Thamudic

adjective
Tha·​mu·​dic | \ thəˈmüdik\

Definition of Thamudic

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: of or relating to various old Semitic inscriptions in characters resembling the Sabaean

Thamudic

noun
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plural -s

Definition of Thamudic (Entry 2 of 2)

: a form of North Arabic that is known from inscriptions from the fifth century b.c. to the fourth century a.d.

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History and Etymology for Thamudic

Adjective

Thamud, an ancient people of Arabia (from Arabic Thamūd) + English -ic

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