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Aramaic to English translator, dictionary


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LETTER G
 Ga  (I) : Gauriil Ishliha - "Gabriel the Messenger." (II):Gimra anat Gmira - "Perfection thou art Perfect." 999  
 Galgla  Globe, sphere 1000  
 Galyuta  Revelation, clarity, revealed and hidden things 1000  
 Ganzibra  Head Priest, or Bishop. Treasurer. Restricted to raw foods at certain seasons 1000  
 Gargul  Globe, sphere 1001  
 Garmaba  Hotbath, spa 1001  
 Gauaya  Inner, esoteric 1000  
 Gaura  Adultery, fornication 1000  
 Gayara  Adulterer 1000  
 Gdada  White cloth to insulate contamination or protect from contamination 1000  
 Gibia  Chosen people 1000  
 Gimat aria  Gematria, numerology of letters 1000  
 Ginat 'dania  Garden of Eden 1000  
 Ginaya  Gardener, vegetable dealer 1000  
 Ginia  Edible root 1000  
 Ginta  Garden 1000  
 Ginza Rba  the great treasure, the main sacred scroll of the Nazura consisting of a left and right side, one for the living and one for the deceased 1000  
 Ginzayya  Treasurer, a Preist(ess)hood office of high rank 1000  
 Ginzi  A scripture 1000  
 Ginzia  Rituals as repositories of light 1000  
 Gnana  Huppah canopy over the bridal bed 1000  
 Gnubta  Ritual uncleanliness 1000  
 Gnuna  eager to mate, horny 1000  
 Gumarta  Consecrated host, wafer 1000  
 Gupna  Vine 1000  


Kailano:
What is “giving back” in aramaic? 

2018-04-02 02:29:06

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