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  Eastern Armenian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eastern Armenian is one of the two modern dialects of Armenian (an Indo-European language), spoken in the Caucasus mountains (particularly in the Armenian Republic).
The phonology of Eastern Armenian preserves the three-way distinction in stops and affricates that is missing from Western Armenian.
In Eastern Armenian, the distinct conjugations in e and i merged as e.
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 Eastern Armenian -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The phonology of Eastern Armenian preserves the three-way distinction in stops and affricates that is missing from (additional info and facts about Western Armenian) Western Armenian.
Eastern Armenian nouns have seven (A portable container for carrying several objects) cases, one more than Western Armenian.
The present tense in Eastern Armenian is based on two (The inflection of verbs) conjugations (a, e).
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 Armenian language - Unipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken in the Caucasus mountains (particularly in the Armenian Republic) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora.
Armenian was historically split in to two vaguely-defined primary dialects: Eastern Armenian, the form spoken in modern-day Armenia, and Western Armenian, the form spoken by Armenians in Anatolia.
Verbs in Armenian have an expansive system of conjugation with two main verb types (three in Western Armenian) changing form based on tense, mood and aspect.
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 Heritage Language Journal :: Print Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eastern dialects are spoken primarily in Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Iran.
CS was sent to Armenian schools in Pasadena, California where she learned to read and write in Western Armenian; she learned English along with Western Armenian both in classes and from friends.
A conservative estimate for acquisition of the complete Western Armenian vowel system would be from ages 4 to 6 since the data in Irwin and Wong (1983) indicate that some of their subjects had not acquired all the vowels at age 4 while 98% of them had a complete system before age 6.
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 Beginner's Armenian (Hippocrene Beginner's) : Reviews, Ratings, Prices, Sale, Deals
Verbs have indicative, imperative, and subjunctive moods, and present, imperfect (continuous past), past (habitual past), conditional, and future tenses.
The negative of a verb is formed by placing a single letter at the beginning of the verb, and there is no special form for the interrogative in Armenian, being denoted only by a change in the voice.
Armenian has causative verbs and a compound past tense, using the auxiliary verb "have" to form it, as in "I have read," exactly the same as in English.
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 Chapter twelve   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
For Armenian still has four cases of nouns distinguished by endings and five of pronouns; and in verbs, without considering the infinitive and participles, it distinguishes by means of inflection active and passive, indicative, subjunctive and imperative, present, imperfect, simple and compound aorist, and corresponding to these double futures.
Armenian on the other hand splits the a completely to a, e, o in the European manner, and is thereby distinguished sharply from the [180] Aryan related languages, even if it may not coincide in individual examples with the European.
Notable is the preference of Iranian, Armenian and Slavic (in their oldest form) for the dental spirants over against the palatals of Sanskrit and the linguals of Lithuanian; but nothing is proved by this about the closer relationship of these languages to one another.
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 Eastern Armenian verb table -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The following is an (additional info and facts about Eastern Armenian) Eastern Armenian verb table.
The (additional info and facts about Western Armenian) Western Armenian verb table can be found (The present location; this place) here:
Note: the negative jussive forms may also be (in Eastern Armenian) ch'piti sirem, ch'piti sires, etc; ch'piti sirei, ch'piti sireir, etc.
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 Slavonic languages
Both the Western and Eastern variants (recensions) of the Old Church Slavonic language are preserved in manuscripts of the 11th century, while the East Slavic (Russian) variant is reflected in the oldest dated Slavic manuscript, The Ostromir Gospel (1056–57), and in many later texts.
The eastern South Slavic languages, Bulgarian and Macedonian, have lost the infinitive form of the verb through the influence of non-Slavic Balkan languages, and they have developed verb forms to differentiate between an action witnessed by the speaker and one not witnessed (hence only reported).
Originally the verb occupied the initial position, which throws light on the origin of the reflexive verbal forms; these may be traced to the Proto-Slavic combination of the verb with a reflexive pronoun that occurred immediately after the verb and was pronounced as one accentual unit with the verb.
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 The Language
Armenian is most closely related to Greek, but has many borrowed words from such Indo-Iranian languages as Pushto and Persian.
Eastern Armenian is used in Armenia and in enclaves in Azerbaijan and Iran.
Eastern Armenian has been influenced by two sets of Russian reforms and differs orthographically from Western Armenian; there are also phonological differences.
