Dictionary of Armenian Surnames P

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PABian

PABBOUJIan See PABOUJIan

PABIGian See BABIGian, POBIGian.

PABOOJIan See PABOUJIan

PABOUDJIan See PABOUJIan

PABOUJIan (Ab/P/T) Maker/seller of shoes, slippers, cobbler.

PABUCIan See PABOUJIan

PABUJIan See PABOUJIan

PACHADJIan See PACHAJIan

PACHAJIan (T) Seller of sheep’s trotters.

PACHANian (A) Pakhchanian: pakhchelbayits, good runner

PACHAYan See PASHALIan.

PACKLAyan

PACRADOUNI

PADian

PADRAGANian

PADVAGANian

PAELIan

PAGDIGian

PAGDIKian

PAGHDIGian

PAGHISHETSIan

PAGOUMian

PAGOUNTS

PAGOURian

PAGTIKian

PAHIGian

PAHLAVANian (P) Champion.

PAHLAWANian See PAHLAVANian

PAHLEVANian See PAHLAVANian

PAHLVESTZI

PAILAG

PAILOyan

PAITyan

PAJIan

PAKARian

PAKARADian

PAKDANOSian

PAKHCHANian (A) A good runner.

PAKHTAVORian (A) Fortunate, lucky.

PAKHTIGian Dim. of PAKHTAVORian.

PAKINEyan

PAKLAyan

PAKRADian See PAKRADOUNI.

PAKRADOONI PAKRADOUNI

PAKRADOONian See PAKRADOUNI

PAKRADOUNI (A) Armenian dynasty.

PAKSARian

PALABUYUKian (T) Large curved moustache.

PALADian

PALAKian See PARLAKian

PALANCHIan See PALANJIan

PALANDJIan See PALANJIan

PALANJIan (P) Maker/seller of broad soft saddle without frame; pad or cushion that

substitutes for a saddle in the East; pack-saddle

PALASANian See BALASANian

PALATian

PALAyan sword

PALENIan

PALian

PALIG ian

PALLIyan

PALOUian

PALOyan Dim. of PAHLAVANian. Paloyan is the family name of opera singer and actor

George Del Monte.

PALULian Village

PALVETZIan

PAMBAGian

PAMBAKian

PAMBEyan

PAMBOOKian See

PAMBOUKian See

PAMBOUKOKIan

PAMBOURSHIan

PAMOUKian See PAMOUKJIan

PAMOUKJIan (T) Cotton grower/seller.

PAMPALIan Native

PAMPEyan

PAMUKJIan See PAMOUKJIan.

PANian

PANAGian

PANAGATian

PANBUKJIan See

PANAJian

PANCHOOKian

PANDJARJIan

PANDZHian

PANEyan

PANGARGEIyan

PANIyan

PANIGian

PANIKian

PANIRian

PANJARJIan

PANJIan

PANOSian (Gr) Bright, shining, pure.

PANOSSian See PANOSian.

PANOyan Dim. of PANOSian.

PANSHOUKian

PANTIKian

PAPACHANian

PAPADJANian See BABAJANian

PAPAGian

PAPAJIan

PAPAKHian

PAPALIan

PAPANyan

PAPANDRIyan

PAPARian

PAPARIGian

PAPASian See PAPAZian

PAPAZian (Gr) Priest, friar, monk, clergyman; pastor, minister.

PAPELCHIan See PAPELJIan.

PAPELian (H) Dim. of Zorapapelsignifying “Descendant of Babylon.”

PAPELJIan (T) Cardsharper; undependable man.

PAPERTSian

PAPERTSIan

PAPERTZIan

PAPyan Dim. of various names.

PAPIGian (P) Father.

PAPIKian See PAPIGian.

PAPGENian See PAPIGian.

PAPIRian

PAPKENian See PAPIGian.

PAPOUGian

PAPOyan Dim. of PAPIGian.

PAPOUJIan See PABOUJIan

PAPOWian

PAPROOMian See PAPROUMian

PAPROUMian

PAPUGian See PAPOUGian

PAPUKian See PAPOUGian

PARAGAMian

PARAGHAMian

PARAGian

PARAMAZian (P) Governor.

