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1 حَصَّهُ, aor. حَصُّ, (TA,) inf. n. حَصٌّ, (A, K,) He, or it, shaved it off; namely, hair. (A, K, TA.) You say also, حَصَّتِ البّيْضَةُ رَأْسَهُ (S, A) [The helmet rubbed off his hair: or] rendered his hair scanty. (S.) b2: He cut off from it, either with the مَشَارَة, [a word for which I do not find any apposite meaning, and which is perhaps a mistranscription,] or with the shears: (Er-Rághib, as quoted in the TA:) whence, accord. to some, the word حِصَّةٌ. (TA.) b3: حَصُّوا بَيْنَهُمْ رَحِمًا (tropical:) They cut, or severed, a tie of relationship between them. (TA.) b4: جَآءَتْ سَنَةٌ فَحَصَّتْ كُلَّ شَىْءٍ (tropical:) [There came a dearth, or drought, or a year of drought, and] it did away with, or consumed, or destroyed, everything. (TA, from a trad.) b5: حَصَّ الجَلِيدُ النَّبْتَ (assumed tropical:) The hoar-frost, or rime, nipped, shrunk, shrivelled, or blasted, (lit. burned, أَحْرَقَ, q. v.,) the plant, or plants, or herbage: (AHn:) a dial. var. of حَسَّ, q. v. (TA.) A2: حَصَّ, quasi-pass. of حَصَّهُ in the first of the senses explained above: see 7, in two places.

A3: حَصَّنِى

مِنَ المَالِ كَذَا, (A, Mgh, * Msb, K, *) aor. حَصُّ, (A, Mgh, Msb,) Such a thing became my portion of the property: (A, * K:) or came to me, and became my portion: (Mgh:) or came to me as my portion. (Msb.) A4: حَصَّ, aor. حَصُّ, [contr. to rule, by which it should be حَصِّ, the verb being intrans., unless the sec. pers. pret. be حَصُصْتَ,] inf. n. حَصٌّ, (S, TA,) with which حُصَاصٌ, q. v., is syn., (S, &c.,) He ran vehemently and quickly: (S, TA:) and ↓ حَصْحَصَ, (TA,) inf. n. حَصْحَصَةٌ, (S, K,) he was quick (S, K, TA) in going, (TA,) and in journeying or pace. (S, TA.) A5: حَصَّ is also syn. with ↓ حَصْحَصَ in all its meanings; like كَبَّ and كَبْكَبَ, and كَفَّ and كَفْكَفَ. (Er-Rághib.) 2 حَصَّّ see R. Q. 1, in two places.3 حَاصَصْتُهُ الشَّىْءَ I divided with him the thing, each of us allotting to himself his portion. (TA.) See also 6.4 أَحْصَصْتُهُ I gave him his portion, lot, or share: (S, Msb, K:) or his portion, lot, or share, of food and beverage &c. (TA.) And احصصت القَوْمَ I gave the company of men their portions, lots, or shares. (A.) 6 تحاصّوا They (namely, creditors,) divided property among themselves in portions, lots, or shares; (S, * Mgh, Msb, K; *) as also ↓ حاصّوا, (K,) inf. n. مُحَاصَّةٌ (S, TA) and حِصَاصٌ; (TA;) every one of them taking his portion. (TA.) 7 انحصّ quasi-pass. of حَصَّهُ in the first of the senses explained above; It (hair) became shaven off; as also ↓ حَصَّ, [sec. pers., app., حَصِصْتَ, and aor. يَحَصُّ,] inf. n. حَصِيصٌ [and app. حَصَصٌ, q. v. infrà]; or, as some say, حص [perhaps a mistake for حَصَصٌ or حَصِيصٌ] signifies the hair's going from the head by shaving or by disease: (TA:) and the former verb, it (the hair) went from the head; (K, TA;) became removed, or stripped off; (TA;) fell off, and became scattered, by degrees; (S, TA;) as also ↓ حَصَّ: (TA:) the former is also said of the plumage of a bird; (A;) and of the foliage of trees; in the last of the senses mentioned above: (TA:) and [in like manner] ↓ تَحَصْحَصَ it (fur, and the nap of cloth,) became removed, or stripped off. (IAar.) You say also, انحصّت اللِّحْيَةُ The beard became short, its hair breaking off in pieces. (TA.) And انحصّ الذَّنَبُ The tail became cut off. (K.) It is said in a prov., أَفْلَتَ وَ انْحَصَّ الذَّنَبُ [He escaped, but the tail became cut off]: applied to him who has been