Khash, khorovads have their roots in khar, khargads. The sound “kh” often changes to “h”. Thus Har, Hur, fire, flame. Armenian Hur is the root of English fire. Related words include harel, haryav, var, varman, varel, varvar. The letter “V” in some Aryan languages changes to “W”, as in English [w]arm. Varman in Armenian means: something for burning. The Armenian root for Var meaning: lighted, burning, ardent. Var-el= to fire, to kindle, to light up. Var.il meaning: to kindle, to take or catch fire. The root word var is connected to var.vroun (hot-spirited, vivacio). Var in Old Danish, Norwegian and Swedish means warm. Old Nordic it’s varmr. Old English: wearm, wireman [from Armenian varman]. In Hittite the word for burn is uar. Probably it is from the Armenian hu[a]r or hur meaning fire. Armenian synonyms to warm are from celestial and beaming bodies such as arph, arphk Star, arphi meaning either ether (yeter) meaning warm, light, sky. Arphanyag thus means satellite.