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Arabic Language
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Arabic Language
Arabic Language A Semitic language related to Hebrew and Aramaic. Closely tied to the historical rise and spread of Islam, and currently spoken throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Arabic Language
Arabic Language For the student of the Bible the Arabic language is of interest, first, as one of the members of the Semitic group of languages, to which belong the Hebrew and Aramaic tongues of the Bible; second, as one of the languages into which the Bible and other church literature were early translated
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ARABIC LANGUAGE
ARABIC LANGUAGE<ar’-a-bik lan’-gwaj>: For the student of the Bible the Arabic language is of interest, first, as one of the members of the Semitic group of languages, to which belong the Hebrew and Aramaic tongues of the Bible; secondly, as one of the languages into which the Bible and other church
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Languages of the Ane
languages of the ANE. Those languages of the ANE that have left behind many documents on clay, stone, papyrus, or even parchment are fairly few in number, and are for the most part well known. There were dozens of other languages and dialects spoken by the various nationalities and tribes of this region
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Arabic Language
ARABIC LANGUAGE, arʹa-bik laṇʹgwā̇j: For the student of the Bible the Arab. language is of interest, first, as one of the members of the Sem group of languages, to which belong the Heb and Aram. tongues of the Bible; secondly, as one of the languages into which the Bible and other church literature