Translation of Armenian in Spanish:

Armenian

armenio, adj.

Pronunciation /ɑːˈmiːnɪən//ɑrˈminjən/

adjective

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    armenio

noun

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    (person)
    armenio masculine
    armenia feminine
    • There are also urban linguistic enclaves of Armenians, Greeks, Italians, and others.
    • It was only when Russia started assimilating land in that region that Armenians decided to side with them and become enemies with the Ottomans.
    • Some believe that Armenians are native to the Anatolian Highlands and the Ararat Valley of west-central Asia.
    • Albanians have often been confused with other ethnic groups, such as Greeks or Armenians.
    • Ethiopians are mostly Ethiopian Orthodox Christian, and Greeks and Armenians are Eastern Orthodox Christian.
    • The Armenians and Greeks preceded the Jews in taking advantage of the Ottoman reforms and modernizing their educational system.
    • Last century, the world was silent when, under the Ottomans, the Armenians were systematically slaughtered.
    • The Armenians and the Greeks share the altar and its painting.
    • Russians and Armenians were mentioned predominantly in crime-related articles.
    • This film is about the genocide perpetrated by the Turkish Army over Christian Armenians, on the territory of Russia.
    • We briefly visit the ornate Vank Cathedral, where Christian Armenians have worshipped since 1660.
    • Also deported from the Crimea were 37,000 Bulgarians, Greeks, and Armenians found guilty of collaborating with the Germans.
    • There was a mass exodus of Greeks and Armenians from Constantinople, as from the rest of Turkey.
    • All the Armenians soldiers in Ethiopia are pushing Mardekian to win, because they want a symbolic vengeance against the Turks.
    • In the Caucasus, the Armenians expelled their Azeris, the Azeris expelled their Armenians and the Abkhazians chased out their Georgians.
    • In 1989, Russians and Armenians each made up 5.6 percent of the population.
    • Yesterday, Armenians were remembering the first mass murder of civilians in the twentieth century.
    • The convent is a haven, in the same sense Israel calls itself a haven, in which descendants of Armenians who escaped Turkey's First World War massacres still live.
    • Thus Circassians, Albanians, Slavs, Greeks, Armenians and even Italians rose to occupy the highest offices of the Empire.
    • Many Georgian Americans have intermarried with Armenians, Russians, Jews, and Ukrainians.
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    (language)
    armenio masculine
    • He went on to study French, German, English, Latin, and Armenian at school.
    • The original sense of the term was ‘ashcake’, a bread cooked on the hearth, as related words in Pashto and Armenian make clear.
    • The Bible was translated into Armenian in the 5th century.
    • In Turkey most people speak Turkish but there is a large Kurdish minority and traditionally there were many Armenian and Greek speakers.
    • The monastic islet of San Lazzaro, where Byron learned Armenian - ‘so he could break his mind on something craggy’.
    • In nineteenth-century Turkey, for instance, many Armenians were afraid that if they were heard speaking Armenian, their tongues might be cut out by Turks.
    • We have also acquired a controlling interest in the lexicons of both Armenian and Uzbeck, as well as a minority shareholding in several obscure Romance dialects.
    • Other languages spoken in Iraq are Turkish, Aramaic, Kurdish, Armenian, and Persian.
    • I speak no Armenian, but even I could tell that she was telling him that he'd put too much cheese on.
    • The Armenian population speaks mostly Armenian or Turkish, while Assyrians speak Syriac.
    • It was also nice to hear a few snippets of Armenian in the background, even though I didn't have the slightest idea what they were talking about.
    • It's Armenian for ‘driven crazy by jabbering’
    • His Hebrew is fluent, as are his Arabic, Armenian and English.
    • Foreign language editions of his books include translations in Arabic, Armenian, Chinese, French, Hungarian, Russian, and Spanish.
    • I did not understand a word of Armenian nor did I have a clue about the rituals involved.
    • I listened intently; I'd never heard Armenian spoken before.
    • One hundred fifty thousand report Armenian as the language spoken at home in 1990, up from 102,387 in 1980.
    • The number of Persian, Armenian, and Greek terms in the various Romani dialects reflect their migrations, just as those related to Sanskrit and Hindi point to their common origin.