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Introduction to Dictionary of Armenian Surnames

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HABASHian See HABESHian.

HABELian See APELian.

HABERJIan (Ab/T) Herald, messenger.

HABESHian (Ab) Native of Abyssinia Ethiopia); Coptic.

HABIBian (Ab) Sweetheart, dearest.

HABJIan

HABLANian

HABOian

HABOSian

HACATORian See KHACHADOURian

HACHian See KHACHADOURian

HACHADOORian See KHACHADOURian

HACHADORian See KHACHADOURian

HACHADOURian See KHACHADOURian

HACHERian

HACHGONTZian

HACHIGian Dim. of See KHACHADOURian

HACHIKian Dim. of KHACHADOURian

HACKADOURian See KHACHADOURian

HACOBian See HAGOPian

HACOPian

HADDADian (Ab) Locksmith, blacksmith.

HADIDian

HADIGian

HADISHian

HADJATian

HADJETian

HADJIan

HADJIBEKian

HADJINian See HAJINian.

HADJINLIan See HAJINian.

HADJOLIan

HAGATian

HAGENian

HAGHDESTian

HAGHNAZARian (A/T/Ab/P) Great look, regard or consideration; great evil eye.

HAGHOUBian

HAGHTOUHIyan (A) Victress, or female victor.

HAGHVERDIyan (A/T) Great rose-colored

HAGINTian

HAGOBian See HAGOPian

HAGOPian (H) Jacob/Yakov – deceiver, supplanter.

HAGOPJANian (H/P) Dear Jacob. See HAGOPian.

HAIARPIyan

HAIDian

HAIDOSTian

HAIGian

HAIGAGian

HAIGANOUSHian

HAIGARAMian

HAIGASERian

HAIGASHENian

HAIGAZian

HAIGAZNian

HAIGAZOONian

HAIGENTZ (A)

HAIGOONI

HAIGOUHIyan

HAIGOUNI

HAIKAZian See HAIGAZian

HAIRABEDian (A) Patriarch, catholicos

HAIRAPETyan See HAIRABEDian.

HAIRANian

HAIRBEDian See HAIRABEDian.

HAIRENIKian

HAIRIGian Little or dear father.

HAIRIKian See HAIRIGian

HAIRPETian See HAIRABEDian.

HAITAyan

HAJAKian (Ab/A) (As told by Yeghishe Hajakian)

Once there lived a man named Hagop who was a supervisor at the stable of the

Padishah of the land. His jovial disposition and assiduous attitude for his work had

earned him an unswerving trust of his employer, his master, his king. The people

around him, the Turks, could not pronounce his Armenian name Hagop, instead they

called him AKUH. One bright day the Padishah receives a gift from some prince. It

was a most ravishing, gorgeous looking, a rare breed of an Arabian white horse.

Akuh, the horse keeper, falls in love with this horse and decides to steal it and

ride all the way to Jerusalem. He disappears for seven years never to be heard from.


The Padishah, realizing that Akuh was more valuable to him than just a horse, issues

a Firman (an edict) declaring that he has forgiven Akuh for his misdemeanor and th

at wherever this Akuh is he should return to the court and resume his work at the st

able.


Lo and behold, Akuh returns home with a big welcome to spend the rest of his life

as a contrite employee and determined to make up for his mistake. The horse had

pa ssed away but in Jerusalem he becomes emblazoned with a cross tattooed on his

wrist thus becoming a Hadji. The Turks, therafter, call him HADJI AKUH. Hadji

Akuh was Yeghishe’s great, great, great, great, great grandfather. Yeghishe was

born in Lebanon as Hadjiakuian (son of Hadji Akuh). It was too long, so he

shortened it to Hajakian.

HAJARian See HAJJARian.

HAJATian

HAJEian

HAJEMian

HAJENian

HAJENLIan

HAJETian (Ab/T) Necessity, requirement; prayer to God or some supernatural power,

asking for something.

