Ermenî

Ji Wîkîpediya, ensîklopediya azad.
Here cem: navîgasyon, lêgerîn
Ermanî
Հայեր Hayer
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rêza 1em Tîgranesê Mezin, Gregorîyê Ronahîker, Mesrop Mashtots, Vardan Mamikonî, Musayê Xorenî

rêza 2yem Heraklîwis, Gregorîyê Narek, Toros Roslin, Sayat-Nova, Khachatur Abovî

rêza 3yem Îvan Ayvazovskî, Mkrtîx Khrîmiyan, Andranîk, Hovhannes Tumanyan, Komîtas Vardapet

rêza 4em Yeghîşe Carent, Martîros Saryan, Aram Xatçaturian, William Saroyan, Tîgran Petrosî

rêza 5em Mher Mkrtchyan, Viktor Hambardzumyan, Charles Aznavour, Cher, Vazgen Sargsyan

Gelhe (kom)
8 milyon[1]
Gelhe li gor herêman
 Ermenistan 3,018,854[2]
 Rûsya 1,182,388[3]–2,900,000[4]
 Keyaniya Yekbûyî 483,366[5]–1,500,000[6]
 Fransa 250,000[7]–750,000[8]
 Gurcistan 248,929[9]
 Nagorno Qerebax 146,573[10]
 Îran 120,000[11]
 Libnan 100,000[12]
 Sûrî 100,000[13]
 Ûkrayna 100,000[14]
 Yewnanistan 80,000[15]
 Arjentîn 70,000Şablon:Sfn
 Tirkiye 60,000[16]
 Kanada 55,740[17]
 Abxazya 41,864[18]
Ziman û ol
Ziman Ermenî
Ol Filetî
Gelên têkildar

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Sor: Niho
Tirincî û Çakar: Dîrokî

Gelê Ermenî, Ermanî an jî Ermen (bi ermenî: Հայեր Hayer), yek ji gelên kevn ya Rojhilata Navîn e. Ew ji nav gelên filehanê cîhanê li gelek pîrrtirin.[19]

Ermen jî 2700 salan bûyî li Bakurê Kurdistanê û başûrê Qefqazê dijî. Hem jî hewna gelê Ermenistanêne.

Nav[biguherîne]

Navê ke ew xwera dibejin Hayer û xelke dinan ji wan ra dibejin Armen, Ermen ji navên qebîlên li dema rojgarê pirindê bûn kî li dor Ermenistanê bûn.

Hayaysa ji B.Z. 16. - 13. sedsalan li Bakurê rojavayê û Arme-Şupriya ji B.Z. 13. - 12. sedsalan li başûrê rojavayê bûn.

Têgîna Ermen ji li dema Pars û Greekan le Zozanan û gelê wîra digotin Ermen, ew nava li pêşînê dawîya BZ. 6. sedsalê peyda bû li dîroknasê Greekan Hekatayosî Miletî û Nivîska Behîstunê Dareyos I.. Gelên cîranan ji gişk Ermen dibêjin bi tenê Gurcîyan wan ra digotin Somexi, welatê ra jî Somextî [20]

Dîrok[biguherîne]

Ziman[biguherîne]

Pêşangeh[biguherîne]

Binêre jî[biguherîne]

Girêdanên derve[biguherîne]

Çavkanî[biguherîne]

