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1 دَجِرَ, (S, K,) aor. دَجَرَ, (K,) inf. n. دَجَرٌ, (S, K,) He was, or became, brisk, lively, or sprightly, and at the same time exulted, or exulted greatly, and behaved insolently and ungratefully: (S:) or he became confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course: (S, K:) or he became in a state like that of one who is confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course: (T:) he became in a state of confusion and disturbance: (T, K:) or [so accord. to the TA, but in the K “ and,”] he became intoxicated. (K, TA.) دَجِرٌ (TA) and ↓ دَجْرَانٌ (S, TA) Brisk, lively, or sprightly, and at the same time exulting, or exulting greatly, and behaving insolently and ungratefully: (S, TA:) or, both words, (K,) in a state of confusion, or perplexity, and unable to see his right course: (S, K:) in a state of confusion and disturbance: in a state of intoxication: (K:) and the former, stupid; foolish; possessing little sense; who pursues a wrong course: (AZ:) pl. (of the former, S) دَجَارَى (S, K) and دَجْرَى. (K.) دَجْرَانُ: see the next preceding paragraph.

دَيْجُورٌ Darkness: (S, A, K:) pl. دَيَاجِيرُ (TA) and دَيَاجِرُ. (A, TA.) You say, خُضْتُ إِلَيْكَ دَيْجُورًا كَأَنِّى خُضْتُ بَحْرًا مَسْجُورًا [I waded to thee through darkness as though I waded through a full sea]. (A.) And, in a saying of 'Alee, تَغْرِيَدَ ذَوَاتِ المَنْطِقِ فِى دَيَاجِيرِ الَوْكَارِ [Like the warbling of singing birds in the dark recesses of the nests]. (TA.) b2: It is also used as an epithet: you say لَيْلٌ دَيْجُورٌ Dark night: (TA:) and لَيْلَةٌ دَيْجُورٌ a dark night: (S, A, TA:) and دِيمَةٌ دَيْجُورٌ a dark lasting and still rain. (AHn.) b3: Also, applied to dry herbage, Dark and abundant; (Sh, K;) because of its blackness: (Sh:) or abundant and piled up: (IAth:) or, applied to herbage, abundant. (ISh.) b4: Also, applied to dust, or earth, (TA,) Of a dusty colour, inclining to black, (K,) like the colour of ashes. (TA.) b5: Also Dust, or earth, (Sh, K,) itself: (Sh:) pl. دَيَاجِيرُ. TA.) أَسْوَدُ دَيْجُورِىٌّ [Of a deep black colour]. (A.)
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