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KAGHTZROUNI (A)  
 
KAGHTZROUNI (A)  
 
  
 
KAGian
 
KAGian
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letter J (hee), he pronounces it Kouhoumjian.
 
letter J (hee), he pronounces it Kouhoumjian.
KAHA
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Yan See KEHEyan
+
KAHAYan See KEHEyan
  
 
KAHIGian Dim. of KAHAyan.
 
KAHIGian Dim. of KAHAyan.
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KALADJIan See KALAYJIan
 
KALADJIan See KALAYJIan
 
  
 
KALADJIKIan
 
KALADJIKIan
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KALAJIan See KALAYJIan
 
KALAJIan See KALAYJIan
 
  
 
KALAKJIan
 
KALAKJIan
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KALANDARian (P) A wandering mendicant; Dervish who has renounced the world;  
 
KALANDARian (P) A wandering mendicant; Dervish who has renounced the world;  
unconventional person.
+
 
 +
    unconventional person.
  
 
KALANDERian See KALANDARian.
 
KALANDERian See KALANDARian.
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KALINian
 
KALINian
  
 +
KALIPJIan (T) Fez mold maker.
  
KALIPJIan (T) Fez mold maker.
 
 
KALISHian
 
KALISHian
  
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KALSAHAKian (T/H) Kal, a variant of kel, is defined as “bald headed,” and Sahak,  a  
 
KALSAHAKian (T/H) Kal, a variant of kel, is defined as “bald headed,” and Sahak,  a  
  
truncation of Isahak, borrowed from Hebrew, Yitzhak (Isaac), is defined as “he will  
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        truncation of Isahak, borrowed from Hebrew, Yitzhak (Isaac), is defined as “he  
laugh.” Hrach Kalsahakian, among other callings, is the editor of Azad-Hye Middle East  
+
       
Armenian website, and a journalist and member of Dubai Press club. In response to our  
+
        will laugh.” Hrach Kalsahakian, among other callings, is the editor of Azad-Hye  
 +
       
 +
        Middle East Armenian website, and a journalist and member of Dubai Press club. In  
 +
 
 +
        response to our inquiry here is what he had to say about the history of his
  
inquiry here is what he had to say about the history of his surname. I am originally from  
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        surname. I am originally from the Ekizluk village in Kessab area in north east  
the Ekizluk village in Kessab area in north east Latakia in present-day Syria. My village  
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is still inhabited by Armenians and I do visit then at least once every year or second year.
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        Latakia in present-day Syria. My village is still inhabited by Armenians and I do  
  
My family is named after Sahag, my great-grandfather. Most probably he was bold so in
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        visit then at least once every year or second year.  
  
Turkish he was called kal. In Arabic it was reproduced sometimes as kul, and in  
+
        My family is named after Sahag, my great-grandfather. Most probably he was bold
Armenian it was written as kel (in Kessab, we have Kel-Yaghoubian, Kel-Boghossian,  
+
 
etc.). I prefer red he  to change the kel to kal, and combined it with “Sahak,” and came  
+
        so in Turkish he was called kal. In Arabic it was reproduced sometimes as kul,  
out with  Kalsahakian (which is unique when you Google it.)  
+
 
 +
        and in Armenian it was written as kel (in Kessab, we have Kel-Yaghoubian, Kel-
 +
 
 +
        Boghossian, etc.). I prefer red he  to change the kel to kal, and combined it  
 +
       
 +
        with “Sahak,” and came out with  Kalsahakian (which is unique when you Google  
 +
 
 +
        it.)  
  
 
KALSHOHian
 
KALSHOHian
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KALUPCHIan (T) Mold maker (fez, etc.)
 
KALUPCHIan (T) Mold maker (fez, etc.)
 
  
 
KALUSDian See KALOUSDian.
 
KALUSDian See KALOUSDian.
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KANAyan (T) Kan: blood. From Khudaverdi in the Lake Urmia region came five  
 
KANAyan (T) Kan: blood. From Khudaverdi in the Lake Urmia region came five  
brothers to Igdir. They
 
  
were a rough crowd and became land barons; then became respectable. (From Mardig  
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        brothers to Igdir. They were a rough crowd and became land barons; then became  
Kanayan, son of General Dro.)
+
 
 +
        respectable. (From Mardig Kanayan, son of General Dro.)
  
 
KANARian  (A) Harp knar
 
KANARian  (A) Harp knar
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the Cilician kingdom.
 
the Cilician kingdom.
KAND
+
 
AHARian
+
KANDAHARian
  
 
KANDANian
 
KANDANian
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KAPIJIan (T) (kapuhchuh) Doorman, Gate-keeper, Porter, Janitor. caretaker, concierge
 
KAPIJIan (T) (kapuhchuh) Doorman, Gate-keeper, Porter, Janitor. caretaker, concierge
  
 +
KAPIKian
  
 
KAPIKian
 
 
KAPILian
 
KAPILian
  
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KAPREILian See KAPRIELian
 
KAPREILian See KAPRIELian
 
  
 
KAPRELian See KAPRIELian
 
KAPRELian See KAPRIELian
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skinned uncle. He was from the village of Soelesz, Bursa.”
 
skinned uncle. He was from the village of Soelesz, Bursa.”
KARA
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DENIZLIan (T) Native of Black Sea area.
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KARADENIZLIan (T) Native of Black Sea area.
  
 
KARADJIan See KARAJIan
 
KARADJIan See KARAJIan
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(the Turkish Punch).
 
(the Turkish Punch).
KARA
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GEULLEYian
+
KARAGEULLEYian
  
 
KARAGEUZian See KARAGEOZian
 
KARAGEUZian See KARAGEOZian
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a dark complexioned person.
 
a dark complexioned person.
KARA
+
 
MANOOGian See KARAMANOUGian
+
KARAMANOOGian See KARAMANOUGian
  
 
KARAMANOUGian (T/A) Swarthy complexioned youth.
 
KARAMANOUGian (T/A) Swarthy complexioned youth.
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KARAyan See KARAGOPian, KARAGOZian, KARAKASHian,  
 
KARAyan See KARAGOPian, KARAGOZian, KARAKASHian,  
  
KARAPOULian, etc.
+
        KARAPOULian, etc.
KARA
+
 
YANISian
+
KARAYANISian
  
 
KARAYAVRUian  
 
KARAYAVRUian  
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KARSARJIan  
 
KARSARJIan  
  
 +
KARSERJIan
  
KARSERJIan
 
 
KARSLYan
 
KARSLYan
  
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Magi.
 
Magi.
KASEL
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Ian
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KASELIan
  
 
KASGELENian (T) The goose is coming; said of a foolish person.
 
KASGELENian (T) The goose is coming; said of a foolish person.
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KASSAPian
 
KASSAPian
 
  
 
KASSARDJIan See KASSARian.
 
KASSARDJIan See KASSARian.
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KAVALJIan
 
KAVALJIan
  
 +
KAVAZANJIan (A/P) Staff/cane maker or seller. [Minas Arakelian suggests that
 +
 +
        kavazan is derived from the Persian words gav for cow, and asa for rod or
  
KAVAZANJIan (A/P) Staff/cane maker or seller. [Minas Arakelian suggests that
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        stick.].
kavazan is derived from the Persian words gav for cow, and asa for rod or stick.].
 
  
 
KAVGIan
 
KAVGIan
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KAYAJANian
 
KAYAJANian
 
  
 
KAYAJIan
 
KAYAJIan
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KEGHOUSHian
 
KEGHOUSHian
 
  
 
KEHian See KEHYAyan..
 
KEHian See KEHYAyan..
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KELKJIan
 
KELKJIan
 
  
 
KELLEJIan (T) Sheep’s head cooker.
 
KELLEJIan (T) Sheep’s head cooker.
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KEMANIyan (T) Violinist.
 
KEMANIyan (T) Violinist.
 
  
 
KEMANJIan (T) Violin maker.
 
KEMANJIan (T) Violin maker.
  
 
KEMATJIan
 
KEMATJIan
 
 
  
 
KEMHADJIan
 
KEMHADJIan
  
 
KEMIKISIZian
 
KEMIKISIZian
 
 
  
 
KEMKEMian
 
KEMKEMian
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KERJIKian
 
KERJIKian
 
  
 
KERJILIan See KURCHILIan.
 
KERJILIan See KURCHILIan.
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KERMian
 
KERMian
 
  
 
KERMJIan
 
KERMJIan
 
  
 
KERMOYan
 
KERMOYan
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KESHMESHian
 
KESHMESHian
 
 
 
  
 
KESIyan
 
KESIyan
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KHANAGIRILMEZian (T) Someone who does not enter a khan, such as a tavern or  
 
KHANAGIRILMEZian (T) Someone who does not enter a khan, such as a tavern or  
  
coffeehouse. A prude.
+
        coffeehouse. A prude.
KHAN
+
 
AMIRian T/Ab/P  Found in Turkish, Arabic and Persian, khan and amir are descriptive  
+
KHANAMIRian T/Ab/P  Found in Turkish, Arabic and Persian, khan and amir are descriptive  
terms that have overlapping meanings. Both can be variously defined as lord, sovereign,  
+
 
commander, chieftain. Thus a fitting rendering would be commander-in-chief. See  
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        terms that have overlapping meanings. Both can be variously defined as lord,  
AMIRKHANian.
+
 
 +
        sovereign,  
 +
 
 +
        commander, chieftain. Thus a fitting rendering would be commander-in-chief.
 +
 
 +
        See AMIRKHANian.
  
