Ghukasyan (Armenian: Ղուկասյան) Armenian pronunciation: [ʁɔvkɑˈsjɑn] Russian pronunciation: [ɡʊkɐˈsʲan]) is an Armenian surname, meaning 'son of Ghukas', the Armenian equivalent of Luke. In Russia, Azerbaijan and other countries some holders of this surname changed to Gukasov (Russian: Гука́сов, translit. ɡʊˈkasəf).
Known people with the name Ghukasyan:
- Arkadi Ghukasyan (born 1957), the second president of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic
- Arshak Ter-Gukasov (1819–1881), the Yerevan Forces commander of Russia's army during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878
- Voroshil Gukasyan (1932–1986), the Soviet linguist
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