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1. ABBAS From Arabic abbas which means "cruel", "dreadful", "pugnacious". Hyubshman connects this word with Assyrian word awa(aba) which means "father". The Greek form of this word is abas (in Mar Abas 0.5 KB
2. ABDAL From Turkish word abdal that means "careless". Later it was changed into avdal and this very variant is usable. The base is Arabic word abdal, meaning "hermit". Nowadays this name is seldom used 0.3 KB
3. ABEDNAGOV Is of Assyrian origin, which literally means "Nagov's slave". It was widely used in the previous century. Very often this name is written with "t" confusing it with the word habet.
4. ABEL From Hebrew habel which means "mourning". Now it is used in the form of Abel as well as the corresponding surname Abelyan. According to Bible Adam's second son's name was Abel, who was killed by 0.2 KB
5. ABET See Habet.
6. ABGAR Basing on "Armenian History" of Movses Khorenatsi it is considered to be an Armenian word that means "older man". Later as to pronunciational difficulties the Assyrians and Greek perverted this 0.4 KB
7. ABIMELIK From Hebrew abi - "father" and melik - "king". The Assyrian variant is Abimelki. It used to be rather spread in Armenia in old days. Nowadays it is a rare name.
8. ABISAK From Hebrew name Abisak, the name of the Jewish king David's last wife's name, literal meaning of which is "father's degradation". It was used as both male and female name. Now it is almost 0.2 KB
9. ABISOGHOM From Hebrew name AbiĊĦalom, Abesalom. In Armenia the Greek variant of the name is partly used with historical Armenian sound alter (l
10. ABRAHAM From Hebrew abraham, which means "father of crowd" and also Abram - "High father" (Greek - Abraam, Latin - Abraham). In Armenian dictionaries the names Aprham, Apro, Apram as well as the surname 0.3 KB
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