 
KHANANian
 
KHANANian
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KHAZANCHIan (P) Treasurer.
 
KHAZANCHIan (P) Treasurer.
  
KHAZARian ( ) Native of the village of Khazar in the vicinity of Bitlis, Turkey. Khazar  
+
KHAZARian ( ) Native of the village of Khazar in the vicinity of Bitlis. Khazar  
 +
 
 
can also be a diminutive of Ghazaros, and variant of Yeghiazar. See YEGHIAZARian.
 
can also be a diminutive of Ghazaros, and variant of Yeghiazar. See YEGHIAZARian.
  

Revision as of 15:57, 12 December 2018

KAAKAJIan

KABAKian

KABALJIan

KABABian

KABABEDJIan

KABADian

KABADAyan (T) Swashbuckler, bully, tough.

KABAKian

KABAKCIan See KABAKJI an

KABAKCIyan See KABAKJIan

KABAKJIan (T) Pumpkin/squash grower or seller.

KABAKLIan

KABALIan

KABARADJIan See KABARAJIan

KABARAJIAN (T) Maker/seller of hob-nails, ornamented brass-headed nails.

KABARDAyan

KABASAKALian (T) Possessing a coarse or bushy beard.

KABAyan

KABBENDJIan See KABBENJIan

KABBENJIan (T) Weighmaster, who determined the weight of sacks of grain with a

kabben, a primitive scale suspended from a horizontal pole with a hook and one

end of a horizontal bar and a sliding weight at the long end of it

KABERJIan

KABian

KABILIan

KABJIan

KABLANian (T) See KAPLANian

KABODian (T) See KABADAyan.

KABOBJIan See KEBABJIan

KABOOLian See KABOULian

KABOUKian shell , rind, crust, bark, skin

KABOULian Acceptance, assent, admission

KABOUNian

KABRANian (T) Slack, without energy.

KABRIELian See KAPRIELian.

KABUKian See KABOUKian.

KABULian See KABOULian.

KACian See KACHian.

KACHADOORian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHADORian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHADOURian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHADRian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHADURian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHAGIan See KAJAJIan

KACHAJIan See KAJAJian

KACHAKCHIan (T) Smuggler, moonshiner, contrabandist.

KACHAKian (T) Fugitive, deserter.

KACHAKJIan See KACHAKCHIan.

KACHANian (T) Running away, fugitive.

KACHARCHIan See KACHAKCHIan

KACHARian See KACHAKian

KACHATOORian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHATURian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHAZORian (A)

KACHAZOUNian

KACHBALian

KACHDORian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHDRian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHEDJIan See KACHAJIan

KACHEJIan See KACHAJIan

KACHERian

KACHian (A) Brave.

KACHICHian See KESHISHian.

KACHIDURian See KHACHADOURian.

KACHIGian Dim. of KHACHADOURian.

KACHIKian Dim. of KHACHADOURian.

KACHOian Dim. of KHACHADOURian.

KACHOUCHian

KACHOUGian

KADAMian

KADEHJIan (Ab/T) maker/seller of cups, goblets, tumblers, drinking glasses.

KADEMian

KADERJIan (T) Fatalist.

KADEyan (Ab/T) Magistrate, judge, cadi

KADIan See KADEian

KADIFEyan (T) Dealer in velvet cloth.

KADIMian

KADORian

KADOYian

KADZHBALian

KAFADARian (T) Intimate friend, like-minded.

KAFAFian See KAVAFian.

KAFALAMAZian (T) Literally, without a head; figuratively, lacking

understanding,unintelligent, foolish.

KAFALMAZian See KAFALAMAZian

KAFESJIan (T) Maker of lattice-works, bird cages.

KAFESSian See KAFESJIan

KAFFEyan

KAFKADJIan

KAFTAJIan See KAFTANJIan

KAFTANJIan (T) Dealer in long-sleeved robe with a girdle


EPOLITICS Jean-Jacques Rousseau in his favorite Armenian attire

KAFTARian (?)

KAGHEDJIan

KAGHTSROUHIyan (A) Sweet

KAGHTZROUNI (A)

KAGian

KAGRAMANian

KAHian See KEHEyan

KAHAUMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan. This misspelling of Kouyoumjian is

another eample of the familiar Ellis Island hatchet job perpetrated on Armenian names. But, a case can be made for such variances resulting 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 Kouyoumjian, 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 Kouyoumjian n spelled with the

letter J (hee), he pronounces it Kouhoumjian.

KAHAYan See KEHEyan

KAHIGian Dim. of KAHAyan.

KAHKEDJIan See KAHKEJIan

KAHKEJIan (T) Small biscuit or cookie msker/vendor.

KAHNECIyan

KAHRAMANian (Ab/P) Major domo, steward. (T) Hero, gallant& brave fellow.

KAHRAMANJAyan (T) Dearly heroic, valiant..

KAHRIMANian See KAHRAMANian

KAHSERJIan See See GESARian

KAHVECIan See KAHVEJIan

KAHVECIyan See KAHVEJIan

KAHVEDJIan See KAHVEJIan

KAHVEJIan (T) Coffee-shop owner or operator.

KAHWADJIan See KAHVEJIan

KAHWAJIan See KAHVEJIan

KAHYAyan See KEHEyan

KAIAGIan

KAICHian

KAILian (T) Saying;consenting, agreeing. Speaker.

KAIMAKAMian (T) Local governor, Lt. Colonel., mayor , sub-governor

KAISERian (T) See GESARian

KAISERLIan See GESARian

KAISHian

KAISSARian See GESAR

KAISSERLIan See GESAR

KAJAGOONY

KAJAJian (A) Dwarf, pigmy.

KAJARian

KAJIGian

KAJIRian

KAJOian

KAKIGian

KAKILIan

KAKLEGian See KEKLIKian

KAKLIGian See KEKLIKian

KAKLIKian See KEKLIKian

KAKOUSian

KAKOyana

KAKUSSian

KALABALIKian (T) Crowd, throng, confused mass; crowded; bustling; thronged.

KALACHIan See KALAYJIan

KALADJIan See KALAYJIan

KALADJIKIan

KALAEGIan See KALAYJIan

KALAFian See KALAFATJIan

KALAFATJIan (T) Caulker.

KALAGIan See KALAYJIan

KALAHJIan See KALAYJIan

KALAian See KALAYJIan

KALAIDJIan See KALAYJIan

KALAIGIan See KALAYJIan

KALAIJIan See KALAYJIan

KALAJIan See KALAYJIan

KALAKJIan

KALALian

KALAMian (Ab/P) Purveyor of writing pens, quills, reeds.

KALAMKARian See KALEMKARian

KALAMOJIan

KALANDARian (P) A wandering mendicant; Dervish who has renounced the world;

    unconventional person.

KALANDERian See KALANDARian.

KALANDJIan

KALANIyan

KALANJIan

KALANTARian

KALAPTCHIan

KALASHian See KELESHian.

KALAYCIan See KALAYJIan

KALAYDJIan See KALAYJIan

KALAYGIan See KALAYJIan

KALAYian See KALAYJIan

KALAYJIan T) Tinsmith, one who tins copper vessels

KALBian = (Ab) counterfeit

KALBian = (T) heart, center, change

KALBian (P) Mind.

KALBian (Ab) Shark. See Kalp.

KALBAKIan

KALBAKLIan

KALBURJIan (T) Maker/seller of sieves, screens.

KALDEREJIan (T) See KALDERJIan

KALDERJIan (T) kaldurji: pavior, loafer

KALDJIan

KALDOUSDian

KALEian

KALEBDJIan

KALEBJIan

KALECHian

KALEJIan GOALKEEPER.

KALEKERian See KALEMKARian

KALEMian See KALAMian.

KALEMBIARian

KALEMDERian

KALEMJIan

KALEMKARian ( ) A painter of designs on muslin, etc.; a engraver on gold or silver.

KALEMKIARian See KALEMKARian.

KALEMKERian See KALEMKARian.

KALENian

KALENDERian

KALENTSian

KALEPDJIan

KALESHian

KALESTian

KALFAyn (T) Architect; master builder; qualified workman; usher (of school); head

clerk

KALFian See KALFAyan.

KALian

KALIan

KALIGian

KALIKian

KALIMian

KALINian

KALIPJIan (T) Fez mold maker.

KALISHian

KALJIan (T) Metal refiner.

KALLAJIan See KALAYJIan.

KALLEMian See KALAMian

KALLOGHLIan

KALOian

KALOEMKIARian KALEMKARian

KALOGERAKOSian

KALOJIan

KALOOGian

KALOOSDian See KALOUSDian

KALOOSIL

KALOOSTian See KALOUSDian

KALOUKian

KALOUSDian (A) Advent: the coming or nativity of Jesus.Christ. Welcome (as in pari

kalousd)

KALOUSTian See KALOUSDian

KALOYJIan

KALPian See KALBian.

KALPAGIan See KALPAKJIan.

