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BAKALian (Ab) Grocer.
 
BAKALian (Ab) Grocer.
  
BAKAMJIan (T) Bakam is a type of red pear, the juice of which was used to dye felt for
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BAKAMJIan (T) Bakam is a type of tree, the sap of which was used to dye felt  
  
fez and saddle pads. Cesar Chekijian provides the following information on this
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for fez and saddle pads. Cesar Chekijian provides the following information on  
  
unique name: “In Aintab, Turkey, in the 1860’s two partners by the name of
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this unique name: “In Aintab, Turkey, in the 1860’s two partners by the name  
  
Yeghia who were in the lucrative felt (Keche in Turkish) making business and
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of Yeghia who were in the lucrative felt (Keche in Turkish) making business  
  
who were known as Kechejian, invented a dark blue/purple color dye from the
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and who were known as Kechejian, invented a dark red colored dye from the
  
‘Bakam’ tree, which is the name for a variety of pear tree grown near Aintab. The
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dark red/purple/maroon sap of the ‘Bakam’ tree, which is the name for a  
  
Dye became very popular for not running or fading, business prospered and so,
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variety of tree rown near Aintab. The dye became very popular for not running  
  
both partners’ families became known as the Bakamjians, and one partner’s
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or fading, business prospered and so, both partners’ families became known as  
  
daughter married the other partner’s son, creating one (and only) Bakamjian
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the Bakamjians, and one partner’s daughter married the other partner’s son,  
  
family. My aunt married Yeghia’s grandson (also named Yeghia – Eleazar: “God
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creating one (and only) Bakamjian family. My aunt married Yeghia’s grandson  
  
is my Help”), who was ordained in 1932 as Der Mesrob Bakamjian.”
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(also named Yeghia, who was ordained in  
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1932 as Der Mesrob Bakamjian.”
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My source is my first cousin Serco Bakamjian, who was Dr. Berge Bakamjian's
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uncle. Serco was one of the Committee members for the publication of the
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 +
authoritative three volume work "History of Aintab" in the 1950s. His
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knowledge of Aintab families was vast. He was my inspiration in pursuing our
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family tree and history. His father Rev. Mesrob Bakamjian was a teacher at a
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"College" (High School) in Aintab and one of the leaders of the Aintab
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community in Lebanon until the late 1950s.
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Serco had said that the tree had been imported from a secret origin and that
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they had referred to it as a "Pear Tree." Probably as a smoke screen.
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It is my conjecture that the "Pear Tree” was in reality a “bloodwood tree”
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imported from Morocco where it originated. The Meghrublian family in Aintab
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traded with Morocco (Maghreb is Arabic for Morocco). Resources such as the
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bloodwood tree would have easily gravitated from Morocco to Alexandria-Sanjak
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by sea and one more day by cart ride to Aintab.”
  
 
BAKARDZian See BAKIRJIan.
 
BAKARDZian See BAKIRJIan.
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BALOyan.Dim. of  
 
BALOyan.Dim. of  
  
BALTA-BASHJIan (T) Maker/seller of axes, cleavers, hatchets; woodcutter; sapper or  
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BALTAJIan (T) Maker/seller of axes, cleavers, hatchets; woodcutter; sapper or  
 
 
pioneer; fireman equipped with an axe; halberdier in the old Palace Guard of the
 
  
Sultan.
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pioneer (mil.); fireman equipped with an axe; halberdier in the old Palace
  
BALTAyan.See BALTA-BASHJIan
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Guard of the Sultan.
  
BALTAJIan See BALTA-BASHJIan
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BALTAyan.See BALTAJIan
  
 
BALTAZARian.See BAGHDASARian
 
BALTAZARian.See BAGHDASARian
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dough. Known also as saghi bourma, or sari bourma, both of which are variants of  
 
dough. Known also as saghi bourma, or sari bourma, both of which are variants of  
  
sareghi bourrma, a sultans head cover, which it is supposed to resemble.
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sareghi bourma, a sultans head cover, which it is supposed to resemble.
  
 
BOURMAyan.See BOURMAJIan
 
BOURMAyan.See BOURMAJIan

Revision as of 01:52, 22 January 2019

BAAGHJIan.

BABACHANian.See BABAJANian.

BABADSHANJANian.

BABAEGHian.

BABAIGHian.

BABAJANian (T/P) Dear father; good natured, fatherly.

BABAKian.

BABAKCHANian.

BABAKHANian (T) Princely father.

BABAKHANLOUyan (T) Like a princely father.

BABAMian (T) My father.

BABANian.

BABASian

BABASINian.

BABADZHANyan See BABAJANian.

BABAyan (T) Father, forefather, venerable man, head of a religious order.

BABian (T) Grandfather.

BABIGian Dim. of BABian.

BABIKian See BABIGian.

BABISSian.

BABKENian See PAPKENian.

BABLANian.

BABLOUZian (H) Conflation of Biblical locations of Babel and Uz. A Native thereof.

