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

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791. حب7 792. حبر18 793. حبس17 794. حبش16 795. حبط14 796. حبق17797. حبك18 798. حبل18 799. حبن15 800. حبو12 801. حبى1 802. حت8 803. حتد9 804. حتر11 805. حتف15 806. حتك10 807. حتم16 808. حتى4 809. حث7 810. حثرم5 811. حثف4 812. حثل12 813. حثم9 814. حج9 815. حجأ7 816. حجب18 817. حجر21 818. حجز18 819. حجف14 820. حجل18 821. حجم18 822. حجن17 823. حجو9 824. حد8 825. حدأ12 826. حدب18 827. حدث21 828. حدج11 829. حدر17 830. حدس15 831. حدق20 832. حدلق3 833. حدم12 834. حدو10 835. حدى1 836. حذ6 837. حذر18 838. حذف20 839. حذفر7 840. حذق14 841. حذلق5 842. حذم14 843. حذو8 844. حذى2 845. حر7 846. حرب15 847. حرث19 848. حرج17 849. حرح5 850. حرد20 851. حردن3 852. حرذن5 853. حرز17 854. حرس18 855. حرش15 856. حرص18 857. حرض18 858. حرف23 859. حرق18 860. حرقد4 861. حرقص8 862. حرقف6 863. حرك16 864. حرم19 865. حرن13 866. حرو7 867. حرى6 868. حز5 869. حزب18 870. حزر16 871. حزق12 872. حزم18 873. حزن18 874. حزو7 875. حس9 876. حسب20 877. حسد15 878. حسر19 879. حسك13 880. حسل12 881. حسم18 882. حسن20 883. حسو9 884. حسى3 885. حش7 886. حشب7 887. حشد15 888. حشر17 889. حشرج8 890. حشف18 Prev. 100




1 حَبَقَ, (S, Msb, K,) said of a goat, (Lth, TA,) or mostly said of the camel and of the goat, (K,) and sometimes of a man, (TA,) or حَبَقَتْ, said of a she-goat, (Msb,) aor. حَبِقَ, (S, Msb, K,) inf. n. حَبِقٌ (S, K) and حَبْقٌ (Msb, K) and حُبَاقٌ, (K,) He, or she, broke wind. (S, Msb, K.) b2: [Hence,] يَحْبِقُونَ عَلَى فُلَانٍ (tropical:) They revile such a one; and act in an ignorant, or a silly, or foolish, and a wrong manner towards him. (TA.) حَبْقٌ: see حَبِقٌ.

