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

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256. برص18 257. برطل12 258. برع14 259. برعم9 260. برغث8 261. برق22262. 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 310. بطح18 311. بطخ13 312. بطر15 313. بطرق11 314. بطرك5 315. بطش17 316. بطق9 317. بطل16 318. بطم10 319. بطن18 320. بطو2 321. بظر17 322. بعث17 323. بعثر15 324. بعج14 325. بعد21 326. بعر16 327. بعض17 328. بعق13 329. بعل21 330. بغت16 331. بغث17 332. بغش10 333. بغض15 334. بغل16 335. بغم10 336. بغو5 337. بغى6 338. بق3 339. بقر19 340. بقس3 341. بقش3 342. بقع17 343. بقل16 344. بقم9 345. بقو4 346. بقى7 347. بكأ11 348. بكت13 349. بكر18 350. بكم16 351. بكى6 352. بل9 353. بلج14 354. بلح15 355. بلد18 Prev. 100




1 بَرَقَ, (S, Mgh, K,) aor. بَرُقَ, (S, Mgh,) inf. n. بُرُوقٌ, (S,) or بَرِيقٌ, (Mgh, K,) or this is a simple subst., (S,) and بَرْقٌ and بَرَقَانٌ (K, TA, but in the CK بُرُوقٌ, as in the S,) It (a thing, Mgh, K, a sword, &c., S and the dawn, K, TA) shone, gleamed, or glistened. (S, Mgh, K, TA.) b2: Also said of a cloud, aor. as above, inf. n. بَرِيقٌ and بَرْقً and بَرَقَانٌ, It gleamed or shone [with lightning]; and so ↓ ابرق, (JK,) and ↓ تبرّق. (K in art. حلج.) And بَرَقَتِ السَّمَآءُ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. as above, (Msb, TA,) inf. n. بَرَقَانٌ (As, S, Msb, K) and بَرْقٌ (Msb, TA) and بُرُوقٌ, (K,) The sky lightened; (Msb, K;) as also ↓ ابرقت: (AO, AA, K:) or gleamed or shone [with lightning]: (S, K:) or lightened much before rain; as also ↓ ابرقت. (TA in art. رعد.) And بَرَقَ البَرْقُ The lightning appeared. (K.) b3: And [hence] said of a man, (JK, Msb, K,) or رَعَدَ وَبَرَقَ, (S,) (tropical:) He threatened; (JK, S, K;) or he threatened with evil; (Msb;) [or he threatened and menaced;] or he frightened (S and K in art. رعد) and threatened; (S in that art.;) and ↓ ابرق signifies the same; (JK, Msb, K;) and so أَرْعَدَ وَ أَبْرَقَ: (K:) or, accord. to As, ارعد and ابرق are not allowable. (TA, and S in art. رعد, q. v.) But بَرَقَتْ, inf. n. بَرْقٌ, said of a woman, (K,) or رَعَدَتْ وَ بَرَقَتْ, (S,) means (tropical:) She beautified (S and A in art. رعد, and K) and adorned herself, (S, K,) [as also ↓ تبرّقت, (occurring in the K in art. الق, coupled with its syn. تَزَيَّنَت,)] and showed, or presented, herself, (A in art. رعد, and TA,) لِى to me: (A in art. رعد:) or she exhibited her beauty intentionally: (TA:) and ↓ برّقت means the same, (Lh, K,) inf. n. تَبْرِيقٌ; (TA;) and so ↓ ابرقت: (K:) you say, بِوَجْهِهَا وَسَائِرِ جِسْمِهَا ↓ ابرقت (tropical:) She beautified herself in her face and the rest of her person: (Lh, TA:) and عَنْ وَجْهِهَا ↓ ابرقت (tropical:) She showed her face. (JK, Ibn-'Abbád, K.) b4: Also, said of a star, or an asterism, It rose. (Lh, K.) One says, لَا