KALPAKian T See KALPAKJIan

KALPAKJIan (T) Fur cap maker/selleer.

KALPAKGIan See KALPAKJIan.

KALSAHAKian (T/H) Kal, a variant of kel, is defined as “bald headed,” and Sahak, a

       truncation of Isahak, borrowed from Hebrew, Yitzhak (Isaac), is defined as “he 
       
       will laugh.” Hrach Kalsahakian, among other callings, is the editor of Azad-Hye 
       
       Middle East Armenian website, and a journalist and member of Dubai Press club. In 
  
       response to our inquiry here is what he had to say about the history of his 
       surname. I am originally from the Ekizluk village in Kessab area in north east 
  
       Latakia in present-day Syria. My village is still inhabited by Armenians and I do 
       visit then at least once every year or second year. 
       My family is named after Sahag, my great-grandfather. Most probably he was bold 
       so in Turkish he was called kal. In Arabic it was reproduced sometimes as kul, 
       and in Armenian it was written as kel (in Kessab, we have Kel-Yaghoubian, Kel-
       Boghossian, etc.). I prefer red he  to change the kel to kal, and combined it 
       
       with “Sahak,” and came out with  Kalsahakian (which is unique when you Google 
       it.) 

KALSHOHian

KALSTian

KALSTANian

KALTAKJIan (T) Saddle-tree (frame for constructing saddles) maker/seller.

KALUBJIan See KALUPCHIan

KALUMJIan

KALUNian See KALYANian

KALUPCHIan (T) Mold maker (fez, etc.)

KALUSDian See KALOUSDian.

KALUSTian See KALOUSDian.

KALVONJIan

KALYANian (P) Maker/seller of Water pipes.

KALYANDJIan See KALYANian.

KALYJIan See KALAYJIan

KALYNian See KALYANian

KALYONian See KALYANian

KAMian

KAMAJIan (T) Dagger, poniard, dirk, or wedge maker/seller

KAMAKian

KAMALIan (T) wedge-like; dagger-like

KAMANJIan

KAMARian

KAMBEGian

KAMBOORian See KAMBOURian

KAMBORian See KAMBOURian

KAMBOURian (T) Hunchback(ed), crooked, warped.

KAMBRARian

KAMERian

KAMIGOCHian

KAMIKSZian

KAMISHLIan

KAMJIan

KAMKASHian

KANian

KANAyan (T) Kan: blood. From Khudaverdi in the Lake Urmia region came five

       brothers to Igdir. They were a rough crowd and became land barons; then became 
       respectable. (From Mardig Kanayan, son of General Dro.)

KANARian (A) Harp knar

KANBOURian

KANCHELIan ( ) Native of Kanche, which, according to George Aghjayan, was

mentioned by Alishan and Eprikian as a town or fortress in Cilicia at the time of

the Cilician kingdom.

KANDAHARian

KANDANian

KANDARian

KANDARJIan

KANDASHian (T) One of the same blood

KANDIGian

KANDOyan Dim. of

KANGIan

KANIGian

KANJIan

KANLIan

KANKOURian (A) One with curly hair.

KANLUJIan

KANOian

KANTARian

KANTARDJIan See KANTARJIan. (T)

KANTARJIan (T) 1. Steelyard worker; 2. Public weighing official.

KANTSABEDian (A) Cashier, treasurer.

KANTSAROURian ( ) Dealer in swaddling bands

KANTSian See KANTSABEDian.See KHANTSIan.

KANTZian See KANTSABEDian

KANTZABET See KANTSABEDian

KANZian See KANTSABEDian.

KAOLian

KAPian

KAPAGian

KAPAKJIan

KAPAMAGIan See KAPAMAJIan

KAPAMAJIan (T) Dealer in all kinds of ready-made clothing, shoes, etc.

KAPANDJIan

KAPAS

KAPEGHian See KAPIJIan

KAPIGian See KAPIJIan

KAPIGHian See KAPIJIan

KAPIJIan (T) (kapuhchuh) Doorman, Gate-keeper, Porter, Janitor. caretaker, concierge

KAPIKian

KAPILian

KAPITANian See KAPTANian

KAPLAMAJIan (T) Silver plater

KAPLANian T Tiger.

KAPLANJIan

KAPLAYIJIan (T) Silver plater

KAPOOSHian See KAPIJIan

KAPOOSian See KAPIJIan

KAPOUSOUS See KAPUSUZian.

KAPOyan

KAPREILian See KAPRIELian

KAPRELian See KAPRIELian

KAPRIELian (H) Biblical angel of God: God is my strength.

KAPRILian See See KAPRIELian

KAPSUZian (T) Unemployed, without a job

KAPTANian (T) Captain (of a ship).

KAPUHSUZ See KAPUSUZ

KAPUSUZ (T) Doorless, gateless, without a job. See KAPSUZ (uncovered)

KAPUTIKian

KARian

KARAASLAN

KARABACAKian See KARABAJAKian

KARABAGHTSIan (T) Native of Karabagh (Artsakh).

KARABAJAGHian (T) Black-footed.

KARABAJAKian (T) Black legs.

KARABASANian (T) Black nightmare. See MGHTSAVANCHian.

KARABASHian (T) Monk; priest; celibate; Blackie (dog); French lavender.

KARABEDian See GARABEDian

KARABELAyan (T) Black or gloomy trouble, misfortune, calamity.

KARABETian See GARABEDian.

KARABian See GARABEDian

KARABIDian See GARABEDian

KARABLIan

KARACCUSIan

KARACHORLU yan

KARACHOSian

KARACOZian

KARADian See KARADAYian

KARADAR

KARADAVOUKIan

KARADAYian (T) Swarthy maternal uncle; captain of a ship; a good fellow. Stepan

Karadian has the following to say about his family name; “There’s only one other

in Los Angeles, but no relation. My dad changed it from Yaghdjian to Karadayian

to Karadian. Kara= dark/black; di = uncle, so we are son or family of a dark

skinned uncle. He was from the village of Soelesz, Bursa.”

KARADENIZLIan (T) Native of Black Sea area.

KARADJIan See KARAJIan

KARAFian

KARAGATCHLIan

KARAGELian

KARAGEOZian (T) Black or dark-eyed person; gypsy; main figure in shadow show

(the Turkish Punch).

KARAGEULLEYian

KARAGEUZian See KARAGEOZian

KARAGEZiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGHASiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGHEUSian See KARAGEOZian:

KARAGHIAULLEyan

KARAGHLANian

KARAGHOSSiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGHUSiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGHUZiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGIan

KARAGIOSian KARAGEOZian

KARAGJOZian KARAGEOZian

KARAGOEZian See KARAGEOZian

KARAGOLian (T) Native of Karagol village near Sepastia, Western Armenia.

KARAGOSiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGOULian (T/P) Black rose.

KARAGOUZiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGOWZiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGUEUZiane KARAGEOZian

KARAGUEZiane KARAGOZian

KARAGULian See KARAGOULian

KARAGULAyan) Black stone?

KARAHAGOPian

KARAHISSARian (T) See AFYONian and SHABINian.

KARAJALIan Like a karajuh: See KARAJIan

KARAJELIan (T) Like a karajuh: See KARAJIan

KARAJIan (T) Brigand, highwayman, backbiter.

KARAJOGHLUyan See KARAJIan

KARAKACHian See KARAKASHian

KARAKASHian (T) Possessing black eyebrows.

KARAKAZian

KARAKEHyan (T) Black head of a village.

KARAKELian See KARAGULian.

KARAKEZian

KARAKHANian

KARAKOOSHian SEE KARAKUSHian

KARAKOSian See KARAKOUSHian

KARAKOSHian See KARAKOUSHian

KARAKOUSHian (T) Eagle,

KARAKOUSSian KARAKOUSHian

KARAKOUZian See KARAKOUSHian, KARAGEOZian.

KARAKSHiane KARAKUSHian.

KARAKUSHian See KARAKOUSHian

KARALANian

KARALANDian

KARALIan

KARALOKian

KARAMian

KARAMALIan

KARAMANian (T) See KARAMANLIan

KARAMANLIan (T) Native of town of that name in the Vilayet of Konia, near Erzerum;

a dark complexioned person.

KARAMANOOGian See KARAMANOUGian

KARAMANOUGian (T/A) Swarthy complexioned youth.

KARAMANOUKian See KARAMANOUGian

KARAMANUGian See KARAMANOUGian

KARAMARDian

KARAMian

KARAMOUSSAian

KARANian

KARANFILian Dealer in cloves.

KARANFULian See KARANFILian.

KARANOUKian

KARAOBLANian

KARAOGHLANian (T) Dark youth, gypsy

KARAOGLANian See KARAOGHLANian.

KARAPAian

KARAPANian

KARAPETian See GARABEDian

KARAPGOSIan

KARAPOian

KARAPTIan

KARASARKISSian

KARASHFERian

KARATAVUKian

KARATOPRAKian (T) Black soil/earth, grave

KARAVANian (T) Karavana: Dealer in flat copper pans, mess-tins.

KARAVANKian (T/A) Native of village near Kharpert.

KARAVERDIan

KARAVOSian

KARAyan Dim. of KAREKINian.

