Semite

[adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of Semites 2. [n] - a member of a group of Semitic-speaking peoples of the Near East and North Africa
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Semite

Any of the peoples of the Middle East originally speaking a Semitic language, and traditionally said to be descended from Shem, a son of Noah in the Bible. Ancient Semitic peoples include the...
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Semite

Sem'ite noun One belonging to the Semitic race. Also used adjectively. [ Written also Shemite .]
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Semite

Semitic adjective of or relating to or characteristic of Semites; `Semite peoples`
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Semite

• (n.) One belonging to the Semitic race. Also used adjectively.
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Semite

(from the article `religions, classification of`) ...which Müller believed the most scientific principle possible. According to this theory, in Asia and Europe dwell three great races, the Turanians ... ...dominated by the tribe of Ephraim. A tribe was a collection of clans; and a clan was simply an expanded family. The consanguine...
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Semite

Semite (sem'īt, sē'mīt) , originally one of a people believed to be descended from Shem, son of Noah. Later the term came to include the following peoples: Arabs; the Akkadians of ancient Babylonia; the Assyrians; the Canaanites (including Amorites, Moabites, Edomites, Ammo...
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Semite

The Semites are the peoples of the Middle East originally speaking a Semitic language, and traditionally said to be descended from Shem, a son of Noah in the Bible. Ancient Semitic peoples include the Hebrews, Ammonites, Moabites, Edomites, Babylonians, Assyrians, Chaldaeans, Phoenicians, and Canaanites. The Semitic peoples founded the monotheistic...
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Semite

Any of the peoples of the Middle East originally speaking a Semitic language, and traditionally said to be descended from Shem, a son of Noah in the Bible. Ancient Semitic peoples include the Hebrews, Ammonites, Moabites, Edomites, Babylonians, Assyrians, Chaldaeans, Phoenicians, and Canaanites. The Semitic peoples founded the monotheistic religion...
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