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4 sister - semitic languages

+1, thanks for the historical & scriptural references, from these we find records of 4 well known branches.
1. Aramaic, said to be the language spoken by the Maseah (son of Maryum), is not the same as spoken in Armenia. Now it is not a living language, nor do we find any Gospels recorded in it. The Greek versions were written 50 - 70 years later, then translated into Latin & => further away into the anglish version called English.
2. Hebrew, as mentioned above - it has been recently revived by Yiddish speakers, - not exactly similar to the ancient versions, and they have borrowed (& altered sounds) words from Arabic.
3. Amharric, spoken in Ethopia, a little different.
4. Arabic is the most well preserved and living, has recorded scripture.