KARAyan See KARAGOPian, KARAGOZian, KARAKASHian,

       KARAPOULian, etc.

KARAYANISian

KARAYAVRUian

KARBASian See KURBASHian

KARBORian

KARBOUZian

KARDian

KARDASHian (A) Stone-chipper, hewer. See KARDESHian.

KARDESHian (T) Brother (Kardesh from karn: belly, and dash: fellowship.)

KAREKINian

KARENFILian

KARENTZian

KARGHEUSian

KARGIan See KARJIan

KARGODORian

KARian (A) Dikm. of karaganch; stone deaf.

KARIBian See GHARIBian

KARICHian

KARIGian

KARIJOHNian

KARIMian

KARINian

KARJIan (T) Snow/ice vendor.

KARKAZian

KARKOURIan

KARMIGian

KARMIRLIan

KARMIRSHALian See GARMIRSHALian

KARNICKian

KARNIGian

KARNIKian

KARNOZian

KAROGHian

KAROGHLANian See KARAOGHLANian.

KAROGLAN See KARAOGHLANian.

KAROPian

KAROUGian

KAROUNian

KARPOUZ (T/P) Watermelon grower/seller

KARRJIIan

KARSian

KARSARJIan

KARSERJIan

KARSLYan

KARTALian 1.(T) Eagle. 2. Native of Kartal, a district of Istanbul.

KARTOZian

KARUBian


KARVJIan

KARZian

KASABian See KASSABian.

KASABACHIan

KASADJIan

KASAGIan

KASAKian

KASANDJIan See KAZANJIan

KASAPian

KASARian (T) Dealer in hatchets, small axes. bill-hooks, pruning implements.

KASARJIan See KASARian

KASAYian

KASBARian (P) Treasure-master; impmrial; the white on; name of one of the three

Magi.

KASELIan

KASGELENian (T) The goose is coming; said of a foolish person.

KASGUELENian See KASGELENian

KASHiam (T) Eyebrow.

KASHANian

KASHARian (T) A kind of flat cheese made in the Balkans.

KASHCARian

KASHGAGian

KASHGARian

KASHIKJIan See KASHUKCHIAN

KASHISHian

KASHKASHian (T) Eyebrow, a curved thing, collet (of a ring); accolade (Mus.)

KASHLIan

KASHMANian

KASHOian

KASHTELIan

KASHUKCHIan (T) Spoon maker

KASian

KASILIan

KASKANian

KASMANian

KASNAKJIan

KASOUMian

KASPARian See KASBARian

KASPERian See KASBARian

KASSian

KASSABian KASABian (Ab) Butcher.

KASSAKian

KASSAMAN (T) kassam; (A/H) Ketseman: Gethsemane

KASSAPian

KASSARDJIan See KASSARian.

KASSARIJIan See KASSARian.

KASSARian (Ab/T) Fuller: One who cleans, shrinks, and thickens cloth with moisture,

heat and pressure. Textile whitener.

KASSARJIan See KASSARian

KASSARDJIAN (T) Small axe/hatchet maker/seller; fuller

KASSELian

KASSEMJIan

KASSISian

KASSOUNI

KASSOUNY

KASTARian

KASUMian

KATABian

KATANGIan

KATANJIan

KATARIKyan (T) kater: string or file of camels, etc.; railway train

KATAROyan

KATCHian

KATCHADOORian

KATCHADOURian

KATCHARian

KATCHERian

KATCHIKian

KATCHUNEian

KATERINAian

KATERJIan (T) Muleteer

KATIBian (Ab) Clerk, secretary.

KATIONADJIan

KATIRJIan Carrier

KATORINCEKian

KATRANDJIan See KATRANJIan.

KATRANJIan (T) Dealer in or worker with tar.

KATSAKHian (A)Vinegar

KATSian

KATURJIan See KATERJI Katurji = muleteer (T)

KATZAKHian See KATSAKHian

KAVAFian (Ab/P) Dealer in ready-made boots.

KAVAKJIan

KAVALDJIan

KAVALGIan

KAVALJIan

KAVAZANJIan (A/P) Staff/cane maker or seller. [Minas Arakelian suggests that

       kavazan is derived from the Persian words gav for cow, and asa for rod or 
       stick.].

KAVGIan

KAVJIan

KAVLAKian

KAVOKian See KAVOUKJIan

KAVONian

KAVOOGian See KAVOUKJIan

KAVOOKian See KAVOUKJIan

KAVOOKJIan See KAVOUKJIan

KAVORKian See KEVORKian

KAVOUGian See KAVOUKJIan

KAVOUKian

KAVOUKJIan (T) Quilted turban maker/dealer.

KAVUKJIan See KAVOUKJIan

KAVOUNJIan (T) Grower or seller of melons.

KAVUNian See KAVOUNJIan.

KAYAian

KAYADJANian See KAYAJANian

KAYAJANian

KAYAJIan

KAYAKACHOyan (T/A) Khachadour the village leader.

KAYAKCHIan (T) Maker/seller of skis, snowshoes.

KAYALian

KAYANEHian

KAYARian

KAYAyan See KEHYAyan.

KAYETSIan

KAYISHian See KAYUSHian.

KAYISHJIan See KAYUSHian.

KAYMAKAMian

KAYMAKCIan

KAYNAKCHIan See KAYNAKJIan

KAYNAKJIan (T) Welder.

KAYSALIan

KAYSERian

KAYSERLIan See GESARian

KAYSSEian See GESARian

KAYTANJIan (T) Maker/seller of cotton or silk cords, braids.

KAYUSHian (T) Maker/seller of leather straps, belts, thongs,girdles

KAYVEJIan

KAZALOSian

KAZANCHIan See KAZANJIan

KAZANDJIan See KAZANJIan

KAZANGIan See KAZANJIan

KAZANJIan (T) Cauldron, kettle, boiler-maker, coppersmith,

KAZARian See GHAZARian.

KAZARJIan

KAZAROSian See GHAZAROSian.

KAZASian See KAZAZian and KAZZAZian.

KAZAZian (Ab) Glazier.

KAZELIan

KAZEROONI

KAZEROUNI

KAZHARian

KAZian See KAZAZian, KAZZAZian,KAZIJIan,

KAZIGian

KAZIJIan (T) Excavator, engraver

KAZIKian (T) stake; peg; pile

KAZIZian

KAZKAZian

KAZZAZian (T) Silk manufacturer; See KAZAZian.

KCHIKian

KDICHian (A) Inventor, author, contriver

KDICHian Seer, soothsayer ?

KEAKLOUKian

KEARZIRian

KEASian

KEAZIRian

KEBABDJIan See KEBABJIan

KEBABian See KEBABJIan

KEBABJIan (T) Roaster, vendor of roast meat; proprietor of a small restaurant

KEBADJIan

KECHEBEYan

KECHECHian

KECHEDJIan

KECHEGian

KECHEJIan (T) Maker/seller of felt products, such as hats, mats and carpets.

KECHESian

KECHian (T) Goat, obstinate

KECHICHian See KESHISHian

KECHIJIan

KECHKARian

KECHIKIAN (T/A) Little goat (?)

KECHOyan

KECHSJIan

KECian See KECHian

KEDian (A) Seer, soothsayer ? diviner

KEDEMian

KEDERSHA

KEDESHian

KEDIan

KEDISHian See KDICHian

KEDJIan

KEDJIKALIan

KEFEian

KEFELIan

KEFEyan

KEGEian

KEGHADZINian

KEGHAMian

KEGHANIan

KEGHANOUSHian

KEGHARTian

KEGHETSIGian

KEGHLIan

KEGHONian

KEGHOOHIyan

KEGHOUSHian

KEHian See KEHYAyan..

KEHAYian See KEHYAyan..

KEHEyan See KEHYAyan..

KEHIAyan See KEHYAyan.

KEHISHian See KAYUSHian.

KEHYAyan (T) Village elder.

KEHYEyan See KEHEyan.

KEIKian

KEIOGLIan See

KEISARian See GESARian.

KEISHian (T) See KAYUSHian.

KEJEGJIan

KEJEJIan (T) Purveyor of bitter, pungent herbs.

KEKEJIan See KAHKEJIan

KEKLIGIan See KEKLIKIan.

KEKLIKian (T) Red-legged partridge

KELALian

KELAyan

KELEBDJIan

KELEBJIan

KELECHIan

KELEDJIan

KELEGian See KEKLIK.ian

KELEJIan

KELEKian See KEKLIK.ian

KELEMJIan See KALAMian

KELENJIan See KULUNJI:an.

KELERCHIan

KELERCHIan

KELERJIan

KELESHian (T) Ringwormy; bald; dirty.

KELIGian

KELIJIan

KELIKian See KEKLIKian

KELJIan

KELJIKian

KELKJIan

KELLEJIan (T) Sheep’s head cooker.

KELLIGian

KELLJIan

KELLOYan

KELMIGian

KELOFian

KELSHian

KELTian

KELyan

KEMian

KEMALIan Native of

KEMANIyan (T) Violinist.

KEMANJIan (T) Violin maker.

KEMATJIan

KEMHADJIan

KEMIKISIZian

KEMKEMian

KEMURDZIan See Keomourjian

KENin

KENADJIan See KUNAJIan

KENAJIan See KUNAJIan

KENDERian See KENDIRJI

KENDERJIan

KENDIGian

KENDIKian

KENDIRJIan (T) Hemp rope maker/seller.

