Languages

Northwest Semitic

Introduction

The Northwest Semitic languages form a medium-level division of the Semitic language family. The languages of this group are spoken by approximately eight million people today.

Languages

  • Aramaic
    • Eastern
      • Central
        • Northeastern
          • Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
          • Lishanid Noshan
          • Bohtan Neo-Aramaic
          • Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic
          • Chaldean Neo-Aramaic
          • Hértevin
          • Hulaulá
          • Koy Sanjaq Surat
          • Lishana Deni
          • Senaya
          • Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
          • Lishán Didán
        • Northwestern
          • Mlahsö
          • Turoyo
      • Mandaic
        • Mandaic
        • Mandaic, Classical
      • Syriac
    • Western
      • Western Neo-Aramaic
      • Samaritan Aramaic
  • Ugaritic? (extinct)
  • Canaanite
    • Ammonite (extinct)
    • Edomite (extinct)
    • Hebrew
      • Hebrew, Ancient (extinct)
      • Hebrew
      • Samaritan
    • Moabite (extinct)
    • Phoenician (extinct)

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