Aramaic expression rooted in the hopes and expectations expressed in the high priest's blessing (Num. 6: 24–6) and comparable to ‘May your kingdom come’ (Matt. 6: 10) and used by Paul (1 Cor. 16: 22), meaning ‘Come, our Lord’; a prayer again used in Rev. 22: 20. It is an interesting link between Greek‐speaking Christians and the mother Aramaic‐speaking Church in Jerusalem. It is used in the Didache (10: 6), where it probably means ‘our Lord has come’.