babylonian

IPA: bæbʌɫˈoʊniʌn

Root Word: Babylonian

noun

  • An inhabitant of the city of Babylon.
  • An inhabitant of Babylonia, which included Chaldea; a Chaldean.
  • An astrologer; so called because the Chaldeans were remarkable for the study of astrology.
  • A later form of Akkadian language spoken in Babylonia in 1950 BC – 100 AD.

adjective

  • (historical) Pertaining to the city of Babylon, or the Babylonian Empire.
  • (obsolete, derogatory) Roman Catholic (with reference to e.g. Revelation 14–18).
  • Characteristic of Babylon or its civilization and inhabitants; huge, decadent, indulgent. .

Examples of "babylonian" in Sentences

  • Babylonian captivity of the Church.
  • Where are the cultured Babylonians
  • History of the Babylonian Captivity.
  • On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church.
  • As a result, the Babylonians are indignant.
  • Removing ourselves from the neo-babylonian churches is next.
  • He is the regent of the 10th month in the Babylonian calendar.
  • The Babylonian Talmud applies the aphorism to unthinkable thoughts.
  • The study of the Babylonian Talmud is the core the school curriculum.
  • Cyrus' conciliatory treatment of the Babylonians broke with this tradition.
  • Archaeological material for the study of Babylonian law is singularly extensive.
  • A mixture of sumerian(Dravidian), old babylonian(semitic ) and basque(or caucasian)
  • VA reform is necessary though, too - their computer systems are a babylonian nightmare.
  • It goes back to Babylon and they are sometimes referred to as “the babylonian botherhood” and they generally intermarry.
  • I'm a trekker, a stargate-r, a babylonian, a knuckle dragger and even a 4400, but I constantly find myself slightly let down.
  • Babylonian · March 23rd, 2004 at 7:46 am ok..babylonian, you are gonna dismiss all real threats before this yassin thing..and then point out all speculation after.
  • There are ‘tiny’ fragments of other languages in the Torah, including words from aramaic, arabic, babylonian (a kind of aramaic), greeg and north african tongues, but for the most part the ‘old testament’ was written in hebrew – therefore I felt it was reasonable to leave her with her preconceptions.
  • Babylonian · July 26th, 2004 at 10:26 am babylonian - interestign that you bring that up. there are so many cases of israeli-jews, some of them soldiers, selling arms to palestinians. sadly, for some reasons when the palestinian-arab citizens of israel do the same thing, that whole population is put on a trial.
  • Among the other superb artifacts of Hammurabi's paleo-babylonian era are small bronze statuettes trimmed in gold, and a large terra cotta bas relief of a nude winged goddess whose raptor-like claw feet stand on a pair of lions, thought to represent either Ishtar, the goddess of heaven, or her sister Ereshkigal, the queen of hell.
  • August 12th, 2009 11: 17 am ET hey stop being scared, its a new way of racism look at most of these rally and you can see is more white people, they do not like change and yes they will deny racism after they killed you, its the new kkk way of showing up their ugly head, america the babylonian, get ready it will get sicker cause of the wicked white people.

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