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1 بَسَطَهُ, (M, Msb, K,) aor. بَسُطَ, (M, TA,) inf. n. بَسْطٌ, (S, M, Msb,) contr. of تَبْسيِطٌ; (M, TA;) as also ↓بسّطهُ, (M,* TA,) inf. n. تَبْسيِطٌ. (TA.) [As such,] He spread it; spread it out, or forth; expanded it; extended it; (S, Msb, K, B;) as also ↓بسّطهُ: (K:) and he made it wide, or ample: these are the primary significations; and sometimes both of them may be conceived; and sometimes, one of them: and the verb is also used, metaphorically, as relating to anything which cannot be conceived as composed or constructed: (B:) and بَصْطٌ is the same as بَسْطٌ, (S, and K in art. بصط,) in all its meanings. (K.) You say, بَسَطَ الثَّوْبَ [He spread, spread out, expanded, or unfolded, the garment, or piece of cloth]. (Msb.) And بَسَطَ رِجْلَهُ (tropical:) [He stretched forth, or extended, his leg]. (TA.) And بَسَطَ ذِرَاعَيْهِ, and ↓بَسَّطَهُمَا, (assumed tropical:) He spread his fore arms upon the ground; the doing of which [in prostrating oneself] in prayer is forbidden. (TA.) And بَسَطَ يَدَهُ (M, Msb, K) (tropical:) He stretched forth, or extended, his arm, or hand; (M, K;) as in the saying بَسَطَ إِلِىَّ يَدَهُ بِمَا أُحِبُّ وَأَكْرَهُ (tropical:) [He stretched forth, or extended, towards me his arm, or hand, with, i. e. to do to me, what I liked and disliked]: (M, TA: *) or he stretched forth his hand opened. (Msb.) It is said in the Kur [v. 31], لَئِنْ بَسَطْتَ إِلَىَّ يَدَكَ لِتَقْتُلَنِي (assumed tropical:) [Assuredly if thou stretch forth towards me thy hand to slay me]. (M, TA.) بَسْطُ اليَدِ and الكَفِّ is sometimes used to denote assaulting and smiting: [as in the last of the exs. given above; and] as in the words of the Kur [lx. 2], وَيَبُسُطُوا إِلَيْكُمْ أَيْدِيَهُمْ وَأَلْسِنَتَهُمْ بِالسُّوْءِ (tropical:) [And they will stretch forth towards you their hands and their tongues with evil]; (TA;) i. e., by slaying, (Bd, Jel,) and smiting, (Jel,) and reviling. (Bd, Jel.) And sometimes to denote giving liberally: (TA:) [as in] بَسَطَ يَدَهُ فِى الإَنْفَاقِ (tropical:) He [stretched forth his hand, opened, or] was liberal or bountiful or munificent [in expenditure]: (Msb:) see بَسِيطٌ, below. (TA.) And sometimes to denote taking, or taking possession, or seizing: as in the saying, (TA,) بُسِطَتْ يَدُهُ عَلَيْهِ (tropical:) [His hand was stretched forth against him]; i. e. he was made to have dominion over him by absolute force and power. (K, TA.) And sometimes to denote seeking, or demanding: [as in بَسَطَ كَفَّيْهِ فِى الدُّعَآءِ (tropical:) He expanded his two hands in supplication; a common action, in which the two hands are placed together like an open book upon a desk before the face, in supplicating God:] see بَاسِطٌ, below. (TA.) b2: [And hence,] بَسَطْتُ لَهُ أَمْرِى (tropical:) I displayed, or laid open, to him my state, or case, or affair; syn. فَرَشْتُهُ إِيَّاهُ: (A in art. فرش:) and أَمْرَهُ [his state, &c.]. (TA in that art.) b3: [Hence also,] اَللّٰهُ يَبْسُطُ الأَرْوَاحَ فِى الأَجْسَادِ عِنْدَ الحَيَاةِ (assumed tropical:) [God diffuses the souls in the bodies at the time of their being animated]. (TA.) b4: [Hence also,] بَسَطَ اللّٰهُ الرِّزْقَ (assumed tropical:) God multiplied, or made abundant, and amplified, enlarged, or made ample or plentiful, the means of subsistence. (Msb, K. *) It is said in the Kur [ii. 246], وَاللّٰهُ يَبِضُ وَيَبْسُطُ (Msb and TA in art. قبض, q. v.) and you say, بَسَطَ عَلَيْهِمُ العَدْلَ (tropical:) [He largely extended to them