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21. SHAKAR From Armenian shakar "sugar"(Persian sakar) i.e. "sweet", "pleasant" (both male and female). It is used now in many regions in Armenia.
22. SHAKEH (cup-bearer of the prince) Rab-shakeh, cup-bearer of the prince. Its roots are from Asyrian language - the name given to the chief cup-bearer or the vizier of the Assyrian court. Easton's 0.2 KB
23. SHAMAM From Armenian shamam (melon sort). As a name it is in use in Armenia since XIV c. We also have Shamik for short and the surname Shamamyan.
24. SHAMIRAM From the name of Assyrian legendary queen (Samiram, Samiramoth). The name Shamiram is not etymologically established. According to the popular belief she was a clever and powerful woman who led 0.4 KB
25. SHAMUNEH Is the female variant of the Hebrew name Šamun (Shmavon) which means "obedient". It is in use now as well as the diminutive forms Shamun, Shamunik.
26. SHARMAGH From Armenian sharmagh "sieve" or "beautiful" which symbolizes whiteness of skin often met in songs. It is in use now.
27. SHIRIN From Persian širin "pleasant", "sweet" which came by means of literature ("Fahrat and Shirin" tale). It is in use now esp. in villages. The corresponding surname is Shirinyan.
28. SHNORHIK From Armenian shnorh "power", "gift" + ik diminutive suffix i.e. "talented", "capable".
29. SHOGHAKAT From Armenian shogh(k) "beam", "ray" and katel "to drip". It was very spread in XIX c. We also have the short forms Shogho, Shogher, Shoghik which are used independently.
30. SHOGHER Is the plural of the Armenian shogh "beam", "ray". It is mainly in use in Ararat villages.
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