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Punic in English
language of ancient Carthage (form of Phoenician) pertaining to the inhabitants of the ancient city of Carthage

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Punic in Greek
καρχηδονιακός

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Punic in Chinese (s)
迦太基语 迦太基的; 不忠的

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Punic in Chinese (t)
迦太基語 迦太基的; 不忠的

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Punic in Arabic
قرطاجي

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Punic in Spanish
Púnico (relativo a los cartagineses; idioma) púnico

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Punic in Russian
пунический, карфагенский

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Punic in Dutch
Punisch (Cartegische taal vroeger) Punisch (betr. de bewoners van Carthago uit de oudheid)

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Punic in Portuguese
idioma falado na antiga Cartago Púnico, cartaginês (referente a habitante da antiga Cartago)

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Punic in Turkish
kartacalılara ait

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Punic in Italian
punico punico (guerra; abitante dell'antica Cartagine)

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Punic in French
punique, ancienne langue parlée à Carthage (forme du Phénicien) punique, relatif aux colonies de Catharge

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Punic in German
Punisch (antike Karthagosprache) punisch, sich auf die Einwohner der Stadt Karthagos beziehend

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Punic in Japanese
古代カルタゴ語(フェニキア語の別称) カルタゴの; 信義のない

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Punic in Hebrew
פונית (לשון קרתגו הקדומה) פוני (של תושבי קרתגו הקדומה)

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Punic in Korean
고대 카르타고 어 (고대) 카르타고의; 카르타고인의

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Punic in Swedish
språk som talades i det antika Kartago punisk, angående Kartago

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Punic in English
punic
\pu"nic\ (?), a. [l. punicus pertaining to carthage, or its inhabitants, fr. poeni the carthaginians.]
1. of or pertaining to the ancient carthaginians.
2. characteristic of the ancient carthaginians; faithless; treacherous; as, punic faith. yes, yes, his faith attesting nations own; 't is punic all, and to a proverb known. -- h. brooke.
punic
adj
1. of or relating to or characteristic of ancient carthage or its people or their language; "the punic wars"; "carthaginian peace" [syn: carthaginian, punic]


2. tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the carthaginians by the romans; "punic faith"; "the perfidious judas"; "the fiercest and most treacherous of foes"; "treacherous intrigues" [syn: perfidious, treacherous]
n : the phoenician dialect of ancient carthage [syn: punic]





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The Punics (from Latin punicus, pl. punici) were a group of western Semitic-speaking peoples from Carthage in North Africa who traced their origins to a group of Phoenician settlers, but also to North African Berbers. Unlike other Phoenicians, Punics had a landowning aristocracy who established a rule of the hinterland in Northern Africa and trans-Sahara traderoutes. In later times one of these clans conquered a Hellenistic-inspired empire in Iberia, possibly having a foothold in western Gaul. Like other Phoenician people their urbanized culture and economy was strongly linked to the sea. Overseas they established control over some coastal regions of Berber North Africa like modern-day Tunisia and Tripolitania (modern-day Libya), Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily, the Balearics, Malta, other small islands of the western Mediterranean and possibly along the Atlantic coast of Iberia, although this is disputed. In the Baleares, Sardinia, Corsica and Sicily they had strong economic and political ties to the independent natives in the hinterland. Their naval presence and trade extended throughout the Mediterranean to the British Isles, the Canaries, and West Africa. Famous technical achievements of the Punic people of Carthage include the development of uncolored glass and the use of lacustrine limestone to improve the purity of molten iron.

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Noun
1. the Phoenician dialect of ancient Carthage
(hypernym) Phoenician
Adjective
1. of or relating to or characteristic of ancient Carthage or its people or their language; "the Punic Wars"; "Carthaginian peace"
(synonym) Carthaginian
Adjective
1. tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the Carthaginians by the Romans; "Punic faith"; "the perfidious Judas"; "the fiercest and most treacherous of foes"; "treacherous intrigues"
(synonym) perfidious, treacherous
(similar) unfaithful


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(a.)
Of or pertaining to the ancient Carthaginians.
   (a.)
Characteristic of the ancient Carthaginians; faithless; treacherous; as, Punic faith.
  

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Punic in Arabic
قرطاجى خائن ، غدار

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الصفة

قرطاجي


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Punic in Russian
(n) древнекарфагенский язык (a) вероломный; карфагенский; коварный; предательский; пунический

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пунический

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a. ист. пунический; карфагенский - Punic faith

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Punic in Thai
เกี่ยวกับกรุงคาร์เธจ

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Punic in Romanian
punic , cartaginez

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punic , cartaginez

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Punic in Catalan
s i adj punic

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Punic in French
Punic ['pju:nNk] adj Hist punique.

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Punic in Bulgarian
['pju:nik] 1. а ист. пунически, картагенски; Ї ~ faith вероломс

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['pju:nik] 1. а ист. пунически, картагенски; Ї ~ faith вероломство; 2. п картагенски език.

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Punic in Croatian
Koji se odnosi na Kartagu

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Punic in Persian
كارتاژي‌، اهل‌ كارتاژ قديم‌، قرطاجني‌، خائن‌

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کارتاژى ،اهل کارتاژ قديم ،قرطاجنى ،خائن
 کلمات مرتبط(3)  کلمات مرتبط(punic):



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punic f. 
punic faith 
 punic wars 



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كارتاژي‌ ، اهل‌ كارتاژ قديم‌ ، قرط‌اجني‌ ، خائن‌ خيانت‌،غدر،بي‌وفايي‌ جنگهاي‌ سه‌گانه‌ رم‌ با قرط‌اجني‌ها

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ِژ‘، ٹ ü÷›‘¯¤ى ٹ ô‏¢ى ¦‘—¤‘î ٌûگ ٹ ‎¦‘—¤‘î ü‏‘êّü“ٹ¤¢èٹ–÷‘‏، ‘ûü÷›‘¯¤ى ‘“ ô¤ ù÷‘ًù¨ ‎‘ًْ÷›

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Punic in Hebrew
(ש"ת) פוני, של קרתגו, של קרתגה, קרתגי.
(ש"ע) השפה הפונית.

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Punic in Urdu
adj.
کارتھيجي يا قرطاجي


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