Թորգոմ

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Armenian Թորգոմ ‎(Tʿorgom).

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Թորգոմ ‎(Tʿorgom)

  1. (biblical) Togarmah
  2. A male given name, Torgom.

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Θοργομά ‎(Thorgomá), from Biblical Hebrew תּוֹגַרְמָה ‎(tōḡarmā). The correct nominative is Թորգոմա ‎(Tʿorgoma); the spelling Թորգոմ ‎(Tʿorgom) was mistakenly back-formed from the genitive Թորգոմայ ‎(Tʿorgomay). The Biblical “House of Togarmah” probably referred to the Proto-Armenian kingdom centered around Melitene. By identifying Togarmah with the ancestor of Armenians Moses of Chorene was either following biblical commentators or he knew a local tradition.

Proper noun[edit]

Թորգոմ ‎(Tʿorgom)

  1. (biblical) Togarmah
    ազգ Թորգոմայ, տուն Թորգոմայ, որդիք Թորգոմայ, թուական Թորգոմայ‎ ― azg Tʿorgomay, tun Tʿorgomay, ordikʿ Tʿorgomay, tʿuakan Tʿorgomay ― Armenians; Armenia
  2. A male given name

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References[edit]

  • Ačaṙyan, Hračʿya (1942–1962), “Թորգոմ”, in Hayocʿ anjnanunneri baṙaran [Dictionary of Armenian Personal Names] (in Armenian), Yerevan: University Press