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Aram in English
Biblical name of ancient Syria

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Aram in Arabic
أرام, اسم سورية في العهد القديم

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Aram in Spanish
Aram, nombre bíblico de la antigua Siria

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Aram in Dutch
Bijbelse naam voor vroegere Syrië

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Aram in Portuguese
Aram, nome bíblico da Síria antiga

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Aram in Turkish
antik Suriye’nin İncil’deki adı

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Aram in Italian
Aram, nome biblico dell'antica Siria

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Aram in French
nom biblique de l'ancienne Syrie et de la Mésopotamie

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Aram in German
Aram, biblischer Name des antiken Syriens

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Aram in Japanese
アラム, 古代シリアの聖書の名

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Aram in Hebrew
ארם, שם תנכי לסוריה העתיקה

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Aram in English

 aram khachaturian 

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→ The name by which the Hebrews designated, generally, the country lying to the northeast of Palestine; the great mass of that high tableland which, rising with sudden abruptness from the Jordan and the very margin of the Lake of Gennesaret, stretched at an elevation of no less than 2000 feet above the level of the sea, to the banks of the Euphrates itself. Throughout the Authorized Version the word is, with only a very few exceptions, rendered, as in the Vulgate and LXX., Syria. Its earliest occurrence in the book of Genesis is in the form of Aram-naharaim, i.e. the "highland of or between the two rivers." (Genesis 24:10) Authorized Version "Mesopotamia." In the later history we meet with a number of small nations or kingdoms forming parts of the general land of Aram; but as Damascus increased in importance it gradually absorbed the smaller powers, (1 Kings 20:1) and the name of Aram was at last applied to it alone. (Isaiah 7:8) also 1Kin 11:24,25; 15:18 etc.
→ Another Aram is named in (Genesis 22:21) as a son of Kemuel and descendant of Nahor.
→ An Asherite, one of the sons of Shamer. (1 Chronicles 7:34)
→ Son of Esrom or Hezron, and the Greek form of the Hebrew Ram. (Matthew 1:3,4; Luke 3:33)

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Aram may refer to:

  • Aram, son of Shem, according to the "Table of Nations" in Genesis 10
  • Aram-Naharaim (Aram of two Rivers), the land in which the city of Haran lay
  • Aram (biblical region), an ancient region containing the ancient state of Aram Damascus
  • Aram Rehob, an early Aramaean kingdom referred to in Numbers and Judges
  • Aram, son of Bethuel's elder brother, Kemuel, grandson of Abraham's elder brother, Nahor
  • Paddan Aram, an early Aramean kingdom in Mesopotamia referred to in Genesis

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Åram is a village in Vanylven Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village is located on the mainland, about straight north of the municipal centre of Fiskåbygd. The village has a ferry quay with regular connections to the nearby islands of Kvamsøya, Voksa, and Gurskøya.  Åram Church is located in the village.

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The Royal Academy of Music is a conservatoire in London, England and a constituent college of the University of London. It was founded in 1822 and is Britain's oldest degree-granting music school. It received a Royal Charter in 1830. It is a registered charity under English law.

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1. the biblical name for ancient Syria
(hypernym) Syria, Syrian Arab Republic

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highness, magnificence, one that deceives; curse

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the son of Shem (Gen. 10:22); according to Gen. 22:21, a grandson of Nahor. In Matt. 1:3, 4, and Luke 3:33, this word is the Greek form of Ram, the father of Amminadab (1 Chr. 2:10). The word means high, or highlands, and as the name of a country denotes that elevated region extending from the northeast of Palestine to the Euphrates. It corresponded generally with the Syria and Mesopotamia of the Greeks and Romans. In Gen. 25:20; 31:20, 24; Deut. 26:5, the word "Syrian" is properly "Aramean" (R.V., marg.). Damascus became at length the capital of the several smaller kingdoms comprehended under the designation "Aram" or "Syria." Aram-naharaim Aram of the two rivers, is Mesopotamia (as it is rendered in Gen. 24:10), the country enclosed between the Tigris on the east and the Euphrates on the west (Ps. 60, title); called also the "field of Aram" (Hos. 12:12, R.V.) i.e., the open country of Aram; in the Authorized Version, "country of Syria." Padan-aram (q.v.) was a portion of this country. Aram-zobah (Ps. 60, title), probably the region between the Euphrates and the Orontes.

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Aram in Arabic

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Aram in Russian
(n) Арам

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Aram in Thai
(คำย่อ) Aramaic

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Aram in Romanian
(fiz) substană paramagnetică
   (el) paramagnetic
   (l) paramagnetism
   (th) parametru; constantă; caracteristică; factor; indice; coeficient
   (autom) parametru prestabilit
   (metr) mărime raportată

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Aram in Persian
جستجوي پارامتري

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ارام ( بين النهرين قديم)

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