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 Germanic Linguistics
Also distinctive is a method of forming the passive voice by adding -s to the end of the verb or, in the case of the present tense, by changing the active ending -r to -s (-st in Icelandic).
A system of strong verbs developed as the result of vowel alternation (ablaut), as in sing, sang, sung, and a unique way of forming the past tense using weak verbs (jump, jumped) was created, probably by adding a form of did to the verb (I jump - did = I jumped).
The number of strong verbs in Germanic is steadily being reduced, and the system does not seem to permit the creation of new strong verbs.
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 airmails.ca - Eastern Armenian verb table   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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Table of Contents for Armenian for everyone : Western and Eastern Armenian in parallel lessons / by Gayane Hagopian, available from the Library of Congress.
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 Armenian language
Today Armenian is the mother tongue of more than 5 million people, of whom over 3 million live in Armenia; 1 million live elsewhere in the republics of the former Soviet Union; and the rest are in the Middle East, the Balkans, and the United States.
The history of the Armenian people is reflected in the sources of the words borrowed by their language.
For example, Armenian has absorbed words from Persian, owing to Parthian domination in the centuries immediately before and after Jesus, from Greek and Syriac as a result of Christian influence, from French during the Crusades, and from Turkish in the course of several centuries of Turkish rule.
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 The Food Timeline: history notes--bread
Armenian lavash has been prepared in the same way for thousands of years: Long sheets of dough are stretched and baked in a clay oven similar to an Indian tandoor.
Wherever it might have first appeared, the bagel's name as we know it today evolved slowly; based on the Yiddish verb beigen, meaning "to bend," the roll with the hole was called a beygel.The bagel persevered and flourished in Europe for a few centuries before heading for foreign shores.
It is now considered that brioche is derived from the verb "brier," and old Norman form of the verb broyuer meaning "to pound" (this is found in pain brie, a specialty of Normandy).
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 GREEK, Ancient
Accent placement was predictable generally only in finite verb forms and some noun forms, and in certain morphologically definable formations; otherwise it was unpredictable, and placement of accent served to distinguish words.
In the verb, the optative mood was increasingly on the wane, partly the result of sound changes that led to partial homophony, in several forms in the paradigm, with the subjunctive and, less so, with the indicative).
Similarly, the object may precede or follow the verb or even the subject, though weak pronominal objects generally occurred as clitics in second position within their clause, often as part of a string of clitic elements, including sentence connectives.
www.ling.ohio-state.edu /~bjoseph/articles/gancient.htm   (4337 words)

  
 Federico Mena Quintero - October 2005 Activity Log
That table only needs one byte per entry, since there are only actually about 60 scripts in Pango (actually, you need less than one byte per entry, but let's assume that one byte is the smallest unit that you can use comfortably).
In our table, we just cover the first 8192 characters — at one byte per entry, that's exactly 8 KB of memory which is shared across all processes, and is read-only.
Since the numbers that we store in that table are small — 0 through 62, which is the number of scripts in Pango — the upper bit is free for us to use.
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 Chemistry - Yoghurt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The word derives from the Turkish "yoğurt," deriving from the verb yoğurtmak, which means "to blend," a reference to how yoghurt is made.
Yoghurt remained primarily a food of Central and Eastern Europe until the 1900s, when a Russian biologist named Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov theorised that heavy consumption of yoghurt was responsible for the unusually long lifespans of the Bulgar people.
Yoghurt was first commercially produced and sold in the United States in 1929 by Armenian immigrants, Rose and Sarkis Colombosian, whose family business later became Colombo Yogurt.
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T here is an apparently odd strategy used to convey "agentive" pronominal readings in what are traditionally analysed as prenominal relatives in Western Armenian and Northen Ostyak: person/number markers ({\scaps pnm) }construed as pronominal {\scaps subj }s appear on the relative noun ({\scaps rn), }rather than on a modifying participle.
In (19a.) we see that in W. Armenian both the sentence adverb `yesterday' and the indirect object governed by the three-place predicate `give' appear in the prenominal relative.
In contrast, W. Armenian and N. Ostyak, as exemplars of Pattern A, exploit internal or functional aspects of encoding, while limiting the number of external structures required.
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 Middle East Forum
Its a verb, a "pay", and its accord used in your sentence is impossible because of the structure of the phrase.
The verb is Mednel the accord made in your sentence is medir...
