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Western Neo-Aramaic


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Western Neo-Aramaic is a modern Aramaic language. Today, it is spoken in three villages in the Anti-Lebanon mountains of western Syria. Western Neo-Aramaic is the only modern living Aramaic language drawn from the branch of Western Aramaic languages. All other modern living Aramaic languages are of the Eastern Aramaic languages.
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[br] Nevez-aramaeg ar c'hornôg
[cs] Západní aramejština
[de] Neuwestaramäische Sprache
[en] Neo-Aramaic, Western
[fr] Néo-araméen occidental
[sh] Zapadni novoaramejski
[he] ארמית מערבית חדשה
[hr] Zapadni novoaramejski
[ja] 現代西アラム語
[mk] Западен неоарамејски јазик
[th] ภาษาอราเมอิกใหม่ตะวันตก

Language type : Living

Language resources for Western Neo-Aramaic

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:néo-araméen occidental [fr]

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