equity, or justice]; as also ↓بسّطهُ. (TA.) b5: [Hence also,] فُلَانٌ يَبْسُطُ عَبِيدَهُ ثُمَّ يَقْبِضُهُمْ (tropical:) [Such a one enlarges the liberty of his slaves; then abridges their liberty]. (A in art. قبض.) b6: [Hence also, بَسَطَ وَجْهَهُ (assumed tropical:) It unwrinkled, as though it dilated, his countenance: see 7. and بَسَطَ قَلْبَهُ (assumed tropical:) It dilated his heart: see remarks on قَبْضٌ and بَسْطٌ, as used by certain of the Soofees, near the end of 1 in art. قبض. And] بَسَطَهُ, alone, [signifies the same; or] (tropical:) it rejoiced him; rendered him joyous, or cheerful: (M, K, TA:) because, when a man is rejoiced, his countenance becomes unwrinkled (يَنْبَسِطُ), and he becomes changed [and cheerful] in [its] complexion: it is wrongly said, by MF, to be not tropical: that it is tropical is asserted by Z, in the A: MF also says that it is not post-classical; and in this he is right; for it occurs in a saying of Mohammad: thus in a trad. respecting Fátimeh, يَبْسُطُنِى مَا يَبْسُطُهَا What rejoices her rejoices me: (TA:) [see also قَبَضَهُ, where this saying is cited according to another relation:] ↓أَبْسَطَنِى [as signifying (tropical:) it rejoiced me] is a mistake of the vulgar [obtaining in the present day]. (TA.) b7: [Hence also,] الخَيْرُ يَقْبِضُهُ وَالشَّرُّ يَبْسُطُهُ (tropical:) [Wealth makes him closefisted, tenacious, or niggardly; and poverty makes him open-handed, liberal, or generous]. (A in art. قبض.) b8: [Hence also,] بُسَطَ مِنْ فُلَانٍ (tropical:) He rendered such a one free from shyness, or aversion: (S, O, K, TA:) he emboldened him; incited him to [that kind of presumptuous boldness which is termed] دَالَّة. (Har p. 155.) [In the CK, بَسَطَ فُلاناً من فُلانٍ is erroneously put for بَسَطَ فُلَانٌ مِنْ فُلَانص] b9: [Hence also,] بَسَطَ اللّٰهُ فُلَانًا عَلَىَّ (tropical:) God made, or judged, such a one to excel me. (Z, Sgh, K, TA.) b10: [Hence also,] بَسَطَ المَكَانُ القَوْمَ (tropical:) The place was sufficiently wide, or ample, for the people, or company of men. (K, TA.) And هٰذَا فِرَاشٌ يَبْسُطُكَ (tropical:) This is a bed ample, (S, K,) or sufficiently wide for thee. (A.) And فَرَشَ لِى فِرَاشاً لَا يَبْسُطُنِى He spread for me a bed [not wide enough for me, or] that was [too] narrow [for me], (ISk, S.) b11: [Hence also,] بَسَطَ العُدْرَ, (K,) aor. as above, (TA,) and so the inf. n., (S, TA,) (tropical:) He accepted, or admitted, the excuse. (S, K, TA.) b12: All these significations of the verb are ramifications of that first mentioned above. (TA.) A2: بَسَطَ, aor. بَسُطَ, (M, K,) inf. n. بَسَاطَةٌ, (M,) (assumed tropical:) He was, or became, free, or unconstrained, (مُنْبَسِطٌ,) with his tongue. (M, K.) 2 بَسَّطَ see 1, in four places.3 باسطهُ, inf. n. مُبَاسَطَةٌ and بِسَاطٌ (tropical:) [He conversed, or acted, with him without shyness, or aversion; boldly; in a free and easy manner; or cheerfully]: (TA:) he met him laughingly, or smilingly, so as to show his teeth. (So accord. to an expl. of the latter of the two inf. ns. in the TA.) [See كَاشَرَهُ.] You say also, بَيْنَهُمَا مُبَاسَطَةٌ (tropical:) [Between them two is conversation, or behaviour, free from shyness, or aversion; bold; free and easy; or cheerful]. (TA.) 4 أَبْسَطَ see 1, latter half.5 تَبَسَّطَ see 7. b2: تبسّط فِى البِلَادِ (assumed tropical:) He journeyed far and wide in the countries. (S, TA.) b3: خَرَجَ يَتَبَسَّطُ (assumed tropical:) He went forth betaking himself to the gardens and green fields: from بَسَاطٌ signifying

