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  1. Armenian (Western), Compact: Learn to Speak and Understand Western Armenian with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's Pimsleur) by Pimsleur, 2006-04-24
  2. Spoken East Armenian by Fairbank, 1975-06
  3. Armenian (Eastern): Learn to Speak and Understand Armenian with Pimsleur Language Programs by Pimsleur, 2004-04-19
  4. Armenians and Iran: A Comprehensive Bibliography in Armenian, Persian and the English Languages (Romanized)
  5. Etymological Dictionary of the Armenian Inherited Lexicon (Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series) by Martirosyan, 2009-11-23
  6. The Linguistic Relationship Between Armenian and Greek (Publications of the Philological Society) by James Clackson, 1995-02-27
  7. Eastern Armenian: Armenian-English, English-Armenian Dictionary & Phrasebook by Nicholas Awde, Peter Maghdashyan, 2003-10
  8. Western Armenian Dictionary & Phrasebook: Armenian-English/English-Armenian (Hippocrene Dictionary and Phrasebook) by Nicholas Awde, Vazken-Khatchig Davidian, 2006-07-07
  9. Armenian: Modern Eastern Armenian (London Oriental and African Language Library) by Jasmine Dum-Tragut, 2009-12-17
  10. A Textbook of Modern Western Armenian by Kevork B. Bardakjian, 1977-06
  11. An Introduction to Classical Armenian by Robert W. Thomson, 1989-12
  12. Armenian-English/English-Armenian (Hippocrene Concise Dictionary) by Diana Aroutunian, Susanna Aroutunian, 1993-05
  13. Language Connections: Kinship of Armenian With Sister Indo-European Language by Sarkis S. Saryan, 1983-09
  14. The Verb `Be' and its Synonyms - Part III: Philosophical and Grammatical Studies Part III: Japanese/Kashmiri/Armenian/Hungarian/Sumerian/Shona (Foundation of Language Supplementary Series)

1. Armenian Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Armenian language (հայերէն in TAO or հայերեն in RAO) is an IndoEuropean language spoken by the Armenian people. It is the official language of the Republic
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Armenian language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Not to be confused with Aromanian language This article contains Armenian text. Without proper rendering support , you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Armenian letters. Armenian Hayeren Hayeren ( ) written in Armenian script Pronunciation [hɑjɛˈɾɛn] Spoken in Armenia
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(not recognized internationally) Russia
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Georgia
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Total speakers 6.7 million Ranking Language family Indo-European
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Writing system Armenian alphabet Official status Official language in Armenia
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(not recognized internationally) Minority language:
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Regulated by ... National Academy of Sciences of Armenia Language codes ISO 639-1 hy ISO 639-2 arm (B) ISO 639-3 variously: hye xcl Classical Armenian axm ... Linguasphere 57-AAA-a Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode The Armenian language in TAO or in RAO [hɑjɛˈɾɛn] hayeren ) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people . It is the official language of the Republic of Armenia as well as in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh . The language is also widely spoken by Armenian communities in the Armenian diaspora . It has its own script, the

2. Armenian Language - Armeniapedia.org
Armenian (Հայերէն / Hayeren) Spoken in Armenia and 29 other countries Region Caucasus mountains Total speakers 9 million Genetic classification
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3. Armenian Language - Indo-European Languages
The Armenian language (Armenian հայերեն լեզու, IPA hajɛɹɛn lɛzu — hayeren lezu, conventional short form hayeren) is an IndoEuropean language spoken by
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Hayeren Spoken in: Armenia Nagorno-Karabakh Russia Georgia ... Israel and the rest of the Armenian diaspora Total speakers: 7 million Ranking Language family Indo-European
Armenian
Writing system Armenian alphabet Official status Official language of: Armenia Nagorno-Karabakh Regulated by National Academy of Sciences of Armenia Language codes ISO 639-1 hy ISO 639-2 arm (B) hye (T) ISO/FDIS 639-3 hye Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode . See IPA chart for English for an English based pronunciation key. The Armenian language Armenian IPA [hajɛɹɛn lɛzu] hayeren lezu, conventional short form hayeren) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people in the Republic of Armenia , in Georgia (especially in Samtskhe-Javakheti ), Mountainous Karabakh ( Nagorno-Karabakh ) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora Linguists standardly classify Armenian as an independent branch of the Indo-European language family. However, some Indo-Europeanists, notably Clackson (1994), have proposed Armenian and other branches may have been grouped together with the Hellenic branch (which contains Greek ). This is called the

