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Armenian is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people and the official language of both the Republic of Armenia and the region of Nagorno-Karabakh (not officially recognized). The language is also widely spoken by Armenian communities in Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran, France, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Georgia, USA, and Canada. In total, there are estimated to be 5.5 million native speakers of Armenian. Armenian has its own script, i.e. the Armenian alphabet. The earliest testimony of the Armenian language dates to the 5th century AD (the Bible translation of Mesrob Mashtots). The earlier history of the language is unclear and the subject of much speculation. Classical Armenian (also known as Grabar) imported numerous words from Middle Iranian languages, primarily Parthian, with smaller borrowings from Greek, Syriac, Latin, and Urartian. Middle Armenian (11th-15th centuries AD) borrowed from Arabic, Turkish, Persian, and Latin. Modern dialects adopted hundreds of words from Modern Turkish and Persian. Because it borrowed many words from both Iranian languages and Greek, determining the historical evolution of Armenian is particularly difficult.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Echmiadzin (AM), Jerevan (AM), Vanadzor (AM), Vedi (AM),