William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن

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57. ارش1 58. ارض1 59. ارط1 60. ارف1 61. ارق2 62. ارك163. ارم1 64. ارى1 65. از1 66. ازب2 67. ازج1 68. ازر2 69. ازف1 70. ازق2 71. ازل1 72. ازم1 73. ازى1 74. اس1 75. اسب1 76. است3 77. استاذ1 78. استبرق4 79. اسد1 80. اسر2 81. اسطرلاب1 82. اسف1 83. اسفيداج2 84. اسك2 85. اسل1 86. اسم4 87. اسن1 88. اسو1 89. اسى1 90. اشب1 91. اشر2 92. اشف1 93. اشك1 94. اشن1 95. اصد1 96. اصر2 97. اصطبل3 98. اصطرلاب1 99. اصل3 100. اط1 101. اطر2 102. اطم2 103. اف1 104. افخ1 105. افق3 106. افك3 107. افل2 108. افه1 109. افيون1 110. اقحوان1 111. اقط3 112. اكد2 113. اكر3 114. اكف3 115. اكل2 116. اكم2 117. ال2 118. الا2 119. الب2 120. الت2 121. التُّرْكُمَانُ1 122. الد1 123. الف2 124. الق2 125. الك2 126. الم1 127. المس2 128. اله4 129. الو1 130. الى2 131. ام2 132. اما1 133. امت2 134. امد2 135. امر2 136. امس2 137. امل2 138. امن2 139. امه3 140. ان2 141. انا1 142. انب2 143. انت1 144. انث2 145. انح2 146. انس2 147. انف2 148. انق2 149. انك3 150. انم1 151. انما1 152. انو1 153. انى2 154. انيه1 155. اه2 156. اهب2 Prev. 100




1 أَرَكَتِ الإِبِلُ, aor. اَرُكَ and اَرِكَ, inf. n. أُرُوكٌ, The camels fed upon the kind of tree called أَرَاك: (S, Msb, K:) or remained, or continued, among trees of that kind, (ISk, S, K,) i. e., what are termed حَمْض, (ISk, S,) eating them: (K:) or found, or lighted on, any trees whatever, and remained, or continued. among them: (K:) or, accord. to As, kept in a place (بِمَكَانٍ), not removing therefrom: (ISk, S:) or remained, or continued, in a place for the purpose of feeding upon the اراك: and hence the signification next following, which is tropical. (Er-Rághib.) b2: أَرَكَ بِالمَكَانِ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. and inf. n. as above, (Msb, TA,) (tropical:) He (a man, S) remained, continued, or abode, in the place, (S, Msb, K,) not quitting it; (TA;) as also أَرِكَ, aor. اَرَكَ, (K,) inf. n. أَرَكٌ. (TA.) b3: and أَرَكَ, (K,) inf. n. أَرْكٌ and أُرُوكٌ (TA,) (assumed tropical:) He persisted, or persevered, syn. لَجَّ, (K,) i. e. أَصَرَّ, (T, K,) in an affair. (T, K.) b4: And, (K,) inf. n. أُرُوِكٌ, (TA,) (assumed tropical:) He held back, or drew back, (تَأَخَّرَ,) in an affair. (K.) A2: أَرَكَ الإِبِلَ, (K,) aor. اَرُكَ, (TA,) inf. n. أَرْكٌ, (K,) He fed the camels, or made them to feed, upon the kind of the tree called أَرَاك: or made them to remain, or continue, among trees of that kind: or brought them to any trees whatever, and made them to remain, or continue, among them. (K.) b2: أَرَكَ الأَمْرَفِى عُنُقِهِ, (L, K,) inf. n. أُرُوكٌ, so in the L, (TA,) (assumed tropical:) He compelled him, or constrained him, to do the thing, or affair; or made him to keep, or cleave, to it. (L, K.) A3: أَرَكَت الإِبِلُ, aor. اَرَكَ, (S, K,) inf. n. أَرَكٌ; (S;) and أَرَكَت, aor. اَرُكَ; and أُرِكَت; (K;) The camels had a complaint, or suffered pain, (S, K,) of, or in, their bellies, (S,) from eating the أَرَاك. (S, K.) 2 أَرَّكَهَا, inf. n. تَأْرِيكٌ, He concealed her (namely a woman, TA) by means of an أَرِيكَة, q. v. (K.) 8 ائترك [written with the disjunctive alif اِيتَرَكَ] It (the kind of tree called أَرَاك) became firm, strong, or compact, and big: (O, K:) or attained to maturity: (K:) or became tangled, or luxuriant, and abundant. (TA.) إِرْكٌ: see أَرَاكٌ. b2: عُشْبٌ لَهُ إِرْكٌ Herbage in which the camels remain, or continue. (Ibn-'Abbád, K.) أَرَاكٌ أَرِكٌ Abundant, and tangled, or luxuriant, trees of the kind called اراك; (K, TA; [in the CK آرِكٌ, but said in the TA to be like كَتِفٌ;]) as also ↓ مُؤْتَرِكٌ. (K.) b2: أَرْضٌ أَرِكَةٌ Land abounding with the kind of trees called اراك. (K.) b3: إِبِلٌ أَرِكَةٌ and أَرَاكَي, [the latter being the pl.,] Camels having a complaint, or suffering pain, (S, K,) of, or in, their bellies, (S,) from eating the اراك. (S, K.) أَرَاكٌ The [kind of trees termed] حَمْض; (AHn, K;) as also ↓ إِرْكٌ: (Ibn-'Abbád, K:) and (K) certain trees of the kind termed حَيْض, (T, S, Msb, K,) well known, bearing what resemble bunches of grapes, (T, TA,) and of which sticks for cleaning the teeth are made, (AHn, Aboo-Ziyád, Msb, K,) that is, of its branches, (AHn, Aboo-Ziyád, Msb,) and of its roots, which latter are more esteemed for this purpose: (Aboo-Ziyád:) it is the best of the trees of which the branches are used for this purpose, and the best of those upon which beasts feed with respect to the odour of the milk [yielded by those beasts]: (AHn:) or one of the large thorny trees, upon which camels feed: the milk of [the camels that feed upon] it is the best of milk: and it is not allowable to prohibit the public from feeding their beasts upon it: (Mgh:) or a kind of tall, smooth, or soft, tree, abounding with leaves and branches, the wood of which is weak, and which has a fruit in bunches, or racemes, called بَرِير, one [bunch] of which will fill the hand: (Msb:) n. un. with ة: (S, Msb:) pl. (of the n. un., T) أُرُكٌ (T, K) and أَرَائِكُ, (IB, K,) which is a form sometimes used, and is also pl. of the n. un. (IB.) b2: A piece of land (K, TA) in which are trees of the kind thus called. (TA.) أَرِيكٌ: see the end of the next paragraph.

