda effort for people to vote “Yes”—an information office was set up on the corner of Tumanian and Abovyan, and university students were out on the streets encouraging people to vote—I was approached about two weeks ago.

    An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia

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