Armenian Girl Names

Armenian girl names are originated by the names of beautiful flowers, precious stones and other charming things from the ancient times and until today they are very popular. So, if you are planning to name your little baby girl with an Armenian name, you can inspire from our exclusive list of female names, get full information about their meanings, origins, etc.

Let’s start with the interesting, discover most popular names commonly found among Armenian girls.

TOP 1 ANI

The most widespread and popular name in Armenia is ANI.

  • Origin & Meaning

Ani was one of the capital cities of the Armenia. “City of 1001 Churches”- the 2nd name of Ani city. It means “beautiful”, “unique” and “exotic”.

TOP 2 Nare (Nareh)

The other popular and favorite name today is NARE, but this form of the name is new.

  • Origin & Meaning

It is a diminutive form of  Gyulnara or Narine. The word, “nar”, refers to either pomegranate or fire.

 

TOP 3 Anahit (Anahid)

Anahit, the favorite goddess of the Armenian people, whose name has been preserved since ancient times, has survived until now. It is also one of the most popular Armenian girl names. Giving this name to their girls, Armenian parents hope that their girl would become as beautiful and as gifted as their goddess was.

  • Origin and Meaning

Anahit is one of the oldest Persian goddesses whose worship was common among the Armenians. It means impure, clean. Now it’s a common name.

TOP 4 Astghik

Another popular name in Armenia. This name has the meaning of “a small star”. This is actually the Armenian version of Stella and Astrid.

  • Origin & Meaning

This ancient name comes from the name of the goddess Astghik, which corresponds to the Roman Venus, which is Venus planet or goddess of love. One of the ancient festivals in Armenia, Vardavar, is devoted to her, and it is still celebrated by Armenians today. In this festival, people sprinkled water on each other and wished health for their people and nation.

TOP 5 Mariam

One of the most popular Armenian female names is Mariam. This name is very popular in other nations and has different forms.

  • Origin & Meaning

On behalf of the Hebrew Maryam. It means “the sea of bitterness.” It has come to Christianity.  Applied to all Christian nations (Russian Maria). In the Armenian language, we meet other forms of this name, such as Maroux, Maro, Marusia, Marie, and so on.

Mariam – the mother of Jesus and of Miriam – the sister of Moses. In the Persian language, there is also a flower (tuberose) which sounds Maryam.

However, to get the clear information about the origin of this name is a bit complicated yet, but stay sure that the name is quite beautiful and meaning for your baby girl.

TOP 6 Gohar

Another unique and beautiful girl name is Gohar. If you select this name for your baby girl it would be a very good choice.

  • Origin & Meaning

As a female name, Gohar is popular from the XII century. The shortest name is Goharik, which is often seen as an independent name. The name means ‘diamond’ and/or ‘precious stone’ in Armenian.

TOP 7 Azniv

Azniv is also the most unique Armenian female names. By giving this name to their baby girl, Armenians hope that she would have a gentle personality.

  • Origin & Meaning

From the Armenian word «azniv» which means ‘gentle’, ‘honest’.

TOP 8 Azatuhi

The name Azatuhi is not very spread nowadays but it is a very original name among Armenians.

  • Origin & Meaning

The name is coming from the Armenian word “azad” which means free.

TOP 9 Margarita

This name has been spread among Armenians for a long time now and is still in use. 

  • Origin & Meaning

From the Armenian pearl word, but it is also popular in many other countries (French: Margerit, Russian Margarita, etc.).

The name ‘Margarita’ has Spanish origin actually. So it is a name of the flower, daisy, Margarita. Also, Margaret is the English version of this name. 

TOP 10 Shushan (Shushanik)

The name, Shushan, is a biblical baby girl name and since IV century the name is popular for  Armenians.

  • Origin & Meaning

It means lily, rose, and joy.

TOP 11 Mane

Nowadays a lot of young parents in Armenia give this awesome name to their child. Mane has recently become a common name in Armenia.

  • Origin & Meaning

This is the name Manya with some transformation. Mane is popular among Armenians in Tbilisi. It’s still in use.

TOP 12 Milena

One of the modern girl names popular in Armenia is Milena. The name is popular and very widespread in many countries of the world too.

  • Origin and Meaning

It has Slavic origin and means “gracious”, “pleasant” and “dear”. It is the female form of the name names “Milen” and “Milan”.

TOP 13 Tatev

Tatev is a pure Armenian name.  It was taken from the name of marvelous monastery Tatev.

  • Origin & Meaning

According to the legend, when the master finished the building of the monastery, he asked God for wings to fly and to see it from above. He asked. “Give me wings” and God made his wish come true.

 

TOP 14 Anna

Every Armenian surely can state that the name Anna is one of the most favorite names in Armenia. However, besides being a short and easy name, it is also a nickname for other similar names like Anahit, Ani etc.

Besides Armenians, the name Anna is in wide use also in many other countries across the world: English version – Ann, French version – Anne etc.

Origin & Meaning

  • From the name of Khanna in Hebrew:
  • Latin form of the Greek name ‘Ἅννα’.
  • The name of the mother of the Virgin Mary was Saint Anne, and for this reason, this name widely used among the Christians.

TOP 15 Elen

For a few years, the name Elen was in the first place. All Armenian parents gave this name to their baby girls.

Origin & Meaning

There are different versions of this name origin, so:

  • The ancient Greek name, Helen (Helenē), meaning ‘torch’.
  • Greek name “Selene”, which means ‘moon’.
  • Russian name Elena.

This name means “solar”, “bright”.  Heghine was the ancient version of this name.

TOP 16: Lilit

In Armenia, you’re supposed to meet a lot of baby girls given the name, Lilit.

