Պալինեզացիների նախահայրենիքն ըստ տեղանունների (Pulotu/Polotu-Պուլոտու/Պոլոտու)

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POLYNESIANS’ PARENT LAND

BY TOPONYMS

(Pulotu/Polotu)
 

LEYLA STEPANIAN

 

The geographical scope of Polynesian parent land is extremely wide and covers almost all the continents. Based on anthropological, archaeological, ethnographic, cultural and linguistic undeniable commonalities, today the overwhelming majority of Polynesian-researchers consider the Southeast Asia as Polynesians’ parent land. Despite the mythical homeland of their ancestors’ toponyms, it is impossible to explore them in the mentioned countries.

In the last decade various revealed Armenian-Polynesian (mythological, mythological, toponymic, lexical and grammatical) commonalities create quite strong basis to place the Polynesians’ parent land in the Armenian Highland.

The article presents a number of toponymic examples, mel. like Vanuatu – arm. Vanatur; pol. Irihia, Orhia – arm. Arkhe/ArkhiNairai, Nauru – arm. Nairi; pol. Arue – arm. AruAruaArutsArukArun; pol. Arava – arm. AravasAravisAravana/Aravene; pol. Rahi – Rah (options of Arax river) etc.

The article brings examples, when Tonga and Samoa island residents (Western Polynesia) given toponimic names by ancestors Pulotu/Polotu coincide with Euphrates river name Purattu (Պու­րատ­տու) option. Based on Polynesian language etymology, it is possible to reveal the background/basic/preliminary meaning of the names, the indigenous origin and probable location on the Euphrates riverbank.

 

 

 

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