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أ1 جَشَأَتْ نَفْسُهُ, (S, K,) aor. جَشَاَ, (K,) inf. n. جُشُوْءٌ, (S, K, KL,) like قُعُودٌ, (TA,) and جَشَآءٌ, (KL, [or جَشَأٌ, so Golius on the authority of the KL,]) [like جَأَشَتْ نَفْسُهُ, and جَاشَتْ,] His soul [or stomach] heaved, by reason of grief or fright: (S, K; and so in the O; but in one copy of the K, by reason of grief or joy: TA:) or [simply] heaved, or rose: (T in art. ثور:) and heaved, or became agitated by a tendency to vomit; (K;) i. q. خَبُثَتْ and لَقِسَتْ: (Sh, TA:) and جَشَأَتْ

إِلَىَّ نَفْسِى My soul [or stomach] heaved, or became agitated by a tendency to vomit, or became heavy, (خَبْثَتْ,) in consequence of pain from something that it disliked. (ISh, TA.) b2: جَشَأَ عَنِ الطَّعَامِ He nauseated food, in consequence of indigestion. (TA.) b3: جَشَأَتِ الغَنَمُ The sheep emitted a sound from their throats. (Lth, K.) b4: جَشَأَتِ الأَرْضُ (tropical:) The earth put forth all its plants, or herbage: like as they say, قَآءَتِ الأَرْضُ أُكْلَهَا [lit. “ the earth vomited her victuals ”]. (TA.) b5: جَشَأَتِ الرِّيَاضُ بِرُبَّاهَا (tropical:) [The meadows, or gardens,] put forth [their good things]. (TA.) b6: جَشَأَتِ البِلَادُ بِأَهْلِهَا (tropical:) [The countries, or towns, &c.,] cast forth [their inhabitants]. (TA.) b7: جَشَأَتِ البِحَارُ بِأَمْوَاجِهَا (tropical:) [The seas] cast forth [their waves]. (TA.) b8: Also جَشَأَ said of the sea, (tropical:) It rushed on, (TA,) grew dark, (K, TA,) and was tumultuous with its waves; (TA;) and [in the CK “ or ”] impended over one. (K, TA.) And in like manner said of the night, (tropical:) It came on suddenly, (TA,) grew dark; (K, TA;) and [in the CK “ or ”] impended over one. (K, TA.) b9: جَشَأَتِ الوَحْشُ (assumed tropical:) The wild animals made a single leap, or spring. (TA.) b10: جَشَأَ القَوْمُ (assumed tropical:) The people, or company of men, went forth from one country, or town, to another. (S, K, TA.) It is said in a trad., جَشَأَتِ الرُّومَ عَلَى عَهْدِ عُمَرَ (assumed tropical:) The Greeks rose, and advanced from their country [in the time of 'Omar]. (TA.) 2 جَشَّاَ see 5.5 تجشّأ, (S,) inf. n. تَجَشُّؤٌ; (S, Mgh, K; [in the CK, التَّجَشُّ is erroneously put for التَّجَشُّؤُ;]) or تَجَشَّى, inf. n. تَجَشٍّ; (Msb;) and ↓ جشّأ, (S,) inf. n. تَجْشِئَةٌ; (S, K;) both signify alike; (S;) He eructed, or belched; i. e., emitted a sound accompanied with wind, from his mouth, on an occasion of satiation of the stomach, (Mgh, Msb,) intentionally: (Mgh:) or it (the stomach) emitted wind (K, TA) on an occasion of its impletion with food or drink. (TA.) 8 اجتشأ البِلَادَ, and اِجْتَشَأَ البِلَادُ (assumed tropical:) [He found the country to disagree with him, and] the country disagreed with him. (S, K.) جَشْءٌ A light bow: (S, K:) or a bow that makes a ringing sound: (Lth, TA:) or a light rod of the tree called نَبْع: (As, S:) pl. أَجْشَآءُ, (K,) anomalous, and asserted by IHsh to be rare, (TA,) and جَشَآتٌ. (K: in the CK, جَشْآتٌ.) b2: سَهْمٌ جَشْءٌ A light arrow. (Yaakoob, TA.) A2: A large number (IAar, K, TA) of men, and of cattle. (IAar, TA.) جُشْأَةٌ: see جُشَآءٌ. b2: Also (tropical:) Daybreak: [or,] accord. to 'Alee Ibn-Hamzeh, the blowing of the wind at daybreak. (TA.) جُشَأَةٌ: see جُشَآءٌ, in two places.

قَوْسٌ جَشْأَى A ringing bow. (TA. [See also جَشَّآءُ, voce أَجَشُّ, in art. جش.]) جُشَآءٌ A belch; i. e., a sound accompanied with wind, from the mouth, on an occasion of satiation of the stomach; (Mgh, Msb;) a subst. from 5; (As, S, Msb, K;) as also ↓ جُشَأَةٌ (S, K) and ↓ جُشْأَةٌ: (K: but the first and last of these three words are omitted in some copies of the K:) or ↓ the second of these three words, accord. to some, is a superlative epithet, signifying a great, or frequent, belcher. (MF.) b2: Also (assumed tropical:) An invasion of the night, and of the sea. (K, TA.) The torrent and the night (السَّيْلُ وَاللَّيْلُ) are called الأَعْمَيَانِ [the two blind things] because their invasion is vehement. (TA.)
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