HAJIan (Ab) See MAHDESian.

Many Armenians have used, and continue to use, the term Hajj as an honorary title

bestowed on a cHristian pilgrim to Jerusalem. The proper term Armenians should use,

according to Hagop Der Kasbarian, (son of a Kahana), is Mkhsi , as Haji is properly

an honorary title bestowed on a Muslim who has made the pilgrimage (Haj) to Mecca.

Mkhsi, it is believed, is in turn a corruption of Mahdesi, the proper term for a

Christian pilgrim to Jerusalem. However, there is reason to believe that even Mahdesi is

a borrowing from Arabic as a Muslim pilgrim to Jerusalem is given the honorary title of

Makdis. Thus we often see Armenian surnames such as Hajian, Mkhsian, and Mahdesian.

HAJIBALian

HAJIBEKian

HAJIKULian Ab/T Haji: pilgrim to Mecca; used by Christians as pilgrim to Jerusalem;

kul: slave, creature, man (in relation to God), formerly Janissary.

HAJIMIKRIan

HAJINian (T) Native of city of Hajin, Western Armenia..

HAJINAZARian

HAJINLIan See HAJINian

HAJIyan See HAJIan.

HAJJARian (Ab) Stonecutter, mason.

HAKAByan

HAKAKian

HAKEMian See HAKIMian.

HAKHBANDian

HAKHBANDARian

HAKHNAZARian (Ab)

HAKHPANDian

HAKHVERDian iravounk dvogh

HAKian See HAKIMian

HAKIMian (P/Ab) Ruler, governor, judge.

HAKISSian

HAKKAKKian

HAKKINian

HAKOBian See HAGOPian

HAKOOPian See HAGOPian

HAKOPian See HAGOPian.

HAKOUBian See HAGOPian

HALABian (Ab) Native of Aleppo.

HALABLIan (Ab/T) See HALABian

HALADJian See HALLAJIan.

HALAJian See HALLAJIan.

HALBERian See KALBURJian

HALBURian See KALBURJian

HALEBian See HALABian

HALEBLIan See HALABian

HALEDJIan See KHALIJIan

HALEJIan See KHALIJIan

HALEPLIan See HALABLIan.

HALICIyan See KHALIJIan

HALIKian (T) Maker, creator.

HALLACHIan See HALLAJIan.

HALLAJIan (Ab) Carder of cotton/wool; fluffer w/bow & mallet.

HALVACHIan See HALVAJIan

HALVADJIan See HALVAJIan

HALVAJIan (Ab/T) Halva maker/seller

HALWADJIan See HALVAJIan

HAMABRDZUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMALBASHian (T) Head porter.

HAMALian (T) Porter, stevedore.

HAMAMCHIan See HAMAMJIan

HAMAMDJIan See HAMAMJIan

HAMAMJIan (P) Bathhouse manager.

HAMASian

HAMASPIURian

HAMAZASBian

HAMBARian

HAMBARCHIan

HAMBARSOUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMBARSUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMBOyan See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMDILIan

HAMESDOUHIan

HAMJIan See

HAMLIGian

HAMMALian

HAMOUian

HAMOyan See HAMPARTSOUMian,

HAMPARian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARSOUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARSUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARTSOOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARTSOUMian (A) Ascension of Jesus Christ

HAMPARTSUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARTZOOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARTZOUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARTZUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARZOMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPARZUMian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPERian Trunc. of HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPIGian Dim. of HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPIKian Dim. Of HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPORTZOOM See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPORZOOM See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMPTian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HAMRERian See HAMPARTSOUMian

HANian

HANAMIRian

HANANian

HANDALIan

HANDIGian

HANEMian

HANENian

HANESHian

HANESian

HANESSian

HANIKian

HANIMian

HANISian

HANISSian

HANJIan

HANOian

HANPASHian

HANZATian

HAPELian See APELian.

