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 S'a  S'auta abar qadmaiia. "Thou art the First Voice (sound)" 1000  
 Sa  A roll or scroll fo bread used in ritual meals for the dead 1001  
 Sadarta  Ordinance, set prayer, rites 1000  
 Sadra  Sacred Shirt 1000  
 Saliba  Cross 1000  
 Sangara  Backbiter, accuser 1000  
 Sararta  Image, formed object, picture, icon 1000  
 Sarifa  Reed Hut 1001  
 Sauma  Fast 1000  
 Sauma d-sidqa  Fast (vow) of Silence 1000  
 Sayama  Ascetic, abstainer 1000  
 Sayura  Canonical visitor 1000  
 Sha  Shamish (the sun spirit) 1000  
 Shahr  Keep vigil 1001  
 Shalmana  Peaceful, righteous, honest 1000  
 Shamish  Sun 1000  
 Shania  Remote, transcendant, wonderful, strange 1002  
 Shapta  Saturday. 1000  
 Sharaita  Opening, consecration 1000  
 Sharuya  Releaser, redeemer 1000  
 Sharwala  pants, drawers, leggings 1000  
 Shganda  Acolyte, servant (lit. "messenger") 1000  
 Shikinta, S'kinta  Dwelling place, monastery, cult center. Residence. (Shekinah) 1000  
 Shiryata  Deconsecration prayer 1000  
 Shlaha  Apostle of light 1001  
 Shlama  Peace be with you 1001  
 Shuba  Seven (planets) 1000  
 Shubaya  Week 1000  
 Shulita  Placenta 1000  
 Shumaiya  Mentioning of names in Mass 1000  
 Shura, Sura  Rule of Conduct, navel 1000  
 Shwalia  Candidate for priest(ess)hood 1000  
 Siba  Colored material 1000  
 Sibia  Communicants 1000  
 Sidqa  Silence 1000  
 Sihma  Shining 1000  
 Simta  Treasure 1000  
 Sin  Moon 1000  
 Sindirka  Palm tree, dates 1000  
 Sipra  Book, codex. 1000  
 Skandola  Magical iron Signet-Ring. Has a snake, bee, lion and scorpion. Said to have been brought back from the underworld by Hibil-Ziwa on his ascention 1000  
 Skulta  Inadvertant mistake 1000  
 Statia  Prostrations 1000  
 Suf  Sea at the end of the world 1000  
 Sulita  Atone, purify 1000  
 Suria  Idols, statues, images of gods 1001  
 Surta  Magic circle 1000  


Julia:
Hello
I'm needing some help with some words and how to write them. For instance, Sharaita meaning Opening, is perfect but I need to see how its looks in script. Can someone help?
Thank you!
Julia Smethurst


2018-09-20 01:24:00
Guest:
Hello 
Can any body translate ܚܣܝܢ ? 
how does it pronounce?

2019-01-20 05:08:50
Roch:
can i pls get the translation in Aramaic for geneiss/beginning/in the beginning? 

2019-09-10 12:37:46
Son:
Son in aramaic?

2020-03-26 01:06:13
Guest:
What does Sabachthani means ?

2020-05-16 07:49:00
Guest:
This is part of the phrase Jesus cried from the cross in his native language Aramaic: eloi, eloi, lama sabacthani meaning "my God, my God, why have you forsaken me? 
In the bible the Aramaic phrase is transliterated into Greek Ἠλὶ ἠλὶ λεμὰ σαβαχθάνι - sabacthani means -  you have forsaken me; interrogatively, have you forsaken me? preceded with λαμᾶ, Why? Mt. 27:46; Mk. 15:34*
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2021-07-09 10:57:17
Richard july 2022:
Actually your use of greek to describe the Aramaic phrase 'forsaken' is not a good context use even might say not correct.
The biblical Aramaic phrase should be correctly, not as your use of Hebrew.... The Hebrew is forsaken. The Aramaic is
: He said :, [,My Father, My Father for this hour You have kept Me]. YEHOVAH had previously said, [I will never leave you nor forsake you]. Why would he do so then?
 
Please pay close attention that greek has no exact words for many Hebrew or Aramaic words.  (I.E) The shema. Use of Ehad vs Yahid they both mean 1. But Ehad means the '3' in 1. Not singular like Yahid.
Or when Yeshua visits the Lepers house in the ciity....think ...lepers were not allowed in the city, especially to live The Hebrew word for Leper is the same word for pottery Merchant. They had vessels with oil in them. Expensive oil. Would a leper precluded from living in the city have vessels of oil? Or would a potter/ merchant have them? Think


2022-07-23 10:00:52

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