Opinions The Life And Times of (Mostly) Armenian Words 1 minute read ByKeghartSeptember 30, 2012 Total 0 Shares 0 0 0 Share 0 people shared the story 0 0 0 0 A Decrease font size. A Reset font size. A Increase font size. Click here to view the video presentation Click here to view the video presentation Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Keghart 3 comments Etymology-Sdookapanoutyoun I'm glad to see Jirair Tutunjian will once again talk about Armenian etymology. Last year's lecture was packed with fascinating facts and was delivered in a packed AGBU room. I hope as many, if not more, attend this year's "class". Vahakn Never Miss Jirair’s Talks If there is one advice I can give to anyone interested in the Armenian language, it is to never miss a talk given by Jirair Tutunjian. The esteemed editor of Keghart.com is an erudite and expert treasure-hunter in the landscape of history and evolution of our language (and other ones as well). Whenever I meet Jirair, even for a casual conversation, I always learn something new. When I attended his talk last year, his findings sent me off into my own etymological journeys. Jirair is therefore not just an enthusiast, he is a true teacher who loves to share his findings. I hope to see him in Montreal again. Paregamoren VLA An interesting Topic This is such an interesting topic. I've always had a great passion for old languages and believe they are very much part of our modern languages. I am studying Hebrew and enjoying it. Comments are closed.