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    Some Assyriologists have recorded themselves reading Assyrian/Babylonian litterature and poetry in the Akkadian Language. It's the Babylonian dialect they read, because of all the sh-sounds while the Assyrian dialect pronounce it by just the letter S.

    I think it sounds a little similar to Arabic in some sounds, most probably because both of the languages are very old and probably closer to proto-semitic. Though East-Semitic sure sounds alot different overall to West-Semitic.

    The German dialects most of these Assyriologists have totally ruined it alot for me so chose the person Antoine Cavigneaux who have a more "semitic" accent when talking.
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    Here's the link:

    http://upload.sms.csx.cam.ac.uk/collection/759025

    I don't think it sounds like Arabic at all, in fact it seems to sound a lot closer to our modern Syriac Assyrian or Hebrew rather than Arabic, on the other hand I suspect these scholars are just pronouncing things based on educated guesses.

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    Ah lol I totally forgot the link! I posted it first but then I accidently shut down everything and then rewrote it again and forgot the link
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    In this link you can also get the translations and the orginal text.
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    It sounds better than Hebrew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birko19 View Post
    Here's the link:

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    I don't think it sounds like Arabic at all, in fact it seems to sound a lot closer to our modern Syriac Assyrian or Hebrew rather than Arabic, on the other hand I suspect these scholars are just pronouncing things based on educated guesses.
    Othuroyo, thank you for creating this thread. I will have to agree with Birko19 here. It does indeed sound very much closer to Syriac Assyrian than it does Arabic.

    Given the fact that an ordinary person's core vocabulary (at least in English) is limited to several hundred words, and the words listed below include many of those core words, we practically speak Akkadian!

