Syriac: A disputation that took place between ...

HotIcyDonut

Senior Member
Russian - Russia
Hi. There is a certain book in Syriac named "The Disputation that took place between one of the Arabs and a certain monk from the monastery of Bēt Ḥālē"

Its original title transliterated as "Drāshā da-hwā l-ḥad men Ṭayyāyē ʿam iḥidāyā ḥad b- ʿumrā d-Bēt Ḥālē"

How is it written natively in its original language in Syriac alphabet? De-transliterate it back, please. Thanks in advance.
 
  • rayloom

    Senior Member
    Arabic (Hijazi Arabic)
    ܕܪܫܐ ܕܗܘܐ ܠܚܪ ܡܢ ܛܝܝܐ ܥܡ ܝܚܝܕܝܐ ܚܪ ܒܥܡܪܐ ܕܒܝܬ ܚܠܐ

    Couldn't find the title in Syriac so I transliterated it back.
    Not sure though about the Syraic spelling of Ḥālē. ܛܝܝܐ Ṭayyāyē occurs in several lexica meaning an Arab man from the tribe of Tayy.
    The other words occur in the Peshitta.
     
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