Origin : Armenian,
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Additional information Sahak:
Armenian form of ISAAC. This was the name of a 5th-century patriarch of the Armenian Church.
Definition funny of Sahak:
Amazing guy who tends to cuss a lot.
dude, he is such a sahak
Songs about Sahak:
Bout Time (feat. Sahak & Sirenz) [Explicit] by Suspek & Roar-E.T. from the Album Super Faded [Explicit]
Books about Sahak:
SAHAK PARTHEV: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Krikor Maksoudian (2005)
Sahak Sahakian by Miriam Aivazian (1987)
Sahak Yuenku (The Study of History) - Two Issues (Number 11, July 1961; Number 13, June 1962) by The Historical Society of Korea (1961)
The Kyungpook Sahak / The Kyungpook Historical Review (Special Issue in Commemoration of the Late Professor Sok-rim... by College of Humanities and Social Sciences Department of History (1982)
The Dongeui Sahak: The Dongeui Historical Review (No. 1, February, 1984) by Kang Chang-seok, Choi Geyng-suk, Lee yang-Ja and Chung Ik-sung (1984)
The Dongeui Sahak: The Dongeui Historical Review (No. 2, December, 1985) by Hyo Taek Im, Byong Han Cho, Jyung Hi Sin and Do Lyong Kim (1985)
The Kyungpook Sahak / The Kyungpook Historical Review (No. 2. February, 1980.) by College of Humanities and Social Sciences Department of History (1980)
Wiki information Sahak:
Isaac or Sahak of Armenia was Catholicos of the Armenian Apostolic Church. He is sometimes known as "Isaac the Great," and as "Sahak the Parthian" owing to his Parthian origin.
Sahak "Hak" Parparyan is an Armenian heavyweight-cruiserweight kickboxer, who is sometimes referred to as Sahak "Hak" Avetisyan. He is currently fighting out of the Van Os Gym in Alkmaar, Netherlands where he trains with fellow Armenian fighter and...