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  • By Night.jpg Welcome to the Armenian Wikibook. This guide will help you learn the basics of the Armenian language! Cover Alphabet Numbers Common
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  • Armenian_Colours‎ Armenian Colours Problems listening to this file? See media help.
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  • (edit this) Բարի գալուստ (talk) Learning the Armenian Language Alphabet • Numbers • Common Phrases • Animals • Around the House • Days of the Week
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  • (edit this) Բարի գալուստ (talk) Learning the Armenian Language Alphabet • Numbers • Common Phrases • Animals • Around the House • Days of the Week
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  • (edit this) Բարի գալուստ (talk) Learning the Armenian Language Alphabet • Numbers • Common Phrases • Animals • Around the House • Days of the Week
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  • English Eastern Armenian Western Armenian Transliteration Transliteration Hello բարև barev բարև parev Goodbye (formal) Ցտեսություն tstesutyoon Ցտեսութիւն
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  • (edit this) Բարի գալուստ (talk) Learning the Armenian Language Alphabet • Numbers • Common Phrases • Animals • Around the House • Days of the Week
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  • Հայերեն ~ English Learning the Armenian Language
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  • (edit this) Բարի գալուստ (talk) Learning the Armenian Language Alphabet • Numbers • Common Phrases • Animals • Around the House • Days of the Week
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  • usually called "doogh" (a Persian word) by Persian-Armenians. * Note: strawberry is usually called "klubneek" (a Russian word) by Eastern-Armenians.
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  • (Source: Wikipedia - Armenian Alphabet)
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  • section deals primarily with the Eastern Armenian dialect, the primary dialect of the country of Armenia. During Armenia's time as part of the Soviet Union
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  • package can be used to write in Armenian: or The Sylfaen font lacks italic and bold, but DejaVu Serif supports them. See Armenian Wikibooks for further details
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  • agree on the selection of a language of a smaller nation: visionaries have, as a matter of fact, proposed Norwegian and Armenian! It would require a good
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  • non-Slavic languages (total 38 characters) were added to Cyrillic. A ligature of Ech and Yiwn (և) (total 1 character) was added to Armenian. One deprecated
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  • The Albanian language belongs to the Indo-European family of languages but has its own specifics, similar to Greek or Armenian, which means it does not
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  • the Armenian Genocide. Most Armenians stayed on the Armenian plain remaining in historical Armenia under control of the Ottoman Empire. Armenians survived
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  • era, it became the official language of Azerbaijan only in 1978 (along with Georgian in Georgia and Armenian in Armenia). After independence, the Republic
    5 KB (638 words) - 16:45, 7 October 2013
  • Lithuanian 37 Filipino 38 Vietnamese 39 Icons 40 Armenian source https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IpkETNzRzletRpLEeLUK
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  • Peculiarities of English Slogan in Fashion Domain Partly developed books Albanian Armenian Basque Catalan Chechen Croatian Danish Estonian Hungarian Icelandic Italian
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