أَفْعَلُهُ مَا بَرَقَ النَّجْمُ فِى السَّمَآءِ I will not do it as long as the star, or asterism, [by which may be meant the asterism of the Pleiades,] rises in the sky. (Lh, TA.) b5: بَرَقَ البَصَرُ, (S,) or بَصَرُهُ, (K,) The eye or eyes, or his eye or eyes, glistened, (S, K,) being raised, or fixedly open: (S:) or became raised, or fixedly open: occurring in the Kur [lxxv. 7], accord. to one reading: (Fr, TA:) or the eye, or his eye, became open by reason of fright. (TA.) بَرِقَ has a different meaning, which see below. (S.) b6: بَرَقَتْ, said of a she-camel, She put her tail between her thighs, making it to cleave to her belly, without being pregnant: (IAar, TA:) or she raised her tail, and feigned herself pregnant, not being so; as also ↓ ابرقت, (Lh, S, K,) and ابرقت بِذَنبِهَا: (TA:) or ابرقت signifies she smote with her tail at one time upon her vulva and another time upon her buttocks; and also, she feigned herself pregnant, not being so. (JK.) b7: بَرِقَ He feared, so that he was astonished or amazed or stupified, at seeing the gleam of lightning: (TA voce بَحِرَ:) or his (a man's) sight became confused in consequence of his looking at lightning. (Bd in lxxv. 7.) And hence, (Bd ibid.,) بَرِقَ البَصَرُ, (S, Bd,) or بَصَرُهُ, (K,) aor. بَرَقَ; (S, K;) and بَرَقَ, aor. بَرُقَ; (K;) or the latter has [only] a meaning explained above; (S;) inf. n. بَرَقٌ, which is of the former verb; (S;) accord. to the K, بَرْقٌ; but this is wrong; (TA;) and [of the latter verb,] بُرُوقٌ; (Lh, K;) The eye or eyes, or his eye or eyes, became dazzled, so as not to close, or move, the lid, or lids: (S, K:) or became confused, so as not to see. (K.) بَرِقَ بَصَرُهُ signifies also His eye or eyes, or his sight, became weak: whence بَرِقَتْ قَدَمَاهُ His two feet became weak. (TA.) Also بَرِقَ alone, (TA,) inf. n. بَرَقٌ, (Fr, K, TA,) He (a man, TA) was frightened; or he feared, or was afraid: (Fr, K, TA:) and he became confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course. (K.) b8: بَرِقَ said of a skin, aor. بَرَقَ, (JK, K,) inf. n. بَرَقٌ, (JK,) so in the O, in which, as in the K, the part. n., being بَرِقٌ, indicates that the verb is like فَرِحَ; (TA;) and بَرَقَ, (K,) so in the L, (TA,) aor. بَرُقَ, (K,) inf. n. بَرْقٌ and بُرُوقٌ; thus in the L, which indicates that the verb is like نَصَرَ; (TA;) It became affected by the heat so that its butter melted and became decomposed, (As, JK, K,) and did not become compact. (K.) A2: بَرَقَ طَعَامًا, (JK,) or بَرَقَهُ بِزَيْتٍ أَوْ سَمْنٍ (S, K,) aor. بَرُقَ, (JK,) inf. n. بَرْقٌ (JK, S) and بُرُوقٌ, (L,) He poured upon the food, (JK,) or put into it, (S, * K,) somewhat, (JK,) or a small quantity, (S, K,) of olive-oil (JK, S, K) or of clarified butter. (S, K.) And بَرَقْتُ لَهُ I made his food [somewhat] greasy for him with clarified butter. (TA.) And أُبْرُقُوا المَآءِ بِزَيْتٍ Pour ye upon the water a little olive-oil. (S.) A3: بَرِقَتِ الغَنَمُ, aor. بَرَقَ, (S, K,) inf. n. بَرَقٌ, (S,) The sheep, or goats, had a complaint in their bellies from eating the بَرْوَق: (S, K:) and in like manner, الإِبِلُ the camels. (TA.) 2 برّق بِعَيْنَيْهِ, (JK,) or برّق بَصَرَهُ, (TA,) He glistened with his eyes by reason of looking hard, or intently. (JK, TA. *) And برّق عَيْنَيْهِ, inf. n. تَبْرِيقٌ, He opened his eyes wide, and looked sharply, or intently. (Lth, S, K.) b2: برّقت, said of a woman: see 1. b3: And برّق He decorated, or adorned, his place of abode. (El-Muärrij, K.) b4: بَرَّقْتَ وَ عَرَّقْتَ Thou madest a sign with a thing, that had nothing to verify it, [app. meaning thou madest a false display, or a vain promise,] and didst little (IAar.) b5: Also برّق, (inf. n. as above, TA,) He (a man) journeyed far. (El-Muärrij K.) b6: برّق فِى المَعَاصِى He persisted, or persevered, in acts of disobedience. (El-Muärrij, K.) b7: برّق بِىَ الأَمْرُ The affair was unattainable, or impracticable, to me. (K.) 4 أَبْرَقَ see 1, in eight places. b2: ابرق, (Aboo-Nasr, S, K,) or ابرق بِسَيْفِهِ, (JK,) said of a man, (Aboo-Nasr, JK, S,) He made a sign with his sword [by waving it about so as to make it glisten]. (Aboo-Nasr, JK, S, K.) b3: And ابرق He betook himself, or directed his course, towards the lightning. (TA.) b4: He entered into [a tract wherein was] lightning. (TA.) b5: He saw lightning. (TA.) Tufeyl uses the phrase أَبْرَقْنَ الخَرِيفَ as meaning They (women borne in vehicles upon camels) saw the lightning of [the season, or the rain, called] the خريف. (AAF, TA.) b6: He was smitten, or assailed, or affected, by lightning. (S, K.) A2: ابرقهُ الفَزَعُ [app. Fright, or fear, made him to be confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right way: see بَرِقَ]. (TA.) b2: [And hence, perhaps,] ابرق الصَّيْدَ He roused the game, or chase. (K.) 5 تَبَرَّقَ see 1, in two places.10 استبرق It (a place, and the horizon,) shone, or gleamed, with lightning. (TA.) بَرْقٌ [Lightning;] what gleams in the clouds, (TA,) or, from the clouds; from بَرَقَ [in the first of the senses explained above], said of a thing, inf. n. [بَرْقٌ and] بَرِيقٌ: (Bd in ii. 18:) or an angel's smiting the clouds, and putting them in motion, in order that they may become propelled, so that thou seest the fires [issue from them]: (Mujáhid, K:) or a whip of light with which the angel drives the clouds: (I'Ab, TA:) sing. of بُرُوقٌ, i. e., of the بروق of the clouds: (S, K:) or it has no pl., being originally an inf. n. (Bd ubi suprà.) بَرْقُ الخُلَّبِ and بَرْقُ خُلَّبٍ and بَرْقٌ خُلَّبٌ signify That [lightning] which is without rain. (S. [See also art. خلب)]