PARANGian

PARANSEMian

PARAVAZian

PARAVONian

PARCHANian

PARECHANian ( ) Native of the village of Parechan, near Kharpert, Historic Armenia.

PAREGian

PAREMUZyan See PARAMAZian

PARENian

PARENAKian

PARENTSEMian

PARETCHANian

PAREVONian (Eg) Pharaoh, a ruler of ancient Egypt; tyrant; great house.

PARian

PARIGian

PARIKian

PARISian

PARLAKian (T) Bright, brilliant,successful, glad, radiant.

PARMAKSZianian (T) Possessing small fingers.

PARNAGian Dim. of PARNAVAZian. See PAROUNAGian.

PARNAKian

PARNAVAZian (P) Glorious arm.

PARNOOGian

PARONyan

PAROOHIyan

PAROONAGian See PAROUNAGian

PAROUHIyan

PAROUNAGian (A) Grapevine branch. See PARNAGian.

PAROyan (A) With goodness, glory.

PARPARian

PARSAGHian See PARSEGHian

PARSAKian See PARSEGHian

PARSAMian See BARSAMian ?

PARSANian See BARSAMian ?

PARSATANian (P) Persian intellectual.

PARSEGian See PARSEGHian

PARSEGHian (Gr) Basileus/Vasileos: Basil: king

PARSEGian See PARSEGHian

PARSEKian See PARSEGHian

PARSIKian See PARSEGHian

PARTAMian (A) Rich, luxurious, ostentatious, pompous.

PARTEVian

PARTIKian

PARTIZian

PARTOGHOMEOSian PARTOUGHIMEOSian

PARTOGHOMian See PARTOUGHIMEOSian

PARTOUGHIMEOSian 1. (H/Ar)) Son of a plowman. 2. (Gr) Son of war, warlike.

PARTOyan

PARUNAGian

PARVANian

PASHABEZian

PASHALIan (T) Military general-like.

PASHAyan See PASHALIan.

PASHGIan

PASHian

PASHIGian

PASHINian

PASHKHIan

PASHOyan

PASHOOGian

PASian

PASKALian (T) Comic, buffoon.

PASKALYAyan (T/H) Easter (Pesach)

PASKERian 1. See PASKALian; 2. (T) pusuruk: shy, diffident.

PASKEVICHian

PASKHALian See PASKALian, PASKALYAyan.

PASTAJIan (T) Pastry vendor (nougats).

PASTERMAJIan (T) Maker/seller of pressed, dried, seasoned meat, usually beef.

(Family name of Armen Garo, Armenian revolutionary.)

PATian

PATANian

PATAPANian

PATAPOUTian

PATATian

PATATANian

PATCHADJIan

PATERNAyan

PATIKian

PATILian

PATKANian

PATOyan

PATRICian

PATRIKian

PATTINian

PATUGHian

PATZARian

PAULian See BOGHOSian.

PAUSTian

PAVAGANian

PAVLIan

PAYASLIan (?) Native of village of Payas in the vicinity of Adana, Historic Armenia.

PAYATian

PAYLAGian

PAYLAKian

PAYLANian

PAYLIGian

PAYTian (A) Wood.worker/seller.

PAYTONJIAN

PAZARian

PAZARJIan

PAZEyan

PAZIKian

PAZOUGian

PCHAKJIan

PDDAZHian

PECHAKJIan See BUCHAKJIan.

PECHDIMALDJIan See PESHTAMALJIan.

PECHIKJIan

PECHTIMALDJIan See PESHTAMALJIan.

PECKJIan

PEDian

PEGAKGIan

PEGLARian

PEHLIVANian (P/T) Wrestler, champion, hero. See PAHLAVANian.

PEHLIZANian

PEKian (T) Hard, firm, aloud

PEKJIan (T) Haed?, Ipek?

PEKLARian

PEKMEZian See PEKMEZJIan

PEKMEZJIan (T) Maker/seller of grape molasses, treacle.

