Semitism

In paleolinguistics a Semitism is a grammatical or syntactical behaviour in a language which reveals that the influence of a Semitic language is present. The most common example is the influence of Aramaic on some texts written in Koine Greek.

Otherwise the term Semitism is rare but may refer to:

Other articles related to "semitism":

Mordecai Waxman - 1987 Papal Address
... We remain concerned with the persistence of anti-Semitism - the hatred of Jews and Judaism, which is on the rise in some parts of the world ... vigorous leadership in denouncing all forms of anti-Semitism, and by the church's recent teachings ... The church's repudiation of anti-Semitism is of critical importance in the struggle to eradicate this virulent plague from the entire human family ...
Philo-Semitism
... Philo-Semitism (also spelled philosemitism) or Judeophilia is an interest in, respect for, and appreciation of the Jewish people, their historical significance and the positive impacts of Judaism in the ... Philo-Semitism has been the subject of a series of books and journal articles (see partial listing below) ... Philo-Semitism has been met by a mixed response among the Jewish community ...
Strasbourg Massacre - Anti-Semitism in The Population
... The causes of the increased anti-semitism are easy to make out ... increased the population's, and certainly the debtors', anti-Semitism ... of well poisoning, that added to this anti-Semitism ...
Wilhelm Marr - Late Renunciation of Antisemitism
... Toward the end of his life Marr came to renounce anti-semitism, arguing that social upheaval in Germany had been the result of the Industrial Revolution and conflict between political movements ... He complained that modern anti-Semitism was becoming merged with German mysticism and nationalism ... leaders, the gay "Heil" shouters of modern anti-Semitism' and crude prejudice against Jewish writers and thinkers ...