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1 خَضَعَ, aor. خَضَعَ, inf. n. خُضُوعٌ (S, Msb, K) and خَضْعٌ and خُضْعَانٌ, or خِضْعَانٌ, (TA,) He was, or became, lowly, humble, or submissive, (S, Msb, K,) لَهُ to him, (Msb, TA,) [for instance,] to his creditor, (Msb,) or to God; (TA;) as also ↓ اختضع, (S, K,) [and ↓ انخضع, (K in art. خذأ,)] and ↓ اِخْضَوْضَعَ: (Sgh, K:) خُضُوعٌ is nearly the same as خُشُوعٌ, except that the latter is mostly used in relation to the voice [or the eyes]; but the former is used as meaning in the necks: (Msb:) or the former is in the body, ('Eyn and K in art. خشع,) and signifies the acknowledgment of humility and submission; ('Eyn;) and the latter is in the voice and in the eyes. ('Eyn and K ubi suprà.) It is said in a trad. respecting the [devils'] hearing [the words of the angels] by stealth, خُضْعَانًا لِقَوْلِهِ [With submissiveness to his saying, or to what he said]; or, accord. to one relation, خِضْعَانًا; but it may be a pl. of خَاضِعٌ; and accord. to another relation, it is خُضَّعًا, which is a pl. of خَاضِعٌ. (TA.) b2: He was, or became, still, (K, TA,) and tractable, or submissive. (TA.) b3: He made his words soft to a woman; as also ↓ اخضع: (L:) or the latter signifies his speech was soft to a woman. (O, K.) It is said in the Kur [xxxiii. 32], فَلَا تَخْضَعْنَ بِالقَوْلِ Then be ye not soft in speech. (TA.) And you say, خَضَعَ لَهَا بِكَلَامِهِ وَخَضَعَتْ لَهُ وَتَطَمَّعَ فِيهَا [He was soft to her in speech, and she was soft to him, and he became excited to feel an eager desire for her, or to lust after her]; (TA;) and in like manner, ↓ خَاضَعَها, (K, * TA,) inf. n. مُخَاضَعَةٌ, (TA,) [he was soft in his speech to her, she being soft in her speech to him.] And خَضَعَا بَيْنَهُمَا حَدِيثًا They two (a man and a woman) made soft discourse together, saying that which excited each to feel an eager desire for, or to lust after, the other. (TA from a trad.) b4: خَضَعَ, aor. خَضَعَ, inf. n. خَضْعٌ, [or, as in two copies of the S, خَضَعٌ, though it seems that the verb is correctly خَضَعَ, not خَضِعَ,] He had a natural stooping of the neck: (TA:) and he bent himself, or became bent; as also ↓ اخضع. (Zj.) And ↓ اختضع, said of a hawk, He lowered his head to make a stoop, or to pounce down. (Z, TA.) b5: [Hence,] خَضَعَتِ الإِبِلُ (tropical:) The camels strove, or exerted themselves, or hastened, in their pace, or going; (K;) because, when they do so, they lower their necks. (TA.) And ↓ اختضع, (K,) said of a horse, (IAar,) [for the same reason,] (assumed tropical:) He went quickly, or swiftly. (IAar, K.) b6: خَضَعَ النَّجْمُ (tropical:) The star, or asterism, inclined (S, K, TA) to the place of setting, (S, TA,) or to setting: (K, TA:) and in like manner, خَضَعَتِ الشَّمْسُ (tropical:) the sun inclined &c.; like خَدَعَت: (TA:) and خَضَعَتْ أَيْدِى

الكَوَاكِبِ (tropical:) the stars inclined to setting. (Aboo-'Adnán, TA in art. خشع.) A2: خَضَعَهُ He, or it, rendered him still (K, TA) [and submissive: see 1]: the verb being both intrans. and trans. (TA.) [See also 4.] b2: Also, (K,) inf. n. خَضْعٌ and خُضُوعٌ, (TA,) He, or it, caused him to have a stooping neck; as also ↓ اخضعهُ; (K;) i. e., bent him: (TA:) said of old age. (TK.) Jereer says, أَعَدَّ اللّٰهُ لِلشُّعَرَآءِ مِنِّى

صَوَاعِقَ يَخْضَعُونَ لَهُ الرِّقَابَا [God hath prepared, for the poets, from me, thunderbolts which make the necks to stoop to Him]. (TA.) b3: خَضَعَ فُلَانًا إِلَى السَّوْءَةِ; in the K الى السُّوءِ, but the former is the right; inf. n. خُضُوعٌ; (TA;) He, or it, invited such a one to that which was foul, abominable, or evil. (K, TA.) 2 خَضَّعَ see 4.3 خَاْضَعَ see 1, near the middle of the paragraph.4 اخضع, intrans.: see 1, in two places.