  • Origin & Meaning

The new name is among the Armenians who came from the legend of Avetik Isahakyan. According to a Jewish myth, Lilit was called the first woman whom God had created from the “elevated flame”. This figurative name is now very popular among Armenian girls.

TOP 17 Eva

Another common girl name in Armenia is Eva. In many other European languages, Eva can also be found.

Origin & Meaning

Heb. khava from the word “life”. It can also mean full of life or mother of life as well. According to the Bible, the pre-name of the Bible, which is widely circulated among many innocent people in the world (Latin, Eva, Eve, Russian Eve, etc.). It is anciently used in Armenians.

TOP 18 Christine

The name Christine is a worldwide popular name. This name is in regular usage in French, English, German, Scandinavian, Dutch and Slavic cultures. Christine is also a very popular Armenian girl name. Other variations of this name include Christina, Kristina, Kristine, Kristen, Kirsten, Cristina.

Meaning & Origin

It has a Greek or Egyptian origin, from the word “Christ”. It is often associated with the meaning “follower of Christ.”

TOP 19: Lusine

One of the most beautiful Armenian girl names is Lusine. Other variations of this name are Lucy and Lusin.

  • Origin & Meaning

From the Armenian word “moon”. It means “beauty”, “bright”.

TOP 20: Sophia

Sophia or Sofia is a popular name for an Armenian baby girl. By hoping that their daughter will have great wisdom, some Armenian parents have preferred giving this name to their baby girl.

Origin & Meaning

It is derived from the Greek word, “Wisdom”.  As a woman’s name, Armenians are mentioned in the 9th century as Sophia, and now it is a common name. The diminutive forms are Sofik, Sopho, Sofi, Soph, Sopo.

Now let’s go through our long-list of all possible girl names. Take a piece of paper and write your favorite ones.


 

W Arm. Translit. E Arm. Translit. ԱՄ Հայերեն Meaning
Azaduhi Azatuhi Ազատուհի Armenian is the name of the name of Azat, derived from derivatives. It is a common name.
Azniv Azniv Ազնիւ From the honest adjective of Armenian that is used as an Armenian name. It is a common name.
Alis Ալիս French Alisa is also popular with Armenians. He came from Russian Alice. Also available in Alice form. It is short of Alla.
Alvart Ալվարդ Armenian rose and “red” red “red”.

It means “red rose”.

In ancient times this name was not used by Armenians, we meet only in the XX century.

The reason for the dissemination was the poem of Vahan Mirakian “Lalvar’s hunt”, published in the 20th Century.

Aghavni Aghavni Աղաւնի On behalf of Armenian pigeon bird, it is a symbol of innocence and modesty. As a personality from the past century.It corresponds to the name of the popular Beef. Now it’s a pretty common name. Appears also in Aghunik.
Aghpiur Աղբիւր It is a new but rare name. Armenian source word.
Aghvita Armenian; 3rd century princess
Aghvor Aghvor Աղուոր Western Armenian language, adjective adjective. It means “good”, “nice”, “beautiful”. It’s a rare name.
Almast Turkish almas. It means “diamond”. The latter “Armenians” added Armenians as Salmast (Salmast).
Anahid Anahit Անահիտ Armenian equivalent of Diana – Anahid comes from the ancient Armenian moon goddess

Anahit is one of the oldest Persian goddesses whose worship was common among the Armenians.

It means “clean”.

Anahit, the favorite goddess of the Armenian people, whose name has been preserved since ancient times, has survived until now.

Now it’s a common name.

Anayis Անայիս See Anahid
Ankine Angine Անգինէ Armenian priceless word. It means “rare”, “price”. It was created in the last century and is a very common name.
Antaram Antaram Անթառամ It means “everlasting”, “indifferent”. In the 19th century was one of the most common names among Armenian women.

Now it is scarce to meet.

Ani Ani Անի Name of an ancient Armenian capital city. Also a nickname for Anna.
Anna Աննա From the name of Khanna in Hebrew. It means “gifted”, “merciful” or “gifted”, “merciful.” It has been used in ancient Armenians and is now a useful name. It has the form of diminutive Annik.
Ashkhen Ashkhen Աշխէն Armenian version of Roxanna. Ashkhen was the wife of King Dertad or Trdat.
Astine Iberiberis astin Greek astine, which is translated as “citizen”.

One of the oldest names is the history of the king of the Persian King Artashes.

H Acharyan considered the “new name” of an unknown origin, but more than two hundred years ago this name was found in the “Haigazian dictionary” compiled by the Mekhitarists.

Asdghig Astghik Աստղիկ Armenian; “small star, venus”. Armenian version of stella. See Arusiag. Equivalent of Astrid
Araks Արաքս Name of a river in Armenia. Armenian; “name an Armenian princess”
Araksi Արաքսի From the Armenian Agatha, the Agakh Agakh form, which is actually sexual in nature.

It means “daughter of Arax”.

It is a common name.

It also occurs in the Araksian form, from which Arax is a phonographic form.

Arek Short for Arekag.
Arekag Armenian; “sun”.
Areknaz Aregnaz Արեգնազ Armenian; “pleasant sun (light)”.
Arevig Arevik Արեւիկ Sun, Sunny
Ardzvig Արծուիկ Armenian; “small eagle”.
Armenuhi Armenuhi Արմենուհի Armenian; “Armenian woman”.

A new name is created by Armen, derived from derivatives.

This name was spread in the early 20th century, under the influence of Shirvanzade’s drama.

Armenush Armenush Արմենուշ Armenian; “sweet, good Armenian woman”.

Armenian Aram and Anush.

It means “the daughters of Arami”.

Now it’s a common name.

Armine Արմինէ Armenian; “feminine version of Armen, Armenian”

This is also one of the female forms of the name Armen that has appeared relatively lately and spreads.

