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tryn, trynˀ (teryān, teryānā) n.m. juice

  1 juice prepared by steeping dried fruit Syr.

   LS2: 1667[834]. J. Payne-Smith: 620.


tryn (trayyān) adj. second

  1 second CPA, Syr. --(a) (gram.) secondary Syr. --(b) substitute Syr.
  2 pl. construct in compounds: characterized by duality (cf. also s.vv. trynw, tryny) Syr. --(a) ܬܪܝܢܬ ܐܬܘ̈ܬܐ‏ : (gram.) of two radicals Syr. --(b) ܬܪ̈ܲܝܵܢܲܝ ܠܸܫܵܢܵܐ‏ : bilingual Syr. --(c) ܬܪ̈ܲܝܵܢܲܝ ܢܲܦܫܵܐ‏ : dissimulators Syr. --(d) ܬܪ̈ܲܝܵܢܲܝ ܪܸ̈ܓܠܸܐ‏ : two-footed Syr. --(e) ܬܪ̈ܲܝܵܢܵܬ ܟܝܵܢܵܐ‏ : of two natures (diophysite) Syr. --(f) ܬܪܝܢܝ ܙܘ̈ܙܐ‏ : didrachmas Syr.

   See also s.v. tnyn.

   LS2: 1666[835]. J. Payne-Smith: 620.


tryn (trēn, (f.) tartēn) num. two

  1 two Com. --(a) ܕܬܪܝܢ‏ (m.), ܕܬܪܬܝܢ‏ (f.) : second Syr. --(b) elliptical for תרי בשבא : Monday JBA.

   LS2: 1666[834]. DJPA: 591b. DJBA: 1233a. Jastrow: 1698. Levy Ch-W: 2:559. Drower/Macuch: 490a. J. Payne-Smith: 620a. Tal Sam: 964. DNWSI: 1231.


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