Aramaean /ˌarəˈmiːən / Aramean

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I. noun

a member of an ancient Aramaic-speaking people inhabiting Aram (modern Syria) and most of Mesopotamia in the 11th–8th centuries BC.
II. adjective

relating to Aram or the Aramaeans.
– origin from Latin Aramaeus (from Greek Aramaios: see Aramaic) + -an.

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