    Common Vocabulary in ancient Assyrian and Modern Assyrian

    Akkadian, Modern Eastern Assyrian, Modern Western Assyrian, Meaning
    eberu, ebara, ’boro, to cross
    elu, elul, ’eloyo, high
    elle, all, aal, on upon
    abu, aba or baba, abo, father
    dammu, demma, admo, blood
    epiru, epra, afro, dust
    akhu, akhuna, aho, brother
    enu, eina, aino, eye
    ikkaru, akkara, akoro, farmer, gardner
    ammtu, amtta, amtho, handmaid, female servant
    agrabu, agriba, aqrebo, scorpion
    arba'u, arba, arb’o, four
    ardikhalu, ardikhla, ardikhlo, builder, architect
    assuritu, assuraita , atturaita, suraita, ashuraito, othuraito, suraito, assyrian female
    esru, esra, asro, ten
    ittimalu, timmal, athmel, yesterday
    etteru, attera, atiro, one who has in abundance, rich
    beldababi, baldvavi, b’eldbobo, adverseries, enemies
    abi, abi or babi, babi, my father
    bi itu, baita, baito, house
    birku, birka, barko, knee
    baraqu, braqa, barqo, flash
    siru, bisra, basro, meat
    buru, beera, biro, water well
    bishu, bisha, bisho, evil
    manu, mnaya, bnoyo, to count, count
    bakhu, bakha, bokhe, to weep
    banu, bnaya or bnna, bone, to build
    taaru, dyarra, d’oro, to return
    daianutu, daianuta, daiono, judgeship
    dishpu, doosha, daosho, honey
    addu, addeya, eddo, now
    adannu, dana, edono, appointed time, deadline
    egirtu, egarta, egartho, letter
    elippu, elppa, elfo, ship
    immati, imman, ema, when
    inbu, anbee, enbe, grapes
    shumu, shema, eshmo, name
    enzu, ezza, ezo, goat
    pagru, pagra, faghro, corpse, body
    pirru/pillu, pilla, filo, elephant
    putu, patta, fotho, face
    parasu, prasha, frosho, to separate
    pasharu, pshara, fshoro, to dissolve
    gammalu, gumla, gamlo, camel
    agappu, gulpa, gefo, wing
    gishru, gishra, geshro, bridge
    ekallu, hakla, hajklo, palace
    hamsu (hamshu), hmsha, hamsho, five
    anutee, annee, hani, these
    eglu, khagla, haqlo, field
    aharru, kharraya, haroyo, to be the last
    atta, att, hat, you
    hatanu, khitna, hathno, son in law
    attunu, ahtune, hatu, you plural
    ekaku, khaka, hjoko, to scratch
    emeru, khemara, hmoro, ass, donkey
    khanugu, khannig, hnoqo, to strangle
    akhatu, khatta, hotho, sister
    hadatu, kudata, hothotho, renewal, to be new
    khatu, khtama, hthomo, to end
    hittitu, khtteeta, htitho, sin, crime
    hatu, khtta, htoyo, to sin
    imnu, yamina, iamino, right hand
    mudutu, dayta, ida’tho, knowledge
    iddu, idda, ido, side , hand
    siaqu, eeqa, iqo, narrow, tight
    kalbu, kalba, kalbo, dog
    kalbatu, kalibta, kalbtho, bitch
    kallatu, kalta, kaltho, daughter-in-law
    karmu, karma, karmo, vineyard, orchard
    kirmu, karma, karmo, orchard, garden
    karru, kraya, karryo, to be short
    karsu, kersa, karso, belly, abdomen
    kinnu, kinna, kino, just
    kinnatu, kinnuta, kinotho, justice
    kakkabu, kikhwa, kokbo, star
    kalu, kuli, kole, all
    kullu, kulli, kole, all
    kussi, kursi, kursio, chair
    labashu, lebasha, lbosho, to cloth
    libbi, libbi, lebi, my heart
    libbu, libba, lebo, heart
    lishannu, lishanna, leshono, toungue, langauge
    la, la, lo, no
    imkhas, mkhaya, mahyo, to hit or stirke
    maalkatu, malikta, malektho, queen
    ma-alke, malke=kings, malke, princes
    ma-alku, malka=king, malko, prince
    maanu, maaney, manyo, who
    matu, myata, maoto, to die
    narkabtu, markabta, markabtho, chariot
    mu, mia, maye, water
    manzaltu, mozalta, mazlo, orbit, position of star
    minna, minna or binna, menyo, what
    minu, minyana, menyono, number
    muskenu, meskeena, meskeno, destitute
    migru, miugra, miaqro, favorite, honorable
    mittu, mitta, mitho, the dead
    malu, mla, mole, to fill
    matu, mata, motho, land, country
    magaru, myaguri, myaqar, to favour, obey, respect
    naggaru, najar, nagoro, carpenter
    narrati, naravati, nahre, rivers
    narru, narra, nahro, river
    nakharu, nukhra, nekhroyo, foreign
    napahu, npakha, nfoho, to blow
    naasharu, nishra, nishra, eagle
    nishi, nashi, noshe, people
    nishu, nasha, nosho, person
    nash-nakhar, nasha-nakhraya, nosho nekhroyo, foreigner
    ettiru, nettara, notar, to protect
    nashagu, nshaga, nshoqo, to kiss
    nunu, nuna, nuno, fish
    nuru, nura, nuro, light, fire
    akalu, kalla, okhel, to eat
    u = oo, oo, oo, and
