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Ar·am

 (âr′əm, ăr′-, ā′răm)
In the Bible, an ancient country of southwest Asia, roughly coextensive with present-day Syria.
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Aram

(ˈɛəræm; -rəm)
n
1. (Placename) the biblical name for ancient Syria
2. (Bible) the biblical name for ancient Syria
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A•ram

(ˈeɪ ræm, ˈɛər əm)

n.
Biblical name of ancient Syria.
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