7082. اثْعَنْجَحَ1 7083. اثعنجر1 7084. اثغر1 7085. اثف1 7086. اثكل2 7087. اثل17088. اثم1 7089. اثمج1 7090. اثمد1 7091. اثن1 7092. اِثْنِ1 7093. اثْنَا عشر1 7094. اثْنَا عشرة1 7095. اثْنَتَا عَشَرَة1 7096. اثْنَتَا عشرَة1 7097. اثنى1 7098. اثني عشر صندوقًا أُخْرى...1 7099. اثْنَيْن اثنين1 7100. اثْنَيْن كيلو متر1 7101. اثْنَيْن مليون1 7102. اج1 7103. اجتأفه1 7104. اجتاب1 7105. اجتاحت1 7106. اجْتَاحَت موجةَ حرٍّ...1 7107. اجتاز1 7108. اجتاس1 7109. اجتافت1 7110. اجتافه1 7111. اجتال1 7112. اجتب1 7113. اجتباه1 7114. اجتبته1 7115. اجتبذه1 7116. اجتبر1 7117. اجتبه1 7118. اجتث1 7119. اجتحر1 7120. اجتحف1 7121. اجتحى1 7122. اجتداه1 7123. اجتدث1 7124. اجتدح1 7125. اجتدر1 7126. اجتدل1 7127. اجتذب1 7128. اجتذل1 7129. اجتر1 7130. اجترأ1 7131. اجترح1 7132. اجترش1 7133. اجترع1 7134. اجترفه1 7135. اجترم1 7136. اجترن1 7137. اجتز1 7138. اجتزأ1 7139. اجتزاه1 7140. اجتزر1 7141. اجتزعه1 7142. اجتزف1 7143. اجتزم1 7144. اجتسرت1 7145. اجتسه1 7146. اجتشأته1 7147. اجتشت1 7148. اجتعف1 7149. اجتعل1 7150. اجتف1 7151. اجتفأ1 7152. اجتفاه1 7153. اجْتَفَتَ1 7154. اجتفر1 7155. اجتل1 7156. اجتلب1 7157. اجتلدوا1 7158. اجتلطه1 7159. اجتلفه1 7160. اجتلم1 7161. اجتلى1 7162. اجتماع1 7163. اجتماع السّاكنين1 7164. اجْتِمَاع الساكنين1 7165. اجتماع الساكنين على حدة...1 7166. اجتماع الساكنين على غير حدة...1 7167. اجْتِمَاع الساكنين على غير حَده...1 7168. اجْتِمَاع النقيضين1 7169. اجْتِمَاع الواو الساكنة والياء دون ...1 7170. اجْتِمَاع حرفي عطف1 7171. اجْتِمَاع همزة الاستفهام وحروف العط...1 7172. اجتمر1 7173. اجْتمع1 7174. اجْتَمَع بـ1 7175. اجْتَمَع مع1 7176. اجتمل1 7177. اجتن1 7178. اجتنأ1 7179. اجْتنب1 7180. اجتنح1 7181. اجتنى1 Prev. 100
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1 أَثَلَ, aor. اَثِلَ, inf. n. أُثُولٌ, It (anything, M) had, or came to have, root, or a foundation; or it was, or became, firm, or established, and firmly rooted or founded; as also ↓ تأثّل. (M, K.) b2: Also, inf. n. as above, It (dominion) was, or became, great; (TA;) and so ↓ the latter verb. (M, K. *) b3: And أَثُلَ, inf. n. أَثَالَةٌ, said of high rank, or nobility, It was, or became, old, of ancient origin, or of long standing. (TA.) A2: See also 5.2 أثّلهُ, (M, K,) inf. n. تَأْثِيلٌ, (S, K,) He made it (his wealth, or property, M, K, and so applied it is tropical, TA) to have root, or a foundation; or to become firm, or established, and firmly rooted or founded; syn. أَصَّلَهُ (S, * M, K.) b2: He (God, T, M,* TA) made it (a man's dominion, T, M, K) to be, or become, firm, firmly established, stable, or permanent: (T:) or great: (M, K:) and he (a man) made it (a thing) lasting, or permanent. (TA.) IAar the following verse, تُؤَثِّلُ كَعْبٌ عَلَىَّ القَضَا فَرَبِّى يُغَيِّرُ أَعْمَالَهَا [app. meaning Kaab would oblige me to make payment, or the like, (as though establishing against me the duty of doing so,) but my Lord changes their actions,] explaining it by saying, i. e. تُلْزِمُنِى; but (ISd says,) I know not how this is. (M.) b3: He (God, M) made it (a man's wealth, or property,) to