HAPETian (H/Ar) Japhet in English, Yefet in Hebrew: Beautiful; Yefet in

Aramaic: Abundant, spacious.

HAPOUJIan

HARian Dim. of HAROUTIOUNian or HAIRABEDian.

HARABEDian

HARACHian

HARAPIET See HAIRABEDian

HARATian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARATUNian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARBIGian

HARBOyan

HARDANian

HARDOSTian

HARDSHian

HARDUTOUNian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARENTZ See HAROUTIOUNian

HARETian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARIGian Dim. of HAROUTIOUNian

HARIKian Dim. of HAROUTIOUNian

HARITUNian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARMANDAyan See HARMANian

HARMANDian See HARMANian

HARMANDERian See HARMANian

HARMANian (T) Thresher or harvester of grain; blender of teas, tobacco, etc.

HARMANJIan See HARMANian

HARONian See AHARONian

HAROOTian See HAROUTIOUNian

HAROOTINian See HAROUTIOUNian

HAROOTIUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROOTUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROTian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROTUNian See HAROUTIO(UNian.

HAROUTian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTINian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTIOUNian (A) Resurrection (of Jesus Christ).

HAROUTIUNian See HARUTIOUNian.

HAROUTOONian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTOUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTYOUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROUTYUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HAROyan Dim. of HAROUTIOUNian.

HARPOORian

HARPOOTian See

HARPOOTLIan See

HARPUTLIan See

HARTian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARTINian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARTOONian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARTOUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARTUNian See HAROUTIOUNian

HARUTHUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARUTIUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARUTUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARUTYUNian See HAROUTIOUNian.

HARZARian

HARZIGian

HARZIVARTian

HASEKian

HASERJIan

HASHASian

HASHEMian

HASHian

HASHIMian

HASHOLIan

HASHTROUDian

HASIRJIan (T) Maker of/dealer in mats

HASMIGian

HASSASSian

HASSEKian

HASSERDJIan

HASSERJIan

HASSESSian

HATABian

HATAMian See HATEMian (seal)

HATCHian

HATCHADERian

HATCHADOORian

HATCHADOURian

HATCHERian

HATCHGONTZ

HATCHIGian

HATCHIKian

HATEMian (A) Name of ancient Armenian kings ?

HATIRian influence, consideration, weight.

HATOUNian

HATSARARian See HATSAKORDZian.

HATSKORDZian See HATSAKORDZian.

HATSian See HATSAKORDZian

HATSAKORDZian (A) Baker (bread maker).

HATSAKORTZian See HATZAKORDZian

HATSAKORZian See HATSAKORDZian

HATSATOUKHian See HATSAKORDZIan

HATSBANian See HATSAKORDZian

HATSIKian (A) Baker of bread rolls.

HATSPANian See HATSAKORDZian

HATUNian See KHATOUNian.

HATUTian

HAVian

HAVADian

HAVAGHIMian

HAVANian

HAVARIan (T) Apostle.

HAVATian

HAVERZHian

HAVITERS (T) Contrary nap (rug). In the city of Sepastia in Turkish Armenia, there

lived and worked two master rug weavers. A wealthy resident of the town wished to

have a rug woven and commissioned one of the weavers to do the job. The weaver commenced

the work, but when halfway through, died of consumption. The wealthy man who had

commissioned the work then approached the other weaver to complete the job. This

other master weaver accepted the offer, but being a proud artisan, decided to

complete the job his own way. So, instead of picking up where the other had left off,

he commenced from the other side and when he had gone for enough, joined the two

parts. In doing so he ended up creating a rug with the nap going in opposite

directions. This became a source for his being named haviters, hav (khav in old

Turkish) meaning nap, and ters meaning

contrary. Thus havi ters. (Compliments of grandson Mircan Haviters of Farmingdale,

NY, whose ancestors moved from Van to Sepastia 1,030 years ago.)

