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(Linguistics / Languages) 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 empire See also Biblical Aramaic
(Linguistics / Languages) of, relating to, or using this language
Ar•a•ma•ic (ˌær əˈmeɪ ɪk)
1. the western Semitic language of the Aramaeans, from c300 B.C. to A.D. 650 a lingua franca in SW Asia and the everyday speech of Palestine, Syria, and Mesopotamia: supplanted by Arabic.adj.
2. of or pertaining to Aramaic.
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Efforts to teach and revive the Aramaic language are taking place in the Palestinian village of Beit Jala and in the Arab-Israeli village of Jish, AP reported.
Maleiha's priceless treasures include evidence of some pre-Islamic gods "Wd", "Khahal", "Musnd" and old names like "Obaida bin Ows", "Wahab Alat", Omra Al Shams written in Aramaic language from Hatra in Iraq and the Arabic language in South Arabia.
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