KENJARSLANian

KENNian

KENOSian

KENTENJIan

KENTIKian

KEOCHEKian

KEOGHLIan

KEOGHOULOUyan

KEOLAyan

KEOLEyan

KEOLIan

KEOMOURJIan (T) Coal dealer, collier, stoker.

KEOMURJIan

KEONDJIan

KEONJIan

KEORian

KEORKian

KEORKUNian

KEOROGHLIan

KEOROUGHLIan

KEOSAYian See KEOSEyan

KEOSEyan (T) Hairless, beardless.

KEOSHEian See KEOSEyan

KEOSHEKERian

KEOSHGERian

KEOSHIyan See KEOSEyan

KEOSHKARian

KEOSHKERian

KEOSIyan See KEOSEyan

KEOSSian See KEOSEyan

KEOSSEian See KEOSEyan

KEOTAHian

KEOTEKLIan

KEPEGIan

KEPENEKian

KEPOUSEZian

KERian

KERAGHOSian See GIRAGOSian

KERAIRian

KERAMEDJIan See KIRAMIDJIan KIREMIDJIan

KERAMETian WONDER, MARVEL.

KERAMETLIan

KERASIMian

KERAZian

KERBABian

KERBAJIan:See KURBAJIan.

KERBASHian (T) kurbajuh: Whip, scourge

KERBECKian

KERBEKian

KERBESHian

KERBEYKian See KURBUYUKian

KERBOUSHian

KEREKian See GEREKTSIan

KEREMEJIan See KEREMITJIan ?

KERENDian

KERENDJIan

KERENEKian

KERESEDJIan

KERESian

KERESTECIyan See KERESTEJIan

KERESTEDJIan See KERESTEJIan

KERESTEJIan (T) Timber merchant.

KERIyan

KERIKian

KERJALIan

KERJIKian

KERJILIan See KURCHILIan.

KERKian

KERKASHARian See KERKIASHARian

KERKIASHARian (T) The sound of slashing of a large axe.

KERKERian

KERKEZian

KERKOyan

KERKORian: See Krikorian

KERKONian

KERMANIKian

KERMian

KERMJIan

KERMOYan

KERNian

KERNEKLIan (T) Native of village near Kharpert) ?; mountain in vicinity of Malatia ?

KEROGHLIan (T) Needy ?

KEROGLIan See KEROGHLIan

KEROPian (H) Cherub (baby angel).

KEROVPian See KEROVPEyan

KEROVPEyan Classical form of KEROPian.

KEROyan

KERPICHian SUN-DRIED BRICK, ADOBE.

KERPICHJIan

KERRIyan

KERSAMian

KERTENian

KERTMANian

KERTMENian

KERTOyan

KERVANBASHian (T) Leader of a caravan.

KERVANDJIan See KERVANJIan

KERVANJIan (T) Caravansary operator.

KESian

KESABLian See KESSABian

KESAyan

KESADJIKian

KESDEKian

KESEJIan (T) Maker/seller of hair gloves for scrubbing the skin.

KESEyan

KESENCIan

KESHian

KESHESHian

KESHGEGian See KESHKEKian

KESHGUERian

KESHISHian (T) Christian priest or monk

KESHISHzadeh See KESHISHian

KESHKEGian See KESHKEKian

KESHKEKJIan (T) Maker/seller of dish of wheat boiled with minced meat.

KESHMESHian

KESIyan

KESISian

KESKERian

KESKINian

KESSABian (Ab) Native of city of Kessab in Syria. See KASSABian.

KESSEDJIan/KESAJian (T) Maker/seller of coarse hair bath mitts

KESSISSian

KESTENian

KETCHian

KETCHADOURian

KETCHEDJIan

KETCHELian

KETCHIyan

KETCHOyan

KETEFian

KETENDJIan

KETENJIan (P/Ab/T) Maker/seller of flax linen.

KETENTCHIan See KETENJIan.

KETEyan (T) Maker/seller of pastry made of rice-flour.

KETIG ian

KETIK ian

KETMETian

KETSEMANian (H) Gethsemane, Biblical garden outside Jerusalem, scene of the agony, betrayal and arrest of Jesus.

KETSOyan

KEUCHEUKBALTAyan (T) Vendor of small axes.

KEUCHEUKian Small, young; insignificant; child.

KEUCEUKSHIRINian (T/P) Small and sweet; affable, charming.

KEUCEUKSIRINian See KUCUKSHIRINian

KEUCEUKYANTIRian (T) Native of Little Yantir, the name of a village near------?

KEUCHGERian

KEUCHGUERian

KEUCHKARian

KEUCHKERian

KEUFTEJIan (T) Maker/seller of stuffed meatballs with bulghour.

KEUFTERian

KEUHNELIan (T) Native of village of Keuhne, located in the area of Gessaria east of

the town of Yozgat.

KEUKJIan

KEULEyan

KEULI yan

KEULTCHEyan (T) Metal ingot worker.

KEUMURian

KEUNJIan

KEUPELIan (T) Earring-like; wearing earrings; with pendants

KEURAJIan (T). See KOURAJIan.

KEUREDGIan See KOURAJIan.

KEUREJIan See KOURAJIan.

KEURian See KOURAJIan.

KEURJIKian

KEUROGHELIan

KEUROGHLIyan

KEURPEyan

KEUSADADAYIan

KEUSEyan

KEUSEYian

KEUSHGENian

KEUSHGUERian

KEUSHKERian

KEUSHTOURian

KEUSSEyan See KEOSAyan

KEUTELIyan

KEUYOGHLIyan

KEVian

KEVANian

KEVERian

KEVKHOyan

KEVONian

KEVORian

KEVORKian (Gr) George: farmer, agriculturist.

KEVOyan Dim. of KEVORKian

KEVRANian

KEYianyan

KEYAyan

KEYFERian

KEYIJIan (T) Keyji: master fountain-maker

KEYISian See KAYISHian

KEYISHian

KEYMETian

KEYMETLIan

KEYTANJIan See KETENJIan

KEZARJIan

KEZERian

KEZIRian

KEZLARian

KEZLEyan

KEZORKian

KGULOyan

KHABAyan

KHACATURian

KHACHian

KHACHADOORian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHADORian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHADOURian (A) Cross bearer or giver; giver of or by the cross

KHACHADRian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHADURian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHAIRian

KHACHANian

KHACHAPARTSian

KHACHATOORian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHATORian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHATOURian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHATRian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHATURian See KHACHADOURian

KHACHEKian Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHACHENTSIan

KHACHERESian (a) face of a cross

KHACHERian (A) Crosses

KHACHIGian (A) Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHACHIKian (A) Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHACHIyan

KHACHMANian

KHACHOyan (A) Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHACHOOMian

KHACHOUHIan

KHADARian

KHADILian (T) Crude, hard, coarse.

KHADIMian Eunuch

KHADIVian

KHADJAGOUNI

KHADJIKian

KHADZian

KHAFFAFian See KAVAFian

KHAHDOyan

KHAJAGian

KHAKian

KHALAFian

KHALAPian

KHALARian

KHALATian (Ab) Gift bestowed by a king.

KHALBOURian

KHALIGian See KHALIJIan, HALIKian.

KHALIJIan (P) Rug/carpet weaver/seller

KHAMBEGian

KHAMBEKian

KHAMISian

KHANian

KHANABABian

KHANAGIRILMEZian (T) Someone who does not enter a khan, such as a tavern or

       coffeehouse. A prude.

KHANAMIRian T/Ab/P Found in Turkish, Arabic and Persian, khan and amir are descriptive

       terms that have overlapping meanings. Both can be variously defined as lord, 
       sovereign, 
       commander, chieftain. Thus a fitting rendering would be commander-in-chief.
       See AMIRKHANian.

KHANANian

KHANARian

KHANAZADian

KHANBABian

KHANBEGian

KHANDAMian

KHANDIGian

KHANDIKian

KHANDJIan

KHANian See KHANJIan

KHANJIan.(T) Innkeeper.

KHANLARian

KHANLIan

KHANLIJIan

KHANTROUNI

KHANTSAROURian ( ) Swaddling band.

KHANTSIan ( ) Native of Khan, a village near Sepastia, Historic Armenia.

KHANTZian See KHANTSian.

KHANYEDian

KHANZADian

KHANZATian

KHANZETian

KHANZOGHian

KHARADJIan

KHARAJIan

KHARAJJIan

KHARARDJIan

KHARATian (Ab)

KHARCHERian

KHARIBian

KHARMADJIan (T) See KHARMANJIan

KHARMANDARian (T) Owner of grain for threshing

KHARMANJIan (T) Thresher; sorter, blending expert, blender of tobacco, etc.

KHARODJILian

KHARPERTian

KHASARDian

KHASHADOURian See KHACHADOURian

KHASHAMANian

KHASHARian

KHASMANian

KHASSian

KHATian

KHATALIan Hata = mistake, fault, blunder.