بُرْقٌ [Lizards of the species called] ضِبَاب, pl. of ضَبٌّ. (IAar, K.) It is app. pl. of بَرُوقٌ or of أَبْرَقُ: more probably, I think, of the former; from the raising of the tail, which is a habit of those lizards.]

A2: See also بُرْقَةٌ.

بَرَقٌ A lamb; syn. حَمَلٌ [q. v.]: (S, K:) a Persian word, (S,) arabicized; (S, K;) originally بَرَهْ: (K:) pl. [of mult.] بُرْقَانٌ (S, K) and بِرْقَانٌ and [of pauc.] أَبْرَاقٌ. (K.) بَرِقٌ [part. n. of بَرِقَ: and particularly explained as meaning] A skin affected by the heat so that its butter melts and becomes decomposed, (JK, O, K,) and does not become compact. (K.) بَرْقَةٌ [app. an inf. n. of un., signifying A flash of lightning]. (M, TA in art. وبص.) A2: A fit of confusion, or perplexity, affecting one in such a manner that he is unable to see his right course. (K, * TA.) بُرْقَةٌ A quantity of lightning: (Bd in xxiv. 43, TA:) pl. ↓ بُرْقٌ; (TA;) or [this is a coll. gen. n., of which the former is the n. un.; or, probably, it is a mistranscription, and] the pl. is بُرَقٌ, also pronounced بُرُقٌ. (Bd ubi suprà.) A2: Rugged ground in which are stones and sand and earth mixed together, (S, K, TA,) the stones thereof mostly white, but some being red, and black, and the earth white and of a whitish dust-colour, and sometimes by its side are meadows (رَوْض); (TA;) as also ↓ أَبْرَقُ and ↓ بَرْقَآءُ: (S, K, TA:) or a portion of such land (أَرْض) as is termed ↓ بَرْقَآءُ, which consists of tracts containing black stones mixed with white sand, and which, when spacious, is termed ↓ أَبْرَقُ: (JK:) [and] a mountain mixed with sand; as also ↓ أَبْرَقُ: (IAar, TA:) the pl. of بُرْقَةٌ is بُرَقٌ (K, TA) and بِرَاقٌ; (JK, S;) and that of ↓ ابرق is أَبَارِقُ, (JK, S, K,) after the manner of a subst., because the quality of a subst. is predominant in it; (TA;) and that of ↓ برقآء is بَرْقَاوَاتٌ. (As, IAar, S, K.) The بُرَق of the country of the Arabs are more than a hundred; and are distinguished by particular adjuncts, as بُرْقَةٌ الأَثْمَادِ and بُرْقَةُ الأَجَاوِلِ &c. (K.) One says قُنْفُذُ بُرْقَةٍ [A hedge-hog of a برقة], like as one says ضَبُّ كُدْيَةِ (S) b2: [The colour denoted by the epithet أَبْرَقُ: in a mountain, a mixture of blackness and whiteness: see حَقْبَآءُ, voce أَحْقَبُ.]

A3: Paucity of grease or gravy (JK, TA) in food. (TA.) بُرْقَانٌ Shining much in the body: (JK, K:) applied to man. (JK.) A2: Locusts when they become yellow, and have variegated stripes or streaks: (JK:) or locusts that are variegated (K TA) with white and black: (TA:) [a coll. gen. n.:] n. un. with ة. (K.) b2: [See also بَرَقٌ of which it is a pl.]