It has been created with a very handful of nine hands (like Karine, Zarine).

Arshaluys Արշալոյս Armenian; “dawn, twilight, daybreak, aurora”. Sunrise.
Aruseag Արուսեակ Armenian; “planet Venus”. Armenian Arusky is an ancestral planet, the same as Lucerne, Venus (Latin Venus).

This name was used in the Armenians in the 9th century, instead of the Arabic name Zuhra, which was also used in Lust.

Now it’s one of the common names. Armenian Arusky is an ancestral planet, the same as Lucerne, Venus (Latin Venus).

This name was used in the Armenians in the 9th century, instead of the Arabic name Zuhra, which was also used in Lust.

Now it’s one of the common names.

Arsine Արսինէ Feminine for Arsen.
Arda Arta Արտա Short for Ardamis
Ardemis Artemis Արտեմիս Armenian version of Diana. See Anahid.
Arpenig Arpenik Արփենիկ Armenian Hit the word “sun”.

It was a very common name in the 19th century. Now it’s also a solid.

We also have short forms such as Arpik, Arpen, Arpo and so on.

Arpi Arpi Արփի Armenian; “rising sun”
Arpine Arpine Արփինէ The newly-created figurative name is composed of nine female keyboards (like Choliné, Narine).

Now it’s a pretty common name.

Palasan Balasan Բալասան Arab balm fragrance on behalf of a flower, hints the fragrance and fragrance.

In Armenian, the balm means “plaster”.

Pavagan Bavakan Բաւական Armenian quite a word.

They give superstition that the end girl is born and the next is a boy.

A new name is a Turkish name. Like Etar’s name, allegedly “enough to give birth to a baby”.

There is also the Baptist’s form.

Pergruhi Berkruhi Բերկրուհի Armenian grace, delight, word of honor.

It means “a source of delight” and “a delicacy”.

It’s quite a new name that appeared at the end of the 19th century. In Constantinople and quickly spread among Armenians.

Persare Bersare Բերսարէ A Hebrew name that comes from the Bible.

It is checked by “source singing” or “water wells”.

This name was first used in the Armenians in the eighteenth century, under the influence of religious literature (the name of David’s mother of the King David of King David).

We have taken a jumble. Barsabee form:

Now it’s a username.

The short calling is Bathab, Brotherhood.

Piuragan Byurakan Բիւրական It means “having many sources”.

This name was not used in the past, it is seen in twenty-first century

years.

Piuregh Byuregh Բիւրեղ Armenian The word “crystal”.

It means “transparent”, “clear”, “clear”.

The popular name was in the 19th century and is still in use.

There is also the diminutive Crystal form that is often seen as independent name.

Purasdan Purastan Բուրաստան It means “flowerbed”, “garden”.

As a personality from the 16th century.

The diminutive forms are Burin, Buro.

Prapion Brabion Բրաբիոն Greek Brabeion, Latin brabeum, from the word Brabo n, the name of the flower (a flower belonging to the Nargis family)

It means “crown of victory.”

Now it’s a username.

Kayiane Gayane Գայիանէ Latin Gaianus is a female form.

In ancient times, one of the Armenians was known as Gayane Virgins, whose temple still remains in Echmiatsin.

It has come from IV century. Now it’s a common name.

Keghanush Geghanush Գեղանոյշ Armenian art (beautiful) and sweet words, a newly-created name.

The diminutive forms are Geghush, Geghushik.

It is also possible that some of the name of Gegham will be produced in sweet fragrance (like Armanush).

Keghush Geghush Գեղուշ See Geghanush
Keghetsig Geghetsik Գեղեցիկ It is a name from Armenian adjectives that have Armenian women since the beginning of the 20th century.

Now it’s a fairly common name.

Keghuhi Geghuhi Գեղուհի From the root of the beautiful word of Armenian, with the feminine derivation.

It means “beauty”, “beautiful thing”.

P. Duryan always used the word tattoo instead of the beauty.

This name is already in use.

Kohar Gohar Գոհար From Armenian common name

It means “diamond” or “prized stone”.

As a personality from the XII century, it is a loan from the Persian. guhar word.

Popular among the people today is Govhar, Guhar.

The shortest is Goharik, which is often seen as an independent name.

Recently, Goharine, the name of the invention of female genealogy, is absolutely unnecessary, as the name Gohar was only female.

Teghtsanig Deghdzanik Դեղձանիկ On behalf of Armenian canary bird (like Artsvik, Lorik).

It has recently been spread.

The shortest ones are Peach, Peach.

Tshkhuhi Dshkhuhi Դշխուհի From the word “queen” (queen), which means “queen”.

A very common name was in the 19th century and is still in use.

Its short form is the Horn.

Tsdrig Dstrik Դստրիկ Armenian Daughter

Now it is a rare name.

Yeter Եթեր The word “air” (upper layers of air, transparent blue) is used in the sense of “purity”, “clarity”, “brightness”.

It may have been added to a female vowel (like Anahita, Tamara, etc.), but Ether is only a feminine name.

Yeghisapet Yeghisabet Եղիսաբէթ The Hebrew word “god” and sb “swear”.

The word means “God is his oath.”

This name is Latin. Elisabeth has passed all the European nations to the form.

A common name in the 19th century was widely used in his homeland.

Its short and idiotic expressions are: Yeghik, Eshsan, Eshsou, Elizarret, Saret and others.

Yeghnig Yeghnik Եղնիկ Armenian deer on behalf of the animal, as a beauty bearer, innocence, relaxation and other benefits.

We had the old form of Eghnar in the mouth of the people in Heghnar.

Until now, these names have been used by Yeghnik and Heghnar.

