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2 دبّح, inf. n. تَدْبِيحٌ, (S, Msb, K, &c.,). said of a man, (S, Msb, &c.,) He stretched out his back, and lowered his head, (As, S, Msb, * K,) so that his head was lower than his posteriors; (As, S, Msb; *) as also ↓ اندبح; (K;) and so دبّخ, [q. v.,] with خ: (Msb:) the doing thus in inclining the body in prayer, like as the ass does [when he is mounted], is forbidden in a trad.: (S, Msb:) i. e. he lowered his head in inclining his body in prayer so that it was lower than his back: (A'Obeyd, Msb:) or he lowered his head, and raised his posteriors, in prayer: (TA:) or [simply] he lowered his head; (IAar, T, TA;) as also دبّخ [q. v.]: (T, TA:) or he did so in walking: (TA:) or he bent his back; (Lh, T, Msb, TA;) as also دبّخ; with which As says that دنّخ, with ن and خ, is syn.: (Msb:) and دبّح ظَهْرَهُ signifies he (a man) bent his back, raising the middle of it as though it were a camel's hump: erroneously related by Lth with ذ. (T, TA.) b2: Also He (a boy, in play,) lowered his back in order that another might come running from a distance and mount upon him. (Aboo-'Adnán, TA.) And one says, دَبِّحْ لِى حَتَّى أَرْكَبَكَ, meaning Stoop for me in order that I may mount upon thee. (TA.) b3: Also, said of an ass having a sore back, He relaxed his legs, and lowered his back and rump, by reason of pain, on being mounted. (L.) b4: And He was, or became, low, base, abject, or ignominious. (IAar, K.) [and so دَنَّحَ and دَنَّحَ.] b5: دبّحت الكَمْأَةُ [The truffles pushed up the ground above them, or] the ground swelled up from the truffles, without their appearing (K) as yet. (TA.) b6: دبّح فِى بَيْتِهِ He kept in his house, or tent; not going forth. (K.) 7 إِنْدَبَحَ see 1, first sentence.

مَا بِالدَّارِ دِبِّيحٌ There is not in the house any one, (A'Obeyd, K;) as also دِبِّيجٌ [q. v.]; but the former is the more chaste. (TA.) رَمْلَةٌ مُدَبِّحَةٌ A gibbous tract of sand: pl. مَدَابِحُ: (ISh, K:) you say رِمَالٌ مَدَابِحُ. (TA.)
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