بُرْقُوقٌ, (K,) with damm, (TA,) [vulg. بَرْقُوق, The plum; or] small إِجَّاص [or plums]; (K;) known in Syria by the name of جابزك: (TA:) and (as some say, TA) the مِشْمِش [or apricot]: a post-classical word [probably arabicized from the Persian بَرْقُوقْ, which is applied to both the fruits above mentioned]. (K.) البُرَاقُ A certain beast which Mohammad rode on the night of the ascension [to heaven]; (S, Msb, * K;) or which the apostles ride in ascending to heaven; resembling a mule; (Msb;;) or less than the mule, but greater than the ass: (K:) so called because of the intense whiteness of his hue, and his great brightness; or because of the quickness of his motion; in respect of both of which he is likened to lightning. (TA.) بَرُوقٌ a she-camel raising her tail, and feigning herself pregnant, not being so; as also ↓ مُبْرِقُ: (S, K:) and ↓ بَارِقٌ a she-camel Putting her tail between her thighs, making it to cleave to her belly, not being pregnant: (IAar, TA:) pl. of the first بُرْقٌ (TA;) and of the second مَبَارِيقُ. (S, K.) The Arabs say, دَعْنِى مِنْ تَكْذَابِكَ وَ تَأْثَامِكَ شَوَلَانَ البَرُوقِ [Let me alone and cease from they lying and thy sin like the she-camel's raising of her tail and feigning herself pregnant when she is not so]: شولان being in the accus. case as an inf. n. : i. e., thou art in the predicament of the she-camel that raises her tail so as to make one imagine her to be pregnant when she is not so. (TA.) The pl. بُرْقٌ is also applied to scorpions, as meaning Raising their tails like the she-camel termed بروق (TA.) b2: Also, applied to a man, Fearful, or timid; (JK;) or cowardly. (TA.) بَروَقٌ A certain kind of plant (JK, S) which camels do not feed upon except in cases of necessity; (JK;) a small, feeble tree, which, when the sky becomes clouded, grows green: (K:) n. un. witIh ة: (S, K:) it was described by an Arab of the desert to AHn as follows: a feeble, juicy plant, having slender branches, at the heads of which are small envelopes (قَمَاعِيلُ صِغَارٌ) like chick-peas, in which is a kind of black grain: its feebleness is such that it withers on the spot when the sun becomes hot upon it: and nothing feeds upon it; but men, when they are afflicted with dearth, or drought, express from it a bitter juice, then work it together, or knead it, with هَبِيد [or colocynths, or the pulp, or seeds, thereof], or some other thing, and eat it; but it is not eaten alone, because it occasions excitement: it is one of the plants that are plentiful in time of drought and scarce in time of fruitfulness; when copious rain falls upon it, it dies; and when we see it to have become abundant, and coarse, or rough, we fear drought: accord. to another of the Arabs of the desert, the بَرْوَقَة is a bad kind of herb, or leguminous plant, that grows among the first of the herbs, or leguminous plants: it has a reed like the سباط [so I render لها قصبة مثل السباط, but I thing that the right reading is, لَهَا قُضُبٌ مِثْلُ السِّيَاطِ it has twigs like whips, agreeably with the description next preceding, in which it is said to have slender branches,] and a black fruit, or produce. (TA.) Hence, أَشْكَرُ مِنْ بَرْوَقَةٍ [More grateful than a barwakah]; (S, K;) because it grows green when it sees the clouds, (S,) or by means of the least moisture falling from the sky: (TA:) a prove. (S.) And أَضْعَفُ مِنْ بَرْوَقَةٍ [Weaker than a barwakah]. (TA.) بَرِيقٌ [accord. to the Mgh and K an inf. n. of بَرَقَ, but accord. to the S a simple subst.,] A shining, gleaming, glistening, glitter, lustre, brilliancy, or splendour. (S, K, TA.) بَرِيقَةٌ Milk upon which is poured a little grease or clarified butter: (ISK, S, K:) or food in which is milk: and such as has a little clarified butter, and grease, put into it: (TA:) or food that has a little olive-oil poured upon it: (JK:) or condiment in which is put a little olive-oil or grease: (L:) pl. بَرَائِقُ; (JK, S, L, K;) with which ↓ تَبَارِيقُ [pl. of ↓ تَبْروقٌ] is syn., (L, TA,) applied to food (S, TA) in which is put a little olive-oil or clarified butter: (S:) or ↓ تَبْروقٌ signifies the grease in a cooking-pot: and water with a little olive-oil poured upon it: and ↓ تَبَارِيقُ is its pl. (JK.) بَرَّاقٌ Shining, gleaming, or glistening, much, or intensely. (TA.) See also إِبْرِيقٌ, and بَارِقٌ b2: فَتًى بَرَّاقُ الثَّنَايَا A young man whose middle pairs of teeth are beautiful and bright, glistening, when he smiles, like lightning: meant to imply cheerfulness of countenance. (TA.) b3: بَرَّاقَةٌ A woman characterized by beauty and splendour or brilliancy [of complexion or skin]: (K * TA:) or, as some say, who shows her beauty intentionally. (TA.) [See إِبْرِيقٌ.]

