an ancient country in W Asia: now divided between Armenia, Turkey, and Iran.
Also called, Armenian Republic. a republic in Transcaucasia, S of Georgia and W of Azerbaijan. About 11,500 sq. mi. (29,800 sq. km).
a city in W central Colombia.
An additional three were arrested in Armenia and four in Medellín for their involvement, according to ICE.
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Not all the dominos have fallen: Armenia, for example, shelved its version of the anti-propaganda law after a Western outcry.
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Putin has successfully done so now in both the Ukraine and Armenia.
Putin’s Power Grab: First Armenia, Now Ukraine Will Cathcart December 3, 2013
His family had experienced real Nazis—not metaphorical ones—in Armenia during the Second World War.
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“I was raised with a huge Armenian influence, always hearing stories of Armenia, celebrating Armenian holidays,” said Kim.
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St. Bartholomew was put to death by a Roman governor in Armenia.
The Christ John Eleazer Remsburg
Say he may not sit upon the throne of Armenia, will he suffer from that as we shall suffer?
The retreat soon became a disorderly flight, Mithradates himself escaping with difficulty into Lesser Armenia.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 1 Various
So the soldiers were the guests of Armenia for the day, and rested for that night.
Nothing less than this, that Vabalathus has been made, by Aurelian and the senate, king of Armenia!
Aurelian William Ware
a republic in NW Asia: originally part of the historic Armenian kingdom; acquired by Russia in 1828; became the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1936; gained independence in 1991. It is mountainous, rising over 4000 m (13 000 ft). Language: Armenian. Religion: Christian (Armenian Apostolic) majority. Currency: dram. Capital: Yerevan. Pop: Pop: 2 974 184 (2013 est). Area: 29 800 sq km (11 490 sq miles)
a former kingdom in W Asia, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, south of Georgia
a town in central Colombia: centre of a coffee-growing district. Pop: 349 000 (2005 est)
Republic in extreme southwestern Asia, bordered by Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east, Iran to the south, and Turkey to the south and west. Yerevan is its capital and largest city.
Note: The former kingdom of Armenia included the present country, northeastern Turkey, and the northwest corner of Iran.
Note: Throughout their 2,500-year history, the Armenian people have been repeatedly invaded and oppressed by more powerful neighboring empires, which have included Greeks, Persians, Byzantines, Huns, Arabs, Mongols, Ottoman Turks, and Russians.
Note: Between 1894 and 1920, Armenians were the victims of a massacre organized by the Turks (see Armenian Massacres).
Note: In 1920, the Soviet Union annexed Armenia, but animosity remained strong between Armenians and Russians. When the Soviet Union began to crumble in 1991, Armenia was one of the first non-Baltic Soviet republics to declare its independence.
Note: Mainly Christian, Armenia has been involved in a bloody border dispute with neighboring Azerbaijan, which is mainly Muslim.
high land, occurs only in Authorized Version, 2 Kings 19:37; in Revised Version, “Ararat,” which is the Hebrew word. A country in western Asia lying between the Caspian and the Black Sea. Here the ark of Noah rested after the Deluge (Gen. 8:4). It is for the most part high table-land, and is watered by the Aras, the Kur, the Euphrates, and the Tigris. Ararat was properly the name of a part of ancient Armenia. Three provinces of Armenia are mentioned in Jer. 51:27, Ararat, Minni, and Ashchenaz. Some, however, think Minni a contraction for Armenia. (See ARARAT.)
of or relating to , its inhabitants, or their language. a native of . the language of the Armenians, an Indo-European language written in a distinctive script dating from the 5th century. Abbreviation: Arm. Contemporary Examples Last September, Putin paid a visit to Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, three months before the Vilnius Summit. Putin’s Power […]
- Armenian church
a Monophysite church organized in 1899 in the U.S. Historical Examples The Armenian Church is thus the oldest national Christian church in the world. The Golden Maiden A. G. Seklemian noun the national Church of Armenia, founded in the early fourth century ad, the dogmas and liturgy of which are similar to those of the […]
- Armenian cracker bread
noun See lavosh
- Armenian massacres
armenian massacres The killing of large numbers of Armenians who lived within the Ottoman Empire and its successor Turkish state in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. From 1915 to 1920, more than a million Armenians died as the result of executions, massacres, starvation, and other repressive measures, and many fled to the United […]
a city in extreme N France: World War I battles 1914, 1918. Historical Examples He was with the Canadians, too, when he was killed at armentieres, three months ago. The Sky Pilot in No Man’s Land Ralph Connor The line of opposing trenches was about a mile and a half east of armentieres. The Red […]