The corresponding setting in the Syriac is the pael inactive participle, whoever means was mCaCCaC

The corresponding setting in the Syriac is the pael inactive participle, whoever means was mCaCCaC (12) In some NENA dialects the fresh preterite off Class II verbs provides good vocalism (m)CoCiC- otherwise (m)CuCiC- without any forerunner in the last dialects. Noldeke (1868, 213) advised that the modern means was pertaining to the latest Hebrew pual. […]