Eastern Syriac :ܐܵܪܵܡܵܝܬܵܐ
Western Syriac :ܐܳܪܳܡܳܝܬܳܐ
Eastern phonetic :a: ra: ' mai ta:
Category :adjective
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English :feminine : Aramaean , Aramaic ; masculine : ܐܵܪܵܡܵܝܵܐ ;
French :féminin : araméenne ; masculin : ܐܵܪܵܡܵܝܵܐ : araméen ;
Dialect :Classical Syriac

Cf. ܪܵܡܵܐ, ܪܵܡܘܿܬܵܐ, ܐܵܪܵܡ, ܐܵܪܵܡܵܐܝܼܬ, ܐܵܪܵܡ ܢܲܗܪܝܼܢ

this word can be found in Daniel 2, 4 and has been translated by "the Aramaic language", yet, in the Peshitta it is written ܐܲܪܡܵܝܬ, to be compared with ܐܲܪܡܵܝܬܵܐ : pagan, non-Jewess, heathen, barbarian, idolatrous. This has given rise to a lot of confusion. The English Authorized Version (1611) has translated it by "Syriac" .

ce mot se trouve dans Daniel 2, 4 et a été traduit par "langue araméenne", or, dans la Peshitta il est écrit ܐܲܪܡܵܝܬ, a rapprocher de ܐܲܪܡܵܝܬܵܐ : païenne , non-juive, barbare , idolâtre. D'où beaucoup de confusion. La Version Autorisée anglaise (1611) traduit par "syriaque".