[ ar-uh-mey-ik ]
/ ˌær əˈmeɪ ɪk /
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pertaining to Aram, or to the languages spoken there.
noting or pertaining to the alphabetical, or perhaps syllabic, script used for the writing of Aramaic from about the ninth century b.c. and from which were derived the Hebrew, Arabic, Armenian, Pahlavi, Uighor, and many other scripts, probably including Brahmi.
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Words nearby Aramaic
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Example sentences from the Web for Aramaic
The word for "chain" (Q'r. ham'nka) is in Theodotion rendered μανιάκης, and occurs in later Aramaic.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Daniel|F. W. Farrar
British Dictionary definitions for Aramaic
/ (ˌærəˈmeɪɪk) /
an ancient language of the Middle East, still spoken in parts of Syria and the Lebanon, belonging to the NW Semitic subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic family. Originally the speech of Aram, in the 5th century bc it spread to become the lingua franca of the Persian empireSee also Biblical Aramaic
of, relating to, or using this language
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