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Q. 1 خَضْرَمَ الأُذُنّ, inf. n. خَضْرَمَةٌ, He cut somewhat of the extremity of the ear of a camel, and left it dangling: or he cut the ear in halves: and you say also, خَضْرَمُوا نَعَمَهُمْ [They so cut the ears of their camels]: (TA:) or خَضْرَمَةٌ signifies the cutting one of the ears only. (JK.) b2: and خَضْرَمَ He mixed [a thing or things]: (IKh, TA:) [and so حَضْرَمَ, as is indicated in the K in art. حضرم, by an explanation of the inf. n.] b3: And خَضْرَمَةٌ signifies also The making a thing to be of an intermediate, or a middling, kind or quality. (TA.) Q. 2 تَخَضْرَمَ, said of butter [in the process of formation], It became dissundered, or separated [into clots], by reason of intense cold; and did not coalesce; as also تحصرم. (TA in art. حصرم.) خِضْرِمٌ A well having much water; (JK, K;) and so, [as some say,] a sea, or great river; but its application as an epithet to a sea, or great river, is disallowed by As: (S:) or a great sea: (K:) accord. to some, so called because of its greenness; and if so, the م is augmentative: (MF:) or water copious and wide in the utmost degree: (Mz 49th نوع:) and anything much in quantity, or copious, (S, K,) and wide, or ample: (S:) or it signifies also wide, or ample, (K,) applied to anything: (TA:) pl. خَضَارِمُ: (S:) and ↓ مُخَضْرَمٌ and ↓ خُضَارِمٌ, also, signify much in quantity, or copious, applied to water: (TA:) and خِضْرِمٌ is applied in this sense as an epithet to نَبِيذ. (S, *) TA.) b2: (tropical:) Bountiful, or munificent; (JK, K;) who gives many gifts: (S, K:) said to be likened to the sea, or great river, to which this epithet is applied; though As disallowed its application to a sea, or great river: (S:) or likened to the well to which the same epithet is applied: (JK:) and a forbearing, or clement, lord, or chief; as also ↓ خُضَارِمٌ: pl. خَضَارِمُ and خَضَارِمَةٌ and خِضْرِمُونَ: all applied peculiarly to men: (K:) not to women. (TK.) خُضَرِمٌ Sweet water: or water between sweet and bitter: (K:) on the authority of Yaakoob. (TA.) A2: The young of the [kind of lizard called]

ضَبّ: (S, K:) accord. to IDrd, in its first stage it is called حِسْلٌ; [after which he should have said, then, غَيْدَاقٌ;] then it is called مُطَبِّخٌ [q. v.]; then, خُضَرِمٌ; and then, ضَبٌّ: he does not mention the term غَيْدَاقٌ, but AZ mentions it. (S.) خِضْرِمِىٌّ: see الخَضَارِمَةُ.

خُضَارِمٌ: see خِضْرِمٌ, in two places.

الخَضَارِمَةُ A certain people of the عَجَم [i. e. Persians], (S, K,) of the sons of Fáris, (S,) who went forth [from their country] in the beginning of El-Islám, and dwelt in Syria: (S, K:) i. e., those people who went forth at that period dispersed themselves in the countries of the Arabs; some of them settling in El-Basrah, and these are the أَسَاوِرَة; and some of them, in El-Koofeh, and these are the أَحَامِرَة; and some of them, in Syria, and they are the خَضَارِمَة; and some of them, in El-Jezeereh, and they are the جَرَاجِمَة; and some of them, in El-Yemen, and they are the أَبْنَآء; and some of them, in El-Mowsil, and they are the جَرَامِقَة: (S, TA:) the n. un. is ↓ خِضْرِمِىٌّ. (K.) مُخَضْرَمٌ [pass. part. n. of خَضْرَمَ]. You say نَاقَةٌ مُخَضْرَمَةٌ A she-camel having the extremity of her ear cut. (S, K.) And أُذُنٌ مُخَضْرَمَةٌ An ear cut. (Mz 49th نوع.) b2: Hence, as some say, (Mz ubi suprá,) A man, (K, Mz,) or a poet, (S, K,) who lived in the Time of Ignorance and in that of El-Islám; (S, K, and Mz ubi suprà) as though he were cut off from paganism to ElIslám; (Mz ubi suprà;) or from infidelity; (IB, TA;) as Lebeed, (S, K, and Mz 20th نوع,) and Hassán Ibn-Thábit, and Nábighah of the BenooJaadeh, and Aboo-Zubeyd, and 'Amr Ibn-Sha-s, and Ez-Zibrikán Ibn-Bedr, and 'Amr Ibn-MaadeeKerib, and Kaab Ibn-Zuheyr, and Maan Ibn-Ows: (Mz 20th نوع: [see also إِسْلَامِىٌّ, and شَاهِدٌ:]) or a person who passed half of his life in the Time of Ignorance, and half thereof in that of El-Islám: (K:) [I have generally found the word thus written;] but IB says that, accord. to most of the lexicologists, it is ↓ مُخَضْرِمٌ, with kesr to the ر; for the pagans, when they became Muslims, cut somewhat of the extremities of the ears of their camels (خَضْرَمُوا آذَانَ إِبِلِهِمْ) as a sign of their being Muslims in case of their being attacked and plundered, or their being made war with; (IB, TA;) and this they were ordered to do in a manner different from that of the pagans: (TA:) accord. to some, the epithet applied to a poet of the class above mentioned is محضرم, with the unpointed ح, [i. e. مُحَضْرِمٌ,] from الحَضْرَمَةٌ signifying الخَلْطُ, [like الخَضْرَمَةُ, as shown above,] because of his mixing paganism with El-Islám: (Mz 49th نوع:) or مُحَضْرَمٌ: (K in art. حضرم:) and in like manner IKh explains the epithet ↓ مُخَضْرِمٌ. (TA.) b3: Also A black man whose father is white. (IKh, K. *) b4: and Deficient in respect of الحَسَب; (K;) meaning not of generous parentage. (TA.) b5: And One whose origin is suspected; or who claims for his father one who is not: (K:) and so مُخَضْرَمُ النَّسَبِ: (S, TA:) or مُخَضْرَمٌ فِى نَسَبِهِ means of mixed parentage. (TA.) One whose father is unknown: [or, app., accord. to the TA, whose parents are unknown:] or one sprung from [a succession of] concubines. (K.) b6: Uncircumcised. (K.) And, with ة, applied to a woman, Circumcised: (S, K:) or, as some say, cut, by a mistake of the woman operating, in a place not that of circumcision. (TA.) b7: Flesh-meat such that one knows not whether it be from a male or a female. (S, K.) b8: Accord. to IAar, who does not explain it, (ISd, TA,) it is applied also to food, (ISd, K,) ISd thinks (TA) as meaning Insipid; (ISd, K;) neither sweet nor bitter. (ISd.) b9: And Water between heavy and light: (T, K, TA:) or not sweet. (TA.) b10: See also خِضْرِمٌ.

مُخَضْرِمٌ: see مُخَضْرَمٌ, in two places.

مُتَخَضْرِمٌ, applied to butter, [as also مُتَحَصْرِمٌ and مُحَصْرَمٌ,] Dissundered, or separated [into clots]; not coalescing; by reason of cold. (K. [See Q. 2.])
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