BABODJIan.

BABOGHLIan.(T) Grandfather’s son.

BABOOMian.

BABOUDJIan.

BABOUMian.

BABOUJian See PABOUJIan.

BABOyan.Dim. of BABian.

BABUJIan See PABOUJIan.

BACLACIan See BAKLAJIan.

BADACHIan.

BADAKian.

BADALIan (Ab/P) Substitute, equivalent; sum paid for exemption from military service.

BADAMian.

BADANAJIan (T) Whitewasher; preparer of color washes.

BADASHIan.

BADEERian.

BADEMian.

BADERian.

BADEREDJIan.

BADIGUian.

BADIKian.

BADISHKHANian (A) Juvenile prince.

BADJAKSEJIan See BAJAKSOUIZian.

BADJANian.

BADKAMADARian ( ) Bearer.

BADKERHANian.

BADMAKRian.

BADMAZian.

BADRIGian.(Gr) Patrikios (Patrick): Nobility.

BADRIKian.See BADRIGian.

BADVAGANian.

BAGBOUDARian.

BAGAMian.

BAGATOURian See BAHADOURian.

BAGAyan.

BAGDADian See BAGHDADian

BAGDASARian. See BAGHDASARian.

BAGDASSian. See BAGHDASARian.

BAGDASSARian See BAGHDASARian.

BAGDATian.See PAKRADian.

BAGDIGian.

BAGDIKian.

BAGDOyan.Dim. of BAGHDASARian.

BAGERDJIan.

BAGHALIan (Ab/T) Grocer.

BAGHAMian See BARGHAMian.

BAGHASSARian.See BAGHDASARian.

BAGHAZARian. See BAGHDASARian.

BAGHBOUDARian (A) Small drop. (T) Tie, bond, pruned garden.

BAGHCHAJIan (P/T) Gardener.

BAGHCHIan (P/T) Vine dresser.

BAGHCHEDJIan See BAGHCHAJIan.

BAGHCHEJIan See . BAGHCHAJIan

BAGHDADian (Ab) Native of Baghdad.

BAGHDADLIan.See BAGHDADian

BAGHDALIan.

BAGHDASARian (As) (Balthasar) Protector of the king: (Bibl.); Lord of Treasures;

Name of one of the three Magi.

BAGHDASian Dim. of BAGHDASARian.

BAGHDASSARian See BAGHDASARian.

BAGHDASSRian. See BAGHDASARian.

BAGHDIGian.Dim. of BAGHDASARian

BAGHDIKian.Dim. of BAGHDASARian

BAGHDOyan Dim. of BAGHDASARian

BAGHERian (T) Middle part of the body, bosom; (P/A) Vineyards.

BAGHJAHJIan See BAGHCHAJIan.

BAGHJIan See BAGHCHIan.

BAGHMANCHINian

BAGHMANyan.

BAGHOOMian See BAGHOUMian.

BAGHOUMian.

BAGHOYian.Dim. of BAGHDASARian

BAGHRAMian (T) My bosom, my heart.

BAGHRian

BAGHSARian.See BAGHDASARian

BAGian.

BAGIRian.

BAGISHKANian See BEGISHKHANian.

BAGLAGIan.See BAKLAJIan.

BAGOUMian.

BAGRADUNI.See PAKRADOUNI

BAGRAMian.

BAGRATOUNI See PAKRADOUNI.

BAGRATUNI See PAKRADOUNI.

BAGRian.

BAGUMian.See BAGOUMian.

BAHADIRian.See BAHADOURian.

BAHADOURian. (P) Brave; bold; gallant,;hero.

BAHADURian See BAHADOURian

BAHARian.(Ab) Vendor of allspice.

BAHAROZian.

BAHCHEJIan (T) See BAGHCHAJIan

BAHCHUVANian (T) Gardener.

BAHian.

BAHLAVIan.

BAHOOSian.

BAHTIARian See BAKHTYARian.

BAHTIYARian See BAKHTYARian

BAIBOURTian See BAYBOURTian

BAIBURTian See BAYBOURTian

BAIDARian See BAITARian, BAYTARian

BAIDZARian.(A) Clear, bright, shining.

BAIRAMian See BAYRAMian.

BAITARian (Ab/P) Veterinary surgeon.

BAJAKian.(T) Leggy person.

BAJAKSIZian.See BAJAKSUZian

BAJAKSUZian (T) Legless, shankless; therefore, someone short in stature.

BAJOyan.Dim. of BAJAKian.

BAKALian (Ab) Grocer.

BAKAMJIan (T) Bakam is a type of tree, the sap of which was used to dye felt

for fez and saddle pads. Cesar Chekijian provides the following information on

this unique name: “In Aintab, Turkey, in the 1860’s two partners by the name

of Yeghia who were in the lucrative felt (Keche in Turkish) making business

and who were known as Kechejian, invented a dark red colored dye from the

dark red/purple/maroon sap of the ‘Bakam’ tree, which is the name for a

variety of tree rown near Aintab. The dye became very popular for not running

or fading, business prospered and so, both partners’ families became known as

the Bakamjians, and one partner’s daughter married the other partner’s son,

creating one (and only) Bakamjian family. My aunt married Yeghia’s grandson

(also named Yeghia, who was ordained in

1932 as Der Mesrob Bakamjian.”