4. Eastern Armenian Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Small virtual phrasebook. Western Armenian.
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Eastern Armenian language
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Armenian language
see also: Armenian alphabet Armenian hypothesis Proto-Armenian Old Armenian (from 405) Middle Armenian (c. 1100 – 1700) Modern Armenian (c. 1700 – present)
Eastern Western
familliar: Homshetsi Lomavren Eastern Armenian Armenian arevelahayeren ) is one of the two standardized forms of modern Armenian (an Indo-European language ), the other being Western Armenian . The two standards form pluricentric language Eastern Armenian is spoken in the Caucasus Mountains (particularly in the Republic of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh as well as Georgia ) and by the Armenian community in Iran . Due to migrations of speakers from Armenia and Iran to the Armenian Diaspora , it is now very prominent in what used to be exclusively Western Armenian strongholds. It was developed in the early 19th century and is based on the dialect of the Ararat district (of Eastern Armenia
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5. Armenian Language Sources ";
Armenian language history image = caption = Hayeren (Հայերէն) written in Armenian script familycolor = IndoEuropean states = '''' (not recognized internationally)
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6. Armenian Language - On Opentopia, Find Out More About Armenian Language
Armenian (Հայերեն or Hayeren) is an IndoEuropean language spoken by the Armenian people in the Armenia n Republic and also used by the Armenian Diaspora.
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Encyclopedia A AR ARM : Armenian language
Armenian (Հայերեն or Hayeren ) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people in the Armenia n Republic and also used by the Armenian Diaspora . It constitutes an independent branch of the Indo-European language family, though many Indo-Europeanists believe it forms a subgroup with the Greek and Indo-Iranian families (see Clackson 1994 for extensive discussion). Contents
General considerations
Armenian is regarded as a close relative of Phrygian . From the modern languages Greek seems to be the most closely related to Armenian. Armenian shares major isogloss es with Greek; some linguists propose that the linguistic ancestors of the Armenians and Greeks were either identical or in a close contact relation. Armenian and Phrygian show no close relationship with the Anatolian languages other than borrowings. The Anatolian loan words within Armenian indicate that proto-Armenians were in contact with both Luwian speakers and with Hittites . The Classical Armenian language (often referred to as grabar, literally "written (language)") imported numerous words from Middle Iranian languages, primarily

7. Armenian Language Lessons - Armeniapedia.org
Հայերեն Դասեր . This section has a free Eastern Armenian Lessons Online book, which will enable English speakers to learn Armenian at their own pace.
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8. Armenian Alphabet, Pronunciation And Language
Information about the Armenian language http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/armenian_language http//indoeuro.bizland.com/tree/balk/armenian.html http//www.kwintessential.co.uk/language
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Origin
In the late 4th century AD, king Vramshapuh of Armenia asked Mesrop Mashtots, one of the officials in his chancellery and a prominent scholar, to create a new alphabet for Armenian. Before then, Armenian had been written with 'cuneiform' scripts, which was deemed unsuitable for religious works by the Armenian Church. Mashtots travelled to Alexandria, where he studied the principles of writing and came to the conclusion that the Greek alphabet was the best alphabet in use at that time because there was an almost one-to-one correspondence between sounds and letters. He used this model to come up with a new alphabet, which he presented to the king when he returned to Armenia in 405 AD. The new alphabet was well-received and a new Armenian translation of the bible was published in 405 AD. Other literary works soon followed.
Notable features
  • Type of writing system: alphabet Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines There are a few minor differences in the pronunciation of the letters between the two main dialects of Armenian: Western and Eastern.

9. Armenian Language: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
Traditional Armenian orthography is the orthography developed during the early 19th century for the two modern dialects of the Armenian language Eastern Armenian and Western
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Overview The Armenian language ( in TAO Traditional Armenian orthography Traditional Armenian orthography is the orthography developed during the early 19th century for the two modern dialects of the Armenian language - Eastern Armenian and Western Armenian...
or in RAO, — ) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people Armenians The Armenians are a nation and ethnic group which originated in the Caucasus and the Armenian Highland. It is estimated that there are from 8 to 11 million Armenians around the world. There is a large concentration of Armenians in the Caucasus, especially in Armenia, and there is a significant...
. It is the official language of the Republic of Armenia Armenia Armenia , officially the Republic of Armenia , is a landlocked mountainous country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia...
as well as in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh Nagorno-Karabakh Nagorno-Karabakh is a landlocked region in the South Caucasus, lying between Lower Karabakh and Zangezur and covering the southeastern range of the Lesser Caucasus mountains...
. The language is also widely spoken by Armenian communities in the Armenian diaspora Armenian diaspora The Armenian diaspora The Armenian diaspora The Armenian diaspora ( has created the communities of Armenians living outside of Armenia, and Nagorno-Karabakh. The total Armenian population living worldwide is estimated to be 11,000,000, but only about 3,150,000 live in Armenia, about 140,000 in...

