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1 خَاطَ, (Msb, TA,) first pers. خِطْتُ, (S,) aor. يَخِيطُ, (Msb,) inf. n. خِيَاطَةٌ, (S, TA,) or this is a simple subst., (Msb, TK,) and the inf. n. is خَيْطٌ, (TK,) which is said in the K to be syn. with خِيَاطَةٌ, but this last is a mistake for خِيَاطٌ as signifying “thread,” (TA,) or “a thread,” (AZ, TA,) though خِيَاطٌ is also syn. with خِيَاطَةٌ, (TA,) He sewed, sewed together, or sewed up, a garment, or piece of cloth; (S, Msb, TA;) as also ↓ خيّطهُ, inf. n. تَخْيِيطٌ. (TA.) b2: [Hence,] خَاطَ بَعِيرًا بِبَعِيرٍ (tropical:) He coupled a camel with a camel [by tying the end of the halter of one to the tail of the other]. (TA.) b3: خَاطَتِ الحَيَّةُ, (TA,) inf. n. خَيْطٌ, (K, TA,) (tropical:) The serpent ran along upon the ground. (K, * TA.) b4: ↓ خاط إِلَيْهِ خَيْطَةً (tropical:) He passed by him, or it, [or to, or towards, him or it,] once: or ↓ خاط خَيْطَةً he passed along quickly: (K, * TA:) and so ↓ اختاط and اِخْتَطَى. (K.) It is said by Kr to be formed by transposition from الخَطْوُ: but this is a mistake; for, were it so, they would have said, خاط خَوْطَةً, not خَيْطَةً. (ISd.) Accord. to Lth, خاط ↓ خَيْطَةً وَاحِدَةً means (assumed tropical:) He made his journey [or a journey] without interruption. (TA.) In the A it is said that ↓ خاط فُلَانٌ خَيْطَةً means (tropical:) Such a one journeyed on, not pausing for anything: and in like manner, خاط إِلَى مَقْصِدِهِ (tropical:) [He journeyed on, not pausing for anything, to his place, or object, of aim]. (TA.) 2 خَيَّطَ see 1. b2: خَيَّطَ الشَّيْبُ فِى رَأْسِهِ, (S, K,) inf. n. تَخْيِيطٌ, (K,) means (tropical:) Whiteness of the hair, or hoariness, appeared upon his head (K, TA) in streaks, or lines: (TA:) it is like وَخَطَ: (S, TA:) or became like threads: (K:) and in like manner, فِى لِحْيَتِهِ in his beard. (TA.) Bedr Ibn-' Ámir El-Hudhalee says, أَقْسَمْتُ لَا أَنْسَى مَنِيحَةَ وَاحِدٍ حَتَّى تُخَيِّطَ بِالبَيَاضِ قُرُونِى (S, TA) [I swear that I will not forget the loan (here meaning the قَصِيدَة, Skr) of one (meaning Abu-l-'Iyál [with whom he was carrying on a controversy], Skr)] until the sides of my head become streaked with whiteness: (TA:) but some read تُخَيَّطَ; and Ibn-abeeb says that خَيَّطَ الشَّيْبُ الرَّأْسَ signifies (assumed tropical:) Whiteness of the hair, or hoariness, became conjoined and continuous upon the head, as though one part thereof were sewed to another: (IB, TA:) some read ↓ تَخَيَّطَ; and accord. to the K, you say, تَخَيَّطَ رَأْسُهُ بِالشَّيْبِ, meaning (assumed tropical:) His head became streaked, or marked as with threads, by whiteness of the hair, or hoariness: [the best reading seems to be تَخَيَّطَ, for تَتَتخَيَّطَ:] and some read تَوَخَّطَ [for تَتَوَخَّطَ, from تَوَخَّطَ as having the meaning here assigned to تَخَيَّطَ]. (TA.) 5 تَخَيَّطَ see 2.8 إِخْتَيَطَ see 1.

خَاطٌ: see خَيَّاطٌ.

