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1196. خوب10 1197. خوت13 1198. خوخ11 1199. خود11 1200. خور15 1201. خوص151202. خوض17 1203. خوف17 1204. خوق10 1205. خول16 1206. خوم10 1207. خون20 1208. خوى10 1209. خى1 1210. خيب11 1211. خيت5 1212. خير19 1213. خيش8 1214. خيط16 1215. خيف15 1216. خيل18 1217. خيم13 1218. خيو2 1219. د7 1220. دأ1 1221. دأب14 1222. دأل9 1223. دأو3 1224. دب5 1225. دبج14 1226. دبح13 1227. دبخ7 1228. دبر19 1229. دبس16 1230. دبغ15 1231. دبق16 1232. دبل15 1233. دبو1 1234. دث4 1235. دثر20 1236. دج3 1237. دجر14 1238. دجل18 1239. دجن17 1240. دجو7 1241. دجى1 1242. دحر14 1243. دحرج9 1244. دحض17 1245. دحق9 1246. دحل11 1247. دحو9 1248. دحى3 1249. دخدر4 1250. دخر14 1251. دخرص7 1252. دخل18 1253. دخن17 1254. دد5 1255. ددن7 1256. ددو2 1257. در5 1258. درأ14 1259. دراقن1 1260. درب19 1261. دربان1 1262. درج18 1263. درد13 1264. درز13 1265. درس21 1266. درع18 1267. درق14 1268. درك18 1269. درن16 1270. دره12 1271. درهره2 1272. درهم11 1273. درى10 1274. دس4 1275. دست7 1276. دستبند1 1277. دستور3 1278. دسر17 1279. دسع13 1280. دسكر8 1281. دسم19 1282. دشت7 1283. دع4 1284. دعب16 1285. دعج13 1286. دعر16 1287. دعك10 1288. دعم16 1289. دعمص9 1290. دعو9 1291. دعى2 1292. دغر15 1293. دغص11 1294. دغفل7 1295. دغل16 Prev. 100




1 خَوِصَ, aor. خَوَصَ, inf. n. خَوَصٌ, He (a man, S) had the eye sunk, or depressed: (S, K:) or the inf. n. signifies the eye's being narrow, or contracted, and sunk, or depressed: (Msb:) or its being small, and sunk, or depressed: (A:) or its being sunk, or depressed, and narrow, or contracted, and small: or one eye's being smaller than the other: or the eye's being narrow in the slit, naturally, or by reason of disease: or accord. to AM, all that they have related respecting this word is correct except narrowness of the eyes; for the Arabs, when they mean this, use the term حَوَصٌ, with [the unpointed] ح; but when they mean the eye's being sunk, or depressed, this they term خَوَصٌ, with [the pointed] خ: (TA:) and accord. to A 'Obeyd's relation on the authority of his companions, (TA,) [and accord. to Mtr also,] خَوِصَتْ عَيْنُهُ signifies his eye became sunk, or depressed; (Mgh, TA;) but حَوِصَتْ, “ it became narrow, or contracted. ” (Mgh.) b2: Also خَوِصَتْ, inf. n. as above; and ↓ اخواصّت, inf. n. اِخْوِيصَاصٌ; She (a ewe) had one of her eyes black, and the other white. (AZ, TA.) 2 خوّص الشَّجَرُ, inf. n. تَخْوِيصٌ, said of palmtrees, [and some others, see خُوصٌ,] The trees put forth leaves, [or only leaves of the kinds called خُوصِ,] little by little. (L, TA.) See also 4. b2: خوّص التَّاجَ, inf. n. as above, He ornamented the crown with plates of gold (K, TA) of the width of palm-leaves. (TA.) 3 خَاْوَصَ see 6, in two places.4 أَخْوَصَتِ النَّخْلُ The palm-trees put forth their خُوص [or leaves]: (S, K:) or, accord. to the A, you say, النَّخْلُ ↓ خَوَّصَتِ, meaning the palm-trees put forth their leaves. (TA.) [See also 2, above.] اخوص is also said of the عَرْفَج, (S, K,) and of the رِمْث, (TA,) [and of other trees, (see خُوصٌ,)] or of trees in general, (TA,) or of trees (الشَّجَر) you say أَخَاصَ, inf. n. إِخْوَاصٌ, (AHn, ISd,) the verb being thus made infirm, and the inf. n. sound, (ISd,) or of all trees except thorny trees and herbs or leguminous plants, (TA,) meaning, It broke out with leaves: (S, K:) or, when said of the عرفج, its خُوص became perfect. (AA, TA voce عَرْفَجٌ; and S voce ثَقَّبَ.) And you say also, أَخْوَصَتِ الخُوصَةُ The خُوصَة [see خُوصٌ] appeared. (TA.) 6 تخاوص, (A, K,) or تخاوص فِى نَظَرِهِ, (TA,) He blinked, or contracted his eyelids, (A, K,) somewhat, (K,) looking intently, as though he were aiming an arrow; and so in looking at the sun; (A, K;) as also ↓ خاوص. (K.) [But the latter is trans.] You say, فُلَانًا ↓ إِنَّهُ يُخَاوِصُ, and يتَخَاوَصَ لَهُ, Verily he blinks, or contracts his eyelids, looking intently, at such a one, as though he were aiming an arrow. (A.) [See also تَحَاوَصَ إِلَى الشَّمْسِ; and هُوَ يُحَاوِصُ فُلَانًا.] b2: [Hence,] تَخَاوَصَتِ النُّجُومُ, (A,) or تخاوصت النجوم لِلْغُرُوبِ, (TA,) (tropical:) The stars inclined to setting. (A, TA.) 11 إِخْوَاْصَّ see 1, last signification.

