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Chaldean

1580s as a noun; 1732 as an adjective, in reference to Chaldea, the rich plain of southern Babylon, or the people who lived there, with + -an + Latin Chaldaeus, from Greek Khaldaios, from Aramaic (Semitic) Kaldaie, from Akkadian (mat)Kaldu "the Chaldeans."

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Definitions of Chaldean from WordNet
1
Chaldean (n.)
a wise man skilled in occult learning;
Synonyms: Chaldaean / Chaldee
Chaldean (n.)
an inhabitant of ancient Chaldea;
Synonyms: Chaldaean / Chaldee
2
Chaldean (adj.)
of or relating to ancient Chaldea or its people or language or culture;
Synonyms: Chaldaean / Chaldee
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