TA - Study Quran



TA - Study Quran
[Boox I.
not benefit, or he did not benefit me, writh what
might be taken between the nail of his thumb and
that of his forefinger, nor did he woith what might
be taken by the inside of the nail of the thumbfrom
the extremity of thefore tooth; i. e., with a thing
inconceivably small; or with anything; being] a
phrase meaning one's answering (T, M, 0, 1])
a person who has asked for a thing (T, 0, 1) by
putting his thumb-nail upon the nail of his fore
finger, (T, M, O, I[,) and by taking away the
inner side of the nail [of the thumb] from the
extremity of the fore tooth, (T, O,) and saying
"Not [even] this [will I give thee]," (T, O, l],)
or "Not [even] the like of this." (M.)
see the next paragraph, in two places.
.;J The whitenes that is upon the nails of
young persons; (S, M, O, K;) as also ?J,;
M, ;) thie latter mentioned by Fr, but not
known by IA*r; (T;) or the former is the more
common: (]K:) n.un. witht;; (M, 1;) meaning a portion thereof. (M.) - And The integument [or pellicle] that is upon [(hat is termed
the core of the heart, and the stone of the date,
(u1,.G .4;.L iZ
e beeath
the fh [or
pulpy uibstance] of the date: (M, i :) or the
white grain [i. e. the embryo, which resembles a
wvhite grain,] in the interior of the date-stone,
from which the palmn.tree grows forth [or germinates]: and it is said that t '
signifies the
integustment [orpellicle] that is upon the date-stone:
(;, O :) [i. e.] the thin integument that is upon the
datestone; also called theje.. (T.)_[Hence,
or from one of the significations mentioned above,]
oe t sy, -j
one says, U,h U. &s
L i. e. [lie (a man, ;,
O) did not avail me] aught. (~, O, ]J.) And
U', jb~ %v[]Ie tated not] aught. (T, I.) And Jj. signifies also Any inteyument; (M, ;)
and so *
. (g.) - And The bladder of an
animal of the bovine kind; as also t.J:
(I :)
mentioned by $gh in the T$. (TA.) _ Also A
sort of the [garments called] J$je qf El-Ymen:
(M, g:) thin, carieJated, or fired, garments
of El-Yenen: (IA;r, T:) and one says also ;t
' E.,
and j
, which is formed by suhstitu-
tion, and mentioned by Ya4oob, and JlJ11 .,
meaning a Aj having white stripe, (M,) and so
. ;.s ; (~,M, !
or this last and ;.
oJt'l signify a thin ,j; ($, O, g, TA;) and in
like manner one says J l;
aL.-: (TA:) .J0,j
is pl. of J
(, ;:0 :) and accord. to Lth, the
Jli; are of the [,)t called] _c [q. v.] of ElYemen. (O.). Also Flowers, or blouomn; syn.
j; [in the CI .*j ;] used in this sense by IbnAmart; being likened by him to the garments
called J.
(T, ], TA.) - And Portions of
rotton: (0, g, and so in some copies of the
.:) [perhaps meaning] a wht'i thing [resembling
cotton] which is in the
[q. v.]. (Ham p. 784.)
_ [And Freytag nwentions its signifying The
extreme portion of the penis; as on the authority
of the K: but he seems to have confounded "o
with jI-.1
the subst. denoted 6y the verb J5: (M,
TA:) [as such,] it is coupled by a poet witht
[which is similar to it i?, meaning: see this last
word]. (S, O, TA.) - Also n. un. of 'Ji. (S,
M, O, lC.) See this latter word, in three places.
j, woo
?i°: see j 3 , latter half.
(TA.) _- jU, ($, O, ,) aor. S, (0,) inf. n.
31,j, (S, 0, g,) said of a man, (S,) means that
The wind rose from Jiis chest; (S, 0, ;) [i. e.
he hiccoughed, or hickuped; a signification indicated by its being said that] j1i means the
reiterating of an owrpowering [or inoluntary]
sobbing sound: (Meb,TA:) and9jl; [as a subet.]
signifies also the wind [itself] that rises from
: see ,s.,, latter half. -.. sAi.. i,
the mention of which occurs in a trad. of Ka.b, the chest (S, 0, g) of a man. ($, O.) - And,
means [An upper chamber] whereof one brick it accord. to Az, (Msb,) 5U,(Msb, TA,) aor. O t.,
of gold and another of silver [i.e. constructed of (Mob,) inf. n. j14
(Msb, TA) and 3j3, (TA,)
gold and silver bricks alternately]. (TA.)
