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Q. 1 برْقَشَهُ, (S, A, TA,) inf. n. بَرْقَشَةٌ, (TA,) He variegated it with divers, or different, colours; (S, TA;) from أَبُو بَرَاقِشَ, the bird so called: (S:) or he adorned him, or it. (A.) [See also بَرْقَشَةٌ, below.] b2: Hence, بَرْقَشَ قَوْلَهُ (assumed tropical:) He embellished his saying. (Har p. 235.) Q. 2 تَبَرْقَشَ He adorned himself (A, K) with various colours. (K.) You say, تَبَرْقَشَ لَنَا He adorned himself with various colours for us: (K:) or with various colours of every kind. (TA.) And تَبَرْقَشَتْ She assumed various colours: or she varied in dispositions: syn. تَلَوَّنَتْ. (A.) and تبرقش البَيْتُ The house, or chamber, or tent, became variegated. (TA.) And تبرقشت البِلَادُ The countries became adorned with various colours; from أَبُو بَرَاقِشَ. (TA.) بِرْقِشٌ A certain bird, (S, K,) different from that called أَبُو بَرَاقِشَ, (K, accord. to the TA, [ for we there read طَائِرٌ آخَرُ; the bird called ابو براقش having been mentioned before; but in the CK, in the place of آخَرُ, we find أَخْضَرُ, i. e., green;]) of small size, (S, TA,) that assumes various colours, of the kind called حُمَّر, (TA,) like the sparrow, (S, TA,) and called شُرْشُورٌ (S, K) by the people of El-Hijáz: (S, TA:) but Az states his having heard certain of the Arabs of the desert call it ابو براقش. (TA.) بَرْقَشَةٌ The diversity of colour of that which is termed أَرْقَشُ. (K.) [See also 1.]

أَبُو بَرَاقِشَ A certain bird that assumes various colours; (S;) a small wild bird, like the قَنْفُذ [or hedge-hog, but قُنْفُذ is probably a mistranscription for قُنْبُر, or lark], the upper part of whose feathers is dust-coloured (أَغْبَرُ, as in the K, accord. to the TA), or white (أَغَرُّ, as in some copies of the K), and the middle red, and the lower part black, so that when it is roused, or provoked, it ruffles its feathers and becomes variously changed in colour: (Lth, K:) or a certain bird that is found in the trees called عِضَاه, and the colour of which is between blackness and whiteness, having six قَوَادِم [or primary feathers], three on each side, heavy in the rump, that makes a noise with its wings when it flies, and assumes various colours: (IKh:) a certain variegated bird. (TA in art. ابو.) b2: .) b3: [Hence,] هُوَ أَبُو بَرَاقِشَ (assumed tropical:) He is varying, or variable, in dispositions. (A, TA.) الجَارُ البَرَاقِشِيُّ The neighbour that is variable in his actions; like الجَارُ اليَرْبُوعِىىُّ. (IAar Ta in art. جور.]
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