My source is my first cousin Serco Bakamjian, who was Dr. Berge Bakamjian's

uncle. Serco was one of the Committee members for the publication of the

authoritative three volume work "History of Aintab" in the 1950s. His

knowledge of Aintab families was vast. He was my inspiration in pursuing our

family tree and history. His father Rev. Mesrob Bakamjian was a teacher at a

"College" (High School) in Aintab and one of the leaders of the Aintab

community in Lebanon until the late 1950s.

Serco had said that the tree had been imported from a secret origin and that

they had referred to it as a "Pear Tree." Probably as a smoke screen.

It is my conjecture that the "Pear Tree” was in reality a “bloodwood tree”

imported from Morocco where it originated. The Meghrublian family in Aintab

traded with Morocco (Maghreb is Arabic for Morocco). Resources such as the

bloodwood tree would have easily gravitated from Morocco to Alexandria-Sanjak

by sea and one more day by cart ride to Aintab.”

BAKARDZian See BAKIRJIan.

BAKERian See BAKIRJIan.

BAKERDJIan See BAKIRJIan.

BAKERJIan See BAKIRJIan.

BAKHCHINian.

BAKHTYARian (P) Lucky, fortunate.

BAKHTIARian.See BAKHTYARian

BAKIMJIan

BAKIRCIyan See BAKIRJIan

BAKIRJIan (T) Coppersmith.

BAKIRTSIan (T) Native of Bakir Madan, Historic Armenia.

BAKJIan.

BAKKALian See BAKALian.

BAKLADJIan.See BAKLAJIan.

BAKLAGIan.See BAKLAJIan.

BAKLAJIan.(T) Dealer in broad beans.

BAKLARZian.See BAKLAJIan.

BAKLAVian.

BAKLAyan See BAKLAJIan

BAKMAZian See PEKMEZian.

BAKOyan.Dim. of

BAKRAJIan (Ab/T) Maker/seller of copper buckets, coffee pots.

BAKRDJIan See BAKRAJIan or BAKIRJIan.

BAKTRAyan.

BALABANian 1. (T) Huge bear-like man; 2. (T) Maker/player of a double-reed wind

instrument the origin of which is the Armenian doudoug.3. (P) Native of Balaban Khoy, a

village in Aland Rural District, Safayyeh District, Khoy County, West Azerbaijan

Province, Iran

BALABEGian (T) Young tiger, young prince.

BALADJIan (P) Honeymoon.

BALADOUNI

BALAKian (T) Buffalo calf. (H) A Biblical character described in the Book of Numbers,

and who was opposed to the Israelites who had been brought out of Egypt.

BALALIan.

BALAMian (T) My child. My honey.

BALANian (T) porch.

BALASANian (P) Dispenser of balm, balsam.

BALASSANian See BALASANian.

BALAyan (P/T) High, eminent; honeymoon; child.

BALBALIan.( ) Native of village in Cilicia, Historic Armenia.

BALCIyan (T) See BALJIan

BALDADian (T) Taste or gift of honey.

BALDERian.

BALDURian.

BALEKian.See BALUKJIan.

BALEKDJIan.See BALUKJIan.

BALEKJIan See BALUKJIan.

BALEMian.See BALAMian.

BALGIan.See BALJIan.

BALGOCHIan.

BALian (P/T) Dear honey.

BALIGian Dim. of BALian.

BALIKian.Dim. of BALian.

BALIKJIan See BALUKJIan.

BALIMian See BALAMian.

BALIOZian (T) See BALYOZian.

BALJIan (T) Purveyor of honey.

BALKHian

BALKIan.

BALLARian.

BALMANOUGian (T/A) Honey child or baby child..

BALMANOUKian. See BALMANOUGian

BALMANUKian.See BALMANOUGian

BALOLIan.See BALOULIan

BALOULIan (T) Derived from bahalu or pahali: dear, high-priced.

BALOUMian See BALAMian.

BALOyan.Dim. of

BALTAJIan (T) Maker/seller of axes, cleavers, hatchets; woodcutter; sapper or

pioneer (mil.); fireman equipped with an axe; halberdier in the old Palace

Guard of the Sultan.

BALTAyan.See BALTAJIan

BALTAZARian.See BAGHDASARian

BALUKJIan. (T) Fisherman, fishmonger

BALULIan.See BALOULian.

BALUSHian.

BALYOSian (T) Old title of Venetian Ambassador, applied vulgarly also to foreign \

consuls.

BALYOZian (T) Dealer in sledgehammers.

BANian.

BANAyan.