    asu, asya, osio, physician
    isu, gasa, qaiso, wood
    qalalu, qaloola, qalilo, small, tiny, light-weight
    gamkhu, gamkha, qamho, flour
    garabu, garbanta, qaribo, to come near
    garnu, garna, qarno, horn
    qabaru, qbara (soft b), qboro, to bury
    kutallu, gdalla, qdolo, back of the neck
    qannu or qinnu, qinna, qeno, nest
    gashtu, gishta, qeshto, bow
    gir-ba-an-nu, gur-ba-an-na, qorbono, offering
    rabu, raba, rabo, great, large
    remu, rekhma, rahme, mercy
    re'u, raya, re’yo, shepherd
    rikku, raikha, riho, smell
    reshu, resha, risho, head, beginning
    raqadu, reqada, rqodo, to dance
    salmu, salma, salmo, image
    saptu, sipta, saptho, lip, edge
    sumelu, simmala, semolo, left
    sammu, smugga, semoqo, red
    sissu, suissa, sessyo, horse
    shakhanu, shkhana, shahino, to be warm
    isku, eshka, shako, testicle
    mashmashu, shamasha, shamosho, deacon
    sittu, shinta, shantho, sleep
    sebu (shebu), shavva, shau’o, seven
    shebabbi, shbabbi, shbobe, neighbors
    shalatu, shultana, sheltono, to rule
    shamshi, shimsha, shemsho, the sun
    shedu, shedda, shido, demon, evil spirit
    shalamu, shlama, shlomo, to be well
    shemu, shma, shma’, to hear
    samamu, shmayya, shmayo, heaven, sky
    shamu, shmaya, shmayo, heaven
    shanati (female), sheeni (male), shne, years
    mashtitu, shtaita, shtoyo, a drink
    shatu, sheeta, shtoyo, year
    sagu, syaga, sloqo, climb, to go high
    salu, saluee, slutho, to pray
    sibutu, saibuta, sobutho, old age
    talmidu, talmidda, talmidho, student, apprentice
    tinuru, tanura, tanoro, oven
    turu, tora, taoro, bull
    targmanu, targemana, targmono, translator
    tahumu, tekhuma, thumo, boundry
    tishu, tishaa, tisho, nine
    shamanu, tmanya, tmanyo, eight
    tabu, tava, tobo, good, pleasant
    shinesar, teryesar, tra’sar, twelve
    tabtu, tobta, tubtho, goodness, kindness
    urhu, urkha, urho, road, way
    illidu, yalidda, yaludo, child
    tamtu, yamta, yamo, sea
    arkhu, yarkha, yarho, month
    idu, yeda, yod’o, to know
    saharu, sura, z’uro, small
    zuzu, zuza, zuze, money
    abalu, labuli, NONE, to carry, to take
    abatu, evada, NONE, to do
    abu-kku-nu, babokhun or abokun, NONE, your father (plural)
    bararu, barra, NONE, glimer, to shine
    battibatti, batvatti, NONE, neighbourhood, households
    bibbu, bibva, NONE, drainage
    birinni, billan, NONE, between us
    birgu, birqa, NONE, lightning
    buhur, buhra (h =kh), NONE, first born
    daianu, daiana, NONE, judge
    dannu, dannana, NONE, strong, mighty
    daqqu, daqiqa, NONE, tiny
    darasu, doosh, NONE, push away
    dimtu, dimeta, NONE, tear
    dinu, dyana, NONE, to judge
    ebbubu, abbueba or shabeba, NONE, flute
    elulu, ellul, NONE, to be high
    gamru, gmira, NONE, complete
    gappu, gulpa, NONE, wing
    garru, garra or gyarra, NONE, to dig out
    gattu, gatta, NONE, hand, handle
    gushu, gishya, NONE, cold
    hadutu, khaduta, NONE, joy
    haddu, khdda, NONE, to rejoice
    haru, gyara, NONE, to dig out
    harurtu, harhirta, NONE, throat, laryrnx
    hassinu, hassina, NONE, ax
    hashalu, hshalla, NONE, crush
    hugu, hoga, NONE, ladder's rung
    iggu=ditch, gyara, NONE, to dig
    ilippu, elppa, NONE, ship
    ilutu, elayoota, NONE, highness, divinity
    imaru, khmara, NONE, donley
    insabtu, esagta, NONE, ring
    inu, ina, NONE, eye
    kabadu, kavda, NONE, liver
    kakkishu, kaksha, NONE, rat
    kakku, kacha, NONE, weapon
    kalbannatu, kalbanita, NONE, axe
    kalu, kla, NONE, to stand, to hold back
    kalmatu (feminine), galma (male), NONE, louse, a wingless parasitic insect
    kapapu, kyapa, NONE, to bend, to bow
    karabu, grava (communion), NONE, to bless
    kasaru, asarra, NONE, to bind, tie
    kashtu, keshta, NONE, bow
    kaspu, kispa, NONE, silver
    khabu, khabbib, NONE, to love
    khallu, khalla, NONE, vinegar
    khammatu, khammta, NONE, female
    khashlu, khshala, NONE, to crush
    khasinu, khasina, NONE, ax
    khattanu, khitna, NONE, son-in-law
    khuturu, khutra, NONE, scepter
    kiddatu, khaduta, NONE, joy, happines
    kima, kimad, NONE, according to, as much as
    kinnutu, kinnuta, NONE, justice
    kinnu, kinna, NONE, nest
    kistu, kaissa, NONE, wood
    kudurru, kuduri - khadervanee, NONE, boundry
    kurru, kurra, NONE, furnace
    kussitu, kusitta, NONE, hat, garment hood
