Nabataean

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Nab·a·tae·an

also Nab·a·te·an  (năb′ə-tē′ən)
n.
1. A subject of the kingdom of Nabataea.
2. The Aramaic dialect of the Nabataeans.
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Nabataean

(ˌnæbəˈtiːən) or

Nabatean

n
1. (Peoples) a member of an Arab trading people who flourished southeast of Palestine, around Petra, in the Hellenistic and Roman periods
2. (Languages) the extinct form of Aramaic spoken by this people
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