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

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823. حجو9 824. حد8 825. حدأ12 826. حدب18 827. حدث21 828. حدج11829. 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 917. حف7 918. حفث9 919. حفد17 920. حفر17 921. حفز11 922. حفش12 Prev. 100




1 حَدَجَهُ, (S, A, K, *) aor. حَدِجَ, inf. n. حَدْجٌ (S, K) and حِدَاجٌ, (TA,) He bound the حِدْج upon him, i. e., upon the camel; (S, A, K;) as also ↓ احدجهُ: (K:) or he bound upon him the حِدَاجَة, i. e., the [saddle called] قَتَب and its apparatus; (Az, TA;) which apparatus consists of the بِدَادَانِ with the two girths called the بِطَان and the حَقَب, without which a camel is not [said to be] مَحْدُوج. (Sh, TA.) [See حِدْجٌ.] Accord. to J, حَدَجَ also signifies He bound loads, or burdens, and divided them into camel-loads: (TA:) but this is a meaning that was unknown to the Arabs. (Az, TA.) J cites as an ex. the words of ElAashà, أَلِلْبَيْنِ تُحْدَجُ أَحْمَالُهَا [Is it for separation that her loads are bound &c.?]: but he adds that, accord. to one reading, the poet said أَجْمَالُهَا: and this [SM says] is the right reading. (TA.) b2: [Hence, حَدَجَ is used to signify (tropical:) He betook himself to warring for the sake of the religion.] 'Omar is related to have said, حِجَّةٌ هٰهُنَا ثُمَّ احْدِجْ هٰهُنَا حَتَّى تَفْنَى, meaning Perform one pilgrimage, then (tropical:) betake thyself to warring for the sake of the religion until thou become old and weak, or die; احدج literally signifying bind the حِدَاجَة upon the camel. (Az, TA.) b3: [Hence also,] حَدَجَهُ, (TA,) inf. n. حَدْجٌ, (K,) (tropical:) He imposed upon him in a sale. (K, TA.) You say, حَدَجْتُهُ بِبَيْعٍ سَوْءٍ (A, TA) (tropical:) I imposed upon him with a bad sale, and بِمَتَاعٍ سَوْءٍ with bad merchandise. (TA.) The person imposed upon is likened to a camel upon which a حِدَاجَة is bound. (Az, TA.) b4: And حَدَجْتُهُ بِمَهْرٍ ثَقيلٍ (tropical:) I imposed upon him a heavy dowry, by deceit and fraud. (A, TA.) A2: Also, aor. حَدِجَ, inf. n. حَدْجٌ, He cast حَدَج [or unripe and hard colocynths, or small colocynths, or small and green colocynths or melons,] at him. (A, TA.) b2: Hence, (A, TA,) حَدَجَهُ بِسَهْمٍ, (S, A,) inf. n. حَدْجٌ, (K,) (tropical:) He shot at him with an arrow. (S, A, K.) And حَدَجَهُ بِعَصًا, inf. n. حَدْجٌ, (tropical:) He beat him, or struck him, with a staff, or stick. (Ibn-ElFaraj, K, * TA.) b3: [Hence also,] حَدَجَهُ بِالتُّهَمَةِ, inf. n. حَدْجٌ, (tropical:) He cast suspicion upon him. (K, * TA, * TK.) And حَدَجَهُ بِذَنْبِ غَيْرِهِ (S, A) (tropical:) He accused him of the crime, or offence, of another, (S, TA,) and put it upon him. (TA.) And حَدَجَهُ بِبَصَرِهِ, (S, A,) aor. حَدِجَ, inf. n. حَدْجٌ (S, TA) and حُدُوجٌ; and ↓ حدّجهُ, inf. n. تَحْدِيجٌ; (TA;) (tropical:) He cast his eyes at him; (S, TA;) as also حَدَجَ إِلَيْهِ بَصَرَهُ: or he looked intently, and sharply, at him: or he looked at him with a look which he [the latter] suspected and disliked: (TA:) but حَدْجٌ in looking may be unattended by alarm, or fear: (Az, TA:) ↓ تَحْدِيجٌ is like تَحْدِيقٌ, (S,) syn. therewith: (K:) and also signifies the looking intently, after alarm, or fear. (TA.) b4: Also حَدَجَ, aor. حَدِجَ, inf. n. حُدُوجٌ, (assumed tropical:) He (a horse) looked at the figure of a man, or the like, seen from a distance, or heard a sound, and raised his ears, and directed his eyes, towards it. (TA.) 2 حدّجهُ, inf. n. تَحْدِيجٌ: see 1, in two places.4 أَحْدَجَ see 1, first sentence.

A2: أَحْدَجَتْ شَجَرَةُ الحَنْظَلِ The colocynth-plant bore, or produced, fruit such as is termed حَدَجٌ. (S.) حِدْجٌ A certain thing upon which the women of the Arabs of the desert ride; not a رَحْل nor a هَوْدَج: (Lth, TA:) a certain vehicle, or thing to ride upon, for women, (Az, S, A, K,) like the مِحَفَّة, (Az, S, K,) and like the هَوْدَج; (Az, TA;) as also ↓ حِدَاجَةٌ: (S, A, K:) pl. of the former حُدُوجٌ and أَحْدَاجٌ (S, A, K) and حُدُجٌ; (AAF, TA;) and pl. of the latter حَدَائِجُ: (Yaakoob, S, A:) Az, however, says that ISk makes no difference between the حِدْج and the ↓ حِدَاجَة, though there is a difference between them accord. to the Arabs, as will be seen from what follows: Sh says that حِدْجٌ is a name given to a هُوْدَج bound upon a قَتَب [or small kind of camel's saddle] when it is bound upon the camel at once with all its apparatus: he also says that ↓ حِدَاجَةٌ is a name given to the apparatus composed of the أَبِدَّة], pl. of بِدَادٌ, q. v.,] which are also called مَخَالِى القَتَبِ, [and which are appertenances of the قتب,] when they are filled, and drawn together, and bound, and tied to the قتب: [and he shows, in his explanation of the verb حَدَجَ, that this apparatus comprises the قَتَب and بِدَادَانِ with the two girths called the بِطَان and the حَقَب: this is what is meant in the K by the saying that ↓ الحِدَاجَةُ also signifies الأَدَاةُ:] Aboo-Sá'id ElKilábee says that ↓ حداجة signifies the apparatus (اداة) of the قتب: and Az says that it signifies the قتب with its apparatus. (TA.) b2: Also A load, or burden. (S, K.) b3: And [its pl.] حُدُوجٌ, Camels with their رِحَال [or saddles]. (TA.) حَدَجٌ [a coll. gen. n.] The colocynth, or colocynths, when unripe and hard: (TA:) or when become hard; (S, TA;) before becoming yellow: (TA:) or small colocynths: (A:) or the colocynth or colocynths, and the melon or melons, (M, K,) while small and green, before becoming yellow, (M,) or while continuing succulent, or fresh, or green: (K:) or [more correctly] the melon or melons; and the colocynth, or colocynths, while continuing succulent, or fresh, or green: (T:) n. un. with ة. (S.) حِدَاجَةٌ: see حِدْجٌ, in five places.
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