Middle period of the Armenian language, written down in the 11-17th centuries. Developed from Old Armenian, replaced by modern Armenian.
Middle Armenian, also called Cilician Armenian, though the latter term may be confused for modern dialects, corresponds to the second period in written Armenian with which numerous books were published between the 12th and 18th centuries. It comes after Grabar and before Ashkharhabar. Grabar was predominantly an inflecting and synthetic language, while in Middle Armenian, during the period of Ashkhrabar influence, agglutinative and analytical forms influenced the language. In this respect, Middle Armenian is a transition stage from Old Armenian to Modern Armenian or ashkharabar. Although Modern Armenian started to form under conditions of strong dialect differences, decline of old literature and manuscript traditions. Middle Armenian is a transition stage from Old Armenian to Modern Armenian or ashkharabar. Middle Armenian is notable for being the first written form of Armenian to display Western-type voicing qualities, as well as having introduced the letters օ and ֆ.
The numerical value of middle armenian in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of middle armenian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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