خَيْطٌ Thread, or string; or a thread or string; syn. سِلْكٌ; (S, K;) the thing with which one sews; (Msb;) [often used as a coll. gen. n.; n. un. with ة;] and ↓ خِيَاطٌ [likewise] signifies the thing with which a garment, or piece of cloth, is sewed; as also ↓ مِخْيَطٌ; besides having another signification, common to it with the last, namely “a needle; ” (K;) the pl. of خَيْطٌ is أَخْيَاطٌ [a pl. of pauc.] (IB, K) and خُيُوطٌ (S, Msb, K) and خُيُوطَةٌ [both pls. of mult.]. (S, K.) It is said in a trad., وَالمِخْيَطَ ↓ أَدُّوا الخِيَاطَ, meaning [Bring ye] the خَيْط and the needle. (TA.) And you say, ↓ أَعْطِنِى خِيَاطًا and نِصَاحًا, i. e. [Give thou to me] a single خَيْط. (AZ, TA.) [أَعْطِنَى خِيَاطًا وَنِصَاحًا may, however, mean Give thou to me a needle and thread.] b2: خَيْطُ الرَّقَبَةِ (assumed tropical:) The نُخَاع [or spinal cord] of the neck. (S, K) You say, جَاحَشَ فُلَانٌ عَنْ خَيْطِ رَقَبَتِهِ, meaning (tropical:) Such a one defended his blood. (S, O, L.) b3: الخَيْطُ الأَبْيَضُ and الخَيْطُ الأَسْوَدُ, mentioned in the Kur ii. 183, mean (assumed tropical:) The true dawn, and the false dawn: (Msb:) or the whiteness of the dawn, and the blackness of night; (K, TA;) likened to a thread because of its thinness: (TA:) or the whiteness of day, and the blackness of night: (A 'Obeyd, Nh:) or the dawn that extends sideways, and the dawn that rises high, or, as some say, the blackness of night: (S:) or what appears of the true dawn, which is the مُسْتَطِير, and what extends with it of the darkness of night, which is the dawn termed the مُسْتَطِيل: (Mgh:) or what first appears of the dawn spreading sideways in the horizon, and what extends with it of the darkness of the last part of the night: (Bd:) or the dawn that rises high, filling the horizon, and the dawn that appears black, extending sideways: (Aboo-Is-hák:) or the real meaning is the day and the night. (TA.) الخَيْطَانِ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The night and the day. (L in art. وسد.) تَبَيَّنَ الخَيْطُ مِنَ الخَيْطِ means (tropical:) [The night became distinct from the day: or] what is termed الخَيْطُ الأَبْيَضُ became distinct from what is termed الخَيْطُ الأَسْوَدُ. (TA.) And خَيْطٌ مِنَ الصُّبْحِ is also said to signify (assumed tropical:) A tint of the dawn. (TA.) [See بَرِيمُ الصُّبْحِ in art. برم.] b4: خَيْطُ بَاطِلٍ (tropical:) What is called لُعَابُ الشَّمْسِ and مُخَاطُ الشَّيْطَانِ, (S, TA,) which last is explained by Z and IB as meaning what comes forth from the mouth of the spider: (TA: [the author of which says that, accord. to this explanation, this term differs from لعاب الشمس: but in so saying he seems to be in error: both evidently signify gossamer:]) it was applied as a surname, or nickname, to Marwán Ibn-El-Hakam; because he was tall, and loose, or uncompact, in frame: (S:) or it signifies the air; syn. الهَوَآءُ [perhaps a mistranscription for الهَبَآءُ, occurring in another explanation hereafter]: (K:) or light entering from an aperture in a wall [into a dark place] (Th, K:) or خَيْطُ البَاطِلِ signifies the scattered هَبَآء [or atoms that are seen in the rays of the sun] entering from an aperture in a wall [into a dark place] when the sun is hot: and one says, فُلَانٌ أَدَقُّ مِنْ خَيْطِ البَاطِلِ (tropical:) [Such a one is less in estimation than the scattered atoms that are seen in the rays of the sun]; a prov., applied to him who is in an abject state; thus related, on the authority of Ahmad Ibn-Yahyà, by Az and others; but by Sgh, erroneously, أَرَقُّ مِنْ خَيْطِ بَاطِلٍ. (TA.) b5: See also what next follows, in two places.

خِيطٌ (As, IDrd, S, K) and ↓ خَيْطٌ (IDrd, Msb, K) and ↓ خَيْطَى (S, K) (assumed tropical:) A collection, or flock, of ostriches, (S, Msb, K, &c.,) and a swarm of locusts, (K,) and a ↓ خَيْط is sometimes of [wild] bulls or cows: (L, TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أَخْيَاطٌ (IB) and [of mult.] خِيطَانٌ: (K:) ↓ which last, as also ↓ خَيْطَانٌ, signifies likewise a company of men. (TA.) [خِيطٌ may perhaps be originally خُيْطٌ, pl. of خَيْطَآءُ, q. v.]

