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Metanoia means afterthought, from meta meaning "after" or "beyond" and nous meaning "mind". In Classical Greek metanoia meant changing one's mind about someone or something.What is the Aramaic for the Greek "metanoia"?
Nacham: Aramaic root meaning "submit, submission of the lower and personal to the higher and spiritual." New Testament Greek metanoia reflected gentile Christian conversion ethic, meaning "change your mind," and lost the true meaning of nacham or submission (Islam) to the Way of God. Emunah: Aramaic "keep faith with, be faithful to."