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659. جرف18 660. جرل9 661. جرم23 662. جرموق1 663. جرن19 664. جرو8665. جرى7 666. جز5 667. جزأ12 668. جزر16 669. جزع17 670. جزف15 671. جزل14 672. جزم13 673. جزى8 674. جس4 675. جسأ8 676. جسد14 677. جسر15 678. جسم15 679. جسو5 680. جش5 681. جشأ13 682. جشب10 683. جشر14 684. جشع13 685. جشم14 686. جشن8 687. جص4 688. جظ3 689. جعب13 690. جعد14 691. جعر16 692. جعس10 693. جعف9 694. جعفد2 695. جعفر6 696. جعل16 697. جعمس4 698. جف5 699. جفأ12 700. جفر15 701. جفل13 702. جفن15 703. جفو10 704. جل5 705. جلب20 706. جلح16 707. جلد16 708. جلس14 709. جلسد4 710. جلف15 711. جلق8 712. جلم14 713. جلمح2 714. جلمد8 715. جلنار1 716. جله9 717. جلهق5 718. جلو10 719. جلى3 720. جم7 721. جمح16 722. جمد14 723. جمر18 724. جمز16 725. جمس17 726. جمش11 727. جمع20 728. جمل19 729. جمن12 730. جمهر14 731. جن6 732. جنأ10 733. جنب20 734. جنث6 735. جنح16 736. جند16 737. جندب4 738. جندر4 739. جندل7 740. جنز13 741. جنس15 742. جنف20 743. جنق4 744. جنك3 745. جنو3 746. جنى6 747. جهد16 748. جهر17 749. جهز16 750. جهش13 751. جهض12 752. جهل14 753. جهم14 754. جهنم10 755. جو4 756. جوأ5 757. جوالق2 758. جوب19 Prev. 100
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4 أَجْرَتْ [in its primary sense app. signifies She (a bitch, and any female beast of prey,) whelped; or had a whelp, or whelps: see مُجْرٍ. (Accord. to Golius, as on the authority of J, Cum fœtu abiit vel asportavit eum fera: but I have not found it in any copy of the S, nor in any other lexicon.) b2: And hence,] said of a tree (شَجَرَةٌ), It had upon it [fruits such as are termed] جِرَآء [pl. of جِرْوٌ]; (As, TA;) said [ for instance] of a مَوْزَة [or banana-tree]: (AHn, TA in art. موز:) and [in like manner] said of a herb, or leguminous plant, (بَقْلَةٌ,) it had جِرَآء; (K in art. جرى; [in the CK, erroneously, جَراء;]) belonging to the present art., not to art. جرى. (TA.) جِرْوٌ and جُرْوٌ and جَرْوٌ (of which the first is the most chaste, Msb) The whelp, or young one, of the dog, (S, Msb, K,) [and so, app., ↓ جِرْوَةٌ, q. v.,] and of the lion, (K,) and of any beast of prey: (S, Msb:) pl. [of pauc.] أَجْرٍ, (S, K,) originally أَجْرُوٌ, (S,) and أَجْرِيَةٌ (Lh, K) and أَجْرَآءٌ (K) and [of mult.] جِرَآءٌ; (S, K;) أَجْرِيَةٌ, as pl. of جرو, being anomalous; (TA;) or it is pl. of جِرَآءٌ [and therefore not anomalous]. (S, TA.) b2: And the same, (K,) or the first of these, (S, El-Bári', Msb, TA,) only, (TA,) (tropical:) The small of anything, (El-Bári', Msb, K, TA,) as also ↓ جِرْوَةٌ; (TA;) even, (K,) of the colocynth, (As, S, K,) and of the melon, and the like; (K;) as, for instance, (TA,) of the pomegranate, (S, TA,) and of the poppy, (AHn, TA in art. عتر,) and of the بَاذَنْجَان, (TA,) and of the cucumber, (S, TA,) as also ↓ جِرْوَةٌ, (S, Msb,) likened to the whelps of dogs, because of their softness and smoothness: (Msb:) or what is round of the fruits of trees; as the colocynth and the like: (TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أجْرٍ (Msb, K, TA [in the CK, erroneously, اَجْرُؤٌ]) and [of mult.] جِرَآءٌ. (As, Msb, K.) b3: (assumed tropical:) Fruit when it first grows forth, (AHn, K,) in its fresh, juicy, state. (AHn, TA.) b4: (assumed tropical:) The seeds, (M, TA,) or envelope, or receptacle, of the seeds, (K,) of the كَعَابِير [app. meaning the round and compact pericarps (in some of the copies of the K, erroneously, as is observed in the TA, عكابير,)] that are at the heads of branches. (M, K.) b5: (tropical:) A tumour in a camel's hump; and in the withers; so called by way of comparison [to a whelp]: (TA:) and in the fauces. (K.) b6: See also what next follows, last sentence.

جِرْوَةٌ: see جِرْوٌ, in three places. A huntsman beat, or disciplined, or trained, his dog for the purpose of the chase (ضَرَبَهُ عَلَى الصَّيْدِ); and thereupon it was said, ضَرَبَ جِرْوَتَهُ [app. meaning He beat, or disciplined, or trained, his whelp]: and hence this phrase became proverbially used, in instances here following. (Z, TA.) b2: I. q.

نَفْسٌ [as meaning Self]. (TA.) You say, ضَرَبَ عَلَيْهِ جِرْوَتَهُ, meaning (assumed tropical:) He disposed and subjected himself to it; (S, TA;) namely, a thing, an affair, or a case: and he endured it with patience: and in like manner, ضَرَبَ جِرْوَةَ نَفْسِهِ: (TA:) and أَلْقَى فُلَانٌ جرْوَتَهُ he endured the thing with patience. (S, TA.) Also ضَرَبْتُ جِرْوَتِى عَنْهُ (assumed tropical:) I endured with patience the want, or loss, of it: (TA:) or my mind became at ease [respecting it]. (AA, IB, TA.) A2: Also (K, TA, [in the CK ↓ جِرْوٌ,]) (tropical:) A short she-camel. (K, TA.) مُجْرٍ and مُجْرِيَةٌ applied to a bitch, (S, K,) and a female beast of prey, (TA,) Having a whelp, or young one: (K:) or having with her her whelps, or young ones. (S.) El-Aalam says, لَحْمِى إِلَى أَجْرٍ حَوَاشِبْ وَتَجُرُّ مُجْرِيَةٌ لَهَا And a hyena having young ones shall drag for her my flesh to young ones with swollen bellies, and short. (Skr p. 57.)
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