Yester Եսթեր Name of Esther in Hebrew:

It means “secret” or “destructive”.

Some people link it with the name Istar or the Persian sitara, which is unbelievable.

This name comes from the Bible and is common among many peoples of the world.

Yeraz Yeraz Երազ Name of Esther in Hebrew:

It means “secret” or “destructive”.

Some people link it with the name Istar or the Persian sitara, which is unbelievable.

This name comes from the Bible and is common among many peoples of the world.

Yeranig Yeranik Երանիկ
Yeranuhi Yeranuhi Երանուհի From the Word of Hell, with the female dialect.

It means “fortunate”, “countless”.

Equivalent to the name of Yeranake.

The shorter form of this is Yeran.

Yeva Yeva Եւա In the Hebrew khava word “life”.

According to the Bible, the pre-name of the Bible, which is widely circulated among many innocent people in the world (Latin, Eva, Eve, Russian Eve, etc.).

It is anciently used in Armenians.

Yevkine Yevgine Եւգինէ On behalf of Greek Eugenia.

Meaning “Barrington” or “noble” (eu “good”, “good” and genos “birth”).

The name Yevgine in Armenians is still in use since the 14th century.

Now we have the name Eugene, which comes from Russian.

The term “gene” is used in Armenian as an independent name.

Zanazan Zanazan Զանազան From the various words in Armenian.

It means “type-type”.

As a name has long been used and is very popular in the young.

The diminutive forms are Zana, Zano, Zan, which are used as independent names.

We also have the surname Zanaganyan.

Zartar Zardar Զարդար Decorate Armenian from the word “decorated” in the meaning of “boiled”.

In ancient times it was called the daughters born before the Jatki holiday.

Shorter forms are Orda, Zardo.

There is also the surname Zardaryan.

Zarig Zarik Զարիկ The diminutive form of the name of Zaruhi is often used as an independent name.
Zarmantukht Զարմանդուխտ Persian zarman “old” and duxt “daughter”.

It means “the daughter of the old man”.

The name of the past century was rare now.

The shorter forms of this are: Zarma, Zarmic, Zarmo.

Zarmuhi Zarmuhi Զարմուհի It means “tribe”, “tribe,” “generations” and descendants of “nobility”.

It is spread among Diaspora Armenians.

Zaruhi Zaruhi Զարուհի The Persian word “gold” is Armenian. and female female derivatives.

It corresponds to the name of the Armenian Gold.

The diminutive forms of this are Zoro, Zarik.

Now it is a common name among Armenians.

Some use the Zara shape, where a particle replaces the derivative.

Zepiur Zepyur Զեփիւր From the word breeze, “pleasant”, “pleasant”.

It is a new name, but quite popular.

There is also the diminutive form of this, Zeparrig, which is a personal name.

Zmrukhd Zmrukht Զմրուխտ Emerald on behalf of the precious stone.

There is also the Turkish form of Zmutut which is used in the eastern peoples.

Zvart Զուարթ Armenian hilarious word.

It means “lively”, “cheerful”.

blossom or happy

Zulal Zulal Զուլալ Arabic zulal

It means “clear”, “bold”, “simple”.

This name was widely circulated in the XV-XVIII centuries, and then it was used as a short Zulu form.

Zulal also called men.

There is also Zulalyan’s surname.

Zoya Zoya Զօյա The name Zoya in Russian has recently spread to Armenians.

Jun zoe word

It means “life, full of life”, “vital” or “vital”.

Eliza Eliza Էլիզա One of the shorter forms of Latin name Elizabeth is that it is used as an independent name for Armenians. (See, Elisabeth).
Emma Emma Էմմա Latin hemma baric:

It is spread among many European nations, as well as in Russia.

It means “precious”, “mysterious”.

It is used in the Armenians since the beginning of XX century.

It has come through fiction.

Erepuni Erebuni Name of original fortress of Yerevan
Takuhi Taguhi Թագուհի From the word of the Queen of Armenia.

It means “a king’s wife.”

A common name in the past century was among Armenian women.

Now little use.

The diminutive forms are Tagoush, Tagouk, Tagou, Tago.

Tamar Tamar Թամար The word Tamar in Hebrew.

Meaning “palm”, “palm” or “bitterness”.

Some translate as “common fig” (ficus carica).

This name has been used in the Middle Ages among Armenians.

Now more often we meet the Tamara form that comes from Russian.

Tangakin Tankagin Թանկագին Armenian expensive and priceless words, “priceless”, “cherished”, “very dear”.

Created recently and is quite popular.

Complies with Angyn.

The diminutive forms are Tanko, Tango, Tango.

Ina Ina Ինա Russian Inna is a name that has recently been spread among Armenians.

Greek inna

It means “restless” or “moving”.

It is also used in Inessa (Inessa) form.

Isguhi Iskuhi Իսկուհի Armenian name

It means “true”, “inaccurate,” “truthful.”

It was very common in the 19th century and is still in use.

Lalag Lalak Լալակ The name of the Persian lala flower is used by Armenians as an Armenian. The word dial is the equivalent of the dialect.

In the old citations it is not mentioned as a personality, but since the end of the 19th century this name was spread among Armenians, under the influence of Raffi’s “Khint” novel.

Now it is a living name.

Lena Lena Լենա From the Russian name Elena, which corresponds to Armenian Heghine.

It does not have anything to do with the Siberian great river, Lena.

Lilit The new name is among the Armenians who came from the legend of Avetik Isahakyan.

According to a Jewish myth, Lilit was called the first woman whom God had created from the “elevated flame”.

This figurative name is now very popular among Armenian girls.

Lorig Lorik Լորիկ Armenian quail on behalf of bird.

