Origin of Semite
OTHER WORDS FROM Semitenon-Sem·ite, noun
Examples from the Web for semite
These two names (Aryan and Semite), then, signify today rather two groups of peoples than two distinct races.History Of Ancient Civilization|Charles Seignobos
In such material products the eye at once detects the Semite's readiness to avail himself of foreign models.
His force diminished, his numbers lessened, and the subjugated Semite increased in strength.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations|Archibald Sayce
In spite of his proto-Semitic strain, the ancient Egyptian himself never became a Semite.
One rather wonders whether Noah was a Semite as well as his eldest son, and whether these laws really go back as early as Shem.