ܛܠܝܣܦܪ ṭlyspr an Indian herb
From an antecedent of NP ṭālīsfar the bark of an Indian olive which, when applied to the mouth, is a cure for certain diseases (Steingass 807), ultimately from OInd. tālīśapattra- the leaf of Flacourtia cataphracta, used in medicine (Monier-Williams 1899, 445) ● Med 306, 23; BB 809, 8 ◆ LS 277b; Lagarde GA 50, 132; cf. Löw n. 139; Duval index pers. 223; PS Suppl. 145 translates "bark of a tree of Malabar"