As a personality, it is still in use since XIII century.

Lusaper Lusaber Լուսաբեր From Armenian Light.

It means “light”, “light-bearing”.

Now it is a living name.

Shortly called Louso, Lusab, Loa.

Lusadzin Lusatsin Լուսածին Armenian Light and Parental Words

Meaning “light” means “light born”.

It is a new, rare name.

Luseres Luseres Լուսերես Face of light
Lusig Lusik Լուսիկ It is composed of the Armenian word light, with diminutive derivatives.

In ancient times, it was used as a male name, but from the past century only women have this name.

Now the name is also used in the form of Lusia.

Lusin Lusin Լուսին Moon
Lusine Lusine Լուսինէ Armenian From the Moon (also from the Moon).

Here, the last vowel has been added to goodness and curiosity.

Now there is a common name.

Lusntak Lusntag Լուսնթագ Armenian On the name of the moon planet.

In the 19th century it was a very popular and popular name among Armenians, and now it is rare.

Khatun Khatun Խաթուն Turkish. khatun

It means “princess”, “queen”, “noble woman”.

Applied in the XII century.

It’s relatively less recent.

There is also the diminutive form of this, Khatunik.

There is Khatunyan’s surname.

Khonarh Խոնարհ Armenian humble word.

It means “obedient”, “modest”.

It has been spread from XVIII century.

Khosrovtukhd Խոսրովիդուխտ Persian From the Khosrov name, which originates from the Saxon word khusrav.

It comes from “good” and “dukhtar” (dukhtar).

It means “Khosrov’s Daughter”.

It is one of the oldest names used in the Armenians, dating back to the III century.

It is commonly known as Khosrov’s female form.

It is short-lived Khosrik.

Khumar Խումար Arab khumar from the word “drunken”.

Looks like the sparkling, glamorous look of the bearer.

It was a used name from the XV century.

It is also mentioned in folk songs.

Dzaghganush Ծաղկանոյշ Armenian flower and sweet words.

It is a nice name, used in the meaning of “flower”, “fragrant”.

Dzaghig Ծաղիկ Armenian From the word flower, which is quite common among the people.

This is the surname of Tsaghikyan.

Dziadzan Ծիածան From Armenian Rainbow.

It has been used since the end of the last century (especially in the villages).

Dzovinar Ծովինար Armenian The siren may be “sea” and “Arab”. pomegranate from the word “gour”.

It means “the sea of fire.”

Applied to Armenians in the XV century.

C. Ghapantsyan considers this name an ancient mythological, linking to the Semitic naru word “river”, which also means the “god of water” (comparing our golden, Tsovinar, jan., Nareus, Indian Nara mermaid, etc.).

According to the scientist, this Nara Percussion is connected to Nary, the rest of the pagan epic, which has become the people of Nuri, “Nuri Nuri has come”.

This is still the case today (dumping a dummy during drought and sings that song so it rains).

Tsovinar’s name has been activated since 1939, when the centenary anniversary of the epic “Sasuntsi Davit” was celebrated.

Dzovig Ծովիկ Armenian From the word of the sea, in the diminutive derivatives, refers to the blueprint or brightness of the eye.

Shortly referred to as Sea.

Gadar Կատար Armenian from the word

Meaning “peak”, “head”, “heights”.

As a personality from the 19th century.

Qatar is often referred to as Katarine (Ekaterina), as its short form, but these are totally different names both in origin and in meaning.

Gadarine Katarine Կատարինէ Greek katharis “clean”.

This name is used in many European nations (Franz Sathrin, Katharina, Russian Catherine, and others).

It has come to us from XIII century.

There are also dubious forms such as Katya, Katyusha (like Russian).

In the sense, it corresponds to the names of our Makruhi and Srbuhi.

Garine Karine Կարինէ According to him. H Acharyan is a distorted form of Gayane.

But perhaps the name Karine was created in the 19th century on behalf of Karin.

It can not be considered as a. The female form of the name Karen.

Now it’s a common name.

Gakavig Կաքաւիկ Armenian a bird on behalf of the bird.

In the past, men were called men, but only now are women.

Hamest Armenian modest adjective.

It means “decent,” “gentle,” “reasonable.”

The female name is very common in the 19th century.

It is noteworthy that the name of the female has also been attached to the verb and has created the Hamschauah name.

Hayganush Հայկանոյշ Armenian From the name of Hayk and the feminine femininity (like Vaskagan, Armanush, Perchanush).

This name has been spread among ancient Armenians since our time.

The diminutive forms are Haykush, Hayka, Kanoush.

Hayguhi Հայկուհի Armenian In the name of Hayk, with the female footpath.

Created in the 19th century and is now one of the common names.

Heghine Heghine Հեղինէ On behalf of Greek Helene (Helen, Helena, Elena).

It is used in the Armenians from the times immemorial.

It has come under the influence of ancient Greek mythology.

It means “bright”, “bright”.

This is the shortcut, Mezoush.

Hnazant Հնազանդ Armenian obedient word.

It means “submissive”, “humble”.

This name appears in our 20s and is now in use.

Huri Հուրի Turkish. huri

It means “the eternity” or “paradise (virgin) virgin.”

In the dialects, the word “beauty” is equivalent, so the girls are referred to as “gurus-fairy”.

In this sense, Geghoukh, Nearly Armenian names are nearby.

Hurig Հուրիկ Armenian fire from the word “fire”, in the diminutive derivatives.

The female name is seen from the 20th century.

Hripsime Հռիփսիմէ This name was first mentioned by Agatangeghos historian.

According to Jeremiah, it means “great counsel” or “desirable.”

The circumstance that made the people of Aaromus compels us to think that it is indirectly connected with the word Horom (Hripsime, the virgin, whose temple is still in Echmiatsin, was Roman).