"land having sweet-smelling plants." (TA.) 7 انبسط quasi-pass. of بَسَطَهُ; as also ↓تبسّط is of بَسَّطَهُ; both signifying It became spread or spread out or forth, or it spread or spread out or forth; it became expanded, or it expanded, or it expanded itself; it became extended, or it extended, or it extended itself: [&c.]. (M, K, TA.) Yousay, انبسط الشَّيْءُ عَلَى الأَرْضِ [The thing became spread or spread out, &c., upon the ground]. (S.) And انبسط النَّهَارُ The day became advanced, the sun being high: it became long: (M, K, TA:) and in like manner one uses the verb in relation to other things. (M, TA.) b2: [And hence, (assumed tropical:) He expatiated. b3: And] انبسط وَجْهُهُ (assumed tropical:) [His countenance became unwrinkled, as though dilated; i. e. it became open, or cheerful; and so انبسط alone; or he became open, or cheerful, in countenance, as is said in the KL.]. (TA.) [And انبسط, alone, (tropical:) He became dilated in heart; or he rejoiced; or became joyous, or cheerful: see بَسَطَهُ.] b4: [Hence also,] انبسط (tropical:) He left shyness, or aversion; he became free therefrom: (S, TA:) he was, or became, bold, forward, presumptuous, or arrogant: (KL, PS:) he became emboldened, and incited to [that kind of presumptuous boldness which is termed] دَالَّة. (Har p. 155.) And انبسط إِلَيْهِ (tropical:) [He was open, or unreserved, to him in conversation: and he acted towards him, or behaved to him, without shyness or aversion; or with boldness, forwardness, presumptuousness, or arrogance: and he applied himself to it (namely, an affair,) with boldness, forwardness, presumptuousness, or arrogance.] (TA.) بَسْطٌ, as signifying A certain intoxicating thing, [a preparation of hemp,] is post-classical. (TA.) بُسْطٌ: see بَسِيطٌ, in seven places.