أَرِيكَةٌ A raised couch (سَرِير) in a حَجَلَة, (K, and Jel in xviii. 30,) which is a tent, or pavilion, or chamber, (بيت,) adorned with cloths and curtains, [or a kind of curtained canopy or alcove or the like,] for a bride; (Jel ubi suprà;) a raised couch (سرير) in a حَجَلَة, and having before it a curtain; when alone, not thus called: (TA:) or a bed, or thing spread upon the ground to sit or lie upon, in a حَجَلَة: (Zj, TA:) or a raised couch (سرير), absolutely, whether in a حجلة or not: (TA:) or [in the CK “ and ”] anything upon which one reclines such as is termed سَرِير or منَصَّة or فِرَاش: (K, TA:) or [in some copies of the K “ and ”] a raised couch (سرير) ornamentally furnished and decorated, in a [tent, or pavilion, or the like, such as is termed] قُبَّة, or in a chamber, or an apartment, بَيْت, [or by this may be meant here a tent of any kind, though I think that in this instance it more probably denotes an inner apartment, or an alcove,]) which, when there is not in it a سرير, is termed حَجَلَة: (S, Sgh, K:) accord. to Er-Rághib, so named because originally made of [the wood of] the أَرَاك; or because it is a place of abode; from أَرَك بِالمَكَانِ

“ be abode in the place: ” (TA:) pl أَرَائِكُ (S, K) ?? [coll. gen. n.] ↓ أَرِيكٌ. (K.) إِبِلٌ أَرَاكِيَّةٌ: see what next follows.

إِبِلٌ أَرِكَةٌ Camels feeding upon the kind of tree called أَرَاك; (S, Msb;) as also ↓ أَرَاكِيَّةٌ: (K:) or remaining, or continuing, among trees of that kind, i. e., what are termed حَمْض: or keeping in a place, not removing therefrom: (S:) pl. أَوَارِكُ. (S, Msb.) Their milk is said to be the best of milk. (TA.) قَوْمٌ مُؤْرِكُونَ A people, or company of men, alighting and abiding by trees of the kind called أَرَاك, (K,) feeding their camels upon those trees. (AHn, K. *) أَرَاكٌ مُؤْتَرِكٌ: see أَرِكٌ
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