خَيَطٌ (tropical:) Length of the neck of an ostrich, (S, TA,) and of the [bones, such as are termed] قَصَب thereof: or, as some say, a constant mixture of blackness with whiteness therein: or their being in an uninterrupted line, like an extended خَيْط [or thread]. (TA.) خَيْطَةٌ [n. un. of خَيْطٌ, q. v. b2: Also,] in the dial. of Hudheyl, (S,) A wooden peg or stoke, (Skr, S, K,) which is fixed in a mountain, in order that one may let himself down [by means of a rope attached thereto] over against the place where [wild] honey is deposited [to gather it]. (Skr.) Aboo-Dhu-eyb says, (S, TA,) describing the gathere of honey, (TA,) تَدَلَّى عَلَيْهَا بَيْنَ سِبٍّ وَخَيْطَةٍ بِجَرْدَآءَ مِثْلِ الوَكْفِ يَكْبُو غُرَابُهَا (S, TA,) i. e. He let himself down [over against it, meaning the place of the honey, partly] by means of a rope (for so سِبّ signifies) and [partly by means of] a wooden peg or stake [to which the rope was attached, fixed] in a rock smooth like the [leather termed] وَكْف, i. q. نِطَع, [the crow of which rock would fall prone upon its face for want of something therein to which to cling:] (TA:) or (in the K “ and ”) خيطة signifies a rope; (As, Az, K, TA;) [and if so, سِبّ here means “ a wooden peg,” which is a signification assigned to it in the K in art. سب:] or, accord. to AA, a slender rope (S, L, TA) made [of the bark] of the tree called سَلَب: (L, TA:) and (accord. to some, TA) a string which is with the gatherer of honey, (K, TA,) and with which he pulls the rope [app. when he has detached himself from the latter to gather the honey], it being tied to him: (TA:) or a [tunic of the kind called]

دُرَّاعَة, [of leather,] which he wears. (Ibn-Habeeb, K, TA. [In the CK, دُرّاعَةٍ is erroneously put for دُرَّاعَةٌ.]) A2: See also 1, in four places. One says also, مَاآتِيكَ إِلَّا الخَيْطَةَ (assumed tropical:) I do not come to thee save sometime. (TA.) خَيْطَى: see خِيطٌ.

خَيْطَآءُ (tropical:) A she-ostrich long in the neck. (S, K, TA.) خَيْطَانٌ and خِيطَانٌ: see خِيطٌ.

خِيَاطٌ A needle; as also ↓ مِخْيَطٌ. (S, Msb, * K.) Hence the saying in the Kur [vii. 38], حَتَّى يَلِجَ الحَبَلُ فِى سَمِّ الخِيَاطِ [Until the camel enter into the eye of the needle]. (S.) b2: See also خَيْطٌ, in three places. b3: And see مَخِيطٌ.

خِيَاطَةٌ The art of sewing. (Msb, TA.) [See also 1.]

خَيَّاطٌ A seamster; one whose occupation is that of sewing; (Msb, K;) as also ↓ خَائِطٌ (K) and ↓ خَاطٌ. (Sgh, K. [in the CK خَاطٌّ.]) [In the present day, its predominant application is to A tailor.] b2: Also (assumed tropical:) One who passes along quickly. (TA.) خَائِطٌ: see خَيَّاطٌ.

مَخِيطٌ and ↓ مَخْيُوطٌ A garment, or piece of cloth, sewed: (S, Msb, K:) the ى in the former is the و of the measure مَفْعُولٌ, changed into ى because of its being quiescent and the preceding letter's being with kesr; the letter preceding it being made movent because it and the و are quiescent after the ى has fallen out; [for by dropping the ى it becomes changed from مَخْيُوطٌ to مَخْوْطٌ;] and it is made movent with kesr [and thus changed from مَخْوْطٌ to مَخِوْطٌ, which necessarily becomes مَخِيطٌ,] in order to its being known that the letter which has dropped out is ى: some say that the ى in مَخِيطٌ is the radical, and that the letter thrown out is the و of the measure مَفْعُولٌ, in order that the word with و [for its medial radical] may be known from that with ى; [so that it is changed from مَخْيُوطٌ to مَخْيُطٌ, and then to مَخْيْطٌ, and then to مَخِيطٌ;] but the former saying is the right, because the و is a formative augment, and it is not proper that such should be thrown out. (S.) b2: Also, the former, (assumed tropical:) The whole of the exterior of the belly. (ISh.) b3: And (assumed tropical:) A place of passage; (O, L, TA;) a meaning erroneously assigned in the K to ↓ خِيَاطٌ and ↓ مَخْيَطٌ: (TA:) and particularly, (tropical:) of a serpent; (TA;) the place of creeping along of a serpent. (K, TA.) مِخْيَطٌ: see خَيْطٌ: b2: and خِيَاطٌ. b3: See also مَخِيطٌ.

مَخْيُوطٌ: see مَخِيطٌ.
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