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1. 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…
2. ADAM
From Hebrew adam which means "earthly man". The pronunciation of this word was changed into atam as a result of historical sound alter (in some dialects - Hatam).The form Adam is a result of…
3. ARNAK
From the possessive case of the word ayr (arn) in Old Armenian and the sufix ak which means ''brave man''. Now it is still in use
4. ARSHAVIR
Is an ancient Armenian name, which according to Hyubshman means "man"(Zend aršan +vira).
5. AZNAVUR
From Armenian ''azn'', which means ''eminent man'', ''giant'' and ''titan''. In Georgian the form Aznaur is used. Nowadays we can meet the surname Aznavuryan very often though the name is not…
6. DERENIK
From Armenian deren "monastery man". The short forms is Dero, from which the surname Deroyan is formed.
7. GABRIEL
From Hebrew name Gabriel, consisting of geber "man", "male" and el "god" i.e. "god-man", "godlike man". This name is spread among all the Christian nations. In Armenia it is in use since VIII…
8. GISAK
From Armenian word gisak which means "hair" i.e. "hairy man". It goes back to heathen ages.
9. HRAYR
From Armenian hur "fire" and ayr "man". This name is still in use.
10. KAJAYR
From Armenian kaj "good" and ayr "man". It is a rare name now.
11. NORAYR
From neither Armenian nor "new" and ayr man. It is first mentioned in D. Trakatsi's "Grammar Translation" as an exclusively Armenian name. It is out of use now.
12. TIRAYR
From Armenian ter "master", "lord" and ayr "man" i.e. "master's man". It is in use since old times till now.
13. ZARMAYR
From Armenian zarmanali "amazing", "surprizing" + ayr "man".
14. ZHIRAYR
From Armenian zhir "active", "agile", and ayr "man" i.e. "agile man". It is common now, the short form is Zhirik.
15. ZORAYR
From Armenian zorayr (zor "mighty" and ayr "man"). The diminutive form is Zorik.

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