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- noun The Semitic language of ancient Ebla.
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extinct Semitic languagespoken in the 3rd millennium BCE in the ancient city of Ebla, in modern Syria. It was written in cuneiformscript and is considered to be the oldest written Semitic language.
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Eblaite was a west Semitic language, possibly an early version of Canaanite.