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1 حَنِقَ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. حَنَقَ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. حَنَقٌ (S, * Msb, K) and حَنِقٌ, (K,) He was, or became, angered, or enraged: (S, Msb, K:) or vehemently angered or enraged: (K, Ham p. 29:) عَلَيْهِ against him: (S:) or it may be from the signification of “ cleaving,” or “ sticking; ” as though meaning (assumed tropical:) rancour, malevolence, malice, or spite, clave to his bosom. (Ham p. 29. [See also حَنَقٌ, below.]) b2: [Hence,] لَا يَحْنَقُ عَلَى

جِرَّتِهِ: and ما يحنق على جِرَّةٍ: [thus written in the TA; though it seems to be implied by the manner in which the two sayings are there introduced, in this art., that the verb in each case is ↓ يُحْنِقُ, from أَحْنَقَ in the first of the senses assigned to it below:] see جِرَّةٌ.2 حَنَّقَ see 4.4 احنق (tropical:) He bore rancour, malevolence, malice, or spite, [cleaving to him, so as] not be relaxed; or he hid, in his heart, enmity, and violent hatred, not to be relaxed. (K, TA.) See also 1. b2: It (the back-bone, or the back, الصُّلْبُ) clave to the belly [by reason of leanness]. (K.) b3: It (a camel's hump) became lean and thin. (S.) b4: He (an ass, K, or, as some say, a camel, and a horse or a mule or an ass, TA) became lean, or light of flesh, or slender, and lean, or lean, and lank in the belly, in consequence of much covering: (K, TA:) or, said of a horse or other animal, (A, TA,) or of a camel, (Har p. 173,) his belly clave to his back-bone, or back, by reason of leanness. (A, Har p. 173.) b5: And He (a camel) became fat; had much fat: thus it has two contr. meanings. (Az, TA.) b6: It (seed-produce [meaning corn]) spread forth the awn, or beard, of its ears, after they had formed, at the head, what resembled little compact balls; (K, TA;) as also ↓ حنّق. inf. n. تَحْنِيقٌ. (Ibn-' Abbád, K.) IAar says that you say of seed-produce [or corn] قَنْبَعَ ثُمَّ أَحْنَقَ ثُمَّ مَدَّ لِلْحَبِّ أَعْنَاقَهُ ثُمَّ حَمَلَ الدَّقِيقَ, i. e. Its ears had, at the head, what resembled little compact balls: then the extremities of its awn, or beard, appeared: then the internodal portions of its culms appeared: then [it bore farina; or] it increased, and [its heads] became like the heads of birds. (TA.) A2: He angered, (S, Msb, K,) or enraged, another. (S, Msb.) b2: He made a beast lean, or light of flesh. (Ham p. 29.) حَنَقٌ Anger, or rage: (S, K:) or vehemence of anger or rage: (M, K, Ham p. 29:) or (assumed tropical:) anger, or rage, that cleaves to one: (Har p. 173:) or rancour, malevolence, malice, or spite: (Har p. 568:) pl. حِنَاقٌ. (S, K.) حَنِقٌ (S, Msb, K) and ↓ حَنِيقٌ (ISd, O, K) Angered, or enraged; (S, O, Msb, K;) as also ↓ مُحْنَقٌ: (S, Msb:) or vehemently angered or enraged. (K.) حَنِيقٌ: see حَنِقٌ: b2: and مُحْنِقٌ.

مُحْنَقٌ: see حَنِقٌ.

مُحْنِقٌ Lean, or light of flesh; or slender, and lean; or lean, and lank in the belly: (AHeyth, T, TA:) and so the pl. مَحَانِيقُ applied to camels: (S, K:) or the former, applied to an ass, (S,) or a camel, (ISd, TA,) lean, &c., as above, (S, ISd, TA,) in consequence of much covering, (S,) or from lust, or hunger: and so مَحَانِيقُ applied to horses; as though they imagined the sing. to be مِحْنَاقٌ: (ISd, TA:) or the sing., applied to a horse, (A,) and to an ass, (TA,) lean, &c., as above, so that the belly cleaves to the back: and so the pls. مَحَانِقُ and مَحَانِيقُ applied to horses: (A, TA:) or مَحَانِيقُ signifies fat; as also حُنُقٌ [pl. of ↓ حَنِيقٌ]; (K, TA;) both applied to camels. (TA.)
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