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Terms containing Armenian.

Armenian diaspora also called Armenian

a term used to describe the communities of Armenians living outside of Armenia and Nagorno-KarabakhSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian Evangelical Church also called Armenian

established on July 1, 1846 by thirty-seven men and three women in ConstantinopleSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian mythology also called Armenian

Very little is known about pre-Christian Armenian mythology, the oldest source being the legends of Xorenatsi's HistorySource: Wikipedia

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Armenian history also called Armenian

begins with Neolithic cultures of the South Caucasus, such as the Shulaveri-Shomu culture, followed by the Bronze Age Kura-Araxes and Trialeti culturesSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian Church Youth Organization of America

the official youth group of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of AmericaSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian International Airways

Armenian: Հայկական Միջաջգային Ավիաուղիներ, Haykakan Mijajgayin Aviaughiner; AIASource: Wikipedia

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Armenian dance

These dances were probably accompanied by certain kinds of songs or musical instrumentsSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian architecture

Classical Armenian Architecture is divided into four separate periodsSource: Wikipedia

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First Armenian Front

is the official football supporters' association in Armenia, founded in 2008Source: Wikipedia

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(also Helleno-Armenian) refers to the hypothesis that the Greek language and the Armenian language share a common ancestor post-dating the Proto-Indo-European language (PIE)Source: Wikipedia

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Khojaly Massacre also called Armenian Khojaly Genocide

the killing of hundreds of ethnic Azerbaijani civilians from the town of Khojaly on 25 February 1992 during the Nagorno-Karabakh WarSource: Wikipedia

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Ohan Durian also called Duryan is a well-known Armenian conductor

Being an oppositioner to Soviet Union, he emigrated to Europe and conducted Oper Leipzig and Leipzig Gewandhaus OrchestraSource: Wikipedia

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Rupen Zartarian also called Roupen Zartarian was an Armenian writer

educator, and political activistSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian bumblebee

(bombus armeniacus) — rare type of bumblebees, it is in IUCN Red ListSource: Wikipedia

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Economy of Armenia also called Armenian Economy

Armenia is the second most densely populated of the former Soviet republicsSource: Wikipedia

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Chamlian Armenian School

Established 1975 School type private Location Glendale, USA Enrollment 500 students Chamlian Armenian school is an Armenian elementary school in Glendale, CaliforniaSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian surnames

Typical Armenian last names (family names) end with the originally Persian suffix -ian, -yan, or sometimes -janSource: Wikipedia

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Armenian Music TV Charts

a daily hour-long television program showcasing the nation's current top-15 songs by showing their videosSource: Wikipedia

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