Of course poor Stevy give himself the right to write in Armenian when his Armenian is not better then my English, and give himself the right of freely attack the French, when no one at Ararat forum understoud why Stevy boy was barking.
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 The false theory that Greek and Armenian Languages are related to each other [Archive] - Stormfront White Nationalist ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Armenian, Russian, and Greek are all Indo-European languages but Russian (Indo-Slavic) and Greek (Indo-Hellenic) belong to the Western Group of the Indo-European family of languages, whereas Armenian belongs to the Eastern group of the Indo-European languages, related to the Indo-Iranian group which also contains the Indo-Aryan group of languages.
You are wrong, for the distinction between Eastern and Western groups within the IE language family is very much existent, and it is based on the work of Pokorny, perhaps the most famous European linguist.
Armenian language: Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken in the Caucasus mountains (particularly in the Armenian Republic) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora.
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 Sanskrit studies and their impact (from Indo-European languages) --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs, and in the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong, indeed, that no philologer could examine them all three, without believing them to have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists.
In 1850 the German philologist August Schleicher did the same for Albanian, and in 1877 another German philologist, Heinrich Hübschmann, showed that Armenian was an independent branch of Indo-European, rather than a member of the Iranian subbranch.
Since then, the Indo-European family has been enlarged by the discovery of Tocharian and of Hittite and the other Anatolian languages, and by the recognition, with the aid of Hittite, that Lycian, known and partly deciphered already in the 19th century, belongs to the Anatolian branch of Indo-European.
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 The Armenian Church | History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
But by you also shall be made presents to the table of God, whence ye are become worthy before the rest to receive the spotless and incorruptible body and blood of our Saviour in commemoration of your salvation, as was formerly commanded through Moses by the Lord unto the priesthood of the Levites."[2]
In the canons of St. Sahak, which is a part of the Armenian Book of Canons, there are also specific instructions about the acquisition of the madaghs [agape meals] and the "first fruits," and about the different portions that must go to the married priests and the monasteries.
In our times, we work hard in order to build sanctuaries and cultural centres, but forget that funds are also necessary for the spiritual and charitable structure of the church.  We all know that a dedicated priest and devout lay leaders can make a great difference in the life of a parish.
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 The Periphery of Francia: Spain, Britain, Eastern Europe, & Scandinavia
My sources for all these tables are often given with the specific tables.
One detail noticeable on the maps but not thoroughly indicated in the table or genealogy below (but shown at right) is the temporary Aragonese Kingdom of Majorca, conquered from the Almohads and then left to a brother, James II, of Peter III.
Ironically, the rulers who were deprived of their home in Spain by force end up returning to rule all of Spain by invitation.
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 'Ono Kine Grindz: So Gong Dong
The service was excellent especially since the food appeared at my table in under 10 minutes even though the restaurant was practically full.
Jo, "kau kau" means to eat (verb), or food (noun) in Hawaiian terminology.
My brother told me that the Korean sea salt was better than table salt because it didn't have that metallic taste.
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 Compendium of World History - Vol. 1
The collective verb -- "they reigned" -- indicates other names are lost.
At the same time that Ur II lost control to the city of Adab, another city, far distant, on the Middle Euphrates, came into power.
The question of the corresponding years between Ibbi-Sin of Ur III and Ishbi-Irra, first king of Isin, has led to many learned articles in all the journals on Near Eastern Studies.
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 Freeware Download: Russian
To win, the German must march hard towards the Russian capital, capturing it ensuring them a great victory, on the other side, the Russians must keep Moscow out of German reach and drive axis units back to their starting position by the end of winter.
The number of words in a phrase can vary from three (subject, verb, object) to four (attribute, subject, verb, object).
Records it the table may be sorted by any column, in ascending or descending order.
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 Turkey - Travelgaido   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The biblical flood may be an account of this event.
Mount Ararat, at 5,166 m, is the country's highest point and the legendary landing place of Noah's Ark, lies in the mountains on the far eastern edge of the country.
The name derives from “dolmak”, the verb for “to fill”, as they used not to start the journey without a decent number of passengers.
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 Propria Quae Maribus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Eliza the cook was making pastry on the long oak table; her face was redder than her work accounted for.
Armenian, Polish, and Sicilian peasants were then introduced, whose limbs were free enough, goodness knows: they ranged themselves in a line opposite their stiff competitors, and a Bloomer took up the recitative.
This ended the lecture; and a dance of all ages and climes was proposed.
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