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Posted 16 May 2012 - 09:44 AM

ԽՈՐՈՒԱԾ

Roasted, charred, singed. Pay special attention to “charred/kharred” (?)

To be read as

KHORWATS

Not խորոված/khorovats.
Only after when Ւ=W became Վ=V the ՈՒbecame Ով, խորուած became խորոված.
We have been talking about how that comedian Sedrak Mamulian says that “dolma/tolma” is an Armenian word from the Urartuan “toli”. and that “herisa /harisa” is also an Armenian word.
All of these dishes were created before we knew about indoor plumbing and heating.
What we need is new and improved satirists like Baronian, Otian and Ler Kamsar. To blow away some of our absurdities, No, no Sedrak Mamulian comedic- linguist does not qualify.

I have a message for Sedrak. His next linguistics should be about that Armenian cuisinal masterpiece ՇԱՏՈԲՐԵԱՆ Chateabrian(t)
http://en.wikipedia....eaubriand_steak
Or that the hot dog is an Armenian invention տաք շուն

http://upload.wikime...d-Dachshund.jpg


Speaking of indoor plumbing, see where our most revered cuisine is done.

Herisa;
http://www.azad-hye.....asp?al=40&pi=4
Lavash;
http://i.ytimg.com/v...UqWxLQyZQ/0.jpg


Armenian cuisine is still in the Neanderthal stage. Compare these chefs,

Khorovats, Armenian chef;
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Neanderthal chef;
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Do Armenians know what this is?
http://cairosite.fil....jpg?w=88&h=150
I may have more fun for that Comedian Sedrak. He may show us how “imam bayildi” and “karni yarik” is an Armenian word. Just like “imam” is an Armenian priest???

http://en.wikipedia....İmam_bayıldı

http://www.askiniara.../08/images5.jpg

Edited by Arpa, 16 May 2012 - 09:48 AM.





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