Armenian alphabet

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Noun1.Armenian alphabet - a writing system having an alphabet of 38 letters in which the Armenian language is written
alphabet - a character set that includes letters and is used to write a language
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Open Competition: Open tender for the right to a state contract to provide services for the organization and holding of the Day of the Armenian alphabet
The number of books in Ottoman Turkish published in the Armenian alphabet by this publishing house comes to 70.
For instance, before the invention of the Armenian alphabet in 405 CE, Armenians wrote in Greek.
I employ [the] letterism of the Armenian alphabet to express my message," Arthur K.
The voyage is dedicated to Saint Mesrob Mashdots, the father of the Armenian alphabet, as well as the 1700th anniversary of Christianity in Armenia.
The trip was initiated by its captain, author and human rights activist Zori Balayian, who used the Armenian tricolour as its main sail and carried the Armenian alphabet on 38 flags, one for each letter.
It was translated from Greek into Kurdish Kirmanji and printed in the Armenian alphabet in Istanbul by Armenian missionaries and saints.
Why should we celebrate 1,600 years of the Armenian alphabet when we don't utilize it today?
The visit coincided with the 90th anniversary of the genocide and the 1600th anniversary of the invention of the Armenian alphabet, he noted.
Traditionally, the Armenian alphabet of thirty-six letters was derived primarily from the Greek, though assuredly with Pahlevi and indirect Coptic influence.
She proudly told me that she had learned the Armenian alphabet (thirty-eight letters) in one week, so she could read the Bible and write to her children by herself.
The Armenian church has played a crucial role in the process of Armenianization; of course the church, in turn, was totally "Armenianized" already in the 5th century with the invention of the Armenian alphabet and the development of a church-based Armenian culture.

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