KHATANASian

KHATANASSian

KHATCATRian

KHATCHADOURian See KHACHADOURian

KHATCHADRian See KHACHADOURian

KHATCHADURian See KHACHADOURian

KHATCHATOURian See KHACHADOURian

KHATCHATRian

KHATCHATURian See KHACHADOURian

KHATCHERian

KHATCHIKian Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHATCHOyan Dim. of KHACHADOURian

KHATISian

KHATISSian

KHATJIRian

KHATOUNian (TT) A noble lady, queen, mistress.

KHATOUNAGian (TT/A) Little lady.

KHAVILIJIan (T) Maker/seller of towels.

KHAVLIJIan

KHAVLOUJIan

KHAYian

KHAZABASHian (Ab/T) Master or head silk worker or merchant.

KHAZANCHIan (P) Treasurer.

KHAZARian ( ) Native of the village of Khazar in the vicinity of Bitlis. Khazar

can also be a diminutive of Ghazaros, and variant of Yeghiazar. See YEGHIAZARian.

KHAZINian (T) Hazin in modern Turkish: Sad, melancholy.

KHAZMADARian (P) Lord of the treasury.

KHCHIRian

KHEBOyan

KHECHOOMian

KHECHOUMian

KHEDERian

KHEDERLARian

KHEDESHian

KHEJIRIKian

KHEMTEMOURian (T) Khem (hem): Pers. Prefix indicating similarity or company;

Temour (Temur-Leng) Tamerlane

KHERBEKIAN See KURBUYUKian

KHERDian (T) Truncation of kherd-kach: break and run

The Kherdian sub-clan traces back to a common ancestor. Here is what Charles

(Garabed) Hardy of Racine, Wisconsin has to say about the history of the name:

The story about our family name, Kherdian, is the following:

The name of our entire clan was Bakaian. Our part of the clan became Kherdian

as a result of the following event:

My paternal grandfather, Garabed Kherdian, was a carpenter by trade. One day a

Turk from a neighboring village came to Khulakugh (a village near Kharpert City) and asked Grandfather Garabed to make and hang a door for him. When the job was completed, Grandfather Garabed went to see the Turk to get paid. The Turk told him that he did not have the money that day and that Grandfather should come back another day. Each time Grandfather went to see the Turk to get paid, he got the same answer. Finally, he was convinced that the Turk had no intention of paying him.

So Grandfather Garabed came up with a plan. Late one night, he along with his brothers and cousins went to this Turkish village. While everyone was sound asleep, they chopped down the door and fled. As they were fleeing, the Turks woke startled and started screaming “kherduh khashduh” which in Turkish dialect means “destroyed and fled.”

Since that time the name of our part of the clan became Kherdian.

KHEREMian

KHERIMian Kerem ? Khrim ?

KHERLOBian See KHERLOPian.

KHERLOPian (Ab/T) Hayir: good, lop: bolt (food) One who swallows food by the

mouthful; a gourmand. KHESH ADORian See KHACHADOURian

KHESHVADJIan

KHETIGian

KHEUBESERian

KHEYMATian See KUYMETian.

KHIDISHian

KHITABian

KHITIKian

KHLEBNIKian (R) Baker.

KHLGHATyan

KHMBOyan

KHNDAMian

KHANDAMIRian


KHNGENI

KHNTIRian

KHODABASHIAN

KHODADADian

KHODANian (T) Hodan: One who cultivates and sells a coarse, hairy, blue-flowered

European herb, used medicinally and in salads.

KHODAVERDian See KHOUDAVERDian

KHODIGian

KHODJAMIRian

KHODJASARian

KHODJASSARian

KHODZAHABASHian

KHOJAMIRian

KHOJIKian

KHOKASian

KHOLAMian (T) Maker or seller of cinch belts that a hamal (porter0 uses to haul heavy

objects on the shoulders. KHOLI APANian See KOLIAPAN.

KHONARHian

KHOOBATian

KHOOMARian

KHORANian

KHORCHIDian


KHORENATSIan

KHORENian

KHORIGian

KHORIKian

KHORKHORian


KHORODIGian

KHOROZian (T) Rooster, cock-of-the-walk; someone who struts about; or puts on airs;

hammer of a gun.

KHORSANDian

KHOSDEGHian

KHOSHABJIan

KHOSHAFian

KHOSROFian See KHOSROVian

KHOSROianV (P) Famous, renowned, celebrated.

KHOSROVANOUSHian


KHOSROVATOUGHDian

KHOSROVIGian

KHOSTIKian

KHOTCHARian

KHOTCHODOURian See KHACHADOURian.

KHOTSIKian

KHOUBESERian

KHOUBESSERian

KHOUDABABian (P/T) Godfather.

KHOUDABAKHSHian (P) God-given. The Armenian equivalent is

ASDVADZADOURian. KHOU DAGOULian (P) God’s rose.

KHOUDAVERDian (P/T) God -given. The Armenian equivalent is

ASDVADZADOURian. KHOU GASian See GHOUGASian.

KHOUNGANian (P) Khondkar: lord, God.

KHOUNOUNTZ

KHOURDADJIan See KHOURDAJIan.

KHOURDAJIan (T) (T) Scrap metal dealer. See HOURDAJIan.

KHOURDOyan (T/TT) Wolf.

KHOURMATian (P) Date (fruit).

KHOUROUZian

KHOURSHID iam

KHOURSHOUDian (P) Sun.

KHOURTADJIan

KOUZOUBASHian

KHOYAN

KHOYANKian

KHOYETSIan (P/A) Native of city of Khoy, Iran.

KHOYETSyan See KHOYETSIan

KHOYLIan

KHOZOZian


KHRAKHOUNian

KHRIMian ( ) Native of Crimea.

KHTCHIKian

KHTIKian

KHUBELIan

KHUDAVERDIan (P/T) Native of Khudaverdi in the Lake Urmia region

KHURDADJIan See KHOURDAJIan.

KHURDAJIan See KHOURDAJIan

KHURDAVATCHIan (T) Seller of small wares, peddler, ironmonger.

KHURSHUDian

KHUSHABAyan

KHZMALian (T) 1. Impatient. 2. Successful, fortunate. 3. Maker/seller of women’s

jewelry. 4. Adorned with a nose bead. KIAKA CHOyann

KIBARian (T/Ab) Refined, polite, well-bred, genteel; eminent persons, belonging to the

upper class. KIBAS ian

KIBRITJIan (T) Seller of friction matches.

KICHAKian

KIDANian

KIDANENAR ian

KIDIKian

KIDISHian

KIELIan

KILian

KILADJIan See KULUJIan; KILERJIan, KILEJIan.

KILAGHBian (T) Kilab : dogs (?)

KILAMian

KILARJI See KILERJIan


KILBASHian KILECIan See KILEJIan

KILEDJIan (T) See KILEJIan

KILEJIan (T) Weighmaster.. Kile: measure of capacity just over a bushel.

KILERCIan See KILERJIan

KILERJIan (T) A kind of butler/housekeeper; pantryman.

KILICARSLANian

KILICIan See KULUJIan

KILICyan See KULUJIan

KILIDJIan See KULUJIan

KILIJIan See KULUJIan

KILIMian (T) Maker/seller of pileless carpets.

KILIMJIan See KILIMIan.

KILISLIan (T) Native of Kilis,

KILISSian See KILISLIan KILJIan (T) Supplier of kil, fuller’s earth/clay used in cleaning cloth.

KILLABian

KILLEDJIan See KILEJIan

KILLian

KIMATian (Ab) Worthy; of value.

KINASian

KINASSian

KINDJIan

KINEBANIAN (T/A) Harboring a grudge

KINEVARTian

KINIGian

KINOSian (A) Dim. of YEVKINEOSian

KINOSSian See KINOSian.

KINOyan (A) Dim. of KNARian

KINTian

KIOUMEJIan

KIRian

KIRAJIan (T) Lessee, tenant, lodger. See KOURAJIan.

KIRAKOSian

KIRAKOSSian

KIRAMEDJIan

KIRAMICHian KIRAMIDZHian

KIRAMIJIan


KIRAZian

KIRCIKian

KIRCORian See KRIKOEian.

KIRDEMIRian

KIRECHJIan (T) Lime merchant, keeper of a lime depot, lime burner.

KIREDJIan See KIRECHJIan


KIREDZHyan See KIRECHJIan

KIREGIAN See KIRECHJIan

KIREJIan See KIRECHJIan

KIREMEDJIan See KIREMITJIan

KIREMIDJIan See KIREMITJIan

KIREMITDJIan See KIREMITJIan

KIREMITJIan (T) Tile maker; roof tile seller; tiler.

KIRENian

KIRETCHJIan See KIRECHian

KIRICHian See KIRISHian

KIRIJIan (T) Money-changer.

KIRIKian

KIRIMian See KHRIMian.

KIRIMIZIan

KIRISHian (T): Preparer/seller of sheep or catgut strings for violin, bow, or surgical

sutures.

KIRISHJIan See KIRISHian

KIRITCHJIan See KIRECHIan

KIRJIan See KIRAJIan

KIRJILian (T) Kurchul: Sprinkled with gray.

KIRKESELIan

KIRKLIan

KIRKORian

KIRKOSian

KIRKOYan

KIRKYASHARian See KURKYASHARian.

