Aramaic

  • (adj): Of or relating to the ancient Aramaic languages.
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Some articles on aramaic:

Sacred Name Bibles - Historical Background - Aramaic Primacy
... significant portions of it, were originally written in a Semitic language, Hebrew or Aramaic, from which the Greek text is a translation, seen as deficient in not having preserved the Hebraic forms of names ... This view is colloquially known as "Aramaic primacy", and is also taken by some academics, such as Matthew Black ... Paleo-Hebrew alphabet to indicate that it was not to be pronounced, or in Aramaic, or using the four Greek letters PIPI (Π Ι Π Ι that physically imitate the appearance of Hebrew YHWH), and that Kyrios ...
Syriac Languages
... Northeastern Neo-Aramaic (often abbreviated NENA) is a term used by Semiticists to refer to a large variety of Modern Aramaic languages that were once spoken of a large ... More than 90% of these speak either the Assyrian Neo-Aramaic or the Chaldean Neo-Aramaic variety, two varieties of Christian Neo-Aramaic or Sureth ... speak mutually unintelligible varieties of Aramaic, where in other places their language is quite similar ...
Bohtan Neo-Aramaic Language
... Bohtan Neo-Aramaic is a modern Eastern Neo-Aramaic language ... Originally, Bohtan Neo-Aramaic was spoken on the Plain of Bohtan in Şırnak Province of southeastern Turkey, but it is now spoken mostly around the village of Gardabani, near ... Before World War I, there were around 30,000 speakers of Bohtan Neo-Aramaic on the Plain of Bohtan, around the town of Cizre in Turkey's Sirnak Province ...
Aramaic Music Festival
... Aramaic Music Festival is the First International Aramaic Music Festival, which was held in Aramaic Tannourine village in Mount Lebanon, Lebanon, year 2008 1-4 August for the Aramean/Syri ...
Apostle Peter - Names and Etymologies
... Σιμων Κηφᾶς Simōn Kēphas Aramaic ‎ Šimʻōn Kêfâ Syriac ܫܶܡܥܽܘܢ ܟ݁ܺܐܦ݂ܳܐ Sëmʻān Kêfâ), after his name in Hellenised Aramaic ... The Syriac or Aramaic word for "rock" is cephas, which became Greek Πέτρος, also meaning "rock" ... However, the Catholic theologian Rudolf Pesch argues that the Aramaic cepha means "stone, ball, clump, clew" and that "rock" is only a connotation that the Greek petra ...

More definitions of "Aramaic":

  • (noun): An alphabetical (or perhaps syllabic) script used since the 9th century BC to write the Aramaic language; many other scripts were subsequently derived from it.
    Synonyms: Aramaic script
  • (noun): A Semitic language originally of the ancient Arameans but still spoken by other people in southwestern Asia.