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

Book Home Page
الصفحة الرئيسية للكتاب
Number of entries in this book
عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4952
671. جزل14 672. جزم13 673. جزى8 674. جس4 675. جسأ8 676. جسد14677. 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 759. جوح16 760. جود16 761. جوذاب1 762. جور16 763. جوز16 764. جوس13 765. جوسق2 766. جوش9 767. جوشن2 768. جوع16 769. جوف16 770. جول16 Prev. 100




1 جَسِدَ, aor جَسَدَ (S, K,) inf.n. جَسَدٌ. (S, KL,) It (blood) stuck, or adhere, (S K, KL,) بِهِ [to him, or it]: (S, K:) and it (blood) became dry. (KL.) 4 أُجْسِدَ It (a garment) was made to stick, or adhere, to the جَسَد [or body]. (Fr, S.) b2: Also, inf. n. إِجْسَادٌ, It (a garment) was dyed so that it stood up by reason of [the thickness of ] the dye. (ISK, S.) [See مُجْسَدٌ.]5 تجسّد from الجَسَدُ is like تجسّم from الجِسْمُ: (S:) [apparently signifying He became, or assumed, a جَسَد, or body; or became corporeal, or incarnate; and thus it is used by late writers, and in the present day: but تجسّم generally signifies he became corpulent: accord. to the TA, تجسّد, said of a man, is like تجسّم: accord, to the KL, the former signifies he became possessed of a body: accord. to the PS, he became corporeal, or corpulent.]

جَسَدٌ The body, with the limbs or members, [or whole person,] of a human being, and of a jinnee (or genie), and of an angel: (El-Bári', L, Msb, K:) it is thus applied only to the body of a rational animal; (El-Bári', Msb;) to no body that is nourished with food except that of a human being; but to the body of every rational creature that neither eats nor drinks, such as the genii and the angels: (L:) [the genii, however, are commonly believed to eat and drink:] or, accord. to ISd, it seems to be applied to a body other than that of a human being tropically: (TA:) the [golden] calf of the Children of Israel cried, but did not eat nor drink; [wherefore it is termed جسد;] and in the Kur [vii. 146 and xx. 90], جَسَدًا is a substitute for عِجْلًا, or it may be meant for ذَا جَسَدٍ: (L:) [but see another explanation of جسدا, as there used, below:] or جَسَدٌ is syn. with بَدَنٌ [which is generally held to signify the body without the head and arms and legs]: (S, A:) the pl. is أَجْسَادٌ. (Lh, Msb, TA.) Lh mentions the saying, إِنَّهَا لَحَسَنَةُ الأَجْسَادِ [Verily she is beautiful in respect of body]; as though the sing. of which the pl. is thus used were applied to every separate part. (TA.) A2: Saffron; (S, Msb, K) as also ↓ جِسَادٌ: (Lth, IAar, ISk, S, A, Msb, K:) or a similar dye: (S:) and ↓ the latter signifies also a similar dye; (Lth, Msb,) red, or intensely yellow: (Lth, TA:) or bastard saffron; syn. عُصْفُرٌ; (Msb;) and so the former word. (L.) b2: Also, (S, L, Msb, K,) and ↓جَسِدٌ (L, K) and ↓ جَاسِدٌ (L, Msb, K) and ↓ جَسِيدٌ (L, K) and ↓ جِسَادٌ, (R,) (assumed tropical:) Blood; (S;) as also ↓ مُجْسَدٌ, as being likened to saffron: (Ham p. 215:) or dry blood: (R, L, Msb, K:) pl. of the first as above. (Ham p. 127.) b3: Some say that عِجْلًا جَسَدًا, in the Kur, [in two verses referred to above,] meansA red golden calf. (S.) جَسِدٌ: see جَسَدٌ: A2: and see also جَاسِدٌ.

جِسَادٌ: see جَسَدٌ, in three places.

جَسِيدٌ: see جَسَدٌ.

جَاسِدٌ Blood sticking to (بِ) a person; as also ↓. (S.) A2: See also جَسَدٌ.

جَلْسَدٌ (L, K in art. جلسد) and الجَلْسَدُ (S, L, K, TA, in the CK الجَلَّسَدُ) the name of A certain idol, (S, L, K,) which was worshipped in the time of paganism: (L:) the ل is an augmentative letter accord. to J and most of the leading lexicologists; but F disapproves of the mention of the word in this art. (TA.) مُجْسَدٌ Red. (S.) b2: Also, (S, Msb, K,) and sometimes ↓ مِجْسَدٌ, (IF, Msb,) and ↓ مُجَسَّدٌ, (K,) A garment dyed with saffron: (K:) or with bastard saffron: (IAth, TA:) dyed with جِسَاد: (IF, Msb:) or saturated with dye: (S:) or one says, عَلَى فُلَانٍ ثَوْبٌ مُشْبَعٌ مِنَ الصِبْغِ [Upon such a one is a garment saturated with dye]; and عَلَيْهِ ثَوْبٌ مُفْدَمٌ [Upon him is a garment saturated with red dye]; and when it is standing up by reason of [the thickness of] the dye, it is termed مُجْسَدٌ: (ISK, S:) the pl. of this word is مَجَاسِدُ. (S.) b3: See also what next follows: b4: and see جَسَدٌ.

مِجْسَدٌ, (S, A, K,) or ↓ مُجْسَدٌ, (A,) the latter is the original form, because it is from أُجْسِدَ, meaning, "it was made to stick, or adhere, to the body,” (Fr, S,) like مِطْرَفٌ and مُطْرَفٌ, and مِصْحَفٌ and مُصْحَفٌ, (Fr, TA,) A garment worn next the body (IAar, S, A, K) by a woman, so that she sweats in it: (TA:) and a garment worn next the body dyed with saffron: (A:) pl. مَجَاسِدُ. (IAar, A.) [Hence,] لَا يَخْرُجَنَّ إِلَى المَسَاجِدِ فِى

المَجَاسِدِ (IAar, A) They (women) shall by no means go forth to the mosques in the shirts that are next the body. (IAar.) b2: See also مُجْسَدٌ.

مُجَسَّدٌ: see مُجْسَدٌ.
You are viewing Lisaan.net in filtered mode: only posts belonging to William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن are being displayed.