KIRLIan

KIRMIZEyan

KIRMIZIOGLU (T) Kurmuz: cochineal

KIROZian

KIRTan

KIRTOGIian

KISAGIan

KISHian

KISHISHian

KISHMOian

KISSOian

KITABJIan (T) Bookseller

KITISCHian

KITSINian

KIUDian


KIULNAZARian See GULNAZARian

KIUREGHian See GIUREGHian

KIVIRian

KIYAN

KIZAKian

KIZER See KZIRian

KIZIR See KZIR.

KJOYOMJIan

KLAGian

KLAJIan

KLANian

KLDJIan See KULUJIan.

KLEDJIan


KLENDJIan See KULUNJIan


KLETJIan

KLIJIan

KLOian

KLOONGIan


KLUDJI an See KULUJIan

KLUJIan See KULUJIan

KLURian

KLUTCHian See KULUJIan

KNAyan

KNADJIan See KUNAJIan

KNAJIan See KUNAJIan

KNARian (A) Harp

KNARIGian Diminutive if KNARian


KNELian

KNIAZian KNKOUSHian

KNNABLIan

KNOAyan

KNOSian

KNOUNI

KNYAZian

KOBJIan

KOCian

KOCAMANian See KOJAMANian

KOCHIANian

KOCHAKian (T) Brave, generous.

KOCHARian Emigrant, transmigrant

KOCHEKian

KOCHian (T) Sturdy and plucky young man.

KOCHIKian See KOCHian

KOCHKANian

KOCHKARian

KOCHKERian

KOCHOUNian

KOCHUNian

KOCIyan

KODAVERDIan

KODIKian

KODJAyan

KODJABABian

KODJASSARian

KODJIan

KODJORian

KODOKian

KODZHOGLIan

KODZIan

KOEROGHLIan

KOETELIan

KOGHGARian

KOHARian

KOHARIGian

KOHNELIan See KEUHNELIan.

KOHVEKJIan

KOJAyan (T) Old;ancient; large; great; famous. Husband; old man; elder..

KOJABABian

KOJABASHian

KOJAKian


KOJAMANian (T) Huge, enormous/ KOJAOGLANian (T) Great or famous boy, servant, catamite.

KOJASSARian

KOJEyan

KOJEKIAN See KOCHAKian

KOJIan

KOJIKian

KOJOyan

KOKIKian

KOKCHIan (T) Herbalist.

KOKORian

KOKOZian

KOKSHANian

KOLAyan

KOLANDJIan

KOLANGIan

KOLANJIan (T) Maker/dealer of broad bands or belts; binding round the bottom of a

tent; rope of a swing. KOLCHAKian (T) Maker or seller of mittens, arm bands, armlets, cuff protectors


KOLEGian

KOLETAVITian

KOLETAVIToglu

KOLGIan

KOLLIGian

KOLOyan

KOLOLIan ( ) Native of

KOLTOUKDJIan

KOLYAPAN (T) Kol: arm. Leg, shoulder; yapan: straighten, set right. Chiropractor.

KOMESHian

KOMIDISSian

KOMIKIyan

KOMJIan

KOMOORian See KEOMOURJIan.

KONian

KONANian

KONCHAGULian

KONCHAUGULian

KONDAyan

KONDAKian See KOUNDAKJIan.

KONDAKJIan See KOUNDAKJIan.

KONDAYian

KONDAZian

KONDERAJIan See KUNDURAJIan

KONDOURADJIan See KUNDURAJIan


KONDOURAJIan See KUNDURAJIan

KONDRAJIan See KUNDURAJIan

KONIALIan

KONILIan

KONJOyan

KONLIan

KONSSOULIan

KONSTANTian

KONTCHEGUL

KONYALIan (T) Native of Konya in Historic Armenia.

KOOBATian (P/T) Koobat or kubat in Turkish means vulgar, coarse; common (accent on way of speaking). However when questioned closely on the historic pronunciation of his family name, Gregory Koobatian acknowledge that it was originally Khoobatian. This puts an entirely different face on it. Khub in Persian music good, an at in Turkish means horse. When the Persian word entered Turkish (probably in Ottoman times) the “kh” sound was preserved. But with the modernization of the Turkish language and alphabet “kh” was replaced with “h”. Thus you would get hub, which passes for love in Turkish Arabic, and Persian. The foregoing suggests two possibilities for the name:

The owner of good or fine horses, or a lover of horses, as is the case with PILIBBOSian (Phil hippos).

To which Gregory and Nadine (nee Sarajian) add the following comment:

We are especially pleased that a “lover of fine horses” would marry the descendant of the Sarajians, the “saddlemakers.”

KOOBIGian

KOOCHAGian See KOUCHAGian. KOOHARian

KOOLian

KOOLAKian

KOOLLOyan

KOOLOyan

KOOMian

KOOMJIan

KOOMRUyan

KOONDAKJIan

KOOSHian

KOOSHOyan

KOOTBEGian

KOOYOOMJIan

KOOYUMJIan

KOOZOOJIan

KOPian

KOPALIan

KOPOyan

KOPOGHLU (T) Scoundrel, rat

KOPOOSHian

KOPOOSian

KOPOYian (T) Sporting dog; hound.

KOPUCHian

KOPUZian A plucked instrument

KORian

KORAyn

KORAJIan

KORAKian

KORANian

KORDESOYian

KORDian gnamol. Gin, as in wife or woman, and mol as in moli, fond

Gortian. Nothing with Kord.

In my book of names published in Yerevan in 2000 by Dikran Avedisian, I find Kortyan (we would spell it Kordian) ,.


The rendering of Kordyan in Avedisian's book is along Eastern Armenian lines. Although the first letter is keh, the fourth is diun, which is pronounced more like a t sound.

The derivation is Turkish, but borrowed from Italian, where presumably cort is an abbreviation of corti or a truncation of corteggiamento, which means courtship.



In that same book I find Haydostyan, which is defined as kiugh Garsi marzi Oltii ogroukoum.

Kordoian is not a familiar name to me, but I have heard of the name Kordolian, which I 

don't have any data on either.

But, the suffix li suggests a native of a village named Kordo. And of course, the Armenian rendering would be Kordo without the li, or Kordotsi, plus the ian.


KORDOLIan

KORDJIan

KORDOGHLIan See KOROGHLUyan

KORDZian

KORDZAGADARian

KOREKian

KORENian See KHORENian

KORESian

KOREZOREGian

KORGLUyan

KORHAJIan

KORHOUNian

KORISian

KORKian (A) Carpet weaver/seller.

KORKEGIan See KORKian

KORKOyan See KORKian

KOROGHLIan See KOROGHLUyan

KOROGHLUyan (T) The hero of a popular legend; son of a blind man

KOROGLUyan See KOROGHLUyan

KOROMANian

KORTMOSian

KORTUNian

KORUKCHIan (T) Bellows maker/operator; instigator, agitator.

KORYUMian

KORUKCHIan (T) Shovel maker/seller;

KOSian

KOSEYAN

KOSHian

KOSHARian

KOSHGARian

KOSHGERian

KOSHKAKARian See GOSHGAGARian

KOSHKARian

KOSHKERian

KOSOYian

KOSPIGian

KOSROFian See KHOSROVian

KOSSAYian

KOSTAN ian

KOSTEGian

KOSTOGLIan

KOTANJIan

KOTCHian

KOTCHIKian See KHACHIKian, KOCHIKian, KOCHAKian, KUCHUKian.

KOTCHOLOSian

KOTCHOUyan

KOTCHOUNian

KOTCHUNian

KOTELIan

KOTIKian

KOTONian

KOTOian

KOTZian

KOUBATIan (T) Vulgar, coarse; common (accent or way of speaking). See KOOBATian.

KOUBELIan

KOUBIGian

KOUBIKian

KOUBOUCHian

KOUCHAGian

KOUCHAKDGIan

KOUCHAKDJIan

KOUCHAKian

KOUCHOOKian SeeKOUCHOUKian

KOUDAKJIan

KOUFEJIan (T) Maker/seller of large, deep baskets; porter (who carries goods in a

basket on his head) KOUF TEJIan (T) Preparer/vendor of stuffed meatballs; blowhard, braggart, liar.

KOUGASian See GHOUGASian

KOUIOUNDDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUJAKian

KOUJOUMJIan

KOUKEyan

KOULAJIan

KOULAKJIan (T) Maker/seller of earflaps, earmuffs.

KOULAKSEZian See KOULAKSOUZian.

KOULAKSOUZian (T) Literally, without an ear; figuratively, having no ear for music.

KOULANJIan See KOLANJIan

KOULEYian

KOULHANJIan (T) Coal tender for Turkish bath.

KOULian

KOULOyan

KOUMian See KOUMJIan.

KOUMian See KOUMJIan, KOUYOUMJIan.

KOUMJIan (T) Sand, gravel.dealer, see KOUYOUMJIan.

KOUMKOUMian (T) Kumkuma: narrow-necked vase or bottle; used in such expressions

as esrar kumkumasi, one full of secrets; malumat kumkumasi, a mine of

information. KOUM Rian See KEOMOURJIan

KOUMRIyan See KEOUMROUyan.

KOUMRIGian (T) Dim. of KOUMROUyan. See Goumrigian.

KOUMROUKian (T) Customs officer.