    lagattu, lgatta, NONE, to pick, pluck
    lumu, loma, NONE, bad luck, ill faith
    maglutu, magluta, NONE, broiled
    makharu, makhara, NONE, architect, surveyor
    makhasu, mkhaya, NONE, to smite
    mamitu, momita, NONE, oath
    mannu, maney, NONE, who
    marsu, mirya, NONE, sick
    marsutu, mrayta, NONE, sickness
    mashu, manshuyee, NONE, to forget
    mashu, machuhi, NONE, to find
    massu'u, msaya, NONE, to clean to wipe
    mattati, matvati, NONE, lands, villages
    meshu, meshaya, NONE, to clean - to wahsh
    messu, msayya, NONE, to wash cloths
    milku, milka, NONE, counsel
    mishikhtu, mshukhta, NONE, measurement
    murru, mora, NONE, myrah
    mutanu, mota, NONE, death
    mutu, mota, NONE, death
    nabu, nabuyee, NONE, to speak (in prophecy) to utter
    nakhu, nakha, NONE, to rest
    namaru, nora, NONE, mirror
    napishtu, napsha, NONE, life, breath of life
    naptu, nupta, NONE, naptha
    nassaru, nattar, NONE, to guard
    nihtu (f), nyehta, NONE, peaceful, at rest
    nihu (m), nikha, NONE, restful, peaceful
    nirru, nirra, NONE, yoke
    nuarmu, armunta, NONE, pomegranate
    pakadu, pgada, NONE, to appoint, to command
    paraku, prakha, NONE, to fly
    pashahu, pshakha, NONE, to be at rest
    parzillu, prizla, NONE, iron
    patu, ptakha, NONE, to open
    pillakku, pillga, NONE, spindle
    pitu, ptakha, NONE, to open
    pu, puma, NONE, mouth
    qalati, galiatee, NONE, alkali
    qarabu, qravtana, NONE, war, soldier, enemy
    qarnu, qarna, NONE, horn
    qastu, qishta, NONE, bow
    qatu, qatta, NONE, hand (handle)
    qemku, qemha, NONE, flour
    qeribu, qerbune, NONE, to draw near
    raatu, rehtta, NONE, water course
    rabshag, rubshaga, NONE, cup-bearer or chief butler
    rakabu, rekaba, NONE, to ride
    re' utu, ra' uta, NONE, shephership
    rimmu, rimma, NONE, wild bull, buffalo
    ruaqu, ragga, NONE, to be distant, to escape
    rubbo, rub, NONE, chief, leader
    ruku, rikgga, NONE, distant, far
    rukhtu, rvikta, NONE, extensive
    rupsu, rupsha, rupshta, NONE, shoulder, shovel
    sabiru (male), shibirta (fem), NONE, bracelet
    sadaru, sedra, NONE, list, to order
    sananu, sanyana, NONE, rival, hater
    sanu, tanee, NONE, to repeat, tell
    sarahu, srakha, NONE, to utter cries of mourning, uncontroled anger
    sarapu, srapa, NONE, to burn, refined silver
    seheru, sura, NONE, small, to be young
    shaggalu, tgalla, NONE, to weigh
    shalamu, shlama, NONE, peace, greeting
    shalmish, b' shlama, NONE, peacefully
    shaluhu, shalukee, NONE, to strip off
    shamatu, shameta, NONE, birth mark, brand
    shapahu, shpaha, NONE, spread, scatter, spill
    shatu, shta, NONE, to drink
    shebu, shavva, NONE, seven
    shuptu, shopa, NONE, place, dwelling, seat
    shulmu, shlama, NONE, peace
    shutapu, shotappa, NONE, partner, partaker
    siamu, syamma, NONE, insegnia, writing
    simmiltu, simmalta, NONE, ladder
    sippu, sippa, NONE, edge, treshold
    sipru, sipra, NONE, writing
    sulamu, shulama, NONE, completion
    sumu, shimma, NONE, name
    surru, sharee, NONE, to begin
    tabaku, tpakha, NONE, to pour out, shed
    tamaru, tamer, NONE, bury
    tamati, yamti, NONE, seas
    tamitu, mamita, NONE, oath
    tamu, mami, NONE, to swear
    taniku, tannukee, NONE, to sigh
    tapahu, tpakha, NONE, to pour out
    taradu, trrada, NONE, to send, expel
    targmon, targmanna, NONE, dargoman
    taru, dyara, NONE, return
    tayartu, dyarta, NONE, to return
    tegal, tgalla, NONE, to weigh
    temuru, tamuree, NONE, to bury
    tesliti, sluti, NONE, my prayer
    teslitu, sluta, NONE, prayer
    tibnu, tuyna, NONE, straw
    tillu, tilla, NONE, hill, mound
    ummanu, ummana, NONE, artist
    ummu, yema, NONE, mother
    umu, uma, NONE, day
    umushu, umait, NONE, daily
    uru, ura, NONE, stall
    wabalu, labuli, NONE, to take, to carry away
    zakhiru (male), zkhura, NONE, small
    zakhirtu (female), zkhurata, NONE, small
    zamaru, zmara, NONE, to sing
    zammeru, zammara, NONE, singer (male)
    zammertu, zammarta, NONE, singer (female)
    zeru, zerra, NONE, seed
    zeru, zarra, NONE, descendant
    zekhru, dekhra, NONE, male
    zingnu, digna, NONE, beard
    zuprinu, zapraana, NONE, safran
    Akkadian Words in Modern Assyrian
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    And by "Western Assyrian" and "Eastern Assyrian" you mean various Aramaic tongues?

