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

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817. حجر21 818. حجز18 819. حجف14 820. حجل18 821. حجم18 822. حجن17823. 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 891. حشك10 892. حشم18 893. حشو10 894. حشى3 895. حص7 896. حصب21 897. حصد17 898. حصر20 899. حصرم10 900. حصف13 901. حصل15 902. حصن20 903. حصو3 904. حض8 905. حضأ6 906. حضر19 907. حضن16 908. حضو4 909. حط6 910. حطأ9 911. حطب15 912. حطم18 913. حظ6 914. حظر20 915. حظل10 916. حظو8 Prev. 100




1 حَجَنَهُ, aor. حَجِنَ, (K, TA, [in the CK حَجُنَ,]) inf. n. حَجْنٌ, (TA,) He bent it, or made it crooked [or hooked]; namely, a stick, or branch, or slender piece of wood; as also ↓ حجّنهُ, (K,) inf. n. تَحْجِينٌ. (TA.) b2: (assumed tropical:) He marked him (i. e. a camel) with the brand of the مَحْجَن, which is a line with a crooked, or hooked, end, like the stick called مِحْجَن; inf. n. as above. (TA.) b3: He drew it, or pulled it, [or hooked it,] (S, K,) towards himself (S) with the مِحْجَن; as also ↓ احتجنهُ. (S, K.) b4: (tropical:) He turned him away (K, TA) عَنِ الشَّىْءِ from the thing. (TA.) A2: حَجِنَ عَلَيْهِ and بِهِ, aor. حَجَنَ, (K,) inf. n. حَجَنٌ, (TA,) He was, or became, avaricious, tenacious, or niggardly, of it; (K;) like حَجِئَ بِهِ. (TA.) b2: حَجِنَ بِالدَّارِ He remained, stayed, dwelt, or abode, in the house. (K.) 2 حَجَّنَ see 1.4 احجن, said of the ثُمَام [or panic grass], It put forth its خُوص; (A 'Obeyd, S, K; * [in the K its خُوصَة;]) [i. e.] its leaves appeared. (TA.) 5 تحجّن It was, or became, crooked, [or hooked,] or curved: (T, K:) said of a thing that is termed أَحْجَنُ. (T.) 8 إِحْتَجَنَ see 1. b2: [Hence,] احتجن المَالَ (tropical:) He drew the property, or camels &c., together (S, K, TA) to himself, (S, TA,) and took, or took possession of, it, or them. (S, K, TA.) And احتجنهُ (tropical:) He took possession of it (i. e. a portion of land), exclusively of others. (TA from a trad.) and احتجنهُ لِنَفْسِهِ دُونَ أَصْحَابِهِ (tropical:) He appropriated it (a thing) to himself, exclusively of his companions. (T, TA.) And احتجن مَالَ غَيْرِهِ (assumed tropical:) He took away, and stole, the property of another. (TA.) b3: Also (assumed tropical:) He put the property, or camels &c., into a good, or right, state, and drew together what had become scattered thereof. (TA.) b4: and احتجن عَلَيْهِ (assumed tropical:) He straitened him. (TA.) حَجَنٌ Crookedness, [or hookedness,] or curvature; (S, K;) as also ↓ حُجْنَةٌ. (K.) b2: See also حُجْنَةٌ.

حَجِنٌ: see أَحْجَنُ.

حُجْنَةٌ: see حَجَنٌ. b2: Also Crispness [or recurvation] in the extremities of hair. (T, TA. [See أَحْجَنُ.]) b3: A place of crookedness or curvature (ISd, TA) of a staff or stick. (TA.) b4: The hook in the head of a spindle, (S, * K, * TA,) with which the thread is caught preparatively to the twisting thereof. (TA.) b5: The خُوصَة, (K,) or خُوص, (S,) [i. e.] the leaves [or blades], (TA,) of ثُمَام [or panic grass]; (S, K, TA;) as also ↓ حَجَنَةٌ. (K.) And ↓ حَجَنٌ [of which ↓ حَجَنَةٌ is the n. un., if not a mistranscription of حُجَنٌ,] Tender, or soft, shoots, that grow upon the sides of the stalks of the ثُمَام and the ضَعَة [which is said to be a species of ثُمَام]. (TA.) And حُجَنٌ, pl. of حُجْنَةٌ, The fruit-stalks of grapes. (TA.) A2: Also A thing, or portion of a thing, that one has drawn and appropriated to oneself. (TA.) حَجَنَةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in two places.

