Samaritanism



noun
1.
an inhabitant of Samaria.
2.
good Samaritan.
3.
(often lowercase) one who is compassionate and helpful to a person in distress.
4.
any of the dialects of Aramaic spoken by the Samaritans in ancient Israel and until recently still spoken in Nablus.
adjective
5.
pertaining to Samaria or to Samaritans.
noun
1.
a native or inhabitant of Samaria
2.
short for Good Samaritan
3.
a member of a voluntary organization (the Samaritans) which offers counselling to people in despair, esp by telephone
4.
the dialect of Aramaic spoken in Samaria
adjective
5.
of or relating to Samaria
see: good Samaritan

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