Aramaic in the Torah

Question

Is the Aramaic language used in any portion of the Torah?

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Answers

  1. There are just two words that are Aramaic in the Five Books of Moses. They are “Yegar Sahaduta,” which means “the mound is a witness,” and it was called that by Lavan – see Genesis 31:47. However, there are large parts of the Book of Daniel that are also written in Aramaic.

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