Hrant or Harant (Armenian: Հրանդ; ) is an Armenian given name. Among English-speakers it is often treated as a form of the name "Grant", and the two may be used interchangeably.

  • Hrant Alianak, Armenian Canadian actor
  • Hrant Bagratyan, prime minister of Armenia
  • Hrant Dink, Turkish Armenian journalist
  • Hrant Kenkulian, Turkish Armenian oud virtuoso
  • Hrant Markarian, Armenian politician

Other articles related to "hrant":

Turane Jutu - Comparison With The Assassination of Hrant Dink
... Similarly, the Turkish Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was also assassinated for discussing the Armenian Genocide in 2007. ... Hrant Dink had been originally prosecuted under article 301 of the Turkish penal code for talking about the Armenian Genocide ...
Hrant Alianak
... Hrant Alianak (born 1950), also billed as Harant Alianak or Grant Aljanak, is an Armenian-Canadian actor and playwright ... Hrant Alianak's plays include Lucky Strike, The Walls of Africa, and The Blues ...
Udi Hrant Kenkulian - Recordings
... The only Udi Hrant recordings currently in print would appear to be Udi Hrant, Traditional Crossroads CD (1950 New York recordings) Udi Hrant, Kalan Müzik CD (1995 reissue in Turkey) out of stock as of 2007 ... I, Traditional Crossroads CD (1995) Udi Hrant, Early Recordings, Vol ...
Arat Dink
... He is the son of Hrant Dink, the former editor-in-chief of the same paper, who was murdered by Ogün Samast, a Turkish ultra-nationalist who was seventeen years old at the time ... holder of the weekly's publishing license in the third and last case that was opened against Hrant Dink on charges of 'denigrating Turkishness' under Article 301 of the Turkish Penal Code ... in September 2006 after Agos republished a July 14, 2006 interview of Hrant Dink by the Reuters news agency where Hrant Dink referred to the 1915 massacre of ...
Hrant Dink - Early Life
... Hrant Dink was born in Malatya on September 15, 1954, the eldest of three sons to Sarkis Dink (known as Haşim Kalfa), a tailor from Gürün, Sivas, and Gülvart Dink, from Kangal, Sivas ... an institution run by the Armenian Evangelical Community, was to be home to Hrant Dink for the next ten years ... The Tuzla Armenian Children's Camp played a significant role in Hrant Dink's life, both personally, as he met his future wife as a child and later married her at the Camp, and professionally, as the government-le ...