PELENGHIyan

PELOyan

PELOVian

PELTEKian (T) Stammerer, stutterer.

PENBEyan

PEMBEDJIan

PENDONian

PENERian

PENERDZHiIn

PENERJHIan

PENIAMINian

PENIGian

PEOTORian See BEDROSian

PEPELian

PEPEyan

PERDEJIan (T) Curtain maker/seller, doorkeeper.

PERETHian

PERETZian

PERGROUHIyan

PERIMian

PERINGIan See PIRINJIan

PERINJIan See PIRINJIan

PERLIyan

PERNIyan

PEROUDian

PEROUZian

PERPERian

PERSAPEyan

PERTAGian

PERZIGian

PESENian

PESHTAMALJIan (T) Dealer in bath towels.

PESHTIMALDJIan See PESHTAMALJIan.

PESHTIMALJIan See PESHTAMALJIan.

PETian

PETAKJIan

PETOyan Dim of BEDROSian

PETRAGian

PETRAKian

PETRESCUyan See BEDROSian

PETRIKian Dim. of BEDROSian

PETROSian See BEDROSian

PETROSSian See BEDROSian

PETROUSian See BEDROSian

PEYNIRDGIan ee PEYNIRJIan

PEYNIRJIan (T) Cheese monger.

PEZESHKian See PZHISHKian.

PEZIGian

PHILian See PILIBBOSian

PHILIBOSian See PILIBBOSian

PHILIBOSSian See PILIBBOSian

PHILIPian See PILIBBOSian

PHILIPOSian See PILIBBOSian

PHILIPOSS See PILIBBOSian

PHILIyan Seeian PILIBBOSian

PHILLIBOSian See PILIBBOSian

PIANKian

PICHIGian

PIDDIyan

PIDEDJIan (Gr/A/T) The following information was kindly provided by Antovk

Pidedjian, son of Dr. Krikor Pidedjian:

“Our version of pide bread is different from thin pocket pita. Our pide is a thicker loaf

(no pocket) that was eaten on special occasions in Ottoman times. As a testimony to the

power of nicknames, my ancestors were not bakers or sellers of pide. They were in the

construction business (khalfas) – cement was their specialty. Whenever they finished a

big job, they would distribute pide to their village of Munjusun (near Gesaria). That

earned them the name “Pidedji.” The name was first used as the family name in the early

19th century. Judging from immigration records, there were other Pidedjians who were

not relatives of ours. However, the name appears to survive only with my relations, some

of whom are distant.” See PIDEJIan.

PIDEJIan (Gr/T)) Baker or seller of thin, flat pocket or pocketless bread  (pita), or soft 

flat cakes. See PIDEDJIan.

PILAFian

PILANDJIan

PILAVian (A/P) Purveyor of cooked rice.

PILAVDJIan See PILAVian

PILAVJIan See PILAVian

PILBOSian See PILIBBOSian

PILIBBOSian (Gr) Hippophile, lover of horses.

PILIBOSian See PILIBBOSian

PILICHian (T) Chick.

PILIGian See PILICHian, PILIBBOSian

PILIJan See PILICHian.

PILIKian See PILIGian

PILIPOS See PILIBBOSian

PILLIPEyan See PILIBBOSian

PILOSian Dim. of PILIBBOSian

PILOyan Dim. of PILIBBOSian

PILOyantz Dim. of PILIBBOSian

PINACHIan See PINAJIan

PINAJIan (T) Shoe repairer.

PINARDARian

PINATIan

PINECILERian See PINAJIan

PINOSian

PINYANian

PIRAGOUNI

PIRANian Native of Piran village of Dikranagerd, Historic Armenia.

PIRANEyan(T) suitable to an old man; senile

PIRENian

PIRGHALEMian

PIRIyan

PIRICian See PIRINJIan

PIRINCHIan See PIRINJIan

PIRINDJIan See PIRINJIan

PIRINJIan (P) Rice dealer; (T) Brass worker.

