Syriac Language Notes
Syriac is an extinct Afro-Asiatic language spoken in Ancient Syria.
Words from this language are at least 2000 years old.
||Building occupied by monks or nuns.|
||Head of an abbey.|
||A grey semi-metalic chemical element.|
||Woven material named after its city of origin.|
||The ancient god of wealth.|
||linen from Mosul
||Finely woven cotton fabric.|
[Borrowed Words (Swiss German)]
[Borrowed Words (Tagalog)]
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