A Northwest Semitic language that was the lingua franca throughout the Near East from c. 300 b.c. to c. a.d. 650: it replaced Hebrew as the language of the Jews, and one of its dialects was spoken by Jesus and his disciples
Of the Aramaeans or their language or culture
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