aram

(from the article `Arabian religion`) The sanctuaries, sometimes carved in the rock on high places, consisted of a aram, a sacred open-air enclosure, accessible only to unarmed and ...
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Aram

(from the article `Judaism`) By the mid-8th century, one hundred years of chronic warfare between Israel and Aram had finally ended—the Aramaeans having suffered heavy blows from ...
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Aram

noun the biblical name for ancient Syria
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Aram

[given name] Aram (Արամ pron, אַרָם) is an Armenian patriarch in the History of Armenia (Moses of Chorene), and a popular masculine name in Armenian. It appears in Hebrew and Aramaic, although its origins and meaning are different. ==First name== (Notable bearers of the name) ...
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ARAM

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Aram

Aram (ā'răm) , ancient country and people centered in Damascus in S Syria between the 11th and 8th cent. B.C. The Bible records constant contacts between the Hebrews and Aram. The Aramaeans spoke Aramaic, which is a term that refers to a family of languages, of which Syriac is a part...
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Aram

Aram is an Armenian name for boys and girls. The meaning is `high, exalted` The name Aram is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (6 times more often than to American boys.) Although in most countries Aram is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 23 Aram`s are girls. The name sounds like: Erma, Irma,, Joram, Jeramy, Jorim Similar names...
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Aram

Probably the name of a people, applied to the country north and northeast of Palestine from the Mediterranean to the middle of Mesopotamia. In the Old Testament, Aram occurs in several combinations...
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Aram

[n] - the biblical name for ancient Syria
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