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1 جَذَا, (S, K,) aor. جَذُوَ, (TA,) inf. n. جَذْوٌ and جُذُوٌّ, (K,) It (a thing, TA) stood firmly; as also ↓ اجذى. (S, K.) You say also, جَذَا عَلَى

شَىْءٍ He [or it, for instance, a stone of those (three in number) upon which a cooking-pot is places, as is implied in the S, (see جَاذٍ,)] remained firm upon a thing. (S.) And جَذَا القُرَادُ فِى جَنْبِ البَعِير The ticks stuck, and clave, to the side of the camel: (ISd, K, TA:) and جذا بِالجَمَلِ clung to the camel. (TA.) b2: I. q. جَثًا [He sat upon his knees; &c.]; (AA, Fr, S, K;) as also ↓ اِجْذَوَى, [in form] like اِرْعَوَى; (TA;) except that جذا is more indicative of keeping to a place: (Kh, TA:) or he stood upon the extremities of his toes: (As, K:) accord. to Th, جُذُوٌّ is [the standing] upon the extremities of the toes; and جُثُوٌّ is [the sitting] upon the knees: (TA:) and accord. to IAar, ↓ جَاذٍ means [a man standing] upon his feet; and جَاثٍ, [one sitting] upon his knees. (S, TA.) Accord. to El-Hasan Ibn-'AbdAllah El-Kátib El-Isbahánee, جَذَا, inf. n. جُذُوٌّ, said of a bird, means He stood upon the extremities of his toes, and warbled, and went round in his warbling; which he does only when seeking the female: and said of a horse, it means he stood upon his toes; and in like manner when said of a man, whether for dancing or for some other purpose. (TA.) A poet says, (S,) namely, En-Noamán Ibn-Nadleh, (TA,) إِذَا شِئْتُ غَنَّتْنِى دَهَاقِينُ قَرْيَةٍ

وَصَنَّاجَةٌ تَجْذُو عَلَى حَرْفِ مَنْسِمِ [When I will, the husbandmen of a village sing to me, and a female player with the cymbals, standing upon the extremity of a toe]. (S, TA: but in the latter, عَلَى كُلِّ مَنْسِمِ [upon every toe].) b3: Also, inf. n. جُذُوٌّ, He, or it, was, or became, erect, and straight; (TA;) and so ↓ اِجْذَوْذَى, inf. n. اِجْذِيذَآءٌ. (Az, TA.) See جَوَاذِ as applied to she-camels, in two places, voce جَاذٍ. b4: It (a camel's hump) bore fat [so that it became elevated]. (K.) b5: جَذَا مَنْخِرَاهُ His nostrils were, or became, raised and extended. (TA.) b6: Er-Rá'ee, describing a strong, or sturdy, she-camel, says, لَمْ يَجْذُ مِرْفَقُهَا فِى الدَّفِ مِنْ زَوَرِ meaning Her elbow did not stand out far from the side by reason of [the distortion termed] زَوَر. (TA.) 4 اجذى: see 1, first sentence. b2: Also He (a young camel) bore fat in his hump. (Ks, S, K.) El-Khansà says, يُجْذِينَ نَيًّا وَلَا يجْذِينَ قِرْدَانَا They bear fat [in their humps], and have not ticks clinging to them. (IB, TA.) A2: He lifted a stone, (AA, S, TA,) in order that he might know thereby his strength. (TA.) One says, ↓ هُمْ يُجْذُونَ حَجَرًا وَيَتَجَاذَوْنَهُ [They lift a stone, in order to prove their strength, and vie, one with another, in lifting it, for that purpose]. (TA.) ↓ تَجَاذٍ, in the lifting of a stone, is like تَجَاث: (S, TA:) تَجَاذَوْا meaning تَرَابَعُوا لِيَرْفَعُوهُ [They vied, one with another, to lift the stone, for trial of strength]. (TA.) b2: اجذى طَرْفَهُ [in the CK, erroneously, طَرَفَهُ,] He raised his eye, or sight, and cast it before him. (K, TA.) 6 تَجَاْذَوَ see 4, in two places.9 اِجْذَوَى: see 1.12 اِجْذَوْذَى: see 1.

