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Samourkashian Surname History
At least one branch of the Samourkashian family is Armenian. According to this branch of the family, in Turkish (which was often spoken in the region where this family lived) "Samourkash" means "sable colored eyebrow" and and "ian" means "of" or "son of". A famous member of the Samourkashian family is Dikran Samourkashian (who later shortened his name to "Samour") who invented the toy pinwheel. The further history of the Samourkashian family has yet to be shared on this page.
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Samourkashian Country of Origin, Nationality, & Ethnicity
Samourkashian Meaning & Etymology
Samourkashian Life Expectancy
According to our database of 1 people with the last name Samourkashian that have a birth and death date listed:
Samourkashian Family Tree
Famous People named Samourkashian
Famous members of the Samourkashian family:
- Dikran Samourkashian was a toymaker in Chelsea, Massachusetts, originally from Amasiya. In 1926 he patented the toy "pinwheel", which is now popular internationally. The patent was made in the name of "Mary Vart", his wife, for tax purposes. He shortened his last name to "Samour" so that it would fit easily on his toy products.
Most Common Samourkashian First Names
According to our database of 2 people with the last name Samourkashian that have a first name listed, these are the most common first names:
- Henry 50.0%
- Parouhie 50.0%
Samourkashian Pronunciation & Spelling Variations
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