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Definition of Semitic
SemiticSemitic Sem*it"ic, a.
Of or pertaining to Shem or his descendants; belonging to
that division of the Caucasian race which includes the Arabs,
Jews, and related races. [Written also Shemitic.]
Semitic language, a name used to designate a group of
Asiatic and African languages, some living and some dead,
namely: Hebrew and Ph[oe]nician, Aramaic, Assyrian,
Arabic, Ethiopic (Geez and Ampharic). --Encyc. Brit.
Meaning of Semitic from wikipedia
- Malta. Semitic
may also refer
to: Abrahamic religions Semitic religions
(disambiguation) Ancient Semitic religion
Proto-Semitic language Semitic
- The Semitic languages
are a branch
of the Afroasiatic language
family. They are spoken
by more than 330 million people across
much of West Asia, the Horn...
- Semites, Semitic peoples
or Semitic cultures
was a term for an ethnic, cultural
group. The terminology
is now largely obsolete outside
- The roots
and most nouns
in the Semitic languages
as a sequence
or "radicals" (hence the term consonantal
(Afro-Asiatic), also known
, Semito-Hamitic, or Erythraean, is a large language family
- Ancient Semitic religion
encomp****es the polytheistic religions
of the Semitic peoples
from the ancient
Near East and Northeast
- modern usage
group, not a race. In this sense, the term is a misnomer, since there
are many speakers
- to: Ancient Semitic
pre-Abrahamic religions practiced
by ancient Semitic cultures Semitic neopaganism
- The West Semitic languages
are a proposed major
sub-grouping of ancient Semitic
languages. The term was first coined
in 1883 by Fritz
Hommel. The grouping...
is the hypothetical reconstructed
to the Semitic
is no consensus regarding
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