BANDAHian

BANDARyan.

BANDAyan.

BANDAZian (P) Dealer in banding materials.

BANDEyan.

BANDOyan.Dim. of BANDAZian.

BANERian.

BANian

BANIRian (A) Cheese maker/dealer. See PEYNIRJIan.

BANJARJIan

BANKian

BANNAyan (T) Fit, proper, suitable.

BANOSian.

BANOyan.Dim. of

BAPELIan.See PAPELian

BARASATian.

BARian.

BARAGHian.

BARAJIan.

BARAJIKian.

BARAKHian.

BARALIan.

BARANian.

BARASADJIan.

BARAVARian.

BARBARian.

BARBATian.

BARBERian.

BARBOyan.Dim. of

BARDAKian See BARDAKJIan

BARDAKDJIan. See BARDAKJian.

BARDAKJIan. (T) Maker/seller of drinking glasses/cups.

BARDEZBANian.See BARDIZBANian

BARDISBANian.See BARDIZBANian

BARDIZian. See BARDIZBANian

BARDIZBANian (A) Gardener.

BARDOORian.

BAREDian.

BARFARian.

BARGAMian.See BARGHAMian.

BARGDASARian.See BAGHDASARian.

BARGHAMian (Ab/As) Son of the people.

BARGHOUTian. See . BARKHOUDARian.

BARGOUDIAN See . BARKHOUDARian.

BARHORDARian See . BARKHOUDARian

BARIGian.Dim. of

BARIKian

BARJIJIan.

BARKAyan.

BARKEVian ( ) Gift.

BARKHORDARian See . BARKHOUDARian.

BARKHOUDAHian

BARKHOUDARian (P) Fortunate.

BARMAKian.See PARMAKian.

BARMAKSEZian.See PARMAKSZian.

BARMAKSZian. See PARMAKSZian.

BARMAZian.

BARONian.(A) Princely title of respect dating back to the Rupenian Dynasty in feudal

times.

BAROORian See BAROUYRian

BAROOSHian.

BAROOTJIan See BAROUTJIan

BAROOYRian See BAROUYRian

BAROTian See BAROUTJIan

BAROUDJIan See BAROUTJIan.

BAROUNian.

BAROUSHian.

BAROUTJIan Gunpowder maker/dealer..

BAROUYRian (A) Circuit, ring, circle.

BAROVian.

BARRONian See BARONian.

BARSAMian (Ab/As) Son of abstainer, fasting.

BARSANian See BARSAMian.

BARSANOGULLARian.

BARSEGHian.See PARSEGHian

BARSEKian. See PARSEGHian

BARSOian.Dim. of PARSEGHian

BARSOOMian.See BARSOUMIan.

BARSOUyan.Dim. of BARSOUMian.

BARSOUMian.

BARSUMian.See BARSOUMIan.

BARTEKian.

BARTEVian.( ) Parthian

BARTIGian.

BARTOGHOMEOSian See PARTOUGHIMEOSian.

BARUTCUyan. See BAROUTJIan

BARUTJIan See BAROUTJIan

BARYSHian.

BASAMIyan

BASian.

BASDAJIan.See BASTAJIan.

BASDEKian.

BASHian.(T) Headman.

BASHJIan.See BASHian.

BASHMAKian See BASHMAKCHIan

BASHMAKCHIan (T) Shoemaker, or someone who looks after the removed shoes of

those entering a mosque.

BASMADJIan. See BASMAJIan.

BASMAGIan See BASMAJIan.

BASMAJIan (T) Printed cloth or calico maker/seller, dry goods dealer.

BASMARJIan. See BASMAJIan.

BASRALIan (Ab) Native of Basra, Iraq.

BASSENian.

BASSMADJIan.See BASMAJIan.

BASTADJIan See BASTAJIan

BASTAJIan (T) Street pushcart vendor.

BASTEGian.

BASTEKian.

BASTERMAJIan See PASTERMAJIan.

BASTian.

BATAKian (T) Quagmire, bog, marsh; about to sink or perish; desperate (condition or

affair).

BATALIan.

BATIKian (T) Submerged.

BATMANian.

BATMANOZERian

BATMASian See BATMAZian

BATMASUHian See BATMAZian

BATMAZian (T) Not destroyed, not to go out of existence.

BATOyan.

BATTAyan.

BATZANian.

BAVOUKian

BAYADyan See BAYATian.

BAYATian (T) Stale, not fresh.

BAYBOURTian ( ) Native of Bayburt, a city near Erzerum in Historic Armenia.

BAYBURTian See BAYBOURTian.

BAYDARian See BAITARian, BAYTARian.

BAYDian.

BAYENDERian.

BAYERian.

BAYIZian.

BAYLARian.See BEYLERian

BAYLERian.See BEYLERian

BAYMOUSHAKian

BAYNEyan

BAYRAKDARian (P) Standard bearer

BAYRAKTARian See BAYRAKDARian

BAYRAMian (Ab) Moslem religious feast (holiday) following Ramadan

BAYRAMSHIan.

