semitic

Semitic vs Hamitic - What's the difference?

semitic | hamitic |


As adjectives the difference between semitic and hamitic

is that semitic is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc while hamitic is of or pertaining to the hamites or to the hamitic languages.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

As a noun hamitic is

a group of languages spoken in egypt and neighbouring countries.

Semitic vs Indoeuropean - What's the difference?

semitic | indoeuropean |


As adjectives the difference between semitic and indoeuropean

is that semitic is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc while indoeuropean is .

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

Semitic vs Abrahimic - What's the difference?

semitic | abrahimic |

Semitic vs Semantic - What's the difference?

semitic | semantic |


As adjectives the difference between semitic and semantic

is that semitic is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc while semantic is semantic.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

Taxonomy vs Semitic - What's the difference?

taxonomy | semitic |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective semitic is

of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc.

As a proper noun semitic is

the semitic languages in general.

Semitic vs Nonsemitic - What's the difference?

semitic | nonsemitic |


As adjectives the difference between semitic and nonsemitic

is that semitic is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc while nonsemitic is not semitic.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

Semitic vs Mimation - What's the difference?

semitic | mimation |


As an adjective semitic

is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

As a noun mimation is

(linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian.

Semitic vs Sabaean - What's the difference?

semitic | sabaean |


As adjectives the difference between semitic and sabaean

is that semitic is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc while sabaean is of or pertaining to sabaean culture.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

As a noun sabaean is

an extinct semitic language spoken in sheba.

Shemetic vs Semitic - What's the difference?

shemetic | semitic |

Semitic vs Astarte - What's the difference?

semitic | astarte |

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