The Armenian name of the Lord

The Armenian name of the Lord

Those familiar with Armenian Churches might have come across a mysterious sign on top of the main altar on numerous occasions. This curious sign “Է” as seen in the picture is the letter of the Armenian alphabet and has a very interesting history.

Armenian Names: From Ara to Zabelle

Armenian Names: From Ara to Zabelle

Armenian alphabet

I still sign my name in Armenian script, though I live in Orlando now. It just doesn't look right in Latin script, as if it's someone else's name and not mine. Armenian script and language are so beautiful ♡♡♡

Personalized Armenian Names, Armenian Letters and Armenian Alphabet by YevOfeh on Etsy

Personalized Armenian Names, Armenian Letters and Armenian Alphabet by YevOfeh on Etsy

Tortellini-Like Dumpling Soup with Labne, the Armenian MANTABOUR. This is like the Turkish mantı that I love so much. Similar dishes are eaten throughout Central Asia.

mantabour armenian yogurt dumpling soup step by step photo recipe manti tanabour labne armeniancooki

Behind the Name: Armenian Names

A list of common themes, linked to a search for the names that match that theme.

Armenian Name Bar Necklace by NicWhims on Etsy

Armenian Name Bar Necklace by NicWhims on Etsy

Armenian Names by Ani - www.armeniannamesbyani.com

Armenian Names by Ani - www.armeniannamesbyani.com

Tombstone of George Barton Peck, 1905-1928.  A growing population in Detroit meant a growing need for places to bury people — and an escalating demand for cemeteries that would welcome and accommodate people from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds. Walk through Evergreen and take in the Romanian, Ukranian, Greek, Hungarian, and Armenian names.

Romanian arch priests, Christmas tree smugglers, the first female cemetery commissioner and the only Detroit mayor to be recalled from office converge on this Woodward Avenue cemetery.

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