BAYTARian (Ab) Farrier. See BAITARian.

BAYZARian.See BAIDZARian.

BAZian. Dim. of BAZARBASHian, BAZARGANian,.BAZZAZian, BASMAJIan.

BAZARBACHian.See BAZARBASHian.

BAZARBASHian.(P/T) Head of the marketplace.

BAZARGANian.(P) Itinerant merchant; peddler.

BAZAZian See BAZZAZian

BAZERJIan.

BAZEyan.

BAZIKian See BEZEKCHIan

BAZILian.

BAZIRGANian See BAZARGANian.

BAZIRGIan Dim. of BAZARGANian.

BAZIRJIan.

BAZMAJIan.See BASMAJIan.

BAZOUKian.

BAZOyan.Dim. of BAZARBASHian, BAZARGANian, BEZAZian, BASMAJIan.

BAZZAZian (P/Ab) Linen-draper.

BCHAKJIan See BUCHAKJian.

BCHTIKian.

BEBEKian.(T) Doll maker/vendor.

BEBEKJIan See BEBEKian.

BEBERian.

BEBIRian.

BEBOyan.Dim. of

BECHAKDJIan See BICHAKJIan.

BECHLIan See BESHLIan.

BECIDian See BEJITian

BECIDyan See BEJITian

BEDELian.See BADALIAN.

BEDian.Dim. of BEDEVian, BEDROSian, HAIRABEDian, GARABEDian, etc.

BEDERian.

BEDEVIan (P/T) Bedouin, nomad; (K) Beauty.

BEDEyan.

BEDIGHian. Dim. of BEDROSian

BEDIKian. Dim. of BEDROSian

BEDIRian.

BEDISHian.

BEDIVIan.See BEDEVian.

BEDOHian.Dim. of BEDROSian

BEDONian.

BEDOUKian

BEDOYan. Dim. of BEDROSian

BEDRASSian. See BEDROSian

BEDROSian (Gr) Petros: Rock, stone..

BEDROSSian.See BEDROSian

BEGHian.

BEGHOZian.

BEGian (K) Lord.

BEGIJANian.(K/P) Dear lord..

BEGLARian.(K) Lords.

BEGLIan (K) Lord-like

BEGNAZARian (K/Ab) Lord Nazar.

BEGOUMian.(K/T) My lord.

BEHESNILIan.\ ( ) Native of Behesnil in Historic Armenia.

BEIKian.See BEGian.

BEJAKian.SDee BICHAKJIan.

BEJANian.

BEJIan.

BEJITian (T): Necessary.

BEJOyan.Dim. of

BEKARian (T) Celibate, bachelor, provincial living alone in a large town.

BEKCHIan (T) (Night) watchman, sentry, forest guard, warden.

BEKDEMERian

BEKEARian.

BEKEREDJIan.

BEKERian.

BEKian See BEGian.

BEKIARian.See BEGLARian.

BEKJIan See BEKCHIan.

BEKLIan.See BEGLIan.

BEKMEJIan.

BEKMESEyan.See PEKMEZian.

BEKMEZian. See PEKMEZian.

BEKMEZDJIan. See PEKMEZian.

BEKNAZARian.See BEGNAZARian.

BEKTASHIan (T) Belonging to the Bektashi sect of Dervishes. Freethinker, dissolute.

BEKZADian.

BELAyan (T) Grief. See BALAyan.

BELEDIan (T) Belonging to a town; local, municipal; civic.

BELEKDANian (T) Belik: plait of hair.

BELEKHian.

BELEMJIan.

BELIan.

BELINian.

BELOyan.Dim. of

BENian (T) See BENLIan

BENDAyan See BENDEyan

BENDEyan (T) Servant.

BENDian (P/T) Tie, band, bind, fastening vendor.

BENDIKian.Dim. of BENDian.

BENGLIan.See BENLIan

BENGOyan Dim. of BENGLIan, PENIAMINian. ?.

BENLIan (T) Having a mole or beauty spot on the face or body.

BENNAyan See BANNAyan

BENNEyan See BANNAyan

BENONian.

BEOREKJIan (T) Maker/seller of meat/cheese turnovers.

BERAKEHian

BERAZian.

BERBERian (T) Barber, hairdresser.

BEREDJIKLIan.See BEREJIKLIan.

BEREJIKian.See BEREJIKLIan.

BEREJIKLIan. ( ) Native of Berejik, a town in Historic Armenia.

BEREKGIan.

BERERian

BERGian. (A/K) Native of Berg, a village in the vicinity of Kars, in Historic

Armenia

BERGOUDian.

BERGUBEGian (A/K) Native of Berg, a village in the vicinity of Kars, in Historic

Armenia. Beg is Kurdish for lord, therefore: lord of the village.

BERian.

BERJian (A) Elegant, superb, pompous.

BERJANOUSHian.(A) Feminine form of BERJian.

