- region & former kingdom of W Asia, south of the Caucasus Mts.: now divided between Turkey, Iran, and present-day Armenia
- Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic
- country in W Asia: became independent upon the breakup of the U.S.S.R. (1991): 11,506 sq mi (29,800 sq km); cap. Yerevan: formerly, Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic
- city in WC Colombia
- A region and former kingdom of western Asia that included present-day Armenia and parts of northeast Turkey and northwest Iran. Established c. 600 BC, it was probably the first state to adopt Christianity as a national religion (c. AD 303). In the fourth and fifth centuries Armenia was subsumed by the Roman and Persian empires.
- A country of western Asia east of Turkey and north of Iran. Acquired by Russia from Persia in 1828, it became a Soviet republic in 1920 and was a part of the USSR from 1922 to 1991. Yerevan is the capital.
- A city of west-central Colombia west of Bogotá. It is an industrial center and transportation hub.