A2: اخضعهُ It (poverty) lowered, humbled, or abased, him; (Msb;) [as also ↓ خضّعهُ; for its inf. n.]

تَخْضيعٌ signifies the rendering lowly, humble, or submissive; in Persian, فَرُوتَنْ كَرْدَانِيدَنْ. (KL. [But Golius, from the same source, explains the verb as signifying “ Submissum humilemque se commonstravit. ”]) [Hence,] أَخْضَعَتَنِى إِلَيْكَ الحَاجَةُ (Zj, S, TA) Want, or need, [made me lowly, humble, or submissive, to thee; or] constrained me to have recourse to thee, and to require thine aid. (TA.) b2: See also 1, near the end of the paragraph.7 إِنْخَضَعَ see 1, first sentence.8 إِخْتَضَعَ see 1, in three places.12 اخضوضع: see 1, first sentence.

خَضِعٌ A plant bending by reason of softness, or tenderness: ISd holds it to be formed after the manner of a relative, or possessive, noun, because there is no verb [of the measure خَضِعَ] to which it may be referred. (TA.) [The regular form, if it were a part. n., would be خَاضِعٌ, q. v.]

خَضْعَةٌ, or ↓ خَضَعَةٌ: see بَضَعَةٌ and بَاضِعٌ.

خَضَعَةٌ: see what next precedes.

خُضَعَةٌ A man (S) who is lowly, humble, or submissive, to everyone. (S, Sgh, K,) b2: And One who overcomes, or subdues, his adversaries, or opponents, (K, TA,) and humbles and abases them. (TA.) خَضُوعٌ: see the next paragraph, in two places.

خَاضِعٌ Lowly, humble, or submissive; (Msb;) and ↓ خَضُوعٌ signifies the same: (S, K:) [or rather the latter is an intensive epithet, signifying very lowly, &c.:] the pl. of the former is خَاضِعُونَ and خُضَّعٌ and خُضْعَانٌ, or خِضْعَانٌ: (TA:) [respecting the last two of which, see 1, second sentence:] and the pl. of ↓ خَضُوعٌ is خُضُعٌ; (S, K;) as in the phrase قَوْمٌ خُضُعُ الرِّقَابِ [A people, or company of men, very submissive in the necks]. (S.) It is said in the Kur [xxvi. 3], فَظَلَّتْ أَعْنَاقُهُمْ لَهَا خَاضِعِينَ And their necks shall continue, the pret. being used in the sense of the aor. , meaning تَدُومُ, (Jel,) submissive to it: (Jel, * TA:) the original of the phrase is فَظَلُّوا لَهَا خَاضِعِينَ; and اعناق is redundantly inserted to show the place of خُضُوع, and the predicate is left in its original state: (Bd:) or as the خضوع is only that of the اعناق, it is allowable to make the predicate relate to [the pronoun هم, which is] the complement of the latter word: (Sb, Kh:) or since the خضوع is ascribed to the necks but really belongs to the persons, the epithet has that form of pl. which is proper to rational beings: (Jel: [and the like is said by Bd:]) or اعناقهم means their chiefs: or their companies: but there is another reading [which is literally grammatical], namely خَاضِعَةً. (Bd.) b2: The pl. خُضَّعٌ is also applied to Women who have been [ or who are] soft in speech, and still. (IAar.) [See 1.] b3: نَعَامٌ خَوَاضِعُ [pl. of خَاضِعَةٌ] Ostriches inclining their heads towards the ground in their places of pasture; and in like manner, ظِبَآءٌ [gazelles]. (TA.) b4: إِبِلٌ خَوَاضِعُ (tropical:) Camels striving, or exerting themselves, or hastening, in their pace, or going; because, when they do so, they lower their necks. (TA.) b5: مَنْكِبٌ خَاضِعٌ and ↓ أَخْضَعُ A low, or depressed, shoulder-joint. (TA.) b6: نُجُومٌ خَوَاضِعُ (tropical:) Stars inclining to setting, or to their places of setting. (A, TA.) A2: Inviting to that which is foul, abominable, or evil. (TA.) أَخْضَعُ Content with abasement; fem. خَضْعَآءُ. (Lth, K.) b2: Having a natural stooping of the neck; (S, K;) applied to a man, (TA,) and to a horse, (S, TA,) and a camel, and an ostrich, and a gazelle. (TA.) b3: See also خَاضِعٌ, near the end of the paragraph.
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