بِسْطٌ: see بَسِيطٌ, in seven places.

بُسُطٌ: see بَسِيطٌ, in seven places.

بَسْطَةٌ Width, or ampleness; syn. سَعَةٌ: (S, Sgh, Msb:) and length, or height: (Sgh:) pl. بِسَاطٌ: (Sgh:) and increase: or redundance, or excess: (TA:) and, (M, K,) as also ↓بُسْطَةٌ, (K,) excel-lence; (M, K;) in science and in body: (M:) or in science, expatiation, or dilatation: (K:) or profit to oneself and others: (TA:) and in body, height, or tallness; and perfection, or completeness. (K.) It is said in the Kur [ii. 24], وَزَادَهُ بَسَطَةً فِى العِلْمِ الجِسْمِ [And hath increased him in excellence, &c., in respect of science, or knowledge, and body]: (M,TA:) Zeyd Ibn-'Alee here read ↓بُسْطَةً. (TA.) b2: [An arm's length.] See بَاسِطٌ b3: اِمْرَأَةٌ بَسْطَةٌ. A woman beautiful and sleek in body: and in like manner, ظَبْيَةٌ a gazelle that is so. (M.) بُسْطَةٌ: see بَسْطَةٌ, in two places.

أُذُنٌ بَسْطَآءُ (tropical:) A wide and large ear. (M, K, TA.) بُسْطِىٌّ A seller of بُسْط [or carpets, &c.]: pl. بُسْطِيُّونَ. (TA, but only the pl. is there mentioned and explained.) بَسْطَانُ: see بَسِيطٌ بُسْطَانٌ: see بَسِيطٌ بَسَاطٌ Land (أَرْض) expanded and even; as also ↓ بَسِيطَةٌ: (M, K:) and wide, or spacious; (AO, S, K;) as also ↓ بِسَاطٌ, (Fr, K,) in his explanation of which Fr adds, in which nothing is obtained; (TA;) and ↓ بَسِيطٌ; (K;) and ↓ بَسِيطَةٌ: (AO, K:) and in like manner, a place; (S, TA;) as also ↓ بِسِاطٌ; (TA;) and ↓ بَسِيطٌ: (S, TA;) and land in which are sweet-smelling plants: (TA:) or ↓بَسِيطةٌ is a subst., (IDrd, M,) as some say, (M,) and signifies the earth. (IDrd, M, Msb, K.) You say, وَسَعَة ↓نَحْنُ فِى بِسَاطٍ (tropical:) [We are in an ample and a plentiful state]. (TA.) And بَيْنَنَا وَبَيْنَ المَآءِ مِيلٌ بساطٌ [the last word thus, without any vowel-sign to the ب] (assumed tropical:) Between us and the water is a long mile. (TA.) [See also بَاسِطٌ.] And مِثْلُ فُلَانٍ ↓مَا عَلَى البَسِيطَةِ There is not upon the earth the like of such a one. (TA.) And ↓ذَهَبَ فِى بُسَيْطَةَ, a dim., imperfectly decl., He (a man, TA) went away in the earth, or land. (A, O, L, K.) b2: Also A great cooking-pot. (Sgh, K.) بِسَاطٌ A thing that is spread or spread out or forth; (S, M, K, B;) whatever it be; a subst. applied thereto: (B:) [and particularly a carpet; which is meant by its being said to be] a certain thing well known; the word being of the measure فِعَالٌ in the sense of the measure مَفْعُولٌ, like كِتَابٌ in the sense of مَكْتُوبٌ, and فِرَاشٌ in the sense of مَفْرُوشٌ, &c.: (Msb:) pl. [of mult.] بُسُطٌ (M, Msb, K) and بُسْطٌ and [of pauc.] أَبْسطَةٌ. (TA.) b2: See also بَسِيطٌ; near the middle of the paragraph. b3: اِنْبَرَى لِطَىِّ بِسَاطِهِ. is a phrase meaning (assumed tropical:) He hastened to cut short his speech. (Har p. 280.) A2: Also The leaves of the tree called سَمُر that fall upon a garment, or piece of cloth, spread for them, the tree being beaten. (M, K.) A3: See also بَسَاطٌ, in three places.

بَسِيطَ, and بَسِيطَةٌ: see بَسَاطٌ, in six places. b2: وَقَعَ الغَيْثُ بَسِيطًا مُتَدَارِكًا The rain fell spreading widely upon the earth, continuously, or consecutively. (TA.) b3: فُلَانٌ بَسِيطُ الجِسْمِ (assumed tropical:) [Such a one is tall of body]. (S, TA.) b4: بَسِيطُ الوَجْهِ (tropical:) A man (M) having the countenance [unwrinkled, or] bright with joy: (M, K, TA:) pl. بُسُطٌ (M, K. *) b5: بَسِيطُ اليَدَيْنِ (tropical:) A man large, or extensive, in beneficence; (M, TA;) liberal, bountiful: (K, TA:) pl. بُسُطٌ: (M, K:) [and so] بَسِيطُ البَاعِ (S,) [and] البَاعِ ↓ مُنْبَسِطُ. (TA.) And ↓ يَدُهُ بِسْطٌ (S, K,) like طِحْنٌ in the sense of مَطْحُونٌ, and قِطْفٌ in the sense of مَقْطُوفٌ, (TA,) and ↓ بُسُطٌ (Z, K,) like أُنُفٌ and سُجُحٌ, (Z,) and (Z, K) by contraction, (Z,) ↓بُسْطٌ, (Z, K,) and ↓مَبْسُوطَةٌ, (TA,) (tropical:) His hand is liberal; syn. مُطْلَقَةٌ, (S, K, TA,) and طَلْقٌ; (TA;) or he is large in expenditure. (TA.) It is said in the Kur [v. 69], بَلْ

↓يَدَاهُ مَبْسُوطَتَانِ; (TA;) and accord. to one reading, ↓بِسْطَانِ; (S, K;) and accord. to another, with damm, [as though it were ↓ بُسْطَانِ,] (Z, K, TA,) [but it is said that] in this case it is used as an inf. n., [and therefore ↓بُسْطَانٌ, for an inf. n. is applied as an epithet to a dual and a pl. subst. without alteration,] like غُفْرانٌ and رُضْوَانٌ; or, accord. to some, it is most probably [↓بَسْطَانُ,] like رَحْمَانُ; and Talhah Ibn-Musarrif read