BERJOOHIyan.See BERJOUHIyan

BERJOUHIyan.(A) Feminine form of BERJian.

BERKSANLARian.

BEROUDian.

BERSAMian. See BARSAMian.

BERTIGian.

BERTIZian ( ) Native of Bertiz in Historic Armenia.

BERZJIan.See BEZJIan.

BESian.

BESHian.See BESHLIan.

BESHARian.

BESHGETOORian.See BESHGEURTEURian.

BESHGETURian.See BESHGEURTEURian.

BESHGEUTEURian (T) Hold or contain five

BESHGUTURian See BESHGEUTEURian.

BESHIGJIan (T) Cradle builder/seller.

BESHIGTASHLIan (T) Stone/rock cradle, Name of district in Istanbul.

BESHLIan. (T) One of five.

BESNILIan.

BESHTEPE (T) Five hills.

BESTEPE See BESHTEPE.

BEUDJEKian.

BEUGEKian buchuk?

BEUREKJIan.See BEOREKJIan.

BEURKLIan.

BEYAZian White. Someone with light coloredskin.

BEYLERian.(T) Plural possessive form of bey, formerly a title inferior to pasha and

superior to agha. Later used to denote gentleman, prince, chief.

BEYLIKian

BEYLIKJIan

BEZAZian See BAZZAZian.

BEZDIGian.See BZDIGian.

BEZDIKian.See BZDIGIan.

BEZDJIan.See BEZJIan.

BEZEKCHIan (T) Decorator, especially one who dresses brides.

BEZIDJIan.

BEZIKian.See BEZEKCHIan

BEZIRian.See BEZIRJIan.

BEZIRGANian (P/T) One who exploits religion or politics for his own ends.

See BAZARGANian.

BEZIRJIan.(T) Linseed grower/seller.

BEZJIan (T) Dealer in linen, cotton cloth, canvas.

BEZZAZian See BEZAZian, BAZAZian, BAZZAZian.

BIBERian (T) Cultivates and/or markets peppers or pimientos.

BIBERJIan See BIBERian.

BIBULian See BOULBOULian.

BICHAKJIan See BUCHAKJIan.

BIDILIKian.

BIDOyan.Dim. of

BIDROSian ( ) See BEDROSian.

BIGDERian.

BIJAKJIan.See BUCHAKJIan.

BIJIMENian.

BIKLARian.

BILALian

BILANian.

BILAZARian.(T) Without reprimand or reproach.

BILBILian.

BILBULian.See BOULBOULian.

BILEMDJIan See BILEMJIan.

BILEMJIan (T) One who sharpens knives and scissors.

BILEZERian.See BILAZARian.

BILEZIKian See BILEZIKJIan.

BILEZIKJIan. (T) Bracelet, bangle, wristlet, collet dealer.

BILIZERian.

BILZERian.

BINBASHian Military rank of Major.

BINGAZian

BIRAZian (T) A little; rather, Originally BOYRAZIAN (Moving with the wind) boy:

height, stature; raz: secret, mystery.

BIREBIRian

BITCHAKJIan See BICHAKJIan.

BIUCKian.

BIYAZian See BEYAZian, PIYAZian.

BIZDIKian See BZDIGian.

BLAJIan.

BLAyan

BLBULian See BOULBOULian.

BLIKian.

BLODJIan.

BOYAN

BOBian See BABian.

BOBELIan Native of village of Bobe ?

BOBIGian.

BOBOyan.Dim. of

BOCEKCian See BOJEKJIan

BOCian.

BOCKian.

BOCOTZIan.

BODian.

BODIKian.

BODOSian.

BODOURian.(T) Diminutive, stocky, squat, dwarfish, dumpy.

BODOZIan.

BODRIGHian.See BADRIGian.

BODURian See BODOURian

BODURJANian.(T/P) Dear little one.

BOEREKJIan.

BOGASian.See BOGHOSian

BOGASSian.See BOGHOSian

BOGAZian.

BOGDANian (Rs) God given, senior.

BOGDASARian See BAGHDASARian

BOGHAZLIan (T) Gluttonous.

BOGHARian.See POGHARARian

BOGHCHALIian See BOGHCHAyan

BOGHCHAyan (T) Bundle

BOGHIGian.Dim. of BOGHOSian.

BOGHIKian.Dim. of BOGHOSian

BOGHJALIan.See BOGHCHAyan

BOGHOyan Dim. of BOGHOSian, BOGHCHAyan, etc.

BOGHOSian (G) Small, minor.

BOGHOSCHIKian.

BOGHOSSian. See BOGHOSian.

BOGHOZian See BOGHOSian.

BOGIGian Dim. of BOGDANian, BOGHOSian.

BOGOyan . Dim. of BOGDANian, BOGHOSian.

BOGONian.

BOGOSian See BOGHOSian.

BOGOSSian. See BOGHOSian.