HAVLOUJIan

HAVNOONian

HAVOONJIan See KAVOUNJIan ?

HAVOUNJIan See KAVOUNJIan ?

HAYAKian

HAYASDANian

HAYASTANian

HAYATian

HAYBATian

HAYBEDian

HAYGAZian See HAIGAZian.

HAYGENTZ

HAYGOONI

HAYIKian

HAYITyan

HAYOTZ

HAYRABEDian See HAIRABEDian.

HAYRAPETian See HAIRABEDian.

HAYRIKian Dim. of HAIRABEDian.

HAYRUMyan

HAYTAian See HAITAyan.

HAYTAyan 1. (A) Haytatich: supplier, furnisher.

2. (T) Out-of-hand, mischievous child; young hooligan, rebel, freebooter, hobo, bum,

rascal, no-good, goof-off, ne’er-do-well, good-for-nothing, no-count, lazy.

3. (T) Gastronomer, sponger.

4. (T) (Formerly) A mounted guard, who escorted a caravan; armed and

mounted brigand;

HAYTOUGian (A) Combatant.

HAZian

HAZARian

HAZARABEDian (A) Leader of a thousand; military rank of major.

HAZARJIan

HAZAROSSian

HAZARVARTian (A) One thousand roses

HAZERJIan See HAZURian

HAZIRian See HAZURian

HAZIRJIan See HAZURian

HAZURian (T) Dealer in ready-made goods, clothes

HAZURJIan See HAZURian

HEBOian nickname?

HECOBian See HAGOPian

HEDERian

HEDESHian

HEDITSIan (T/A) Native of Hedi, village of Kharpert. Heditsian is the family name of

noted actor, David Hedison aka Al Hedison.

HEGHINian (G) Heghine is the Armenian form of the name Helen: Light

HEGHNARian

HEGINian

HEJINian

HEKEMian See Hekimian

HEKIMian (Ab/P) Physician

HELGELIan (T) Var. of helkeli: pail or bucket-like.

HELGELYan

HELVACIan See HALVAJIan

HELVAJIan See HALVAJIan

HENESian

HENZORian

HEPSEN (T) See HEPSHEN

HEPSHEN (T) Always;joyous, cheerful, happy.

HERAian

HERADian ?

HERANOUSHian

HERAZANTian

HERBEKian

HERBOian

HERDEMian (T/K) Ever, always, at every moment

HERGELian See HERGELian

HERGNIan

HERian

HERIKLIan

HERKELIan (A) Disagree ?

HERMAian

HERMINEian

HEROian

HEROSian

HESSian ?

HETOOMian

HETOUNian

HEUKELEKian

HEVESian

HEWSEN See HIUSNian.

HEZEKian

HIBBEian ?

HIGHGASian See HAIGAZian

HIGHTAian

HIMDOyan

HIMIDian

HINDLIan

HINDOyan

HINTIRian

HINTLIan

HIRPETian

HISARian Tower, fortress

HIUSENian (A) See HIUSNian.

HIUSNian (A) Carpenter.

HMAYAGian

HNAZANTian

HODian

HODIKian

HOGHGROGHian (A) Provider of soil for litter. Hogh means earth, soil; grogh is one

who carries, bears, transports. Therefore, a hoghgrogh is one who brings the soil

that traditionally was placed under infants wrapped in swathing bands, to perform the

function of litter, that is, to absorb refuse from the baby’s body.

HOGHIGian

HOGOHian

HOGROGian See HOGHGROGHian.

HOGTANian

HOJEGian

HOKHIKian

HOLian ?

HOLABEGian

HOLIYan ?

HOLINEian

HOLLISian

HOLLMANian ?

HOLOBIGian

HOLOPIGian

HOLOPIKian

HONARCHIan Var. of hunerli: Skilful, talented ?

