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Posted 17 September 2014 - 01:29 PM

ՓԵՐՈՒԶ, ՓԻՐՈՒԶ, FIROUZ
PEROUZ , PIROUZ
The semi-precious stone, also the blue green color.
http://en.wikipedia....bble.700pix.jpg
File:Turquoise.pebble.700pix.jpg
turqoise. Some will pronounce it trkoyz, it is in fact like trkwaz from the French
Lets lay another myth to rest.
Here at #4 By our own myth buster Jirair we read. It urged me to search.
http://hyeforum.com/...238#entry322636
The semi-precious turquoise is not native to Anatolia. In the 16th century a French merchant imported the blue-to-green stone from Turkey and named it turquoise. The Turkish stones came from the Khorasan province of Iran. Iranians call it phirouzeh meaning victory.
The Armenian version is perouz.
Yes indeed it is Perouz Phirouz.**
http://armenian.name...term&d=4&t=1860



ՓԻՐՈՒԶ /Փերուզ/ =պարս. Piruza անունից, որ արաբ. firuza երկնագույն անգին քար բառն է***: Իբրև իգական անձնանուն տարածված էր 19-րդ դարում, Կովկասի շատ ժողովուրդների մեջ: Հանդիպում ենք նաև Փիրուզա, Փերուզ ձևերով:
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PIRUZ(Peruz) =From Persian name Piruza which comes from Arabian firuza "sky-blue precious stone", "turquoise". As a name it is in use since XIX c. We also have the forms Piruza, Peruz.

http://www.armenian2english.com/hy/բառարան-հայերեն-անգլերեն/փիրուզ

The semi-precious turquoise is not native to Anatolia. In the 16th century a French merchant imported the blue-to-green stone from Turkey and named it turquoise. The Turkish stones came from the Khorasan province of Iran. Iranians call it phirouzeh meaning victory. The Armenian version is perouz.

Origin of name = FIROUZ (فیروز). From the Persian vocabulary word firouz, signifying "happiness, luck," "victory," and also "turquoise." (A Vocabulary, Persian, Arabic,

.wikipedia =Turquoise
A precious stone , a gem, also the blue green color.

The substance has been known by many names, but the word turquoise, which dates to the 16th century, is derived from an Old French word for "Turkish", because the mineral was first brought to Europe from Turkey, from the mines in historical Khorasan Province of Iran.[2

Origin of name = FIROUZ (فیروز). From the Persian vocabulary word firouz, signifying "happiness, luck," "victory," and also "turquoise." ( Persian, Arabic),

** Have you known anyone names Perouz? I had known only one lady named so. I dont think she knew the meaning, neither did I, probably why she would rather be known as Paris to the odars.
***The SAE-Hanragitaran lists the gem as ՓԻՐՈՒԶ(perouz in parentheses). I wonder if the reason is because in the Armenian the letters I=Ի and E=Է are interchangeable, as in ՍԷՐ/love and ՍԻՐԵԼ/to love, and visa versa?
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Arabs and Persians stll name their daughters Firouz/Fairuz.
See the Lebanese Songbird;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairuz




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