PIRLIan

PIROUMian

PIRYANian

PISCHDOVTCHIan See PISHTOFJIan

PISDOTCHian See PISHTOFJIan.

PISHDARian (T) Mil. vanguard.

PISHMANian (T) Penitent.

PISHODOTCHIan See PISHTOFJIan.

PISHTOFJIan (T) Pistolier.

PISKOULIan See PUSKULJIan

PISTOFTCHian See PISHTOFJIan.

PISTOFJIan See PISHTOFJIan

PIULKHANJIan

PIURADian

PIURAGian

PIURAGANian

PIUREGHian

PIUZANTian See PYOUZANTian.

PIYAZian (T) Maker/seller of stew with onions.

PLAKIan

PLUNGIan

POBIGian (A) Barefoot.

POGARian See POGHAHARian

POGHAHARian (A) Trumpeter, cornettist, hornblower.

POGHARian See POGHAHARian

POGHOSSian See BOGHOSian

POGOSE See BOGHOSian.

POGOSian See BOGHOSian

POGOSSian See BOGHOSian

POHANian

POKRAVARian

POLADian (T/Ab/P) Steel, adamant (pulad) (A?)

POLANJIan

POLATian See POLADian

POLDOian

POLESHJIan

POLOSHian

POMian

POMAKian

POMAKEMian

POMPEIan

POOCHIGian

POOCHIKian See POUCHIKIAN.

POONARian See POUNARJIan.

POORASDANian

POOSHian

POOSHEJIan

POOSIGian See POUSIGian.

POOSIKian See POUSIGian.

POPONian

PORian

PORIADJIan

PORTAKALian (T) Orange.growr/seller.

PORTOUKALian See PORTAKALian

PORTOyan

PORTUKALian See PORTAKALian

PORYAJIan

POSDAJIan

POSHODian

POSTian (T) skin, hide, fleece, tanned skin with the fur on, especially when used as a

rug; sheepskin rug, used to sit on by anyone holding an important position, and so

it comes to mean the office or post itself.

POSTACHIan See POSTAJIan

POSTADJI See POSTAJIan

POSTAJIan (T) Postman.

POSTALJIan (T) Maker/seller of combat boots.

POSTANJIan See POSTAJIan ?

POSTOian

POSTONian

POSTUNian

POTIGian See POTOUKian

POTIKian See POTOUKian

POTOOKian See POTOUKian.

POTOUKian (T) Puckered or with folds; colloquially, one with a big belly.

POTUKian See POTOUKian

POTUKHian See POTOUKian

POUCHIGian See POUCHIKIAN

POUCHIKIAN (A) In Kharpertsi dialect, a new born calf.

POULADian See POLADian

POULian See POULJIan.

POULJIan (T) Stamp collector; dealer in spangles.

POUNARian See POUNARJIan

POUNARJIan (T) Stone fountain maker.

POUNIGian

POUSHOUJIan

POUSIGian (A) Dim. of pouys: plant or herb.

POUSKOULian See

POUTOUKHian (T) Short in height; fat ? Bodur ? (

PRAPIONian

PRIDJian

PRIGian

PRIJian

PROODian See PROUDian

PROODJIan

PROSHian

PROUDian (A) Potter.

PRUDian See PROUDian

PUCHMANian See POUSHMANian.

PULCIan See POULJIan.

PULian See POULJIan.

PULADian See POULADian.

PULTOyan

PUNARian See POUNARian.

PURDian

PURPUSEyan

PURUMian See POUROUMian.

PURUTian See POUROUTIan.

PUSANTian See PYOUZANTian.

PUSHMANian See POUSHMANian

PUSKULian See PUSKULJIan

PUSKULDJIan See PUSKULJIan

PUSKULJIan (T) Tuft/tassel maker/dealer

PUZANTian See PYOUZANTian.

PUZHUSHGian See PZHISHKian

PYOUZANTian.(Gr) Native of Byzantium. Ancient Greek legend refers to King

Byzas, the leader of the Megarian colonists and founder of the city. The

form Byzantium is a latinisation of the original name.

PZHISHKian (Gr) Physician.