noun Ar·a·ma·ic \-ˈmā-ik\

Definition of Aramaic

  1. :  a Semitic language known since the ninth century b.c. as the speech of the Aramaeans and later used extensively in southwest Asia as a commercial and governmental language and adopted as their customary speech by various non-Aramaean peoples including the Jews after the Babylonian exile


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