↓بِسَطَانِ: (TA:) the meaning is, (tropical:) Nay, his hands are liberal, or bountiful; the phrase being a simile; for in this case there is no hand, nor any stretching forth. (TA.) And it is said in a trad., لِمُسِىْءِ النَّهَارِ حَتَّى يَتُوبَ ↓يَدَا اللّٰهِ بُسْطَانِ بِاللَّيْلِ وَلِمُسِىْءِ اللَّيْلِ حَتَّى يَتُوبَ بِالنَّهَارِ, (K, * TA,) or, accord. to one relation, ↓ بِسْطَانِ, (TA,) meaning (tropical:) God is liberal in forgiveness to the evil-doer of the day-time until he repent [in the night, and to the evil-doer of the night-time until he repent in the day]: for a king is said to be اليَدِ↓مَبْسُوطُ when he is (tropical:) liberal in his gifts by command and by sign, although he gives nothing thereof with his hand, nor stretches it forth with them at all. (Sgh. TA.) b6: بَسِيطٌ also signifies اللّسَانِ↓مُنْبَسِطُ, (Lth,) or مُنْبَسِطٌ بِلِسَانِهِ, (M, K,) (assumed tropical:) [Free, or unconstrained, in tongue, or with his tongue,] applied to a man: (M:) fem. with ة. (K.) b7: البَسِيطُ is also the name of A certain kind of metre of verse; (S, M, * K;) namely, the third; the measure of which consists of مُسْتَفْعِلُنْ فَاعِلُنْ eight [a mistake for four] times: (K:) so called because of the extension of its أَسْبَاب, commencing with a سَبَب immediately followed by another سَبَب, as is said by Aboo-Is-hák. (M.) b8: [بَسِيطٌ is also used in philosophy as signifying (assumed tropical:) Simple; uncompounded.]

بَسِيطَةٌ, as an epithet; and as a subst.: see بَسَاطٌ, in four places. b2: [In philosophy, (assumed tropical:) A simple element: pl. بَسَائِطُ.]

ذَهَبَ فِى بُسَيْطَةَ: see بَسَاطٌ.

بَاسِطٌ act. part. n. of بَسَطَ. b2: It is said in the Kur [vi. 93], وَالمَلَائِكَةُ بَاسِطُوا أَيْدِيهِمْ, meaning (tropical:) The angels being made to have dominion over them by absolute force and power (K, * TA.) And again, in the Kur [xiii. 15], كَبَاسِطِ كَفَّيْهِ

إِلَى المَآءِ لِيَبْلُغَ (tropical:) Like the supplicator of water, making a sign to it [with his two hands], in order that it may [reach his mouth, and so] answer his prayer; (K, * TA;) or, but it will not answer his prayer. (O, TA.) b3: البَاسِطُ (assumed tropical:) God, who amplifies, or enlarges, or makes ample or plentiful, the means of subsistence, to whomsoever He will, (K, TA,) by his liberality and his mercy: (TA:) or who diffuses (يَبْسُطُ) the souls in the bodies at the time of [their] being animated. (TA.) b4: مَآءٌ بَاسِطٌ (tropical:) Water that is distant from the herbage, or pasturage, (M, K, TA,) but less so than what is termed مُطْلِبٌ. (M, TA.) and خَمْسٌ بَاسِطٌ (assumed tropical:) A difficult [journey of the kind termed] خِمْسَ [i. e. of five days, whereof the second and third and fourth are without water]; syn. بَائِصٌ. (Sgh, K.) And عُقْبَةٌ بَاسِطَةٌ (ISK, S, M, K [in the CK, erroneously, عَقَبَةٌ]) (assumed tropical:) [A stage of a journey, or march or journey from one halting-place to another,] that is far, or distant, (ISk, S,) or long: (TA:) or in which are two nights to the water. (M, K.) You say, سِرْنَا عُقْبَةً بَاسِطَةً (assumed tropical:) [We journeyed a stage, &c.,] that was far, or distant, or long. (ISk, S, * TA.) b5: رَكِيَّةٌ قَامَةٌ بَاسِطَةٌ, [in the CK,] and قامَةُ باسِطَةٌ, as a prefixed n. with its complement imperfectly decl., as though they made it determinate, i. q. ↓قَامَةٌ وَبَسْطَةٌ [A well measuring, or of the depth of, a man's stature and an arm's length]. (O, K.) AZ says, حَفَرَ الرَّجُلُ قَامَةً بَاسِطَةً

The man dug to the depth of his stature and his arm's length (L, TA.) مَبْسَطٌ Width, or extent; syn. مُتَّسَعٌ: (K:) as in the phrase بَلَدٌ عَرِيضُ المَبْسَطِ [A region wide in extent]. (TA.) [See also بَسْطَةٌ.]

مَبْسُوطُ اليَدِ: and يَدَهُ مَبْسُوطَةٌ, and يَدَاهُ مَبْسُوطَتَانِ: see بَسِيطٌ.

مُنْبَسِطُ البَاعِ: and مُنْبَسِطُ اللِّسَانِ: see بَسِيطٌ.
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