Hripsime’s name is very common.

Rapid, Hripsik, Hrip.

Hranush Հրանոյշ Armenian The word gourd, with sweet arthritis.

It is an Armenian name that appears from the 19th century.

Hreghen Հրեղէն Armenian flames adjective, hints at the brightness or vitality of the bearer.

We meet recently.

Mayranush Մայրանոյշ From the mother tongue, as “sweet mother”, “beloved mother”.

It was created in the XIX century and is a popular name among the people.

The shortest is Maroush, shorter, Mara.

Mane Mane Մանէ Mane is popular among Armenians in Tbilisi.

It’s still in use.

Manishag Մանիշակ Armenian The name of violet flower is a loan from Persian.

It’s been used long ago.

This is a shortcut to Manouche, which also has its own use.

Mannig Mannik Մաննիկ The diminutive form of Mana, which is used as an independent name among the Armenians.

Now it is one of the most popular names.

They are also called Maniks who bear the name Mary, which is not right.

Manushag Manushak Մանուշակ Armenian is a diminutive form of violet, which is short-lived and is used as an independent name.

Contributed to the spread of H. Tumanyan’s “Garnik Agap” fairy tale.

They also call Manuhan as bearers.

Markarid Margarit Մարգարիտ Armenian from the word pearl, which, as a female, is also used by many other peoples (French: Margerit, Russian Margarita, etc.).

This name has been spread among Armenians for a long time now and is still in use.

Recently used as Margarita in the form that is not desirable because Margaret is the name of only women and does not need to be fertilized any more.

This is the shortest way to Margoush.

Marta Marta Մարթա To Syria. The name Martha, named Maara is a “female”.

It has come through the Gospel.

The name also met Martha in the Russians.

Today we also meet Martha’s Armenians.

Mariam Mariam Մարիամ Heb. Maryam’s name.

It means “the sea of bitterness.”

It has come through Christianity.

Applied to all Christian nations (Russian Maria).

In the Armenian language, we find many forms of this name, such as Maroux, Maro, Marusia, Marie, and so on.

Maro Maro Մարօ The short form of the name of Mariam is recently used as an independent name.

It has been spread by H. Tumanyan’s epic poem.

Marine Marine Մարինէ Lat. marina

It means “a sea girl”, spreading Russian among us. On behalf of Marina, which is also used today.

But in the Marine way we meet more often (perhaps because of the harmony with the new names Karine, Narine).

There is also the diminutive Mara form.

Marmar Marmar Մարմար Lat. marmor

It means “marble”.

In the Armenians it is seen from the 18th century.

Now it’s a username.

Makruhi Makruhi Մաքրուհի Armenian pure word, derived from derivatives (like Srbouhi, Geghuei).

It means “pure,” “indecent,” “sacred.”

Corresponds to Jun. The name Agnessa (Agnessa):

The Armenians are used as an old man.

Shortly called Macko, Macau.

Nazani Nazani Նազանի Armenian from the adjective adjective, in the sense of “glare,” “cunning.”

As a person we meet only recently.

Now it is a rare name.

Nazeli Nazeli Նազելի Armenian from the adjective adjective used to be ancient.

Now it’s a common name.

Nazug Nazuk Նազուկ It means “tender”, “delicate”, “thin”.

As a personality it is rare.

Nakhshun Նախշուն Armenian from the word “pattern”.

It means “beautiful ornaments”, ornamented.

It was the Armenian name spread throughout the XV-XVIII centuries.

Now we are relatively little used, we mostly meet in Karabakh, Zangezur, and Shirak.

There are also some notable ways to make this change – and the Nakshto short.

Nane Nane Նանէ Armenian old goddess, whose name mentions Agatangeghos the historian.

This is the goddess of the Sham-Assyrian Nana or Nina, whose worship was commonplace in Asia Minor.

Narine Narine Նարինէ The new name, which was created only recently and is spread quite quickly among Armenian women.

It is composed of in the parentheses like Karine, Marine, Zarine and other new names.

These new names now create new names (Satine, Lusine, etc.).

This name is also from root that has two origins in Persian, Persian and Arabic.

If we accept the The word pomegranate, it would mean “pomegranate”, and Arabic. pomegranate “fire” means “flames”.

Negdar Nektar Նեկտար It means “juice” pomegranate “.

Commonly used in Armenians since the 19th century.

Nina Nina Նինա Russians. Nina, who was used by Armenians in the middle of the last century.

Originated by a slavery. Ninati is the word “nigger”.

It means “dreamy”, “dreamer”.

This name has been promoted by M. Lermontov’s “Masquerade” drama, which was staged in the 1980s.

Now it’s a very common name.

Nora Nora Նորա On behalf of Nora, who came from literature (H. Ibzmann’s drama).

Now it’s a pretty common name.

Nune Նունէ To Syria. Nunos is female.

It means “saint” cleaner.

As a woman’s name is mentioned in ancient historical sources.

Now it is a revived and usable name.

Nunik, Nuno is the shortest.

Nunufar Նունուֆար The name of the nunular flower is Persian origin.

It was a fairly common name among Armenians of the Caucasus in the last century.

Also known as Nouno and Nunush diphtheria.

Nushig Nushik Նուշիկ Armenian Anush, the name of Anushik (Nushik).

There is also a short form of almond, but it should not be confused with the word almond.

Often called Nusho.

Shaghig Շաղիկ Armenian The short form of Shaghosk is composed of Armenian spells, like the name of Zoghik.

It is rarely used now.

Shahantukhd Շահանդուխտ Persian sah “king” and dukht “daughter”.

It means “princess”, “king’s daughter”.

Today, it is a common name among Armenians.

