Languages

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The Akkadian language


The Amharic language


The Amorite language

Ancient NorthWest Semitic language
The Arabic language

The Arabic language is the most widely spoken Semitic language. It is also one of the most conservative, maintaining 28 of the 29 proto-Semitic phonemes, as well as the same 6 vowels, and maintains the dual number in verbs and nouns, as well as the case system.
The Aramaic language


The Dadanitic language

Ancient North Arabian language
The Eblaite language

An East Semitic language
The Ge'ez language


The Hasaitic language

Ancient North Arabian language that used Ancient South Arabian script
The Hismaic language


The Mandaic language


The Mehri language

Modern South Arabian language
The Minaic language

Ancient South Arabian language
The Moabite language


The Nabataean language


The Palmyrene language

The Aramaic dialect of the city-state and later empire of Tadmur (Greek: Palmyra)
The Phoenician language


The Qatabanic language

An ancient language of South Arabia
The Sabaic language


The Safaitic language

Ancient North Arabian language that is an early attested variety of Arabic.
The Syriac language


The Taymanitic language

Ancient North Arabian language that shares many features with NorthWest Semitic
The Thamudic B language

Ancient North Arabian language
The Ugaritic language


The Ḥaḍramitic language

Ancient South Arabian language