خُوصٌ The leaves of the date-palm, (T, S, A, Msb, K,) and of the مُقْل [or Thebaïc palm], (T, TA,) and of the نَارَجِيل [or cocoa-nut-tree], and the like, (TA,) and of the عَرْفَج, (T, K,) and of the ثُمَام, (T, TA,) and of the نَصِىّ, (S voce أُمْصُوخَة, q. v.,) and of the أَرْطَى, and of the أَلَآء, and of the سَبَط: (Ibn-'Eiyásh Ed-Dabbee, K:) n. un. with ة: (T, S, K, &c.:) the خوصة of the عرفج is the green [part] thereof when it appears upon the white thereof; (TA;) [or] it resembles the leaves of the حِنَّآء: that of the ارطى is like the هَدَب [or evergreen leaves] of the أَثْل: that of the الآء has the form of the ears of sheep, or goats: and that of the سَبَط has the form of the حَلْفَآء: (Ibn-'Eiyásh, TA:) there is also the خوصة of the [class of trees or plants called] جَنْبَة, which is of the plants, or herbage, of the [season called] صَيْف, or, as some say, it is what grows upon a root-stock or rhizoma (عَلَى أَرُومَةٍ): (TA:) but to herbs, or leguminous plants, of which the leaves fall and become scattered when they dry up, there is no خوصة. (T, TA.) خِيَاصَةٌ The trade, or art, of the خَوَّاص. (A, TA.) خَوَّاصٌ A seller of خُوص: (S, K:) or a weaver thereof [into baskets and mats and the like]: (A:) or both. (TA.) أَخْوَصُ A man (S, Mgh) having the eye sunk, or depressed; (S, Mgh, K;) having the quality of the eye termed خَوَصٌ: [see 1:] fem. خَوْصَآءُ: (TA:) which is [also] applied to the eye, meaning sunk, or depressed: (Mgh:) or small, and sunk, or depressed: (A:) and to a ewe, meaning having one of her eyes black, and the other white: (AZ, K:) or having one eye black, and the other, with the rest of the body, white: (TA:) pl. خُوصٌ, which, prefixed to العُيُون, is applied to camels. (A.) b2: [Hence,] بِئْرٌ خَوْصَآءُ (tropical:) A deep well; a well of which the bottom is deep; (A, K, TA;) of which the beasts see not the water: (TA:) because one contracts his eyelids (يَتَخَاوَصُ) in looking into it: (A, TA:) or خوصاء applied to a well (رَكِيَّة), signifies of which the water has sunk into the earth. (TA.) And the same epithet applied to a [mountain of the kind called] هَضْبَة, (A,) or قَارَة, (K,) (tropical:) High; lofty: (A, K:) because one contracts his eyelids in looking at it. (A, TA.) And رِيحٌ خَوْصَآءُ (tropical:) A hot wind: (K:) or a vehemently-hot wind: (A:) that makes the eye to blink, or contract the eyelids, (تَكْسِرُهَا,) by reason of heat: (K, * TA:) in which one does not see without blinking, or contracting the eyelids. (A.) And ظَهِيرَةٌ خَوْصَآءُ (tropical:) A summer mid-day vehemently hot: (A:) or most vehemently hot; (K, TA;) in which one cannot look without blinking, or contracting the eyelids. (TA.) مُخَوَّصٌ applied to a crown, Ornamented with plates of gold like خُوص in width: (A, * TA:) and applied to a vessel, having in it what resemble خُوص in shape. (TA.) مُخَوَّصٌ بِالذَّهَبِ, applied to دِيبَاج [or silk brocade], Woven with gold in the form of خُوص. (TA.) أَرْضٌ مُخَوِّصَةٌ Land in which are خُوص of the أَرْطَى and أَلَآء and عَرْفَج and سَبَط. (Ibn-'Eiyásh Ed-Dabbee, K.)
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