at the point of destruction, and then escaped: (K:) or alluding to the coward's escape from destruction after being at the point thereof: related to have been said by Mo'áwiyeh, on the occasion of the safe return of an ambassador whom he had sent to the King of the Greeks, appointing for him a threefold bloodwit [if he should be slain] on the condition of his proclaiming the call to prayer on entering his court; which he did; whereupon the King's generals, who were with him, sprang forward to slay him; but he forbade them, and sent him back furnished with requisites for his journey. (A 'Obeyd.) [See also Freytag's Arab. Prov., ii. 201.] You also say, انحصّ رَأْسُهُ [His head shed, or lost, its hair: or part thereof]: (A:) and الحِمَارُ ↓ تَحَصْحَصَ, and البَعِيرُ, the ass's, and the camel's, hair fell off. (TA.) R. Q. 1 حَصْحَصَ, inf. n. حَصْحَصَةٌ: see 1, last two sentences. b2: The inf. n. also signifies The walking of him who is shackled. (K, TA.) A2: He strove, or laboured; exerted himself; took pains, or extraordinary pains; or exceeded the usual bounds; in his affair. (Abu-l-' Abbás, TA.) A3: He (a camel) fixed, or made firm or steady, his knees, in order to rise (S, K *) with the load; and his stifle-joints: (S:) or lay down upon his breast, with folded legs. (TA.) A4: Hence, as some say, الْآنَ حَصْحَصَ الحَقُّ, in the Kur [xii. 51], meaning, Now the truth hath become established: or, as others say, it is from حِصَّةٌ, and means, now hath the portion of truth become distinct from that of falsehood: (TA:) or now hath the truth become distinct, apparent, or manifest, (S, Msb, Er-Rághib, TA,) after concealment, (TA,) or by the coming to light of that which was concealed in the mind. (Er-Rághib, TA.) You say, حَصْحَصَ الشَّىْءُ The thing became distinct, apparent, or manifest, (Kh, S, K,) after having been concealed; (Kh;) as also ↓ حَصَّصَ, inf. n. تَحْصِيصٌ: (K:) and some read الحَقُّ ↓ حَصَّصَ in the Kur ubi suprà (TA.) One should not say حُصْحِصَ in this sense; (TA;) nor تَحَصْحَصَ. (Ez-Zejjájee.) R. Q. 2 تَحَصْحَصَ: see 7, in two places.

حِصَّةٌ A portion of a sum: (Er-Rághib:) and used to signify a portion, lot, or share, (S, Msb, Er-Rághib, K,) of food, and of beverage, and of land, &c.: (TA:) accord. to some, from حَصَّهُ signifying “ he cut off from it: ” (TA:) pl. حِصَصٌ. (A, Msb, K.) حَصَصٌ Paucity, or scantiness, of the hair of the head; (S, K;) and of the fetlock of a horse: (TA:) also shortness of the beard, when its hair breaks off in pieces: (TA:) and the state of one suffering from a protracted disease, whose hair does not grow long. (TA.) حُصَاصٌ Mange, or scab: (Ibn-' Abbád, K:) because the hair falls off in consequence of it. (TA.) A2: Vehemence of running, (As, S, Mgh, K,) of an ass, (Mgh,) and quickness thereof: (As, S:) [see 1, last sentence but one:] or, accord. to 'Ásim Ibn-Abi-n-Nujood, (S,) an ass's straightening and erecting the ears, and moving about, or wagging, the tail, and running: (S, K:) accord. to some, (S,) an emission of wind from the anus, with a sound; (S, Mgh, K;) as A'Obeyd says, in relation to a trad. in which that which it signifies is attributed to the devil as the effect of his hearing the call to prayer; but he adds that the saying of 'Ásim is more pleasing to him; and it is also the saying of As, or like it. (S.) حَصِيصٌ i. q. ↓ مَحْصُوصٌ [Shaven off]; applied to hair: (K:) or it is a subst. applied to that hair [which is shaven off]. (TA.) [See also حَصِيصَةٌ:] b2: and see أَحَصُّ.

