Middle Armenian

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Middle Armenian (), also called Cilician Armenian, corresponds to the second period in written Armenian with which numerous books were published between the 12th and 18th centuries. It comes after Grabar (Old Armenian) and before Ashkharhabar (Modern Armenian).

Grabar was predominantly an inflection and synthetic language, while in Middle Armenian, during the period of ashkhrabar influence, agglutinative and analytical forms influenced the language. Its voicing qualities were closer to modern Western Armenian than modern Eastern Armenian, which itself remains closer to Classical.

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