Jesus in Aramaic.

"He shall be called Nazarene."
                          Matthew 2:23

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Jesus Nazarene,(Hebrew: נָצְרַת‎, Natzrat; Aramaic: ܢܨܪܬ) from the city of Nazareth which was a town in Galilee. The name Nazareth comes from the Hebrew word Nazara meaning truth.


Jesus Christ in Aramaic.

Jesus (Ιησούς) in Amaraic was Yeshua ישוע.The word Christ did not exist in Aramaic.


It comes from the Greek word Χριστός which means 'the anointed one' and is a translation of the Aramaic Msheekha מְשִׁיחָא (Messiah).So Jesus Christ is Yeshua Msheekha in Aramaic.









So Jesus Christ in Aramaic is Yeshua Msheekha .In Syriac there are of course variants ,Yeshuo Msheekho in Western Syriac,Yeshua Msheekha in Eastern Syriac.You may also see Eeshoo instead of Yeshua.
Yeshua in Syriac


The following video shows you how to write Jesus in the Estrangelo script.

Estrangelo evolved from the Palmyrene alphabet , ultimately from Aramaic.




Jesus in the Imperial Aramaic alphabet.
Yeshua written in the Herodian script which is a variant of the square Aramaic alphabet used in Judea during Herod's time.

Herod was a client king to the Romans of the kingdom of Judea and he ruled during the time that Jesus ministered.

Jesus in the Herodian script

And this is how to write Yeshua in the Imperial Aramaic script.



Now watch this video about the origin of the name of Jesus.

 
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2 comments:

  1. His name is יהושע "IAHsha", "IAH saves"... only IAH can save people from their sins.

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  2. HE CAME IN HIS FATHER'S NAME & THEIR NAME IS YAHAWAH

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