HOOGASian

HOOGOian

HOOKASian

HOONANian

HOORian

HOORIGian

HOOSian

HOPALIan

HOPLAMAQian (T) To leap, jump or hop about; to be excited; to palpitate. ?

HOPLAMAZian (T) To be grave, sober, steady, at rest.

HOPOSian (H/A) Hovhannes?

HORANian See KHORASANian

HORASian See KHORASANian

HORASANian See KHORASANian

HORASANCIan See KHORASANian

HORDANANian (H) Native of Jordan.

HORHOROUNIan

HORHOROUNY

HOROUPian

HOROUTOONian

HORTANANian (A/H/Ab) Native of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

HORTian ee HORTANANian

HORTIGian Dim. of HORTANANian

HOSDAGHian See KHOSDEGHian.

HOSEPian

HOSHABJIan

HOSHAFian

HOSHARian

HOTONian

HOTZAKORGian (A) See HATZAKORDZian

HOUGASian

HOUGHASian

HOULIANEian

HOUMARian

H(O)UNANian

HOURDAJIan See KHOURDAJIan.

HOURIan

HOURIGian

HOUSEPian

HOUSIGian

HOUSIKian

HOUSINEian

HOUSSIKian

HOVAGHIMian See HOVAGIMian

HOVAGian Dim. of HOVAGIMian

HOVAGIMian (H) Name of father of Virgin Mary From last king of Judah, Jehoiakim:

God rising

HOVAKEMian See HOVAGIMian

HOVAKIMian See HOVAGIMian

HOVANian See HOVHANNESian or HOVNANian

HOVANESian See HOVHANNESian

HOVANESSian See HOVHANNESian

HOVANNESian See HOVHANNESian

HOVANNISian See HOVHANNESian

HOVARDian

HOVASAPian (H) God the judge

HOVASEPIian See HOVASAPian, HOVSEPian.

HOVELian

HOVENANian See HOVNANian.

HOVENESian See HOVHANNESian

HOVENTS

HOVESEPian See HOVASAPian, HOVSEPian.

HOVHANNESian (H) Yochanan: God is gracious.

HOVHANESSian See HOVHANNESian

HOVHANISian See HOVHANNESian

HOVHANNASSian See HOVHANNESian

HOVHANNESian (A/H/G) Hovhannes/Yochanan God is gracious; clemency, obedience.

HOVHANNESSian See HOVHANNESian

HOVHANNISian See HOVHANNESian

HOVian See HOVHANNESian or HOVNANian

HOVIGian See HOVHANNESian or HOVNANian

HOVIVian (A) Pastor.

HOVNANian (H) Jonah, Jonas (Yona) Dove.

HOVNATANian (H) Jehovah’s gift

HOVSAPATian

HOVSEPian (H) Yosef/Joseph: He (God) will add, increase.

HOWHANNESian See HOVHANNESian

HOYYOian

HRACHian See HRACHIAyan.

HRACHIAyan (A) Forward.

HRAHADian

HRAIRian

HRANOOSHian

HRANOUSHian

HRANTian

HRANTOUHIyan

HRASOONian

HRAVARTian

HRAYRian

HRAZTANian

HRECHDAKian See HRESHDAGian

HREGHENian

HRENIGian

HRESHDAGian (A) Angel

HRIPSIMEyan

HRIPSIMEHian

HROUTian

HUGASian See GHUGASian.

HUGASHian

HUNANian

HUNZORian

HURDACHIan See KHURDACHIan.

HURDAVATCHIan See KHURDAVATCHIan

HUSANian See HIUSNian.

HUSIGian

HUSISian

HUSSANIian See HIUSNian

HUSSENDJIan See HIUSNian

HUSSENigian (A) Native of Hussenig, a village in Kharpert Province

HUSSENIGLIan See HUSSENigian

HUSSian See HIUSNian.,HUSSENIGian

HUTNIan

HYDUCKian

HYRAPIETian

HYTAian See HAYTAyan.

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