ասորի

ArmenianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Armenian ասորի (asori).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ասորի (asori)

  1. Syriac, Syrian (member of an ethnoreligious grouping indigenous to Syria and Mesopotamia, practicing various forms of Syriac Christianity and speaking Neo-Aramaic languages, historically also Classical Syriac; now variously self-identifying as Syriac, Aramean, Chaldean or Assyrian)

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  • Russian: айсо́р (ajsór)

See alsoEdit

Further readingEdit

  • Nierszesovicz, Deodatus (1695) , “assiriacus”, in Dictionarium Latino-Armenum [Latin–Armenian Dictionary], Rome: typis Sacrae Congr. de Propag. Fide, page 47a
  • Rivola, Francesco (1633) , “ասորի”, in Baṙagirkʿ hayocʿ [Dictionarium Armeno-Latinum], first published in 1621 in Milan, 2nd edition, Paris: Impensis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici, page 34, translated as assyrius, seu syrus
  • Villotte, Jacques (1714) , “assyrius”, in Dictionarium Novum Latino-Armenium [New Latin–Armenian Dictionary], Rome: Typis Sac. Congreg. de Propaganda Fide, page 70a

Old ArmenianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from Akkadian 𒀸𒋩 (Aššur), via Iranian: compare Parthian 𐭀𐭎𐭅𐭓(ʾswr /Āsōr/).

NounEdit

ասորի (asori)

  1. Syriac, Syrian (member of an ethnoreligious grouping indigenous to Syria and Mesopotamia, practicing Syriac Christianity and speaking Classical Syriac)
    • 5th century, Bible, Genesis 22.21:[1]
      զՈվքս զանդրանիկն նորա եւ զԲաւ զեղբայր նորա եւ զԿամուէլ հայր Ասորւոց
      zOvkʿs zandranikn nora ew zBaw zełbayr nora ew zKamuēl hayr Asorwocʿ
      • Translation by Brenton Septuagint Translation
        Uz the first-born, and Baux his brother, and Camuel the father of the Syrians

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Further readingEdit

  • Mxitʿar Sebastacʿi (1769) , “Ասորիք”, in Baṙgirkʿ Haykazean lezui. Baṙaran yatuk anuancʿ [Dictionary of the Armenian Language. Dictionary of Proper Names] (in Old Armenian), volume II, Venice: S. Lazarus Armenian Academy

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Zeytʿunyan A. S., editor (1985) Girkʿ cnndocʿ [Book of Genesis] (Hay hnaguyn tʿargmanakan hušarjanner; 1), critical text, Yerevan: Academy Press, pages 240–241