Translation of Aramaic in Spanish:


arameo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɛrəˈmeɪɪk/ /ˌarəˈmeɪɪk/


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    arameo masculine
    • Arabic displaced Coptic and Aramaic in the Near East as people converted to Islam, from the seventh century through the medieval period.
    • Arabic is a Semitic language related to Hebrew and Aramaic.
    • As the Arab Empire grew, Arabic replaced the Aramaic, Coptic, Greek, and Latin languages and became the main instrument of Arab culture.
    • 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.
    • Arabic, the language of the majority and the official language of the country, is a Semitic tongue related to Hebrew, Aramaic, and Amharic.
    • He was an educated man, who spoke ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, Yiddish, Torah and English.
    • 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.
    • The King James' Bible is an English translation of the Bible from the original languages, including Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek.
    • The dialogue, meanwhile, is entirely in Latin, Hebrew and Aramaic (the language spoken in ancient Palestine).
    • Tigrinya, the language spoken by the Tigray, is from the Semitic family of languages, and is related to Arabic, Hebrew, and Aramaic.
    • In Hebrew, Aramaic and Arabic, but not Persian, the ‘n’ is doubled: tannûr.
    • In addition to Aramaic, Raskas speaks Hebrew, German and Yiddish.
    • The series of 15-minute films, in which the actors' words in Hebrew and Aramaic are muted under a voiceover narration in English, were designed for educational purposes.
    • Orthodox and Melkite liturgies are in Arabic and Greek; Maronite liturgy is in Arabic and Aramaic.
    • Among those who converted at this time was Onkelos, reportedly Nero's nephew, who subsequently translated the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic.
    • He was a man of immense learning, with a wide knowledge of the sciences and of languages: Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic.
    • 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.
    • The entire dialogue is subtitled, with Aramaic, Latin and Hebrew spoken throughout the movie by the cast.
    • The apocryphal texts have largely been preserved in Greek translation, though originally many of the texts appeared in Hebrew and/or Aramaic.