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174. ايد3 175. اير4 176. ايس3 177. ايش1 178. ايض3 179. ايك2180. ايل2 181. ايم2 182. اين2 183. ايه3 184. ب11 185. بأب3 186. بأر12 187. بأز4 188. بأس12 189. بأه5 190. با5 191. بابل3 192. بابونج3 193. باج5 194. باذنجان5 195. ببر8 196. ببغ3 197. بت5 198. بتر18 199. بتع11 200. بتك12 201. بتل17 202. بث4 203. بَثِرَ1 204. بثق14 205. بجح13 206. بجد9 207. بجر12 208. بجس16 209. بجل16 210. بح3 211. بحت14 212. بحث14 213. بحثر7 214. بحر15 215. بخ7 216. بخت12 217. بختر11 218. بخر14 219. بخس16 220. بخص9 221. بخع14 222. بخق12 223. بخل13 224. بد3 225. بدأ15 226. بدر18 227. بدع18 228. بدل17 229. بدن17 230. بده15 231. بدو7 232. بدى3 233. بذ4 234. بذأ11 235. بذخ11 236. بذر16 237. بذق8 238. بذل12 239. بذو5 240. بر5 241. برأ16 242. بربخ5 243. بربط8 244. برثن10 245. برج16 246. برجم12 247. برح18 248. برد19 249. بردع4 250. برذع9 251. برذن11 252. برز18 253. برزخ14 254. برسم10 255. برش13 256. برص17 257. برطل11 258. برع13 259. برعم8 260. برغث8 261. برق21 262. برقش10 263. برقع10 264. برك19 265. برم19 266. برن12 267. برنس13 268. برنك3 269. بره15 270. برهن10 271. برو6 272. برى5 273. بز4 Prev. 100
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1 أَيِكَ الأَرَاكُ, aor. اَيَكَ, The [trees called] اراك became what is termed أَيْكَة [n. un. of أَيْكٌ, q. v.]; as also ↓ استأيك. (K.) The former occurs in poetry contracted into أَيْكَ. (ISd, Sgh.) 10 إِسْتَاْيَكَ see 1.

أَيْكٌ Numerous, luxuriant or tangled or dense, trees: (S, K:) or a place where water collects and sinks into the ground (غَيْضَةٌ) producing [trees of the kinds called] سِدْر and أَرَاك (Lth, K) and similar soft trees: (Lth:) or a collection of any trees; even, of palm-trees: (K:) or, as some say, a place where [trees of the kind called] أَثْل grow, and where is a collection of them: or, accord. to AHn, an abundant collection of أَرَاك in one place: (TA:) or trees; said to be of the [kind called] أَرَاك: (Msb:) n. un. with ة: (S, Msb, K, &c.:) IAar says, [you say,] أَيْكَةٌ أَثْلٍ and رَهْطٌ, and قَصِيمَةٌ. (Sh.) أَصْحَابُ الْأَيْكَةِ occurs in the Kur in four chapters: [xv. 78 and xxvi. 176 and xxxviii. 12 and 1.13:] (Sgh:) he who reads thus means, by the latter word, الغَيْضَة [explained above, and also signifying the thicket, or collection of tangled trees, &c.]; (S, K;) or the tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense, trees: (TA:) another reading is لَيْكَةَ; accord. to which, this is the name of the town [in which the people here mentioned dwelt]: (S, K:) or, as some say, the two words are [applied to the same place,] like بَكَّةُ and مَكَّةُ: (S:) but Zj says that another reading is allowable, and very good; i. e. أَصْحَابُ لَيْكَةِ, as being originally الأيْكَةِ; for the Arabs say, اَلَحْمَرُ قَدْ جَآءَنِى and لَحْمَرُ جَآإَنِى for الأَحْمَرُ; so that لَيْكَة is like لَحْمَر. (TA.) أَيْكٌ أَيِكٌ, (K, TA,) like كَتِفْ, (TA, [agreeably with the verb, but in the CK اٰيِكٌ,]) is a phrase in which the latter word signifies مُثْمِرٌ [Putting forth fruit; &c.]: (K, TA:) or, as some say, it is an intensive epithet [signifying very abundant or luxuriant or tangled &c.]. (M, TA.)
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