بَرْوَاقٌ A certain plant also called خُنْثَى [i. e. the asphodel, called by both these names in the present day]: the eating of its fresh, juicy stalk, boiled with olive-oil and vinegar, counteracts jaundice; and the smearing with its root, or lower part, removes the two kinds of بَهَق [q. v.]. (K.) بَارِقٌ Shining, gleaming, or glistening. (Mgh.) b2: Clouds (سَحَابٌ) having, or containing, [or emitting,] lightning. (S.) You say also سَحَابَةٌ بَارِقَةٌ[A cloud having, or emitting, lightning]: (S, TA:) and ↓ سحابة بَرَّاقَةٌ signifies the same [but in an intensive manner: see بَرَّاقٌ]. (TA.) b3: بَارِقَةٌ (tropical:) Swords: (S, K, TA:) so called because of their shining, or glistening: (TA:) pl. بَوَارِقُ; (JK, Ham p. 306;) applied to swords and other weapons. (Ham ubi suprà.) Hence the trad. of 'Ammàr, الجَنَّةُ تَحْتَ البَارِقَةِ [Paradise is beneath the swords]; (JK, TA;) meaning, in warring in the cause of God. (JK.) You also say, رَأَيْتُ البَارِقَةَ meaning I saw the shining, or glistening, of the weapons. (Lh, TA.) b4: See also بَرُوقٌ.

بَوْرَقٌ, (JK, Mgh,) with fet-h to the ب (Mgh,) or بُورَقٌ., with damm, (K,) A certain, thing, or substance, that is put into dough, (JK, Mgh, TA,) and causes it to become inflated; (Mgh;) or into flour; (TA voce بُورَكٌ;) [or this is a particular kind thereof, as appears from what follows: accord. to Golius, nitrum and aphronitrum: but] it is of four kinds; مَائِىٌّ [or the water-kind], and جَبَلِىٌّ [or the mountain-kind], and أَرْمَنِىٌّ [or Armenian], and مِصْرِىٌّ [or Egyptian], which is the نَطْرُون [q. v., i. e. natron]: (K:) the best thereof is the ارمنى; and this is said to be meant by the term when it is used absolutely: this is called also بورقُ الصَّاغَةِ [a term now applied to borax, as is بورق alone, and مِلْحُ الصَّاغَةِ], because it polishes silver well [or because of its use in soldering]: the dust-coloured kind thereof is called بورقُ الخَبَّازِينَ [the بورق of the bakers, or makers of bread]: the نطرون is the red kind thereof: and there is a kind thereof having an oily quality: and a kind consisting of thin butyraceous fragments; and this, if light and hard, is the إِفْرِيقِى: and the best thereof is that which is produced in Egypt: (TA:) bruised, or powdered, the belly is smeared with it, near to a fire, and it expels worms: and moistened with honey or with oil of jasmine, the male organs of generation are anointed with it, for it is excellent for the venereal faculty. (K.) A2: Also A man in whom one does not trust, or confide: pl. بَوَارِقُ. (JK.) بُورِقِىٌّ [or بَوْرَقِىٌّ] A seller of بُورَق [or بَوْرَق]. (TA.) أَبْرَقُ A rope (حَبْل) having two colours; (S, O;) twisted with a black strand and a white strand: (JK:) and in like manner, (JK,) a mountain (جَبَل, JK, K) in which are two colours, (K, TA,) black and white: (TA:) and (so in the S , but in the K “ or,”) anything having blackness and whiteness together. (S, K.) Yousay تَيْسٌ أَبْرَقٌ and عَنْزٌ بَرْقَآءُ [A black and white he-goat and she-goat]: (S, K:) and شَاةٌ بَرْقَآءُ a ewe whose white wool is cleft, or divided, by black flocks [or streaks]: (K:) أَبْرَقُ and بَرْقَآءُ applied to sheep or goats are like أَبْلَقُ and بَلْقَآءُ applied to beasts of the equine kind, and أَبْقَعُ and بَقْعَآءُ to dogs. (Lh, TA.) b2: بَرْقَآءُ is also a name given to An eye; (S, M;) because it has blackness and whiteness mingled in it: (M, TA:) dual بَرْقَاوَانِ. (TA.) And عَيْنٌ بَرْقَآءُ signifies An eye black in the iris, with whiteness [of the rest] of the bulb. (TA.) b3: رَوْضَةٌ بَرْقآءُ A meadorc, or garden, in which are two colours. (TA.) b4: See also بُرْقَةٌ.

