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The meaning for "ˀarnā," in the Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon ("CAL"), as it pertains to Syriac specifically, is the following: "mountain-goat." To read more of the entry, please follow this link to the relevant page on the site of the CAL.
AKKADIAN(incl. ASSYRIAN Royal Inscriptions)
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Previously compared, but the Akkadian word below, is referred to in the entry for "armu."
'iala [= jala ]
English : 1) a boy, a male child from birth to puberty, a lad in preparatory years of life, a male child
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SUMERIAN ayalum [STAG] (3x: Old Babylonian) wr. aya-lum "stag, deer" lulim [STAG] (182x: Old Akkadian, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old Babylonian, 1st millennium) wr. lulim; lu-lim "stag"
English : youth, the part of life that succeeds to childhood / teenage / adolescence, a young person (especially man) / a youth, a teenager
[Animals → Domestic]
English : a calf, the male young of the cow or of the bovine family, Maclean : a three-year-old bull
English : a ewe, a female sheep four years old or over
[Science → Natural sciences]
English : female (human or animal), a girl / woman, the female sex
SUMERIAN unu [GIRL] (2x: Old Babylonian) wr. unu2 "girl, young woman"
u [EWE] (4255x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Old Babylonian, 1st millennium, unknown) wr. u8; u8munus; u10 "sheep, ewe"
ganam [EWE] (1x: Old Babylonian) wr. ganam4; ganam5 "ewe"
This appears to be at least in part from Greek. It may in fact be entirely from Greek.
One meaning for "lawlārā," in the Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon ("CAL"), as it pertains to Syriac specifically, is the following: "harness-maker." To read more of the entry, please follow this link to the relevant page on the site of the CAL.
ANCIENT GREEK (Wiktionary.com)
λύω (luō) future: λύσω aorist: ἔλυσα perfect: λέλυκα perfect m/p: λέλυμαι aorist passive: ἐλύθην
to loose, to loosen, to untie
to set free, to release
to dissolve, to sever
to break (up), to destroy
to abrogate, to annul
to atone, to amend
to profit, to be useful
SUMERIAN larah [HOE] wr. la-ra-ah "hoe; harness"
lu [PERSON] (12429x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Ebla, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old Babylonian, uncertain, unknown) wr. lu2; mu-lu; mu-lu2; lu10; lu6 "who(m), which; man; (s)he who, that which; of; ruler; person"
Perhaps I did not give the Sumerian possibility enough of a chance.