Semitic languages

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Semitic language, central, northwest, or northwest, was originally spoken by Middle Eastern residents known as Arameans.  The Aramaic alphabet is 22 letters and is written from right to left as most Semitic languages.  It is believed that the first appearance of Aramaic in the eleventh century BC. Aramaic Alphabet, Ancient Hebrew Alphabet, Learn Hebrew Alphabet, Ancient Alphabets, Ancient Scripts, Alphabet Code, Alphabet Writing, Lettering Alphabet, Bible Verses Quotes Inspirational

Semitic language, central, northwest, or northwest, was originally spoken by Middle Eastern residents known as Arameans. The Aramaic alphabet is 22 letters and is written from right to left as most Semitic languages. It is believed that the first appearance of Aramaic in the eleventh century BC.

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Tigrinya (ትግርኛ) is a member of the Ethiopic branch of Semitic languages with about 6 million speakers mainly in the Tigre region of Ethiopia and in Central Eritrea. Tigrinya is written with a version of the Ge'ez script and first appeared in writing during the 13th century in a text on the local laws for the district of Logosarda in southern Eritrea. (...) Alphabet Symbols, Alphabet Code, Alphabet Writing, Script Writing, Script Lettering, In Writing, Writing Prompts, Lettering Alphabet, Calligraphy

Tigrinya (ትግርኛ) is a member of the Ethiopic branch of Semitic languages with about 6 million speakers mainly in the Tigre region of Ethiopia and in Central Eritrea. Tigrinya is written with a version of the Ge'ez script and first appeared in writing during the 13th century in a text on the local laws for the district of Logosarda in southern Eritrea. (...)

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Tigre (ትግረ / ትግሬ / ኻሳ) is a member of the Ethiopic branch of South Semitic languages. It is spoken by about 800,000 people in Eritrea, particularly in western parts of that country, and also in neighbouring areas of Sudan, where the language is known as Xasa (ኻሳ). It is thought to have descended from Ge'ez, the liturgical language used in the Ethiopian and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church. (...) Ancient Languages, Foreign Languages, Learning Languages, Amharic Language, History Of Ethiopia, Lucky Numbers For Lottery, Video Downloader App, Semitic Languages, Writing Systems

Tigre (ትግረ / ትግሬ / ኻሳ) is a member of the Ethiopic branch of South Semitic languages. It is spoken by about 800,000 people in Eritrea, particularly in western parts of that country, and also in neighbouring areas of Sudan, where the language is known as Xasa (ኻሳ). It is thought to have descended from Ge'ez, the liturgical language used in the Ethiopian and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church. (...)

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