10. Armenian Language - Includipedia, The Inclusionist Encyclopaedia
The Armenian language (հայերեն լեզու, IPA hajɛɹɛn lɛzu — TemplateISOtranslit, conventional short form TemplateISOtranslit) is an IndoEuropean language
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11. Armenian Language: Encyclopedia - Armenian Language
Armenian is an IndoEuropean language spoken by the Armenian people in the Armenian Republic and also used by the Armenian Diaspora. It constitutes independent branch of the
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12. Armenian Language - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Armenian language is a IndoEuropean language. The Armenian language (հայերեն լեզու, Armenian way of saying it hɑjɛˈɾɛn lɛˈzu — hayeren lezow
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Armenian language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Armenian language is a Indo-European language The Armenian language (հայերեն լեզու, Armenian way of saying it: [hɑjɛˈɾɛn lɛˈzu] — hayeren lezow, conventional short form hayeren) is an Indo-European language spoken by Armenians. It is the official language of the Armenia as well as in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh . The language is also widely spoken by Armenian communities all over the world. It has its own alphabet, the Armenian alphabet This short article can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it Retrieved from " http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_language Categories Indo-European languages Armenian culture ... Languages of Europe Hidden category: Stubs Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Search Getting around Print/export Toolbox In other languages

13. Armenian Language
Armenian language article, links and community buzz The Armenian language (հայերէն in TAO or հայերեն in RAO, Armenian pronunciation hɑjɛˈɾɛn
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14. Armenian Language
The Armenian language ( in TAO or in RAO, hɑjɛˈɾɛn — hy ISO hayeren) is an IndoEuropean language spoken by the Armenian people.
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The Kosmix Community Author: Steven Miller Language is one of the most important ways in which a particular culture or ethnic group defines itself. Modern Armenian people have removed most of the Turkish influences from their language because of the persecution they suffered from the Ottoman Empire during World War II. Removing Turkish influences from this language may prove to be difficult because the language borrows heavily from Turkish influences as well as Parthian, Persian, and Latin. This language is also considered an Iranian dialect and some Arabic influences are also found within this language. There are two forms of ... see more Language is one of the most important ways in which a particular culture or ethnic group defines itself. Modern Armenian people have removed most of the Turkish influences from their language because of the persecution they suffered from the Ottoman Empire during World War II.

15. Armenian Language - TvWiki, The Free Encyclopedia
{{language name=Armenian nativename= Հայերեն Hayeren familycolor=IndoEuropean states= Armenia, Russia, France and 27 other countries speakers=7 million nation
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Armenian language
Hayeren Armenia Russia France Armenia Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people in the Armenian Republic and also used by the Armenian Diaspora . It is its own independent branch of the family of the Indo-European languages, with no living close relatives.
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Many now believe that Armenian is a close relative of the extinct Phrygian language. Modern Armenian has numerous loan words from the Middle Persian Language Pahlavi , which still exist in Modern Persian language . From the modern languages, Greek seems to be the most closely related to Old Armenian. According to Hans K. Vogt's article in the Britannica , referring mainly to Western Armenian, Whereas Old Armenian was rather close to ancient Greek in many respects, Modern Armenian is typologically much closer to Turkish Differing from Classical Armenian and versions of Modern Armenian, which, according to Bert Vaux , where purefied due to political considerations, Western Armenian phonetics have been influenced by Turkish, mostly from Ottoman Turkish , whereas Persian affected Eastern Armenian. As result of the Caucasian

16. Armenian Language - Information At FindAdvise.com
Armenian language Defination, Information, Reference, and Answers The earliest testimony of the Armenian language dates to the 5th century AD (the Bible translation of Mesrob
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17. What Does Armenian Language Mean? Definition, Meaning And Pronunciation (Free En
Definition of Armenian language in the AudioEnglish.net Dictionary. Meaning of Armenian language. What does Armenian language mean? Proper usage and pronunciation (in phonetic
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18. Armenian Language In - Dictionary And Translation
Armenian language. Dictionary terms for Armenian language, definition for Armenian language, Thesaurus and Translations of Armenian language to Chinese, English, French, Italian
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19. Armenian Language Facts - Freebase
Facts and figures about Armenian Language, taken from Freebase, the world's database.
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20. Armenian Language
Armenian language Armenian is an IndoEuropean language spoken in the Caucasus mountains (particularly in the Armenian Republic) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora.
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Armenian language
Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken in the Caucasus mountains (particularly in the Armenian Republic) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora . It is its own independent branch of the family of the Indo-European languages, with no close relatives. While it contains many Indo-European roots, its phonology and syntax have been influenced by neighboring Caucasian languages and also Turkish , so that it shares a three-way distinction between voiceless, voiced, and ejective stops and fricatives. It also contains many loanwords from Persian , which is another Indo-European language. Many now believe that Armenian is descended from Phrygian (and perhaps related to Thracian and Dacian ), or a close relative of Phrygian. But Armenian, like Albanian , has its origins obscured by its borrowings from foreign languages. Armenian was historically split in to two vaguely-defined primary dialects Eastern Armenian , the form spoken in modern-day Armenia, and Western Armenian , the form spoken by Armenians in Anatolia . After the Armenian Genocide , the western form was primarily spoken only by those belonging to the diaspora Armenian is written in the Mingrelian script, devised by monks in the early days of Christianity. While it shows influences from Greek and other Phoenecian-descended writing systems, these influences are not immediately apparent. A similar script is used for the unrelated

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