Strong's Hebrew762. Aramith -- the language of Aram (Syria)...
in the Syrian language
, in Syriac. Feminine of 'Arammiy; (only adverbial)in Aramean --
in the Syrian language
(tongue), in Syriac. see HEBREW 'Arammiy. ... /hebrew/762.htm - 6k
Bardesanes the Syrian and his Extant Works.
... the Syrian he seemed in general one of the most pernicious of heretics, who
nevertheless pretended to be orthodox, veiling his errors in ambiguous language, ...
/.../pamphilius/church history/chapter xxx bardesanes the syrian and.htm
Of Didymus of Alexandria and Ephraim the Syrian.
... at variance with the truth. Ephraim, employing the Syrian language, shed
beams of spiritual grace. Totally untainted as he was by ...
/.../chapter xxvi of didymus of alexandria.htm
... force in literature, not merely to elevate and enrich its language, but to ... that,
in the Church everywhere, he stands as the representative Syrian Father, as ...
/.../ephraim/hymns and homilies of ephraim the syrian/introductory dissertation.htm
The New Testament
... the Old Testament and the Gospels were at first used by the Syrian Christians, and ...
These were Latin, Syriac, and the Coptic language spoken by the Egyptians. ...
/.../pullan/the books of the new testament/chapter i the new testament.htm
Language and Style.
... piece, whether genuine or fictitious, would hardly have been appended in another
language. ... of the composition is much more in accordance with Syrian than with ...
/.../daubney/the three additions to daniel a study/language and style 3.htm
The Syrian Enrollment in 8 Bc
... any Roman interference in its affairs was needed, the Syrian governor marched ... His
language is quite explicit, and could be misinterpreted only through prejudice ...
/.../ramsay/was christ born in bethlehem/chapter 8 the syrian enrollment.htm
Celsus, Therefore, not Investigating in a Spirit of Impartiality ...
... a hatred also of their mother tongue,  how did it happen that after so doing
they did not rather adopt the Syrian or Phoenician language, instead of ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter vi celsus therefore not.htm
Relations with Nestorius and to Nestorianism.
... Probably both the Egyptian and the Syrian would have found no difficulty in subscribing
the language of our own judicious divine; "a kind of mutual commutation ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/iii relations with nestorius and to.htm
Who are These Men who are Wont to Dispute at Such Great Length in ...
... Is it to be imputed to him as a crime that he knows the Greek, the Syrian, the
Hebrew, the Egyptian, and in part also the Latin language? ...
/.../22 who are these men.htm
For Eight Years Gregory Has Given up the Practice Of
... Roman tongue, which is a wonderful and magnificent sort of language, and one ... He refers
to Caius, Papinian, Ulpian; all, probably, of Syrian origin, and using ...
/.../argument i for eight years gregory.htm
Nave's Topical Index2 Kings 18:26
Then said Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, and Shebna, and Joah, to Rabshakeh, Speak, I pray you, to your servants in the Syrian language; for we understand it: and talk not with us in the Jews' language in the ears of the people that are on the wall.Nave's Topical Index
And in the days of Artaxerxes wrote Bishlam, Mithredath, Tabeel, and the rest of their companions, to Artaxerxes king of Persia; and the writing of the letter was written in the Syrian tongue, and interpreted in the Syrian tongue.
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Then spoke the Chaldeans to the king in Syriack, O king, live for ever: tell your servants the dream, and we will show the interpretation.
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Language of all Mankind One at First
Language of some Nations Difficult
Language of the New Testament
Language: Ancient Kingdoms often Comprehended Nations of Different
Language: Called: Speech
Language: Called: Tongue
Language: Confusion of
Language: Confusion of a Punishment for Presumption
Language: Confusion of Divided Men Into Separated Nations
Language: Confusion of Originated the Varieties In
Language: Confusion of Scattered Men Over the Earth
Language: Dialects of the Jews
Language: Gift of
Language: Great Variety of, Spoken by Men
Language: Interpretation of a Gift of the Holy Spirit
Language: Interpretation of Antiquity of Engaging Persons For
Language: Interpretation of Most Important in the Early Church
Language: Interpretation of The Jews Punished by Being Given up to People of a Strange
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Arabic
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Chaldea
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Egyptian
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Greek
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Hebrew
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Latin
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Lycaonian
Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Syriack
Language: Many Spoken at Jerusalem
Language: Parthian and Other Lands
Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Gift of the Holy Spirit
Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Sign to Unbelievers
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Ceased when the Written Bible Completed
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Conferred by Laying on of the Apostles' Hands
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Followed Receiving the Gospel
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Given on the Day of Pentecost
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Necessary to Spread of the Gospel
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Promised
Language: Power of Speaking Different: Sometimes Abused
Language: Speaking in Inspired "Tongues" Forbidden
Language: The Term Barbarian Applied to Those Who Spoke a Strange
Language: Unity of
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