the ancient Babylonian world of the dead.
Biblical name of ancient Syria. (def 1). . Contemporary Examples Aram Roston and Christine Pelisek on the environmentalist CEO, who is stepping back after the incident. Commerce Secretary on Leave After Mystery Crash Aram Roston, Christine Pelisek June 11, 2012 The Beast’s Patricia Murphy and Aram Roston have a very thorough overview of where this […]
Aram Ilich [ar-uh m il-yich;; Russian uh-rahm ee-lyeech] /ˈær əm ˈɪl yɪtʃ;; Russian ʌˈrɑm iˈlyitʃ/ (Show IPA), 1903–78, Armenian composer. noun 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.” […]