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1 Corinthians Aramaic primacy doubted...
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Hi Paul,

The word, written with different consonants could either mean 'syrian' or 'Greek'.
So, that could be Armaye, or Aramaye. (The 'a' vs the 'o' is known to me and is just the eastern vs the western prononciation)
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so; Armaye would mean 'gentiles' or 'Greek'
and Aramaye would mean Arameans.
I don't have this knowledge from myself b.t.w.!

I share the opinion with some, that it all means Syrian. The father of Timothy (for instance) was a Syrian, not a Greek.


Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Re: Corinthians aramaiac primacy doubted... - by distazo - 07-05-2012, 01:52 AM

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