BOHAJIan. See BOYAJIan. This misspelling of Boyajian is an example of the variances

that can result from the differences between Eastern and Western Armenian. As a

conjecture, the following scenario is plausible.

When an Eastern Armenian-speaking person bears the name Boyajian, he writes

the name with the spelling of the letter J (hee) for the y sound instead of (yech) as

is done in Western Armenian. Then, when a Western Armenian-speaking person

sees the name Boyajian spelled with the letter J (hee), he pronounces it Bohajian.

BOHATian (T) Bootblack.

BOHCHAian See BOGHCHAyan

BOHCHALIan See BOGHCHAyan

BOHCHELIan. See BOGHCHAyan

BOHDJELIan. See BOGHCHAyan

BOHEGian See BOGHOSian,

BOHIGIAN See BOGHOSian,

BOHIKian See BOGHOSian..

BOHJALIan See BOGHCHAyan

BOHJELIan. See BOGHCHAyan

BOHTCHALIan See BOGHCHAyan

BOIADJIan.See BOYAJIan.

BOIAGIan. See BOYAJIan.

BOIANGIan. See BOYAJIan.

BOJAKSIZian.See BAJAKSOUZian.

BOJEKian.See BOJEKJIan

BOJEKJIan (T) Lobsterman.

BOKATZIan.

BOLAyan.

BOLADian.See PULADian.

BOLANian.

BOLATian See PULADian.

BOLOyan.See BOULIBEGian, BOULEYan, BOULIGian, BOULian.

BOLSETSIan..Native of Istanboul.

BOLSETZIan.See BOLSETSIan.

BOMOUSHAKian

BONAPARTIian.

BONDATZIan.

BONDJOUKDJIan See BONJOUKJIan.

BONDOSian.

BONIATian.

BONIABOGHANian.

BONJOKian.See BONJOUKLIan or BONJOUKJIan . BONJOUKJIan (T) Maker or seller of glass beads.

BONJOUKLIan (T) Adorned with beads, especially a blue bead in a child’s hair or a

horse’s mane to avert the evl eye.

BONJUKJIan See BONJOUKJIan.

BONJUKLIan See BONJOUKLIan.

BONSUKian.

BOODAGHian.See BOUDOUGHian, BOUDAKian.

BOODAKian.See BOUDAKian.

BOODANian.

BOOGDANian.See BOGDANian.

BOOKRAJIan See BAKRAJIan.

BOOLGHOORJIan See BULGHOURian.

BOOLOOZian.

BOOLUZian.

BOORJIan.See BOUROUJIan.

BOORNAZian.See BOURNAZian.

BOOROOJIan See BOUROUJIan.

BOORUJIan. See BOUROUJIan.

BORANian See BORANJIan.

BORANJIan (T) Borani: a dish of vegetables and rice

BORHANian.See BORANJIan.

BORian.

BOREKCIyan.See BEOREKJIan.

BOREKJIan See BEOREKJIan.

BORNOZian See BOURNOUZian.

BORODian.

BOROOGian.

BOROyan

BORUGian.

BORZAKian.

BOSHian.

BOSHNAKian (T) Native of Bosnia.

BOSKOURDian.

BOSNian.

BOSTAGIan.See BASTAJIan.

BOSTANian.See BOSTANJIan.

BOSTANJIan (T) Vegetable, cucumber, melon gardener, truck farmer.

BOSTONian.

BOTADJIan.

BOUBOUCHIan.

BOUCHAKian.See BUCHAKJIan.

BOUDAGHian (T) Branch, grapevine.

BOUDAKian (P) Guelder-rose (Dutch) a cultivated variety of the cranberry tree, or bush

with large globose heads of sterile flowers; snowball tree.

BOUDAKLIan See BOUDAKian.

BOUDOUGHian.(A) Fruit vendor.

BOUJICANian (T) Buchuk: half; an: man; a short man.

BOUJIKian

BOUJOUKian.

BOUJOULIan.

BOUKOUKHLIan.

BOULBOULian (Ab) Nightingale.

BOULIan.

BOULDOUKian See PELTEKian.

BOULDOyan.Dim. of PELTEKian.

BOULGHOURJIan.See BULGHOURian.

BOULGOURJIan. See BULGHOURian.

BOULOUTian.(T) Cloud.

BOURCHOLIan.

BOURGHOLian See BULGHOURian.

BOURGOUJIan. (T) Driller, corkscrew-maker

BOURian.

BOURJEKian (T) Burchak: Cultivator of vetch, as feed for farm animals.

BOURMAJIan (T) Preparer/seller of a sweet dessert made of walnuts rolled in flaky

dough. Known also as saghi bourma, or sari bourma, both of which are variants of

sareghi bourma, a sultans head cover, which it is supposed to resemble.

BOURMAyan.See BOURMAJIan

BOURNAZian See BOURNOUZian

BOURNOUTian (Ab) Variant of burun otu: nose weed, or snuff. Snuffing tobacco

dealer.

