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210. بح3 211. بحت15 212. بحث15 213. بحثر8 214. بحر16 215. بخ7216. بخت13 217. بختر12 218. بخر15 219. بخس17 220. بخص10 221. بخع15 222. بخق13 223. بخل14 224. بد3 225. بدأ15 226. بدر19 227. بدع19 228. بدل18 229. بدن18 230. بده16 231. بدو8 232. بدى3 233. بذ4 234. بذأ11 235. بذخ12 236. بذر17 237. بذق8 238. بذل13 239. بذو6 240. بر5 241. برأ16 242. بربخ5 243. بربط8 244. برثن10 245. برج17 246. برجم12 247. برح19 248. برد20 249. بردع4 250. برذع9 251. برذن12 252. برز18 253. برزخ14 254. برسم11 255. برش14 256. برص18 257. برطل12 258. برع14 259. برعم9 260. برغث8 261. برق22 262. برقش11 263. برقع11 264. برك20 265. برم21 266. برن12 267. برنس13 268. برنك3 269. بره15 270. برهن11 271. برو7 272. برى5 273. بز4 274. بزخ9 275. بزر16 276. بزغ18 277. بزق14 278. بزل15 279. بزم14 280. بزو12 281. بس7 282. بسأ9 283. بست7 284. بسذ4 285. بسر21 286. بسط20 287. بسق17 288. بسل19 289. بسم15 290. بسمل10 291. بسن11 292. بش4 293. بشر19 294. بشع14 295. بشق11 296. بشم14 297. بشنين1 298. بص4 299. بصر24 300. بصط5 301. بصع10 302. بصق12 303. بصل14 304. بصم9 305. بصن5 306. بض3 307. بضع21 308. بط4 309. بطأ11 Prev. 100
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R. Q. 1 بَخْبَخَ, (S, K,) inf. n. بَخْبَخَةٌ and بِخْبَاخٌ, (TA,) [a verb imitative of the sound which it signifies,] He (a camel [in a state of excitement]) brayed, (S, K,) so that his شِقْشِقَة [or faucial bag] filled his mouth: (S:) or, as some say, began to bray. (TA.) b2: [Hence, perhaps,] He (a man) said [بَخْ] or بَخْ بَخْ [&c.]. (TA, and Har p. 556.) b3: And [hence,] بَخْبَخَ بِصُحْبَتِى He rejoiced in my company. (Har ubi suprà.) b4: And بَخْبَخَ الرَّجُلَ He said بَخْ or بَخْ بَخْ

&c. to the man. (S.) بَخْ, (S, A, K, &c.,) [in some copies of the K written بَخَّ, which is wrong, for it is] like بَلْ, (A,) [i. e.] like قَدْ, (TA,) [perhaps, as I have suggested above, from the sound made by a hecamel in a state of excitement,] a word used on the occasion of praising; (S, A;) on praising one from whom has proceeded a good and wonderful action; (Har p. 142;) on approving a thing; (T, S, Msb, K;) on being pleased with it, or having one's admiration excited by it; (A, K;) or on the occasion of glorying and of praising; (K;) in pronouncing a thing great in estimation, (IAmb,) or excellent; (AHeyth;) in deeming a thing great in estimation, (AHei,) or good; (Mgh;) or it means wonder, or admiration; (R;) and sometimes it is used [ironically] to denote disapproval; also, as an exhortation to gentleness with a thing, and to taking extraordinary pains; (TA;) and in a case of expertness, or skilfulness: (AHei:) it means نِعْمَ الرَّجُلُ and نِعْمَ الفِعْلُ [Excellent, or most excellent, is the man! and, the deed!]; (Har p. 142;) [or simply, excellent! or most excellent! how good! how goodly! well done! bravo! and the like;] or عَظُمَ الأَمْرُ and فَخُمَ [great in estimation is the thing, or affair, or event, or case!]: (K:) MF observes, [probably from finding بَخَّ in the place of بَخْ in his copy or copies of the K,] that this explanation is like an express assertion that it is a verb in the pret. tense, which requires consideration. (TA.) It is used alone; and in this case you say, بَخْ, (K,) and بَخِ, (Msb, K,) with kesr for its invariable termination, (Msb,) and بَخٍ, and بَخٌ; (K, TA; [but in the CK, in the place of بَخٍ and بَخٌ, we find بُخٌ;]) without tesh-deed, (T, Msb,) in most cases; (Msb;) but also with teshdeed, (T, S, A,) like a noun; so that one says, بَخٍ لَكَ and بَخٍّ [&c., meaning I say excel-lent! &c., to thee]: (S:). and one repeats it, (S, A, K, &c.,) for the sake of emphasis; (S, A;) saying, بَخْ بَخْ, (IAmb, S, A, K, &c.,) with the خ quiescent like the ل in هَلْ and بَلْ, (IAmb,) and بَخٍ بَخٍ, (S, A, R, K,) pronounced in the latter manner, with tenween, when in connexion with a following word, [and in this case only, whereas it is pronounced in the former manner in any case,] (S, A,) and بَخٍّ بَخٍّ, (S, * A, * R, K,) and بَخٍ بَخْ, (K,) and بَخِّ بَخِّ. (R.) جَمَلٌ بَخْبَاخُ الهَدِيرِ A camel that fills his mouth with his شِقْشِقَة [or faucial bag] when he brays. (S.) إِبِلٌ مُبْخْبَخَةٌ Camels to which one says بَخْ بَخْ; being pleased with them: (ISd, TA:) or largebellied camels; (K;) as also مُخَبْخَبَةٌ, which is formed from the former by transposition; from بَخْ بَخْ, or بَخٍ بَخْ, which is said by the Arabs in praising a thing; as though, by reason of their greatness, the people, seeing them, said, How goodly are they! (TA.)
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