English to Malay Meaning of aramaic - Aramaic


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Definitions of aramaic in English
Noun(1) a Semitic language originally of the ancient Arameans but still spoken by other people in southwestern Asia(2) an alphabetical (or perhaps syllabic
Adjective(1) of or relating to the ancient Aramaic languages
Examples of aramaic in English
(1) Fulco is the Jesuit scholar who translated the script into Aramaic , Hebrew, and Latin, and then translated everything back again into the English subtitles for the film.(2) The King James' Bible is an English translation of the Bible from the original languages, including Aramaic , Hebrew and Greek.(3) This plain-looking limestone box carries the Aramaic inscription, ‘James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus.’(4) The Aramaic language has been in the news recently.(5) They also differ from other Iraqis in that their ancestral language is not Arabic but a dialect of Aramaic , also referred to as Chaldean, Assyrian, or Syriac.(6) Among those who converted at this time was Onkelos, reportedly Nero's nephew, who subsequently translated the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic .(7) It had been written in the Aramaic language in Syriac script.(8) The apocryphal texts have largely been preserved in Greek translation, though originally many of the texts appeared in Hebrew and/or Aramaic .(9) The entire dialogue is subtitled, with Aramaic , Latin and Hebrew spoken throughout the movie by the cast.(10) Orthodox and Melkite liturgies are in Arabic and Greek; Maronite liturgy is in Arabic and Aramaic .(11) The dialogue, meanwhile, is entirely in Latin, Hebrew and Aramaic (the language spoken in ancient Palestine).(12) He was a man of immense learning, with a wide knowledge of the sciences and of languages: Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic .(13) An Aramaic dialect, called Syriac, has been the traditional liturgical language of the ancient Christian groups found in south-eastern Turkey, northern Iraq, Syria and northern Iran.(14) However, the Christians of Mesopotamia, Iran, Syria, Turkey and Lebanon kept the Aramaic language alive domestically, scholastically and liturgically.(15) Here was a formidable antiquarian and linguist, fluent in classical and romance languages, as well as Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Aramaic , Anglo-Saxon, and a half dozen others.(16) In the centuries following the end of the Nabatean kingdom, the Arabs in Syria and Jordan and probably those who had settled in southern Iraq gradually started using the Nabatean Aramaic script to write their spoken language, Arabic.
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