in seven places. b5: أَبْرَقُ also signifies A certain bird. (Tekmileh, K.) b6: And [the pl.] بُرْقٌ is used as a name for The [locusts, or crickets, termed] جَنَادِب. (IB, TA.) A2: Also A certain Persian medicine, good for the memory. (Sgh, K.) إِبْرِيقٌ a Persian word, (S, Msb,) arabicized, (S, Msb, K,) originally آبْ رِيزْ (CK [in a MS. copy of the K and in the TA, incorrectly, آب رِي]) [A ewer, such as is used for wine, and also such as is used for water to be poured on the hands; each having a long and slender spout, and a handle;] a well-known vessel; (TA;) a vessel having a spout (Mgh, and Bd and Jel in lvi. 18) and a handle: (Bd and Jel ibid:) accord. to Kr, a كُوز; and so says AHn in one place; but in another he says that it is like a كوز: (TA:) [it is somewhat like a كوز with the addition of a spout:] pl. أَبَارِيقُ (S, Msb) [and sometimes أَبَارِقَةٌ].

A2: A sword such as is termed ↓ بَرَّاق; (K;) i. e. (TA) a sword that shines, gleams, or glistens, much, or intensely: (S, Kr:) or simply a sword: or, as some say, a bow: (JK:) or it signifies also a bow in which are تَلَامِيع [or places differing in colour from the rest, and, app., glistening]: (K:) thus, accord. to Az, in a verse of ' Amr Ibn-Ahmar: but correctly, accord. to Sgh, it has there the first of the significations explained in this sentence: and it is said, also, that سَيْفٌ إِبْرِيقٌ signifies a sword having much lustre, and much diversified with wavy marks or streaks, or in its grain. (TA.) b2: A woman who is beautiful, and splendid, or brilliant, (Lh, JK, K, TA,) in colour [or complexion]: (Lh, TA:) or, as some say, who shows her beauty intentionally. (TA.) [See also بَرَّاقَةٌ (voce بَرَّاقٌ).]

أُبَيْرِقٌ dim. of إِسْتَبْرَقٌ, q. v. (S, K.) إِسْتَبْرَقٌ, (IDrd, S, K, &c.,] sometimes with the conjunctive ا, (TA,) Thick دِيبَاج [or silk brocade]: (Ed-Dahhak, S, K, and so Bd and Jel in xviii. 30, &c.:) or ديباج made [or interwoven] with gold: (K:) or closely-woven, thick, beautiful ديباج made [or interwoven] with gold: (TA:) or closely-woven cloths, or garments, of silk, like ديباج: (IDrd, K:) or thick silk: (IAth, TA:) or a red thong cut from an untanned skin (قِدَّةٌ حَمْرَآءُ), as though it were [composed of] pieces of bow-strings, or chords: (Ibn-' Abbád, K:) it is an arabicized word, (IDrd, S, K,) form إِسْتَرْوَهٌ, (IDrd, K,) which is Syriac; (IDrd, TA;) or from the Persian, (S, TA,) in which سِتَبْر and إِسْتَبْر signify

“ thick,” absolutely, whence سِتَبْرَهْ and إِسْتَبْرَهْ are particularly applied to signify “ thick ديباج, and then the latter is arabicized by substituting ق for the ه: so says Esh-Shiháb El-Khafájee: or the ا and س and ت are augmentative, and it is mentioned in the present art. in the S and K as though this were the case, agreeably with the form of its dim., which is said by J and in the K to be ↓ أُبَيْرِقٌ; for in forming the dim., a word is reduced to its root. (TA.) تَبْروقٌ; pl. تَبَارِيقُ: see بَرِيقَةٌ, in four places.

مَبْرَقٌ [A shining, gleaming, or glistening: or a time thereof]. You say, جَاءَ عِنْدَ مَبْرَقِ الصُّبْحِ [He came at the shining, &c., or at the time of the shining, &c., of the dawn; or] when the dawn shone, or gleamed, or glistened. (K, TA. [In the latter, مبرق is said to be here a meemee inf. n.]) مُبْرِقٌ: see بَرُوقٌ.
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