The foregoing has been attested to by Prof. George Bournoutian of Iona College,

who states, “You are correct. The family is from Van and yes they must have

been selling snuff tobacco sometime in the 19th century.”

BOURNOUZian (Ab) Burnoose, woolen cloak, bathrobe dealer.

BOUROUJIan (T) Silkworm thread spinner, whose work follows removal of the silk

thread from the cocoon, which has been soaked in water, and which thread has

been subsequently dried and dyed.

BOUROUNSOUZian.(T) Literally, without a nose; figuratively, having no sense of

smell, or, possessed of low self-esteem, as the nose was considered a symbol of pride.

BOURSALIan (Gr) Native of city of Bursa in Historic Armenia.

BOUSian Truncation of BOGOSian. See BOGHOSian.

BOUTCHAKDJIan See BUCHAKJIan.

BOUTSASKTSIan ( ) Native of

BOVian.

BOYan.

BOYACIan See BOYAJIan

BOYADGIan See BOYAJIan.

BOYADJIan SEE BOYAJIan.

BOYADZHIan See BOYAJIan

BOYAJAYan.See BOYAJIan

BOYAJIan (T) dyer, colorman, bootblack, house painter, fine arts painter, dealer in

paints.

BOYALIan.

BOYAMian (T) One of common or ordinary height.

BOYAN Dim. of BOGHOAian, BOYAJIan.

BOYATZIan.

BOYMOUSHAKian

BOYNERian

BOYRAZian.

BOZAyan.

BOZABALIan.

BOZADJIan See BOZAJIan

BOZAJIan (T) A bozaji is a purveyor of boza, a fermented drink made from millet. The

boza ale has recently gained wider popularity. Here follows a quotation from the

Bizarre News Magazine issue of January 17, 2007:

Breast-Enhancing Beer Gains Popularity

LONDON, Since Bulgaria joined the European Union, sales of Boza Ale, which claims

to give women bigger breasts, has skyrocketed. European men have been

purchasing the beer, made from yeast and fermented flour, for European women

since the extra taxes were removed with EU participation, Britain's the Sun

reported Monday. Bar owners and shopkeepers are also stocking up, the report

said. The Sun said a Romanian man, Barmy Constantin Barbu, traveled across the

Danube River just to purchase a case of Boza Ale for his wife. "I really hope I see

an improvement," Barbu said.

BOZARJIan. See BOZAJIan

BOZBECKian See BOZBEKian.

BOZBEKian.

BOZian (T). Gray, light-color complexioned, fair-haired.

BOZIGian.Dim. of BOZian.

BOZKURTian.(T) Grey wolf: intelligent, shrewd, clever, sharp, witty, cunning, sly,

crafty, artful. Legendary wolf said to have led the Turks across a mountain

barrier into the open world. The Grey Wolf was the title of a book

published in July 1952 by the British writer HS Armstrong about the

famous Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Grey Wolf was the name

some gave to Ataturk for reviving Turkish nationalism.

BOZoklu See BOZian.

BOZOyan See BOZian.

BRAZILIan.

BRODJIan See BOUROUJIan.

BRONOZian. See BOURNOUZian.

BROOJIan (T) See BOUROUJIan.

BROSHian.(T) Maker/seller of broaches.

BROUKian..

BROULIan.

BROUSALIan.( ) Native of Brusa in Historic Armenia.

BRUCHIan.See BOUROUJIan.

BRUSALIan.See BROUSALIan.

BRUTyan.

BSHIKian.

BTCHAKJIan See BUCHAKJIan.

BUCHAKian . See BUCHAKJIan.

BUCHAKJIan.

BUCHALJIan.

BUCHUKian (T) Half..

BUDAGHian See BOUDAGHian.

BUDAKian See BOUDAKian

BUDURian.See BODOURian.

BUDZian.

BUKRUyan.

BUKUJIan.

BULBULIan See BOULBOULian

BULDAKian See PELTEKian.

BULGANian

BULGHADARyan.

BULGHOURian (P) Hulled wheat vendor.

BULGHURian See BULGHOURian

BULGHURJIan See BULGHOURian

BULGOURJIan See BULGHOURian.

BULGURian See BULGHOURian

BULLUKian.See BALUKJIan.

BURian.

BURGAZian.

BURGUJIan See BOURGOUJIan.

BURMAyan See BOURMAJIan

BURNAZian See BOURNAZian.

BURNUTian See BOURNOUTian.

BURUJIan See BOUROUJIan.

BURUNian See BOUROUNian.

BURUSHian.

BURSALIan See BOURSALIan.

BUSAGian (A) Crown.

BUTIGian.

BUTYRSKAyan.

BUYUKian (T) Large person.

BUYUKAGOPian.(T/H) Big Jacob.

BUYUKDAGian.(T) Large scar, brand.

BUZANTIan.See PYOUZANTian.

BYNDERian.

BZDIGian (A) Small person.

BZDIKian.See BZDIGian.