lie was affected, or tahen, with a panting, or
breathing [shortly, or] uninterruptedly. (Msb,
TA.) - And i
jb, (S,* O, .,) aor. Jlp,
. J1l, (V., [there said to be
JI J4, (S, 0,) inf. n. j
oj 0A] (S, O, ) and ojl*,
app. indicating that it is ~i,1I and 3j;i,l, but (1.,) said of a man, (S,) His spirit was about to
accord. to the CK and T4 Jlj.I, and thus only, pass forth: (S, O, g.:) or he gave up his spirit;
(S, O,*];) as also 3.i [alone] aor. L;f'
as though it were said to be ;iJ _1,])
or (lApr, O and ] in art. js4:) or he died: (g:)
t~lJI ~, (thus written in the 0, [in the TT, or t*J3i [is app. held by some to be a simple
as from the M, ~3 .JIl 5 ., thus, without the subst., and] accord. to IAar signifies death itself:
affix S to the former word, and without any vowel- (TA:) or it signifies, (S, O, Msb,) or signifies
sign,]) accord. to A.Hn, (M,) or Aboo-Ziyid, also, (I,) an affection [i.e. a .qasping, or short
(O,) A palm-tree, [the areca catechu, or betel-nut catching of the breath,] incident to a man at the
palm,] like the cocoa-nut palm, that bears racemes point of death: (S, O, Msb, I :) and one says
upon which are the ~J., resembling dates, (M, O, [of the man], 3U, aor.
., fns. n. 3, [app.
},) of which some are black and some are red, not >i]; the verb bvihg ot the class of (
of tihe growth of the land of the Arabs: (0:) [in which the inf. n. most commonly used is 4, ;
one of my copies of the S, the i;,J (thus the word or, if the saying that the verb is of tihe class of
is there written) is said to be a tree like the cocoa- 4.~ be not meant to indicate the form of its
nut : in the other copy it is not mentioned:] the inf. n. as well as that
of its aor., jjs may be a
).4, is said by AIHn to be the fiuit of a certain
or .J ]. (Msb.) palm-tree, hard as though it were wood: (M:)
,) aor.
inf. n. J1j, (TA,) She
in the Tedhkireh of Dawood it is said to be a J
had in her udder the '- , or ,nill that
fruit like the Syrian j".
[or walnut], of an
astringent quality, found upon trees resembling had collected between two mnilhings; (0, g, TA;)
the cocoa-nut: (TA:) it is good for hot and and (1) so V tl: (S,O, .K:)or the latter verb
gross hliumours, (.K, TA,) reparered as a lini,,ment; signifies she (a camel) attained to the timefoi her
(TA;) andfor infamination of the eye, (K, TA,)
being milked; and the inf. n. is iiLI and [quasias a dresingjand collyriumn; and has yreat eJicacy
for drying up the seminal fluid, and as a inf. n.] t Jli: (lAar, TA:) or .1 in relation
to the she-camel means her being drircn, or led,
digextive. (TA.)
back fromn the pasturing, and leJt until she r,ets,
and recovers [her milk]: (ISh, TA:) and uLl6
;1JI signifies the returning of the milk. (Zeyd
1. .,/$,
(S, Mgh, O, Msb, ,)
lderived from
Ibn-Kethweh, TA.) [See also lj4, below.]
~ as signifying the contr. of ;_, (Mgh,) aor.
sy signifies A bending, or [thus in the TA as
s.3 h, (i, 0,) inf. n. J, (O, ) and lp* (]) from the l, but in copies
of the K "and,"] a
and 5~, (Cs,) lHe (a man, S, 0, Msb) was, or breaking, (K, TA,) in the notch (M.1 ti),
became, above them, or superior to them, or he
excelled then, or surpassed them, (S, M, O, or in one of the two cusps of the notch, (TA,) of
Mgb, 4,) namely, his companions, (S, , tl,
, an arrow: (g, TA:) or its verb, said of an
],) or others, (Mgh,) in eminence, or dignity, or arrow, is 3ti, a&)r. t1, inf. n. 3ai and 3., in
nobility; (S, 0, ] ;) and he overcamie them; which the j is then made movent with fet-h, [so
(Msb, TA;) and did so in, or Jby,an argument that the word becomes
,] because this verb is
or the like. (Msb.) And L;. :.M"ii1 became of the class of J!, aor. a4: (I;, TA :) or one
better than such a one, and higher, and more emisays of an arrow js, [aor. j14,] inf. n. j,
nent or noble; as thouglh above him in station.
meaning its notch broke; (Msb;) and t93l/ said
(TA.) And Jiljl ~iJIq .$J
[The young
of an arrow signifies thus; (S, Msb;) or its
woman excelled in beauty, or comeliness]. (Myb.)
notch became much broken; (0, ~, TA;) or beIt is said in a trad.,
. jl
JI, 1 ,Z.
came split, or cracked. (TA.) _ And,.JI J ',0 1 .1 [Comeliness
!hA (S, O, Msb, I,) inf. n. 3), (Mfb,) I broke the
been made loely to me so that I love not that any notch of the arrow. ($, 0, Mpb, g.) And 3j
one should excel me in tie thong of a sandal].
JI, anor. jA, He broke the thing. (TA.) -_

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