Of or relating to the ancient Aramaic languages.
An ancient group of related Semitic dialects some of which are still spoken in Syria.
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.
Aramaic · Aramaic script