  1. different sources:
    • Von Voss, Huberta (2007). Portraits of Hope: Armenians in the Contemporary World. New York: Berghahn Books. p. xxv. ISBN 9781845452575. "...there are some 8 million Armenians in the world..." 
    • Freedman, Jeri (2008). The Armenian genocide. New York: Rosen Publishing Group. p. 52. ISBN 9781404218253. "In contrast to its population of 3.2 million, approximately 8 million Armenians live in other countries of the world, including large communities in the United States and Russia." 
    • Guntram H. Herb, David H. Kaplan (2008). Nations and Nationalism: A Global Historical Overview: A Global Historical Overview. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO. p. 1705. ISBN 9781851099085. "A nation of some 8 million people, about 3 million of whom live in the newly independent post-Soviet state, Armenians are constantly battling not to lose their distinct culture, identity and the newly established statehood." 
    • Robert A. Saunders, Vlad Struko (2010). Historical dictionary of the Russian Federation. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. p. 50. ISBN 9780810854758. 
    • Philander, S. George (2008). Encyclopedia of global warming and climate change. Los Angeles: SAGE. p. 77. ISBN 9781412958783. "An estimated 60 percent of the total 8 million Armenians worldwide live outside the country..." 
    • Robert A. Saunders, Vlad Strukov (2010). Historical dictionary of the Russian Federation. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. p. 51. ISBN 9780810874602. "Worldwide, there are more than 8 million Armenians; 3.2 million reside in the Republic of Armenia." 
  2. "Statistical Service of Armenia". Armstat. Retrieved 20 February 2014. 
  3. "National makeup of the population of the Russian Federation (Национальный состав населения Российской Федерации)" (in ru). Russian Federal State Statistics Service. Retrieved 5 January 2013. 
  4. Robert A. Saunders, Vlad Struko (2010). Historical dictionary of the Russian Federation. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. p. 50. ISBN 978-0-8108-5475-8. 
  5. "Total ancestry categories tallied for people with one or more ancestry categories reported 2011 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 22 December 2012. 
  6. Thon, Caroline (2012). Armenians in Hamburg: an ethnographic exploration into the relationship between diaspora and success. Berlin: LIT Verlag Münster. p. 25. ISBN 978-3-643-90226-9. 
  7. Taylor, Tony (2008). Denial: history betrayed. Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Pub. p. 4. ISBN 978-0-522-85482-4. 
  8. "The State Department for Statistics of Georgia". Şablon:Dead link, see Şablon:Wayback
  9. Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. "Population estimates of NKR as of 01.01.2013". Retrieved 20 February 2014. 
  10. Vardanyan, Tamara (21 June 2007). [The Iranian-Armenian community] |trans-title= requires |title= (help) (in hy). Noravank Foundation. Retrieved 5 January 2013.  Unknown parameter |script-title= ignored (help)
  11. Gibney, Matthew J. (2005). Immigration and asylum: from 1900 to the present. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO. p. 13. ISBN 978-1-57607-796-2. 
  12. "THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF ARMENIAN DIASPORA". Ministry of Diaspora of the Republic of Armenia. Retrieved 2014-02-19. 
  13. The distribution of the population by nationality and mother tongue, Kiev: State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, 2001, retrieved 5 January 2013 
  14. Bedevyan, Astghik (18 January 2011). "Հունաստանի հայ համայնքը պատրաստվում է Հայաստանի նախագահի հետ հանդիպմանը [Armenian community of Greece preparing for the meeting with the Armenian president]" (in hy). Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Armenian Service. Retrieved 10 January 2015. 
  15. "Foreign Ministry: 89,000 minorities live in Turkey". Today's Zaman. 15 December 2008. Retrieved 5 January 2013. 
  16. Canada National Household Survey, Statistics Canada, 2011, retrieved 20 August 2013 . Of those, 31,075 reported single and 24,675 mixed Armenian ancestry.
  17. Delfi (in ru). 29 December 2011 http://rus.delfi.lv/news/daily/abroad/v-abhazii-obyavili-dannye-perepisi-naseleniya.d?id=42015926 |url= missing title (help). Retrieved 20 August 2013.  Unknown parameter |script-title= ignored (help). (According to the 2011 census).
  18. Völkermord an den Armeniern: Das Letzte, was ich von den Kindern sah. In: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. 10. April 2010. Abgerufen am 17. Oktober 2013.
  19. Hamlet Petrosyan: In the Beginning. In: Levon Abrahamian, Nancy Sweezy (Hrsg.): Armenian Folk Arts, Culture, and Identity. Indiana University Press, Bloomington 2001, S. 11, 13.