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Introduction to the New Testament Johann Leonhard Hug, Introduction to the New Testament (Andover, Gould and Newman, 1836)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/UC4XCDU4
Kurze Uebersicht seiner biblischkritischen Reise nach Rom Jacob Georg Christian Adler, Kurze Uebersicht seiner biblischkritischen Reise nach Rom (Altona: J.D.A. Eckhardt, 1783)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/N6J9N2WK
Les versions arabes des Evangiles Samir Arbache, "Les versions arabes des Evangiles."Mélanges de Science Religieuse vol. 3 (1999)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/FSXX8DKT
The Arabic Bible in Spain Henry Snyder Gehman, "The Arabic Bible in Spain."Speculum vol. 1 (1926)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/IWH8VK4E
The Beginnings of Judaeo-Arabic Bible Exegesis According to an Old Glossary to the Book of Psalms || ניצני פרשנות המקרא בערבית היהודית על סמך גלוסר קדום לספר תהליםJoshua Blau, Simon Hopkins and יהושע בלאו,, "The Beginnings of Judaeo-Arabic Bible Exegesis According to an Old Glossary to the Book of Psalms || ניצני פרשנות המקרא בערבית היהודית על סמך גלוסר קדום לספר תהלים." (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi Institute, 2007)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/CEF386BD
The Latin-Arabic glossary of the Leiden University Library. A Contribution to the Study of Mozarabic manuscripts and Literature Pieter Sj. van Koningsveld, The Latin-Arabic glossary of the Leiden University Library. A Contribution to the Study of Mozarabic manuscripts and Literature (Leiden: c.v. elve, 1977)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/M4BKE6TE
תרגומי מקרא קדומים לערבית־היהודית || Ancient Bible Translations to Judaeo-Arabic Joshua Blau and Simon Hopkins, "תרגומי מקרא קדומים לערבית־היהודית || Ancient Bible Translations to Judaeo-Arabic."פעמים: רבעון לחקר קהילות ישראל במזרח || Pe'amim: Studies in Oriental Jewry vol. 83 (2000 || תש"ס)URI: https://biblia-arabica.com/bibl/4AS9IMJK
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    G?wargis  
    returns results which contain either "Gewargis" or "Giwargis".

    Similarly a search for:

    M?r  
    returns results which contain either "Mar" or "Mor".

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    Thus a search for:

    Dayr*  
    returns results for "Dayr" and "Dayro" and more.

    Similarly a search for

    Ab*  
    returns results for "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "ʿAbda" and more.

    Note: Because the sources we quote use a variety of transliteration formats, Syriaca.org ignores diacritics and punctuation in searching; for example, use of "ʿ" is not required to find results with this diacritical mark.

    Fuzzy Search Character

    Appending the character "~" after a word returns results for words that are close but not exact matches.

    Thus a search for

    Aba~  
    returns results which contain "Aba" but also "Abi", "Saba", "Aha", and other words that are "fuzzy" matches for "Aba".

    Exact Phrase Searches

    To find an exact phrase, it should be enclosed in double quotes.

    Thus

    "ʿAbdishoʿ I"  
    returns only one result with that exact phrase, while several results are found for the words "ʿAbdishoʿ" and "I".

    Proximity Characters

    To find two or more words which occur within a specified range of each other, one can append the character "~" followed by a number to an "Exact Phrase" search. This allows one to search for two or more words that occur within a specified distance of each other as defined by number of words.

    Thus

    "Jacob+Bishop"~2  
    finds three results in which the words "Jacob" and "Bishop" occur within two words of each other: "Jacob , bishop of Nisibin", "Jacob, bishop of Phesilta", and "Jacob , bishop of ‛Ānah" while a simple search for "Jacob Bishop" returns many more results.