Armenia meaning
[ahr-mee-nee-uh, -meen-yuh; for 3 also Spanish ahr-me-nyah]
Definitions of armenia is:
  • noun armenia
    a republic in NW Asia: originally part of the historic Armenian kingdom; acquired by Russia in 1828; became the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1936; gained independence in 1991. It is mountainous, rising over 4000 m (13 000 ft). Language: Armenian. Religion: Christian (Armenian Apostolic) majority. Currency: dram. Capital: Yerevan. Pop: 2 974 184 (2013 est). Area: 29 800 sq km (11 490 sq miles)
  • noun armenia
    a former kingdom in W Asia, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, south of Georgia
  • noun armenia
    a town in central Colombia: centre of a coffee-growing district. Pop: 349 000 (2005 est)