Eastern Syriac :ܩܲܪܡܘܼܛܹܐ
Western Syriac :ܩܰܪܡܽܘܛܶܐ
Root :ܩܪܡܛ
Eastern phonetic :qar ' mu ti:
Category :verb
[Human → Disease]
English :1) Oraham : to have colic / gripes , to have a pain in the abdomen due to spasm or obstruction of the bowels / enteritis (?) ; 2) intransitive ; skin, face, lips ... ; see also ܟܵܡܹܫ / ܩܵܡܹܛ / ܩܵܦܹܕ / ܓܵܡܹܙ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ : to pucker , to become wrinkled / to shrivel up / to curl up / to shrink , to become constricted , fabric, paper, surface of water / sea ... : to ruffle / to become ruffled , to stand on end hair, feathers ... (?) ; 3) transitive ; see also ܟܲܡܸܫ / ܩܲܡܸܛ / ܩܲܦܸܕ / ܓܲܡܸܙ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ : to pucker , to contract into folds or wrinkles , to rumple , to crumple , to ruffle shirt ... , to crinkle ; 4) transitive ; see also ܩܵܡܹܛ / ܟܲܡܸܫ / ܥܲܩܸܣ / ܩܲܦܸܕ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ ; paper, skin, surface of water ... : to ruffle , to crumple , to rumple , to crease , to wrinkle ;
French :1) Oraham : avoir la colique , avoir mal au ventre (à cause d'un spasme ou d'une obstruction des viscères) , avoir la colite (?) / une -gastro- entérite (?) ; 2) intransitif ; peau, visage, lèvres .. ; voir aussi ܟܵܡܹܫ / ܩܵܡܹܛ / ܩܵܦܹܕ / ܓܵܡܹܙ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ : se plisser , se froncer sourcils ... , se contracter / se ratatiner , se pincer lèvres , grimacer / faire la grimace , se rider , tissu, papier, surface de l'eau ... : se froisser , se chiffonner , se rider / s'agiter , se hérisser / se dresser cheveux, plumes (?) ... ; 3) transitif ; voir aussi ܟܲܡܸܫ / ܩܲܡܸܛ / ܩܲܦܸܕ / ܓܲܡܸܙ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ : froisser , chiffonner , friper , plisser , rider , froncer , retrousser manche de chemise... ; 4) transitif ; voir aussi ܩܵܡܹܛ / ܟܲܡܸܫ / ܥܲܩܸܣ / ܩܲܦܸܕ / ܩܲܪܡܸܛ ; papier, peau, surface de l'eau ... : froisser , chiffonner , rider ;
Dialect :Eastern Syriac

Cf. ܩܪܡܛ, ܩܲܪܡܲܛܬܵܐ, ܩܲܪܡܸܛ, ܩܲܪܡܸܟܵ, ܩܲܪܡܘܼܟ̰ܹܐ

See also : ܨܲܢܓ̰ܘܼ, ܩܘܿܠܘܿܢܓ̰, ܩܘܿܠܘܿܢܵܝܵܐ, ܡܲܪܥܵܐ ܕܠܸܒܵܐ, ܟܵܡܹܫ, ܩܵܡܹܛ, ܩܡܵܛܵܐ, ܩܵܦܹܕ, ܩܦܵܕܵܐ, ܓܵܡܹܙ, ܓܡܵܙܵܐ, ܩܲܪܡܸܟܵ, ܩܲܪܡܘܼܟ̰ܹܐ, ܟܵܡܹܫ, ܟܡܵܫܵܐ, ܟܲܡܸܫ, ܩܲܦܸܕ, ܩܲܦܘܼܕܹܐ, ܓܲܡܸܙ, ܓܲܡܘܼܙܹܐ, ܟܲܡܸܫ, ܟܲܡܘܼܫܹܐ, ܩܲܡܘܼܛܹܐ, ܩܲܡܸܛ

Source : Oraham, Bailis Shamun