Shamam Shamam Շամամ Armenian shamam

It is used as an Armenian in the 14th century.

Shortly referred to as Shamik.

There is also the surname of Shamamyan.

Shamiram Shamiram Շամիրամ Assyrian legend, Semiram, Semiramoth, identifies Mesopotamian Ishtar Goddess.

Shamiram, as well as Ishtar’s names, have not been proven yet.

According to the tradition, she was a smart and powerful woman, led by many wars, conquered many countries.

Shamiram has fascinated everyone, and he was called a witch.

The name Shamiram is associated with our Ara (see M. Khorenatsi’s “Armenian History”).

Sharmagh Sharmagh Շարմաղ Armenian a coating of the word that hints the pure white, facial and skin.

In folk songs, we often meet the expression “stingy girl”.

Shake Shake Շաքէ According to something. know Dr. Garnik Asatryan, whose name is Shake, is a well-known name (like Karine, Armine, Lusine, and others that emerged in the late 19th century and are still being used today).
Shnorhig Shnorhik Շնորհիկ Armenian Thanks word.

It’s a new name.

It means “gifted”, “gifted”.

Shoghagat Shoghakat Շողակաթ Armenian shine and drip words.

It means “shimmering” and “drowning”.

One of the most used names in the last century.

There are also Shogho, Shogher, Shoghik in short and diminutive forms, which are independent names.

Shogher Shogher Շողեր Armenian the form of the plural of glossy words, “sparkling,” “light.”

Most of them are spread in the villages of the Ararat Valley.

Shoghig Shoghik Շողիկ Armenian From the word shine, the diminutive derivative.

It is quite an independent personality and is very popular among Armenians.

They are often referred to as Shoghik as well as Armenian women named Shoghakat, in a diminutive manner.

Shushan Shushan Շուշան Armenian lily flower on behalf of the Assyrians. the word susan or sausan.

As a personality, Armenians are mentioned in the IV century, Shushanik in the diminutive form.

Vosgehad Voskehat Ոսկեհատ Armenian gold and pieces of words.

A very common name was in the 19th century.

We meet in dialectic Oswechat.

Vosgi Voski Ոսկի Armenian The word gold is used as the oldest name, but it is dated back to the X century.

Usually used as a female name, although it is also for men

meeting.

People are also popular in the form of Oske, Osko.

Now it is a rare name.

Baydzar Պայծառ Bright adjective.

Meaning “fluffy”, “light”, corresponds to Russian. Svetlana, lyric. Clara names.

It is mentioned in the XIII century. It is also a common name now.

Shortly referred to as Patchik, Paseo.

Berjuhi Պերճուհի Armenian From Perch’s personal name, with female female derivatives (like Tigranuhi, Armenuhi, Haykou).

It’s a new and very common name.

Razmuhi Razmuhi Ռազմուհի Recently, as a female named after Razmik, was created in female descent.

A weakly used name.

Repega Rebeka Ռեբեկա Heb. On behalf of Ribaqa.

It means “opposition”.

He came from the Bible.

It is in use in my 17th century.

Now it is also a living name.

Rita Rita Ռիթա The diminutive form of the name Margarita is that it is also a genius among Germans and Russians.

Armenians have long used the name of Margaret, but in Rita we met only recently.

Ruzan Ruzan Ռուզան We meet this name at the end of the XIX century.

It was spread by Muratsan’s “Ruzan or Patriotic Mormon” with the influence of historical drama.

According to Justin, Ruzuda or Ruzuka is a short form of name.

Acharyan supports this opinion.

It is not excluded that the word ruz comes from the word “blonde”.

In the 14th century, we met Russel or Rugger.

It means “blonde bachelor” (as Turkish: Saribeg, which is also used in Armenians today).

Recently, we also meet Ruzanna, but the name Razan itself is female and does not need to be cured any more.

Satenig Satenik Սաթենիկ Armenian The word “amber” is a part of the word (like Varsenik, Arpenik).

A common name in the past century was Armenians.

Now it’s also in use.

The diminutive forms are Sato, Satin, Saten and others.

Salpi Salbi Սալբի Persian sarv, Turkish. From the word selvi.

It means “cypress”.

It has been used in the Armenians since XVII century.

Now it is a living name.

We also encounter the forms of Salv, Salou.

Sahaganush Sahakanush Սահականոյշ It is composed of the names of Sahak, with the names of the sweetest female footprints (like the Yervandaush, Haykanush).

This name has been used in the Armenians since IV century.

Santukhd Sandukht Սանդուխտ Persian saa and dukht are the words “daughter”.

According to Huybshman Sanatruk, the san form, meaning “the daughter of Sinotuk”.

The name used in the Armenians is from the ancient times.

Distorted form is also called Sanukha.

Sara Sara Սառա Heb. Sara’s name comes from the Old Testament.

It means “mistress”, “queen” (from srr “dominate”, asur, sarru “king”, Sairatu “queen”).

One of the oldest names among Armenians.

It is also seen in the form of Sarra.

Seta Seda Սեդա Arab The word seyda.

It means “mistress”.

This name has entered the Armenians since the IX century, but it has gradually been forgotten as many Arabic names that have been used in the Middle Ages.

It was rebuilt in the late 19th century with the influence of fiction.

Silva Silva Lat. silva common name.

It means “forest”, “garden”, “garden”.

As a personality it is visible to European peoples.

It has spread among Armenians in the last century under the influence of Killman’s “Silva” operetta.

Siran Siran Սիրան Short for Siranush
Siranush Siranush Սիրանոյշ Armenian love (love), sweet female suffix (like Vardanush, Hranush).

It is a popular and popular name among Armenians.

The diminutive forms are Siran, Sirush, Sirik and others.