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    He means the two dialects in Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Sureth/Madinhoyo and Surayt/Turoyo.

    I read the list and even though I haven't learned our language fully I recognised several words which also has a version in Western Assyrian but were listed as "None". Though I could be wrong.

    Some fast examples:

    tesliti, sluti, NONE, my prayer

    umu, uma, NONE, day
    teslitu, sluta, NONE, prayer
    tapahu, tpakha, NONE, to pour out
    ummu, yema, NONE, mother
    [zamaru, zmara, NONE, to sing
    sumu, shimma, NONE, name
    shalamu, shlama, NONE, peace, greeting
    lol!

    shatu, shta, NONE, to drink

    There are alot more, I'm sure Sargon999 would be much better recognising them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azvarohi View Post
    And by "Western Assyrian" and "Eastern Assyrian" you mean various Aramaic tongues?
    Syriac (Assyrian) in itself is an Eastern Aramaic dialect and it's divided into two different major dialects, Eastern and Western, most Eastern speakers come from Iraq, Iran, Syria, and a super tiny community in Turkey, although back a hundred years ago there was a very large population in Turkey which after the first world war, mostly migrated down to Iraq with other minorities migrating to Iran, Russia/Ukraine, Syria and even as far as Lebanon, as far as the Western Assyrians go, they live in Turkey, Syria, and some also migrated to Lebanon after the first world war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azvarohi View Post
    And by "Western Assyrian" and "Eastern Assyrian" you mean various Aramaic tongues?
    Dialects, yeah.

    Elias and Sargon = Western Assyrian
    Birko and Humanist = Eastern Assyrian

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    ^Okay, I was wondering since I didn't know if the site meant Aramaic or something else, and "Assyrian language" redirects to Akkadian on Wikipedia.

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