Old Armenian
Proper noun
  1. The oldest attested form of the Armenian language, first written down at the beginning of the 5th century AD and spoken until 12th century; then replaced by Middle Armenian. Served as a literary language until the 18-19th centuries. Partly intelligible to speakers of modern Armenian.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: arménien ancien, arménien classique
  • German: Altarmenisch
  • Italian: armeno classico, grabar
  • Portuguese: arménio clássico (Portugal), armênio clássico (Brazil), arménio antigo (Portugal), armênio antigo (Brazil)
  • Russian: граба́р



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