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The Elamite civilization continues to overshadow the Ahwazi dialect “3”


The Arab Al-Ahwaz website continues to display the series of terms taken from the Elamite civilization, in order to try to counter the criminal mechanization of the Persians against the occupied Arab people and their ancient civilization.

The Ahwazi writer Hamid Al Kinani collected many of the terms used in the Ahwazi dialect now and presented them through the Karun cultural site. The Arab Al-Ahwaz website uses this material and presents the Ahwazi terms in several consecutive episodes.
The word Hutu ; It is an Elamite word that used to be used for Elamite families such as Htu family. There are many people in the name of Hutu, such as Htu from the Issa tribe in the city of Tuster and the word Amori, Amuri: a name given to Elamite families such as Amori family.

Where the word Hto came; ; A single Elamite, and it was called Elamite families such as Beit Hatto. There are many people in the name of Hatto, like Hatto, from the Al-Issa tribe, in Tester. And the word Amorite, Amorite: An Elamite name given to Elamite families such as the Amorite house.

Shiloh also came: an Akkadian Elamite term, meaning the deserted land that was not cultivated, and today they say the land of so-and-so, Shiloh, which means devoid of cultivation, and Shawi: the shepherd, which is a Sumerian Elamite term, and it was used to refer to the shepherd of sheep, and to this day it is used in Menaw and many countries, even Syria and the Shamat, and Mashul: The name of a hill in Al-Minaw is one of the dependencies of Testro, which is a single Elamite Akkadian term. In this hill, Elamite monuments were found, and one of the oldest Elam countries, dating back to 4000 BC.

And the word Shazi: an Elamite term meaning monkey, and it is one of the oldest Elamite vocabulary and it is circulated by the Arabs of Al-Ahwaz. Awsha: A female name, and it was the name of the mother of the Prophet of God, Ibrahim (pbuh). Wakar, Karub: an Elamite Akkadian term meaning the worker on the land and the farmer.

And the term Ajr: an Elamite Akkadian term, meaning a tabouk made of clay with writings on it…and the Ajr that does not have writings on it is called the tabouk, and Dabat: a Sumerian Elamite term, and it used to refer to the person who melts copper and makes copper utensils from it. The tribes are a dwelling place in Sous, and molasses: an Elamite Akkadian term meaning honey, and today it is used for sweet dates. Al-Daylam is one of the oldest tribes in Al-Ahwaz, and they are from the Elamite tribes.

The term Tanakh came: an Elamite term, meaning salwar, and it is one of the oldest Elamite terms, and today it uses the same meaning and usage. Armen: An Akkadian Elamite term, with the meaning of as if, and Al-Ahwazi says, “Armenik, this is what you did.” I mean, as if you meant this, you do, and the name of an Elamite town in the Zagros Mountains in present-day Lorestan. Thus, the name of an Elamite ruler during the era of Ramsin of Akkad. Al-Ahwazi says, “I made it Kolbeh,” meaning I made it Gogha, and the name of the town of Urk. It is said that Gilgamesh was the ruler of Kolbeh. It is the crowded town. Duff: an Akkadian word for Elamite, and it is a kind of musical instrument and is made of wood and chaat leather.



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