جِذْوَةٌ and جُذْوَةٌ and جَذْوَةٌ (S, Msb, K) [A brand, or fire-brand;] i. q. جِذْمَةٌ, (AO, S, K,) i. e. a thick piece of wood, having fire at the end of it or not: (AO, S, in explanation of the first:) or a thick piece of fire-wood, not flaming: (AO, TA, in explanation of جِذْوَةٌ مِنَ النَّارِ:) or a thick stick, one end of which is a live coal: (Aboo-Sa'eed, TA:) or a thick stick upon which fire is taken [by kindling one end]: (ISk, TA:) and a piece (قَبْسَةٌ, K, or قِطْعَةٌ, Har p. 471) of fire: (K, Har:) or a portion of fire-wood that remains after flaming: (Er-Rághib, TA:) and a live coal: (S, K:) or a flaming live coal: (Msb:) or جِذْوَةٌ مِنَ النَّارِ means a piece of live coal; so in the language of all the Arabs: (Mujáhid, S, TA:) pl. [of the first] جِذًى and [of the second]

جُذًى (S, Msb, K) and (of the third, TA) جَذًى (Msb, TA, and so in a copy of the S) and جِذَآءٌ, (AAF, K,) which is held by ISd to be a pl. of the third. (TA.) جُذَآءٌ: see جُدَآءٌ, in art. جدى.

جَاذٍ [part. n. of 1; fem. جَاذِيَةٌ: pl. masc.

جِذَآءٌ; pl. fem. جَاذِيَاتٌ and جَوَاذٍ]. A rájiz says, (S,) namely, 'Amr Ibn-Jebel-El-Asadee, (TA,) لَمْ يُبْقِ مِنْهَا سَبَلُ الرَّذَاذِ غَيْرَ أَثَافِى مِرْجَلٍ جَوَاذِى

i. e. [The continual fine rain left not thereof save the three stones that were the supports of a cooking-pot] remaining firm. (S, TA.) b2: I. q. جَاثٍ

[Sitting upon his knees; &c.]: (Fr, TA:) or sitting upon his heels, with his feet upright, [resting] upon the extremities of his toes: (S:) or standing upon the extremities of the toes: (AA, S:) see also 1: pl. [masc.] جَذَآءٌ. (S) Aboo-Duwád describes mares as جَاذِيَاتٌ عَلَى السَّنَابِكِ, i. e. Standing upon the toes. (AA, S, * TA.) b3: جَوَاذٍ, (K,) applied to she-camels, (TA,) means That bear themselves erect (↓ تَجْذُو) in their course, or pace, as though they lifted their feet clear from the ground; (K, TA;) on the authority of Aboo-Leylà: (TA:) [the last words of the explanation in the K are كَأَنَّهَا تَقْلَعُ: in the TA, كانها تقلع السَّيْرَ: I suppose that السَّيْرَ is for فِى السَّيْرِ; and that the pret. of the aor. here used is قَلِعَ; for قَلِعٌ, which is of the regular form of a part. n. of such a verb as قَلِعَ, means “ raising the feet clear from the ground in walking &c.: ”

but in one copy of the K, I find تُقَلّعُ: and another reading in some work seems to be تُقْلِعُ; for] ISd says, I know not جَذَا with the meaning of أَسْرَعَ nor of أَقْلَعَ: and As says that جَوَاذٍ means quick, or swift, camels, that do not stretch themselves forth in their course, or pace, but bear themselves erect (وَيَنْتَصِبْنَ ↓ يَجْذُونَ). (TA.) مُجْذٍ [act. part. n. of 4]. مِثْلُ الأَرْزَةِ المُجْذِيَةِ عَلَى الأَرْضِ, (S,) or كَالأَرْزَةِ المجذية على وَجْهِ الارض, (TA,) occurring in a trad., (S, TA,) describing the unbeliever, (TA,) means [Like the pine-tree] that is firm (S, TA) and erect [upon the ground]. (TA.) مُجْذَوْذٍ [in the CK, erroneously, المَجْذُوْذِىُّ,] Keeping constantly to the dwelling, or to the camel's saddle and the dwelling, (الرَّحْل and المَنْزِل, AA, S, K,) not quitting it: (AA, S:) like مُجْذَوْذٍ عَلَى الرَّحْلِ. (AA, S) b2: And A man who lowers, or abases, himself; (El-Hejeree, ISd, TA;) as though he clave to the ground by reason of his abjectness; from جَذَا القُرَادُ فِى جَنْبِ البَعِيرِ [q. v.]. (ISd, TA.)
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