Evening in Chaldean Neo-Aramaic.


Evening is noospa in Chaldean Neo-Aramaic. 

Chaldean is considered a sister language of Assyrian Neo-Aramaic. Linguistically these two are dialects of the same language but often they are classified as different languages due to political reasons.

Chaldeans ,the Kaldāye (ܟܲܠܕܵܝܹܐ) as their are known in the Chaldean language are Assyrian Catholics adherent to Chaldean Catholic Church.

Chaldean Catholics from Marcin,Turkey,19nth century.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this.
    At Havdalah one says in Hebrew, Shavua tov.
    Also, Happy Chanukah
    How to say those in Aramaic?
    Also is there a multi-media course in basic Aramaic for those who are not well-versed in Hebrew?
    You could email your answer if you want.
    Thank you
    Shabata Tava
    don lively


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