It is well-known that in Armenia five thousand years ago, the extraction and processing of metals was assimilated. Armenian alphabet and Armenian nomination of metals

Armenian alphabet

The following medals from the precious metals have their Armenian names: gold, silver, lead, iron, tin, copper, mercury and silver. (Robert Baghchajian – Naturalist edifices in Contemporary Armenian, Multiple Armenology and Philological Literary Magazine of St. Lazarus Congregation, 2002, N1-4, pp. 82-95). Where did these metal names come from? Why do they sound like this, have a deep sense?

Latin names of these metals are associated with the location and properties of the acquisition. For example, Cuprum is the name of the island of Cyprus, where copper is extracted, Aurum-yellow, Argentum-white, shiny. And the mentioned names do not give any information about the metal. An interesting version was proposed by Eduard Ayanian in the article published in the Yerevan Journal (Eduard Aianian-Metallum in the Golos, Yerevan, 2007, September, page 110), which links the author of four metal extinctions (gold, silver, lead, tin) from the above-mentioned metal is the Armenian  alphabet ‘s numerical values. It is known that the Armenian letters were also used as numbers 2, 36 letters were assigned 1-36 in sequence and 1-9000 in another system.

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Armenian Nomination of Metals

Now let’s look at the version suggested by Eduard Ayanian. He has looked at the names of gold, silver, lead and tin metals in an unusual way and has received striking results.

Under each letter of the word gold, we have to write his name in the Armenian alphabet and add 79, which is the golden title.


24 + 29 + 15 + 11 = 79

It is known that the atomic charge of the atom coincides with the chemical elements of D. At the Mendeleev regular system, the element is called an atomic atom. Is it just a coincidence?

Silver is the end of the metal name

A R C Ag 47

 1 + 32 + 14 = 47

The next is lead metal, used in the dialects of the Armenian language as a base for the people.


1 + 32 + 19 + 11 + 19 = 82

As can be seen from these figures, they also coincide with the element of that element.

Tin Metal The Armenian root dictionary of Hrachya Acharya’s Armenian dictionary (Yerevan, 1986) is also given in Armenian, which is still used as a tin name in different parts of Armenia. The word Klayec does not correspond to the hypothesis, and the author has shown that the root of the word slack is the word Kalay. This word is used in the Georgian, Ossetian, Serbian, Uzbek, Tajik, and other languages, and the center of the Kalay word usage is Armenia. Write the word Kalay.

K A L S Y S 50

15 + 1 + 12 + 1 + 21 = 50

Based on the version of the nickname of the metal name, below will be presented the old Armenian words of some of the metals we received.

Now consider the word iron

The word iron in the national language is explained by a pillar of the heavens, linking it with iron-containing meteorites. Like the word iron, iron is a suffix, and the word turquoise is the same. For example, Yerevan-Erivan, Armenia-Ermenia, ErgirErregion in the Armenian language can be iron-arc, which is now used in Armenian dialects, for example in Artsakh.   

Taking into account the sound of the Gk-sound, we can write the forms of iron. Taking into account the sound transformation, for example, the unfortunate, we suppose that the ironbark root is wormwood.


A N G Fe 26

1 + 22 + 3 = 26

In Hovhannes Barseghyan’s Armenian Spelling Dictionary (Yerevan, 1973), we have written some of the key root words that seem to indicate the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of iron.

K.  OF C. AR – resist

M  A N C  salt – cut

A N  CI – laughing and baffling

A N G  K – a curious predatory bird

M  A N C – clamp, tighten the grip

D  A N G – gravity measure;

TH  A N G – rare

R  A N C – color

K  OF C – pause, hold back

ZA  NG – mold, sound

SECTION  A N C – oxidized

RC  S  – Class

C  OF C  – casing, solid

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By the way, in many languages, the roots of iron and headword are the same, for example in the Basque language Iron means Burnie, and Chapter Buru (Vahan Sargsyan, Basque Grade Grammar, Yerevan 2000, p. 256).

Finally, it should be noted that the array root has Tork Angegh hero’s name.

Let’s recall the words of the great poet: Torka did not like the ordinary man, but a great and terrible …

The pronounced word is coined in two ways, first as an unnamed, desert-village, that is, without a homeland, and without it-beautiful, beautiful, ugly.

How can one accept that the person with the above-mentioned qualities, the gigantic, Armenian hero who lives in Armenia, is an unclean, ugly one? If we accept the root and the ending, which indicates the attribute.

For example, a tasty, colorful, gray-haired, then the ugly word will mean iron, stronger. As we say Ashot Erkat, another Tork Angeh-Torque Iron.

It should be noted that the root and meaning of the Anglo-Anglo-Angelic words are also related to the iron word.


Next Mercury word 

 The name of the mercury is associated with fluid, movement, vibration, flow in different languages. So: In Hrachya Acharya’s Armenian dictionary, the word mercenic is equivalent to the living word. Write the living word. Taking into account the transcription and e-vowel transitions, as well as the transposition of a transcript, for example, Nazian-Nazen-Nazik, we assume that the word “mercimize” comes from the living word.    

S     D    in K    P E     D     OF THE Hg 80    

15+ 5 + 22 +4 + 1 + 22 + 11 = 80

Let’s turn to Copper word

Hrachya Acharyan and Hovhannes Barseghyan have the word “rice” equivalent to the word copper. Copper has been formed as a consequence of the r-r and r-rhythm change. And the word rice originated from the word bronze. It should be noted that copper mines are always contained in the tin and at first the bronze is called copper, which contained even a very small amount of tin. It follows that the name of Bronze-Rice-Copper did not describe pure copper, but copper material. Armenian alphabet and Armenian nomination of metals

In Hrachya Acharyan, the word copper-khalgh is equivalent to the word copper, which in Greek means copper.

For example, halkogens are called Elements 7, which means salt with salt. Let’s read the word Khalg.

W A L C C 29

13 + 1 + 12 + 3 = 29

One of the Metal, molybdenum

For molybdenum, the Arabic name is used in ArmenianMolybdenum is extracted in Syunik’s Seed, Kapan Center. The word Kapan means a canyon, a mountain hole, a dialect, a strip, and a road link.  

The termination of the word Kapan means somewhere, for example, in a lodge’s lodge. In other words, we can tell a link to the place where the connection is located, where the connection is made with the metal and write the word.

 K. Mo Mo 42

15 +1 + 26 = 42

That is, we can say that the link means molybdenum where there is molybdenum.

The result is simply shocking. The names of metals in Armenian indicate their status. That surprising fact raises many questions. What do we have to do with who created these words? Who has thought of the metal names that hide their main character? In general, is it a human handcraft? If yes, it turns out that the level of knowledge of our ancestors was incredibly high.

Only in the early 20th century, the complex structure of the atom was discovered and the atomic charge was determined. If we accept these words from above, we can only admire the genius of the solution. After all, language is the most reliable way of knowledge and information. The Armenian alphabet was created more correctly in 405-406. Mesrop Mashtots from someone. But the creation of the Armenian alphabet is not the creation of the Armenian language.

Many researchers have shown that the Armenian alphabet is a logical, solid and meaningful whole system. Returning to Mesrop Mashtots, why should Mesrop Mashtots sit for years in the old world libraries, consult with Ropanos, what he was looking for, what he was asking for in his prayers and what he got. The Khorenatsi Armenian writings were presented to Mashtots by the Supreme Blessing.

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