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Is "Allah" credibly the Arabic version of "Alaha?"
Shalaamu (Shlama) Paul and David,
     The Arabic Name الله ʔallāh is derived from the definite article ال ʔal meaning "the" and إله (or إلاه) ʔilāh meaning "God." The fuller form of the Name of Allah is Al-Ilah (i.e. الالاه ʔal-ʔilāh). Ilah is אלה Elo(a)h in Hebrew (o = ā, Canaanite shift), אלה Elah in Judeo-Aramaic and ܐܠܗܐ Alaha in Syriac.

Blessings to you and yours in peace.
Shalaamu (Shlama)

-- Seitz (הלתואם Hal-Tawʔam)
"We have no power at all against the truth, but for the truth." -- 2 Corinthians 13:8

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RE: Is "Allah" credibly the Arabic version of "Alaha?" - by Seeker of the Truth - 05-31-2015, 10:21 AM

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