increase; or put it into a good, or right, state, or condition; syn. زَكَّاةَ. (M, K.) b4: أَتَّلْتُهُ بِرِجِالٍ I multiplied him [meaning his party] by men. (TA.) b5: أَثَّلْتُ عَلَيْهِ الدُّيُونَ I collected against him the debts. (TA.) b6: أثّل أَهْلَهُ He clad his family with the most excel-lent of clothing: (M:) or he clad them (M, K) with the most excellent of clothing, (K,) and did good to them, or acted well towards them. (M, K.) A2: أثّل, [used intransitively,] (M, K,) inf. n. as above, (TA,) He (a man, K) became abundant in his wealth, or property. (M, K.) 5 تأثّل: see 1, in two places. b2: Also It (a thing) became collected together. (K.) b3: He took for himself, got, or acquired, what is termed أَثْلَة, i. e. مِيرة [meaning victuals, or provision]; (M, K;) بَعْدَ حَاجَةٍ [after want]. (M.) b4: He took for himself, got, or acquired, a source, stock, or fund, (أَصْلٍ,) of wealth, or property. (S, TA.) b5: And تأثّل مَالًا He collected, or gained, or acquired, wealth, or property, (M, K,) and took it for himself: (M:) [said in the TA to be tropical:] or he collected wealth, or property, and took it for himself, or got it, or acquired it, as a source, stock, or fund: (Mgh:) and مَالاً ↓ أَثَلَ, inf. n. أُثُولٌ, signifies the same as تأثّلهُ. (TA.) b6: هُمة يَتَأَثَّلُونَ النَّاسَ They take أُثَال, i. e. wealth, or property, from men. (TA.) b7: تأثّل بِئْراً He dug a well (T, S, M, K) for himself. (T, TA.) أَثْلٌ A kind of trees; (S, K;) a species of the طَرْفَآء [or tamarisk; so applied in the present day; termed by Forskål (Flora Aeg. Arab. p. lxiv.) tamarix orientalis]; (S, TA;) or a kind of trees, (T, M,) or a certain tree, (Mgh,) resembling the طرفآء, (T, M, Mgh,) except that it is of a better kind, (T,) or except that it is larger, and better in its wood, (M,) of which are made yellow and excellent [vessels of the kind called] أَقْدَاح, and of which was made the Prophet's pulpit; it has thick stems, of which are made doors and other things; and its leaves are of the kind called عَبَل, like those of the طرفآء: (TA:) AHn says, on the authority of Aboo-Ziyád, that it is of the kind termed عِضَاه, tail, and long in its wood, which is excellent, and is carried to the towns and villages, and the clay houses of these are built upon it; [app. meaning that its wood is used in forming the foundations of the walls;] its leaves are of the kind called هَدَب, [syn. with عَبَل,] long and slender, and it has no thorns; of it are made [bowls of the kinds called] قِصَاع and جِفَان; and it has a red fruit, like a knot of a rope: (M:) or a kind of large trees, having no fruit: (Msb:) or i. q. طرفآء, having no fruit: (Bd in xxxiv. 15:) n. un. with ة; (S, M, Msb, K;) explained in the A as the سَمُرَة [or gum-acacia tree]: or a tall, straight [tree such as is termed] عِضَاهَة, of which are made the like of أَقْدَاح: (TA:) the pl. [of أَثْلٌ] is أُثُولٌ (M, K) and [of أَثْلَةٌ] أَثَلَاثٌ. (S, K, TA (in the CK اَثْلاتٌ].) b2: [See also أَثْلَةٌ, below.]

