Karshuni

noun Kar·shu·ni \kärˈshünē\\gär-\
variants: less commonly

Carshuni

\kärˈshünē\ or

Garshuni

\gär-\

Definition of Karshuni

plural

-s

  1. :  Arabic written in Syriac characters especially as used in the Maronite ritual

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Origin and Etymology of karshuni

Arabic karshūnīy, probably from Syriac gershūn alien, foreign + Arabic -īy belonging to


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