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1A member of various ancient peoples in a wide area to the north of southern Mesopotamia in the 3rd to the 1st millennia b.c., sometimes identified with the Hurrians or the Assyrians.
2A language of these peoples, attested in cuneiform and sometimes identified with Hurrian.
Of or relating to the Subarians or their language.
1920s. From subar- (in Akkadian Subarū, Subartu, Subartum, also Šubari'um, Šubarū, Šubartu) + -ian; compare Sumerian Subir, Subur. In some forms perhaps after German Subaräer, noun; compare -ean.
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