A2: فُلَانٌ أَثْلُ مَالٍ Such a one is a collector of wealth, or property. (Ibn-'Abbád.) أَثْلَةٌ n. un. of أَثْلٌ, q. v. (S, M, &c.) Because of the tallness of the tree thus called, and its erectness, and beauty of proportion, the poets liken thereto a woman of perfect stature and erect form. (M.) b2: Metaphorically, (Msb,) (tropical:) Honour, or reputation; or grounds of pretension to respect on account of the honourable deeds or qualities of one's ancestors, &c.; syn. عِرْضٌ; (Msb, TA;) or حَسَبٌ (S, O, K, TA.) So in the saying, فُلَانٌ يَنْحِتُ أَثْلَتَنَا, or يَنْحَتُ, (S accord. to different copies, and so in the O, but in the copies of the K, incorrectly, يَنْحَتُ فِى أَثْلَتِنَا, TA,) (tropical:) Such a one speaks evil of, (S, O,) or impugns, or speaks against, (K,) our honour, or reputation, &c. (S, O, K.) And نَحَتَ أَثْلَتَهُ (tropical:) He detracted from his reputation; spoke against him; impugned his character; censured him; blamed him. (A, Msb.) And فُلَانٌ تُنْحَتُ أَثَلَاتُهُ (tropical:) [Such a one's grounds of pretension to respect, &c., are impugned]. (TA.) And هُوَ لَا تُنْحَتُ أَثْلَتُهُ (tropical:) He has not any vice, or fault, nor any imperfection, or defect. (Msb.) b3: The root, foundation, origin, source, stock, or the like, syn. أصْلٌ; (T, S, M, Mgh, K;) of a thing, and of a man; (T;) of anything; (M;) [a source, stock, or fund,] of wealth, or property: (Mgh, TA:) pl. إِثَالٌ. (K.) So in the saying, لَهُ أَثلَةُ مَالٍ [He has a source, or stock, or fund, of wealth, or property]. (TA.) b4: Victuals, or provision; syn. مِيرَةٌ (M, K.) b5: The goods, furniture, and utensils, of a house or tent; as also ↓ أَثَلَةٌ. (M, K. *) b6: Apparatus, accoutrements, implements, or the like. (Ibn-' Abbád, K.) So in the saying, أَخَذْتُ أَثْلَةَ الشِّتَآءِ [I took the apparatus, &c., of, i. e. for, the winter]. (Ibn-' Abbád.) أَثَلَةٌ: see أَثْلَةٌ, near the end.

أَثَالٌ, (T, S, M,) with fet-h, (S,) or أُثَالٌ, with damm, (Mgh,) or both, (K,) (tropical:) Glory, honour, dignity, nobility, or high rank. (AA, T, S, M, Mgh, K.) You say, لَهُ أُثَالٌ كَأَنَّهُ أُثَالٌ (tropical:) He has glory, or honour, &c., as though it were the mountain called Othál. (TA.) [But the next signification seems to be here more appropriate.] b2: (tropical:) Wealth, or property. (Mgh.) أَثِيلٌ A place of growth of trees of the kind called أَرَاك [perhaps a mistranscription for أَثْل]: mentioned by Th, from IAar. (T.) A2: Abundant, and luxuriant, or long, hair. (TA.) b2: See also مَؤَثَّلٌ in two places.

آثِلٌ: see مُؤَثَّلٌ.

مُؤَثَّلٌ Having root, or a foundation; or firm, or established, and firmly rooted or founded: (S:) or having a permanent source, or firm foundation: (Munjid of Kr:) or of old foundation or origin: or collected together so as to [become stable or permanent, or] have root or a foundation: (T:) or old; of ancient origin; or of long standing: (M, TA:) or permanent: (IAar:) (tropical:) applied to glory, honour, dignity, nobility, or high rank; (T, Kr, S, M, TA;) and so ↓ أَثِيلٌ: (S, TA:) and to wealth, or property: (Kr, S:) and to anything; (T, M;) and so ↓ أَثِيلٌ, and ↓ مُتَأَثِّلٌ: (M:) and ↓ آثِلٌ, also, has the first of these significations, applied to dominion. (T.) b2: Prepared, disposed, arranged, or put into a right or good state. (AA.) مُتَأَثِّلٌ: see مُؤَثَلٌ. b2: Also Taking for oneself, getting, or acquiring, a source, stock, or fund, (أَصْل,) of wealth, or property: (S, TA:) or collecting wealth, or property, (T, Mgh,) and taking it for oneself, or getting it, or acquiring it, as a source, stock, or fund. (Mgh.) So in a trad. on the subject of a charge respecting the orphan, يَأْكُلُ مِنْ مَالِهِ غَيْرَ مُتَأَثِّلٍ مَالًا [He may eat of his wealth, or property, not taking for himself a source, stock, or fund, of wealth, or property: or, not collecting &c.]: (T, S, Mgh:*) or, accord. to Bkh, not acquiring abundance of wealth: but the former explanation is more correct lexically. (Mgh.)