Nerses

Origin : Armenian,

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Nerses Expression, Nerses Soul Urge, Nerses Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Nerses:

additionalArmenian form of Narseh (see NARSES). Saint Nerses was a 4th-century patriarch of the Armenian Church.

urban

Definition funny of Nerses:

urbanA smart boy, and when he plays a sport he is always the best one in the team. Also a God of pimps.

urbanWe should do what the Nerses said.

songs

Songs about Nerses:

songsBoten Nerse by Alfida from the Album The Vocal Confession

songsBoten Nerse by Alfida from the Album Essential Chill Out Tunes, Vol. 02

songsBoten Nerse (Fire Flame & Andy Horizont Remix) by Alfida from the Album Back to Hong Kong

songsBoten Nerse (TH Moy Remix) by Alfida from the Album Feel the Silence

songsBoten Nerse (TH Moy Remix) by Alfida from the Album ClubBot

songsNerse Buldah sina Bouguen by Aidar Galimov from the Album Tugan Konen Belen

songsNerses (Original) by Amber koprofil from the Album Shoegazing Festival

books

Books about Nerses:

booksThe Twenty-Four Prayers of St. Nerses the Graceful by St Nerses The Graceful and Edgar Danielyan (Jan 21, 2011)

booksNerses of Lambron. Commentary on the Revelation of Saint John: Translation of the Armenian Text, Notes and Introduction... by R. W. Thomson (Aug 1, 2007)

booksSaint Nerses the Gracious and Church Unity: Armeno-Greek Church Relations (1165-1173) by Catholicos of Cilicia Aram I (2010)

booksNERSES OF CLA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Avak Asadourian (2005)

booksNERSES THE GREAT: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Krikor Maksoudian (2005)

booksT?ught? Markosi Aghab?gean Hayots? ashkharhi, azgi ew ekeghets?u azgaynut?ean masin a? patuakanats? patuakan T... by Markos Aghab?gean (Jan 1, 1878)

booksArchbishop Nerses Lambronac'i: Commentary on Wisdom of Solomon by Bishop Anoushavan Tanielian (2007)

wiki

Wiki information Nerses:

Nerses IV the Gracious
Man, Person, Deceased Person

Nerses IV the Gracious was Catholicos of Armenia from 1166 to 1173. A more precise translation of his epithet Shnorhali is "filled with Grace". He received the appellation Shnorhali from his contemporaries because of the very irenic quality of his...

St. Nerses I
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Nerses I the Great was an Armenian Catholicos who lived in the fourth century. He was the son of At'anagenes and his mother was the Arsacid Princess Bambish, a sister of King Tigranes VII and a daughter of King Khosrov III. His paternal grandfather...