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Aramaic to English translator, dictionary


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 Na  Nhura 1002  
 Nahra, Nuhra  Breath, breathing 1000  
 Nala  Vampire 1000  
 Napsa, Napsha  Personality, lower soul 1000  
 Naqia  Clean 1001  
 Naquta  Libations 1000  
 Nasifa  Stole-like strip of white cloth or muslin, worn by the priests during ceremonies. Compare the Tibetan use of a white scarf, and the Jewish prayer shawl, or Tallit 999  
 Nasra  Holy Books 1000  
 Natra  Watchman, guardian spirit 1001  
 Nazam  Disciplined, orderly 1000  
 Naziruta, Nazirutha  Esoteric knowledge, gnosis 1000  
 Nazuraya  Nazoreans, skilled in secret knowledge 1000  
 Nbiha  Prophet 1000  
 Nebo  Mercury 1000  
 Nhashta  Whispered or secret prayer 1000  
 Nhimta  Resurrection, revival, restoration 1000  
 Nhura, Nahira, nahur (Noohra)  Light. Opposite of Ziwa. Equivalent to the Taoist "Yin". Soft lunar light 1000  
 Niaka  Coition, coupling, sex 1000  
 Niara  Bowl, or dish 1000  
 Nidria  Make a vow 1000  
 Nihga  Dawn 1000  
 Niqubta  Female mystery 1000  
 Nirig  Mars 1000  
 Nishan  Portent, sign, birthmark 1000  
 Nishimta  Higher soul or light spark 1000  
 Nishum  Astrologer 1000  
 Nisibta  Procreation, planting, bride 1000  
 Nisrat Mdinta  Nazereth 1000  
 Nitra  Crumbs left over from sacraments 1000  
 Nitupta  Drop, heavenly consorts 1000  
 Nukraya  Strange, Alien, foreign, removed by time and space 1000  


Guest Magician:
Can anyone assist me in finding the translation and pronunciation of the phrase," Let there be light," from English to Aramaic?

2018-02-07 03:06:49

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