Sirarpi Sirarpi Սիրարփի Armenian. love (love) and sunflower “sun”.

It means “sunshine love” or “sunflower love”.

It is a new name, created at the end of the last century. In Constantinople.

Now it’s quite common in Diaspora Armenians.

Sirun Sirun Սիրուն Armenian the beautiful word that is used in the name of the Beautiful name as its equivalent.
Sirvart Sirvard Սիրվարդ Armenian love (love) and rose, with the word “love rose”.

It is a new name, but quite common.

It is also seen as distorted in the form of Silvard.

Sona Sona Սոնա In the Armenian dialects the word sona means “tall,” “slender.”

Eccl. We frequently meet in the song “Sona Rar, Sona Nou”.

As a person is very popular among Armenians.

The Russians spread in the Caucasus. From Sonia.

And Sonia is the name of Sophia.

Sonik is also a diminutive form that often acts as an independent name.

Sofia Սոֆիա From the word safia is worded “wisdom.”

 

As a woman’s name, Armenians are mentioned in the 9th century as Sophia, and now it is a common name.

 

The diminutive forms are Sofik, Sopho, Sofi, Soph, Sopo.

Srpuhi Srbuhi Սրբուհի Armenian From the word “clean” to the word “pure”.

Named after Makruhui?

It is used in the Armenians from the 16th century.

It was especially popular in the 19th century.

Shortly referred to as Saints, Shrubs, Shoppers.

Sose Sose Սօսէ Armenian a pine tree (syrup), used as a female name.

Now it is a rare name.

Vazkanush Վազգանոյշ The name of Vazgen and the sweetest woman appeared on the end.

It means “daughter of Vazgen”.

Now it is a living name.

The shortest is Vazutsush.

Vanuhi Vanuhi Վանուհի This name was taken on behalf of Van city as “Birth of Van”, “Van Daughter”.
Vasganush Vaskanush Վասկանոյշ Armenian From the name of Vasak, with a sweet female footprint, as a “daughter of Vasak”, “Vasak Dukht”.

It should not be confused with the name Vankanush since it is composed of Vazgen.

Now it is rarely used.

Vartanush Vardanush Վարդանոյշ Sweet rose
Vartuhi Varduhi Վարդուհի Armenian From the word “rose” and “derivatives”.

Created as roses and Vardan’s namespaces.

It is used in the Armenians from the 17th century and is now a common name, equivalent to the name Vartanush, so it is often used by Vardoukh dynasty.

Varteres Varderes Վարդերես Armenian rose and face words.

It means “with a red cheek.”

A name created in recent centuries is likely to be a successful attempt to glorify Gyulizar.

However, as a male personality is not used today.

We have Varderesyan’s surname.

Vartiter Varditer Վարդիթեր Armenian rose and aphorisms.

It was spread among the Armenians in the late 19th century under the influence of Proshyan’s novel, Unu and Varditer.

Now it is a living name.

Varsenig Varsenik Վարսենիկ Armenian from the word keros, with the suffixes (like names of Arpenik, Saryik).

It means “chewing gum” and “lustrous hair”.

Varsik, Verso forms are also very popular among the people.

Now it’s a common name.

Vehanush Vehanush Վեհանոյշ Armenian High above and above, with sweet aromas (like Geghanush).

It was created in the XIX century and is still popular today.

Verkine Vergine Վերգինէ Lat. From Verginia:

It means “pure”, “virgin”.

It was distributed in the 19th century through fiction.

Now it’s a username.

This is a diminutive form of Vergo.

Վերջալոյս Armenian is the final word.

It means “sunset”.

It was created as an opposite name after Arshaluys (usually called the last ones).

A small utility name.

Datevig Tatevik Տաթեւիկ Created on behalf of Tatev monastery.

In ancient times, it was not used as a personal name, only recently.

Dikranuhi Tigranuhi Տիգրանուհի From the Tigran name, derived from derivatives.

It is one of the oldest names of Armenia that is still used today.

This is a shortcut to Tigush.

Diruhi Tiruhi Տիրուհի Armenian From the word “master” and “derivatives”.

It means “queen” and “princess”.

It is still mentioned in the XVII century.

Now it is a living name.

Its short form is Tirou, often seen as an independent name.

Tsoline Ցօլինէ Armenian , with the suffix (like Lusine, Marine).

It is a great personality, but it is quite common among the Diaspora Armenians and meets us too.

Tsoghig Ցողիկ Armenian dash (sprinkle), in the sense of “clear as dew,” “clear, transparent”.

Armenians are mentioned in the XIII century.

Now it’s a common name.

Patil Patil Փաթիլ Snowflake
Paylun Փայլուն Armenian shining quality adjective that is used as a female personality (similar to the Payroll male name).

We meet Armenians of the Caucasus.

There is also the shape of the bastard, Pearlich.

Parantsem Փառանձեմ Armenian the word “honor” and “soul”.

It is useless to use time immemorial.

The name Parandzem is mentioned in the bibliography since the 4th century.

Now it’s one of the common names.

Peruz Peruz Փերուզ Persian in the name of Piruza, the Arab. The turquoise word is “blue-colored stone.”

As a female figure in the 19th century, it was common among many Caucasian peoples.

We also meet in Piazza and Peruz.

Kami Kami Armenian for wind
Knar Knar Քնար Musical instrument Harp
Knkush Քնքուշ Armenian From the tender word.

As a personality used in the 14th century.

Now it is a living name.

Krisdine Kristine Քրիստինէ (Latin) Christine, follower of Christ

From the name of Khristine, which has many Christian nations (Kristina, Russian: Christian).

We are mentioned in ancient times.

It is used as the name of Christopher.

 

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