Man and woman in Aramaic

The word for 'woman' in Aramaic is attha while the word for 'man' is gabraa.Here is how it is written in the Syriac Estrangelo script.

attha
gabraa 

And a couple of examples with the words attha and gabraa.

Bayat d gabra.
the house of the man

Attha tamani.
The woman is there.
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