[ar-uh m il-yich;; Russian uh-rahm ee-lyeech] /ˈær əm ˈɪl yɪtʃ;; Russian ʌˈrɑm iˈlyitʃ/ (Show IPA), 1903–78, Armenian composer.
Aram Ilich (ˈarəm iljˈjitʃ). 1903–78, Russian composer. His works, which often incorporate Armenian folk tunes, include a piano concerto and the ballets Gayaneh (1942) and Spartacus (1954)
- Aram sandwich
noun Lavosh bread spread with softened cream cheese and layered with meat, cheese, lettuce, etc. and rolled into a wrap sandwich; also called levant Examples Aram sandwiches are often refrigerated for several hours and then cut into one-inch thick slices for serving. Word Origin from an area of Syria, where this may have originated Usage […]
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.” […]
aram-zobah (Ps. 60, title), probably the region between the Euphrates and the Orontes.
Also, Aramean, Aramaean. a northwest Semitic language that from c300 b.c.–a.d. 650 was a lingua franca for nearly all of SW Asia and was the everyday speech of Syria, Mesopotamia, and Palestine. Abbreviation: Aram. Compare . pertaining to Aram, or to the languages spoken there. noting or pertaining to the alphabetical, or perhaps syllabic, script […]