حَصِيصَةٌ What is collected from shaving or plucking out. (TA.) [See also حَصِيصٌ.] b2: Also The hair and fur of the ear, whether shaven off or not: or, as some say, hair and fur in general: but the former explanation is more known. (TA.) b3: And What is above the أَشْعَر [or part next the hoof (in the CK erroneously written شَعَر)] of the horse; (Ibn-' Abbád, K;) i. e., of the hair that surrounds the hoof: so called because of the paucity of that hair. (Ibn-' Abbád.) قَرَبٌ حَصْحَاصٌ A laborious, (K,) quick nightjourney to water, in which is no flagging; (As, S, K;) like حَثْحَاثٌ: (S:) or such as is farextending, or long: and سَيْرٌ حَصْحَاصٌ a quick journey, or pace; like حَثْحَاثٌ. (TA.) حَاصَّةٌ A disease in consequence of which the hair gradually falls off and becomes scattered: (S, A, K:) or a disease that takes away the hair: (IAth:) or that takes away the hair entirely. (A 'Obeyd.) A2: بَيْنَهُمْ رَحِمٌ حَاصَّةٌ i. q. ↓ مَحْصُوصَةٌ; (K;) (tropical:) Between them is a tie of relationship which they have severed, or cut; not treating one another with the affection due to it; (TA;) [so that it is an act. part. n. in the sense of a pass. part. n.;] as also ↓ رَحِمٌ حَصَّآءُ: (A, TA:) or the meaning is, ذَاتُ حَصٍّ [having a severing; so that it is a possessive epithet]. (K.) أَحَصُّ [Having the hair shaven off, or rubbed off, or fallen off, either wholly or partly], applied to the head; pl. حُصٌّ: (A:) a man having little hair upon the head: (S, K:) or a man having no hair; (Mgh;) a man whose hair has all gone; fem. حَصَّآءُ, applied to a woman: (Et-Tirmidhee:) also, [a man] having no hair upon his breast: and a man suffering from a protracted disease, whose hair does not grow long: (TA:) and a horse having little hair in the fetlock, and in the tail; which is a fault; (TA;) as also ↓ حَصِيصٌ; (K, * TA;) on the authority of IDrd: (TA:) and the fem., a she-camel having no fur upon her: and the masc., a tail having no hair upon it: and ↓ مَحْصُوصٌ applied to the back of the neck, of which the hair has been shaven off. (TA.) You say also رَجُلٌ أَحَصُّ اللِّحْيَةِ A man whose beard has become short, its hair having broken off in pieces: and لِحْيَةٌ حَصَّآءُ a beard that has become short in like manner. (TA.) And طَائِرٌ أَحَصُّ الجَنَاحِ (S, A, K) A bird having little plumage in the wing: (K:) or whose plumage of the wing has gradually fallen off and become scattered: (S, * TA:) pl. as above. (S.) b2: (tropical:) A sword having in it, or upon it, no أَثْر [or diversified wavy marks, streaks, or grain]. (K, TA.) b3: Applied to a man, (A,) (tropical:) Unlucky; (AZ, A, K;) unpropitious; in whom is no good: (AZ, A:) and the fem., applied to a woman, also signifies (tropical:) unlucky; (K, TA;) in whom is no good. (TA.) And hence, (A,) or because they keep pace together in their prices (يُمَاشِيَانِ أَثْمَانَهُمَا) until they grow old and weak, when their prices become diminished and they die, (S,) الأَحَصَّانِ signifies (tropical:) The slave and the ass. (S, A, K.) b4: (tropical:) [A man] who cuts, or severs, the tie of relationship. (TA.) b5: رَحِمٌ حَصَّآءُ: see حَاصَّةٌ. b6: سَنَةٌ حَصَّآءُ (S, A, K) (tropical:) A sterile year, in which is no good: (S, K:) or a year of drought, in which is little herbage: or a year in which is no herbage. (TA.) b7: يَوْمٌ أَحَصُّ (tropical:) A day intensely cold. (TA.) It was said to a man of the Arabs, “Which of the days is the most cold? ” and he answered, الأَحَصُّ الأَزَبُّ; (TA;) the former meaning, (tropical:) The day whose sun rises (K TA) the horizon being red, (TA,) and its sky (سَمَاؤُهُ), accord. to the copies of the K, but correctly its north wind (شَمَالُهُ), (TA,) being clear, (K, TA,) and such that a touch is not felt by reason of the cold; and it is that in which there are no clouds, and of which the cold does not abate: and the latter meaning, the day in which blows the wind called النَّكْبَآء driving along clouds in which is no water, wherein no sun rises, and in which is no rain. (TA.) Z says, (TA,) it was said to one of them, “Which of the days is the coldest? ” and he answered, الأَحَصُّ الوَرْدُ وَ الأَزَبُّ الهِلَّوْفُ, i. e., The clear, [in which the horizon is red,] and the cloudy, in which blows the wind called النَّكْبَآء. (A, TA.) b8: رِيحٌ حَصَّآءُ (tropical:) A wind that is clear, without dust. (K, TA.) مَحْصُوصٌ: see حَصِيصٌ; and أَحَصُّ; and حَاصَّةٌ.
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