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1 خَجِلَ, (S, Msb, K, &c.,) aor. خَجَلَ, (K,) inf. n. خَجَلٌ, (S, Msb, &c.,) but not خَجَالَةٌ, [though authorized by the KL, in my copy of which I find it thus written (not خِجَالَةٌ as written by Golius),] for this is a vulgar mistake for خَجَلَةٌ or خَجْلٌ, (Mgh, [so in my copy, but correctly ↓ خَجَلَةٌ (which may be either a simple subst. or an inf. n. of un.) or خَجَلٌ,]) He was, or became, confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, by reason of shame: (S, O:) or he was, or became, ashamed, and confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, (T, M, K,) [or, simply, ashamed, (see خَجِلٌ,)] in consequence of a deed that he had done: (T, M, TA:) thus الخَجَلُ has a more particular signification than الحَيَآءُ: (TA:) or it is like الاِسْتِحْيَآءُ. (Msb.) b2: And He remained silent, (T, K,) or still, (M,) not speaking nor moving. (K.) b3: and He was, or became, in a confused and dubious case, (JK, M, * K, *) so that he knew not how to extricate himself from it. (M, K.) b4: Also, said of a camel, (tropical:) He went in mud, and became like him who is confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course: (JK, * M, K, TA:) or he stuck fast in mire. (T, TA.) b5: And in like manner, (assumed tropical:) He became agitated, or convulsed, or he struggled, or floundered, with his load: (JK:) or خَجِلَ بِالْحِمْلِ he was oppressed by the load, (K, TA,) so that he was agitated, or convulsed, or he struggled, or floundered, beneath it. (TA.) b6: And, said of a plant, or of herbage, (tropical:) It was, or became, tall, and tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense; (ISd, K, TA;) and so ↓ اخجل said of the kind of trees termed حَيْض. (JK, K.) b7: [And, as inf. n. of خَجِلَ,] خَجَلٌ also signifies The bearing richness ill; as when, being rich, one exults, or exults greatly or excessively, and behaves insolently and unthankfully: (S, * K:) or the taking a wide, or an ample, range, or being profuse, when rich. (TA.) It is related in a trad. that he [Mohammad] said to the women, إِذَا جُعْتُنَّ وَ إِذَا شَبِعْتُنَّ خَجِلْتُنَّ, (S, * TA,) i. e. When ye are hungry, ye become lowly, humble, or submissive, and cleave to the dust, or earth; (S and TA in art. دقع;) or ye bear poverty ill: (TA in the present art.;) and when ye are satiated, [ye bear richness ill; or] ye exult, or exult greatly or excessively, and behave insolently and unthankfully. (S in the present art.) [See also a verse of El-Kumeyt cited in the first paragraph of art. دقع.] b8: And i. q. بَرَمٌ [The being affected with disgust, loathing, or aversion; the being vexed, grieved, disquieted by grief, &c.] (K, TA. [In the CK, البَرْمُ is erroneously put for البَرَمُ.]) b9: And The being remiss in seeking subsistence. (K.) b10: And The being lazy, or indolent: (Az, ISd, K:) from the verb in the sense explained in the second sentence of this paragraph. (TA.) b11: And i. q. [The being bad, corrupt, &c.]. (M, K.) b12: Also, in a shirt, (assumed tropical:) The being much slit, or rent, in the lower parts, or skirts. (Fr, K.) 2 خَجَّلَ see what next follows.4 اخجلهُ (S, Msb, K) i. q. ↓ خجّلهُ, (Msb, * K, TA,) inf. n. تَخْجِيلٌ; (TA;) He, (S,) or it, namely, an affair, or event, (TA,) caused him to become confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, by reason of shame: (S in explanation of the former:) [or caused him to become ashamed, and confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, in consequence of a deed that he had done: (see 1:)] or he said to him خَجِلْتَ. (Msb. [But it is not clear whether this meaning be there assigned to both of these verbs, or only to the latter of them.]) A2: See also 1.

خَجِلٌ part. n. of خَجِلَ; (Msb;) [Confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, by reason of shame: or ashamed, and confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course, in consequence of a deed that he has done: or, simply,] ashamed. (S, Msb. *) b2: [Other meanings are shown by explanations of the verb.]

b3: Applied to herbage, (tropical:) Tall, (K, TA,) and tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense, and goodly, and ISd adds, full-grown: and ↓ مُخْجِلٌ [in like manner], applied to the kind of trees termed حَمْض, dense, or tangled, and tall: or, applied to herbage, or pasturage, wide, abundant, full-grown, that detains one so that he stays among it, not passing beyond. (TA.) b4: And, applied to a place, and a valley, (assumed tropical:) Abounding with tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense, herbage: (S:) or, applied to a valley, (JK, K,) as also ↓ مُخْجِلٌ, (K,) (tropical:) exceedingly abundant in herbage: (K, TA:) or tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense, therewith; (JK, K, TA;) resounding with the humming of flies. (JK.) b5: Also, applied to a garment, (assumed tropical:) Wide and long: (ISh, K:) or ample: or such that the wearer is impeded and clogged therein: (TA:) and, so applied, (assumed tropical:) old, and worn out: (K:) or (assumed tropical:) much slit, or rent, in the lower parts, or skirts. (Fr, TA.) b6: And, applied to a جُلّ [or horse-cloth, or covering for a beast], (ISh, K,) [or] such as is put upon a camel, (ISh,) That moves to and fro, or from side to side, (ISh, K,) upon the camel, (ISh,) or upon the horse, (K,) by reason of its width. (ISh.) خَجْلَةٌ: see 1: [it seems to be most probably a subst. signifying Confusion, or perplexity, and inability to see one's right course, by reason of shame: or shame, and confusion, or perplexity, and inability to see one's right course, in consequence of a deed that one has done: or simply,] i. q. حَيَآءٌ [shame, or a sense of shame, &c.]. (S.) مُخْجِلٌ: see خَجِلٌ, in two places.
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