The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shemitic \Shem*it"ic\, Shemitish \Shem"i*tish\, a. Of or pertaining to Shem, the son of Noah, or his descendants. See Semitic.
Usage examples of "shemitish".
The mercenaries of Constantius are men from the Shemitish cities of the west, Pelishtim, Anakim, Akkharim, and are ardently hated by the Zuagirs and other wandering tribes.
Circumstances - violent as usual -made him a pirate along the coasts of Kush, with a crew of black corsairs and the Shemitish she-pirate Belit as his partner.