Thank you dear, we share quite a number of words besides those, my cousin was shocked when he read the Aramaic Lord's prayer , he told me, its amazing how much similar the Gi'iz is to the Aramaic and Syriac. the first words of the prayer for instance ' Abuna zaba samayat yitqadas simeke'.
as to your question, in the Gi'iz / Amharic, we call them neither Syrian nor Syriac.
They are referred as Sorawieen their language is called surist , but among them were those who came from Constantinople , Caesarea, who spoke Greek,/ tsir/ and Hebrew/ hebrayist/.
peace to you