KOUMROUyan (P) Kumri, (T) Kumru: Turtle-dove, ring-dove, noted for its plaintive

cooing, and affectionate disposition. Inseparable lover. KOUM ROYan See KOUMROUyan

KOUNDAKJIan (T) Maker/dealer of swaddling clothes or gunstocks; incendiary; mischief maker.

KOUNDOURAJIan (T) Shoemaker.


KOUNGANian

KOURAJIan (T) Military recruit or conscript; member of a committee charged with the

drawing of lots for military service. KOURBANian (Ab) Victim, sacrifice. KOUR BETian

KOURBOUCHian

KOURian

KOURKENian KOURKJIan (T) Furrier.

KOURKLIan (T) Adorned with furs.

KOURKOUNian

KOUROUyan

KOURTJIan

KOUSANian (A) Minstrel.

KOUSHAyan

KOUSHAGian (A) Seer, soothsayer, fortune-teller..

KOUSHAGJIan See KOUSHAGian

KOUSHAKian (T) Belt/sash/girdle maker/seller.

KOUSHAKDJIan See KOUSHAKian

KOUSHAKJIan See KOUSHAKian

KOUSHAKOLJIan

KOUSHARian Belt maker.

KOUSHian

KOUTCHEGOULian (T/P) Little rose.

KOUTICHian See KOUTOUJIan.

KOUTNOUyan

KOUTOUJIan (T) Dealer in small boxes or cases.

KOUTSOUZian

KOUYian See KOYian

KOUYMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOMDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan


KOUYOUJIan (T) Well digger.

KOUYOUMAJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOUMDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOUMJIan (T) Jeweler

KOUYOUMOGIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOUMOJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOUNDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUYOUNGIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOUZian Dim. of KOUZOUJIan

KOUZOUyan See KOUZOUJIan.

KOUZOUGIan See KOUZOUJIan

KOUZOUJIan (T) Sheep-herder; Mild man.

KOUZOUKian

KOVOUKTCHIan

KOYan (T) Villager.

KOYOMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan

KOZAKian

KOZANian ( ) Native of Sis

KOZANLIan See KOZANian.

KOZAyan

KOZELian

KOZMIyan

KOZYBEYOKian See GOZBUYUKian.

KRADJIan See KIRAJIan.

KRAFian

KRADJIan See KIRAJIan, KOURAJIan

KRAJIAN See KIRAJIan, KOURAJIan

KRAKARian

KRAKASHian See KARAKASHian

KRALian King?

KRAMEDJIan See KIREMIDJIan

KRAMIJIan (T) See KIREMIDJIan

KRANian See GRANian.

KRASHIan

KRASKian

KRATian See KRATLIan.

KRATLIan Village?

KRDIKian

KREDian

KREED ?

KREKORian See KRIKORian

KRICHian See KIRISHian

KRICORian See KRIKORian

KRIKian See KRIKORian

KRIKORian (G) Krigoris: (Gregory) Awake, stay awake to watch

KRIKORISian See KRIKORian

KRIMian See KHRIMian

KRISDINEyan

KRISTAPORian (Gr) Christ bearer.


KRISTian

KRISTINian

KRIyan

KRKOURian See KRIKORian

KRNEKLIan See KERNEKLIan.

KROHANian

KROLian

KROLIyn

KROMANOUKian

KRYSTian

KSACHIKian

KSACHMANian

KSACHUKian

KSADJIKian

KSADZHIKian

KSAJIKian

KSARJIan See KASSARJIan.

KSAYian

KSBOyan Dim. of KASBARian.

KSPARian See KASBARian.

KSPOyan Dim. of KASBARian.

KUBATian See KOUBATian.

KUBESRian

KUBIan

KUBIKian Dim. of KUBian

KUBOOSHian

KUCHUKian See KEUCHEUKian

KUCHURSHIan

KUCUKian See KEUCHEUKian

KUDian See KUTian

KUDANian (K) Var. of khudan: master, lord, patron.

KUDUGULyan

KUDURSHIan

KUESBEGian (T/K) Küs: Easily offended, beg: Feudal lord

KUFEJIan See KOUFEJIan .

KUFTEJIan See KOUFTEJIan.

KUIJUyan

KUIMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUIUMDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUIUMGIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUJian

KUJAKian Breast, embrace, lap.

KULian See GOULian.

KULAHian

KULAHJIan

KULAHLIan

KULAJIan

KULAKSEZian See KOULAKSOUZian

KULANDJIan See KOULHANJIan.

KULANSHian

KULBASHian

KULEGian

KULESERian

KULEyan

KULHANian See KOULHANJIan.

KULHANBEYIan (T) A tough.

KULHANDJIan See KOULHANJIan

KULHANGIan See KOULHANJIan

KULHANJIan See KOULHANJIan

KULINGIan

KULJIan

KULKHANTANian ? (T) kul: slave, creature; formerly Janissary. Khan: sovereign,

warehouse,factory; KULL UKian

KULTCHEyan See KEULTCHEyan.

KULUCHian See KUUJIan

KULUDJIan See KULUJIan

KULUFian (T) Vendor of sheaths, cases (pillow); sheather.

KULUJIan (T) Sword or saber maker/dealer

KULUKian

KULUMGIan

KULUNGIan See KULUNJIan

KULUNJIan (T) One beset with colic, cramp, lumbago

KUMKUMian See KOUMKOUMian.

KUMRIyan See KOUMROUyan.

KUMRUKian See KOUMROUKian.

KUMRUyan See KOUMROUyan

KUNian(T) Sheath of a sword, scabbard.

KUNAJIan (T) Maker/seller of kuna (henna)

KUNDAJIan See KOUNDAKJIan

KUNDAKCIan

KUNDAKJIan See KOUNDAKJIan

KUNDUBEKian

KUNDURAJIan See KOUNDOURAJIan.

KUNTASHian

KUPAian TROPHY.

KUPALIan See KEUPELIan

KUPELIan See KEUPELIan.

KUPFRian

KUPJIan

KUPRIyan

KURAJIan See KIRAJIan, KOURAJIan.

KURAZian See KOURAJIan.

KURBAJIan: (T) Maker/seller of water skins/bottles.

KURBANian (Ab) Sacrifice, victim.

KURBASHian (T) Maker/seller of horsewhips, whips, scourges.

KURBUYUKian (T) Possessing a gray moustache.

KURCERENian

KURCHIan

KURCHILan (T) Sprinkled with gray.

KURDian

KURDOGHLIan See KOROGHLUyan.

KUREDJIan See KOURAJIan

KUREGHian See GIUREGHian

KUREGian See GIUREGHian, KOURAJIan

KUREJIan See KOURAJIan

KUREKCHIan (T) Maker/ seller of oars; paddles, rower, oarsman

KURESTian

KURGHINian

KURian See KOURAJIan

KURIyan

KURJIan

KURKian See KOURKJIan

KURKCHIan

KURKCIan See KOURKJIan

KURKDJIan See KOURKJIan

KURKEDJI See KOURKJIan

KURKGIan See KOURKJIan

KURKJIan See KOURKJIan


KURKLIan See KOURKLIan


KURKTIan

KURKYASHARian (T) Forty (cheers?)

KURMAJIan (T) Small grain or corn merchant;

KURNAZian Wily ?.

KUROGHLIan See KOROGHLUyan,

KURTian

KURTIGian (T/A) Little or dear wolf.

KURTIKian See KURTIGian

KURTIKyan See KURTIGian

KURTJIan

KURTLIan

KURTOUSHian

KURUMLIan ( ) Native of Aintab, Historic Armenia.


KURUZian

KURyan

KUSEyan

KUSHAKian See KOUSHAKJIan.

KUSHDILIan

KUSHIGian

KUSHKARian See GOSHGARian.

KUSian

KUSSAJIKian

KUTAHian See KUTAHYAyan

KUTAHYAyan ( ) Native of Kutahya, Historic Armenia.

KUTian (T) Luck, prosperity.

KUTCHUKian See KOUCHOUKian

KUTMERian

KUTNERian

KUTREyan

KUTSUKian

KUTUJIan See KOUTOUJIan

KUTUKian

KUTUMian

KUYAMJIan

KUYMETian (T) Worth or value.

KUYOOMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUYUJIan (T) Tobacco cutter; shore fisherman.

KUYUMCian See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUYUMDJIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUYUMJIan See KOUYOUMJIan.

KUZian

KUZENian

KUZIGian

KUZIRian See KZIRian

KUZOian See KOUZOUJIan

KUZUJIan See KOUZOUJIan

KUZUKian

KVOUKSOURian

KVRyan

KYOURACHIan See KOURAJIan.

KYOURAJIan See KOURAJIan.

KYOUREJIan See KOURAJIan.

KYOURICHIan See KOURAJIan

KYOUROGHLIan (T) Plump. See KOROGHLUyan.

KYOROKLIan See KOROGHLUyan

KYUREGHian See GIUREGHian.

KYURKCHIan See KOURKJIan.

KYUTOUNian

KYWFTERELIan

KZIRian (A) Burgomaster, mayor of village. village headman’s helper.Also, an executor,

a person who implements decisions of the higher governors of his office. KZLian

KZOyan See KZIRian