حَجُونٌ Sluggish, lazy, or indolent: (K:) from حَجِنَ بِالدَّارِ [q. v.]. (TA.) b2: غَزْوَةٌ حَجُونٌ (tropical:) A hostile, or hostile and plundering, expediton, in which the party feigns to be going in one direction, and then turns to another: (A, K, * TA:) or farextending. (S, K.) And سِرْنَا عُقْبَةً حَجُونًا (tropical:) We journeyed a long stage. (S, TA.) أَحْجَنُ Crooked, [hooked,] or curved: fem.

حَجْنَآءُ: pl. حُجْنٌ. (Ham p. 403.) You say, الصَّقْرُ أَحْجَنُ المِنْقَارِ The hawk is crooked [or hooked] in the bill. (TA.) And صَقْرٌ أَحْجَنُ المَخَالِبِ A hawk having crooked [or hooked] talons. (S, TA.) And أَنْفٌ أَحْجَنُ [A hooked nose,] a nose having the tip approaching the mouth, and, Az adds, having its نَاشِرَتَانِ [or two alæ] receding in an ugly manner. (TA.) and أُذُنٌ حَجْنَآءُ An ear having one [app. the upper] of its two extremities turning towards the forehead, downwards: or having its edges turning towards the other ear, in the direction of the forehead: (M, K:) in either case, curving. (M, TA.) And شَعَرٌ أَحْجَنُ (tropical:) Hair that is crisp, or curly, in its extremities: or, accord. to AZ, wavy hair: (T:) or hair that is recurvate at its extremities (مُعَقَّفٌ), and intermingling: (M:) or hair forming a succession of rimples (مُتَسَلْسِلٌ), pendulous, wavy, and crisp, or curling, in the extremities; as also ↓ حَجِنٌ. (K.) تَحْجِينٌ (assumed tropical:) A crooked, [or hooked,] or curved, brand, or mark made with a hot iron [upon a camel]: (K:) [originally inf. n. of 2; but in this sense,] a subst., properly speaking, like تَنْبِيتٌ and تَمْتِينٌ. (TA. [See also مِحْجَنٌ.]) مِحْجَنٌ A crooked, [or hooked,] or curved, staff or stick; as also ↓ مِحْجَنَةٌ: (K:) or a stick, (IAth, Mgh, Ham p. 403,) or staff, (IAth, Ham,) or piece of wood, (Msb,) with a crooked, or hooked, head, (IAth, Mgh,) or crooked at the end, (Msb;) like the صَوْلَجَان: (S, Mgh, Msb, Ham:) one draws towards him with it the extremities [of the branches] of trees, and the like: (Ham ubi suprà:) or a stick with a crooked, or curved, end, being naturally so on the tree on which it has grown; distinguished from a صولجان, the end of which is crooked, or curved, artificially: (T:) or, accord. to AZ, any stick with a curved head: (Msb:) or it signifies also anything bent, or crooked: (K:) pl. مَحَاجِنُ. (Msb, TA.) The appellation صَاحِبُ المِحْجَنِ [The owner of the crooked stick or staff] was given to a certain man who, in the Time of Ignorance, used to sit in the highway, and take with his محجن one thing after another, of the goods of the passers-by; and if any one were cognizant of his doing, he excused himself, saying that the thing had caught to his محجن. (TA.) You say, فُلَانٌ لَا يَرْكُضُ المِحْجَنَ [lit. Such a one will not kick the crooked stick or staff], meaning (assumed tropical:) such a one is of no use, or stands one in no stead: the saying originating from the fact that a محجن is put between the hind legs of the camel, and if he be inert, or wanting in vigour, he will not kick it; but if he be sharp in spirit, he will kick it and go on. (TA.) And you say, إِنَّهُ لَمِحْجَنُ مَالٍ, meaning (assumed tropical:) Verily he is one who puts the cattle into a good state, and pastures and manages them well. (TA.) Also (assumed tropical:) A brand, or mark made with a hot iron, upon a camel, in the form of a line with a crooked, or hooked, end, like the stick so called. (TA. [See also تَحْجِينٌ.]) b2: And The [hooked] bill of a bird; because of its crookedness. (TA.) مِحْجَنَةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

مَحْجُونٌ A camel marked with the brand termed مِحْجَن (TA.)
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