حَبَقٌ [The mentha pulegium of Linn., or pennyroyal; so generally called in the present day, in Egypt and other countries; accord. to Golius, applied by the Moors and Egyptians to ocimum (i. e. basil), which, he says, the Easterns call حبق النبطى; but he should have said الحَبَقُ النَّبَطِىُّ, which see below;] a certain plant of sweet odour, (K,) of sharp flavour, the leaves whereof are like those of the خِلَاف [q. v.] ; of which one kind grows in the plains, and another on the mountains; not depastured; (TA;) called in Persian الفُوتَنْجُ, (K, in the CK الفُوتَنَجُ,) or الفُوذَنْجُ, (S,) or پُودِينَهْ: (TA:) AHn says, on the authority of an Arab of the desert, that it is a cause of diminishing the seminal fluid; that the horse rolls upon it and it diminishes his seminal fluid; and it is put into the pillow which is placed beneath the head of a man and it diminishes his seminal fluid: (TA:) it resembles the sweet-smelling plant called the نَمَّام [q. v., in the CK, erroneously, ثُمام]; (K, * TA;) and grows abundantly by water: (TA:) [a coll. gen. n.: n. un. with ة: and] pl. حِبَاقٌ. (IKh, TA.) b2: حَبَقُ المَآءِ and حَبَقُ التِّمْسَاحِ [Mentha aquatica, or water-mint,] الفُوتَنْجُ النَّهْرِىُّ; (K;) so called because it grows upon the sides of rivers, and because the crocodile eats of it much. (TA.) b3: حَبَقُ القَنَا, or حَبَقُ الفِيلِ, [Marjoram, sweet marjoram,] المَرْزَنْجُوشُ. (K.) b4: حَبَقُ الرَّاعِى [Common artemisia, or mugwort,] البِرِنْجَاسَفُ [or البَرَنْجَاسَفُ]. (K, TA: in the CK البِرِنْجَاسَفُ.) b5: حَبَقُ البَقَرِ [Chamomile] البَابُونَجُ. (K.) b6: حَبَقُ الشُّيُوخِ [Marum; so called in the present day;] المَرْوُ; (K;) also called رَيْحَانُ الشُّيُوخِ. (TA.) b7: الحَبَقُ الصَّعْتَرِىُّ and الحَبَقُ الكَرْمَانِىُّ [Basilroyal] الشَّاهِسْفَرَمُ [from the Persian شَاهْ سِفَرَمْ or شَاهْ سِپَرَمْ &c.]; (K, TA; in the CK الشّاهَسْفَرَمُ;) which is the Sultán of the رَيَاحِين; also called الرَّيْحَانُ المُطْلَقُ; and which is sown in houses. (TA.) b8: الحَبَقُ القَرَنْفُلِىُّ [Common clinopodium, or wild basil,] الفَرَنْجَمُشْكَ; (K, TA; in the CK الفَرَنْجَمُشْكَ;) [a word of Persian origin,] meaning the musk of the Franks. (TA.) b9: الحَبَقُ النَّبَطِىُّ, i. e. رَيْحَانُ الحَمَاحِمُ [which is Garden-basil: الحَمَاحِمُ is said in the K, art. حم, to be الحَبَقُ البُسْتَانِىُّ, with wide leaves; also called الحَبَقُ النَّبَطِىُّ]. (TA.) b10: حَبَقُ تُرُنْجَانٍ [Melissa, citrago, balm-mint, or balm-gentle,] الباذرنجبويه. (TA.) b11: الحَبَقُ الرَّيْحَانِىُّ What is eaten of المُقْلُ المَكِّىُّ [see art. مقل]. (K.) حَبِقٌ, (S, O, L, TA,) in the K, erroneously, حِبْق, (TA,) Emission of wind from the anus, with a sound; (S, O, L, K, TA;) mostly used in relation to camels and sheep or goats; (K;) accord. to Lth, in relation to goats; but sometimes used in relation to human beings; a simple subst., as well as an inf. n.; (TA;) as also ↓ حُبَاقٌ (K) and ↓ حَبْقٌ. (TA.) حَبْقَةٌ A single emission of wind from the anus, with a sound: (K:) or a slight emission thereof. (IDrd, TA.) يَا حَبَاقِ is said to a female slave, [in reviling her, meaning O thou stinking one !] (K,) like as one says to her يَا دَفَارِ. (TA.) حُبَاقٌ: see حَبِقٌ.

عُذْقُ الحُبَيْقِ, (As, S, Msb,) or, accord. to Málik Ibn-Anas, عَذْقُ ابْنِ الحُبَيْقِ, (Msb,) and لَوْنُ الحُبَيْقِ, (S, and TA in art. جعر,) or عَذْقٌ حُبَيْقٌ, (K, in the CK عِذْقٌ حُبَيْقٌ,) A sort of دَقَل, of bad quality: (As, S:) or dates such as are termed دَقَل; (Msb, K;) dust-coloured, small, and somewhat long; of bad quality: (As:) so called because of their badness; (Msb;) or so called in relation to [a man named] Ibn-Hobeyk. (TA.) It is said in a trad., نَهَى عَنْ لَوْنَيْنِ مِنَ التَّمْرِ الجُعْرُورِ وَ لَوْنِ الحُبَيْقِ [He (Mohammad) forbade two sorts of dates; the جعرور and لون الحبيق]: (S:) or نَهَى عَنِ الجُعْرُورِ وَ عَذْقِ الحُبَيْقِ: (Msb:) meaning, in the case of the poor-rate. (S, Msb.)
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