William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن

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1235. دثر19 1236. دج3 1237. دجر13 1238. دجل17 1239. دجن16 1240. دجو61241. دجى1 1242. دحر13 1243. دحرج8 1244. دحض16 1245. دحق8 1246. دحل10 1247. دحو8 1248. دحى3 1249. دخدر4 1250. دخر13 1251. دخرص7 1252. دخل17 1253. دخن16 1254. دد5 1255. ددن7 1256. ددو2 1257. در5 1258. درأ14 1259. دراقن1 1260. درب18 1261. دربان1 1262. درج17 1263. درد12 1264. درز12 1265. درس20 1266. درع17 1267. درق13 1268. درك17 1269. درن15 1270. دره11 1271. درهره2 1272. درهم10 1273. درى10 1274. دس4 1275. دست7 1276. دستبند1 1277. دستور3 1278. دسر16 1279. دسع12 1280. دسكر8 1281. دسم18 1282. دشت7 1283. دع4 1284. دعب15 1285. دعج12 1286. دعر15 1287. دعك9 1288. دعم15 1289. دعمص8 1290. دعو8 1291. دعى2 1292. دغر14 1293. دغص10 1294. دغفل7 1295. دغل15 1296. دغم14 1297. دف3 1298. دفأ12 1299. دفتر9 1300. دفر13 1301. دفع16 1302. دفق16 1303. دفل10 1304. دفن13 1305. دفو4 1306. دق6 1307. دقر11 1308. دقع13 1309. دقل15 1310. دك4 1311. دكن14 1312. دل4 1313. دلب12 1314. دلج15 1315. دلس13 1316. دلص8 1317. دلع11 1318. دلف14 1319. دلق16 1320. دلقم4 1321. دلك19 1322. دلم14 1323. دلمص4 1324. دله11 1325. دلهم7 1326. دلو12 1327. دلى3 1328. دم7 1329. دمث15 1330. دمج14 1331. دمر17 1332. دمع13 1333. دمغ18 1334. دمل16 Prev. 100




1 دَجَا, (S, K,) aor. يَدْجُو, (S,) inf. n. دَجْوٌ (S, K) and دُجُوٌّ (K) [and app. دُجًا or دُجًى, q. v. infrà], It (the night) was, or became, dark; as also ↓ ادجى and ↓ تدجّى (S, K) and ↓ اِدْجَوْجَى: (K:) or, accord. to As, دَجَا, said of the night, is not from the being dark, but signifies it covered everything: and hence, he says, the phrase, مُنْذُ دَجَا الإِسْلَامُ, meaning Since [the religion of] El-Islám became strong, and covered everything; (S;) or became strong, and spread, and covered everything: (TA:) and he also said that دَجَا means It (the night) was, or became, still, or calm; and ↓ تدجّى is said to mean the same. (TA.) b2: Also It (the hair of a she-goat) was, or became, such that one part thereof overlay another, and it was not loose and sparse. (K.) b3: Also, (K,) inf. n. دُجُوٌّ, (TA,) It (a garment) was complete, full, or ample; [such as covered the wearer completely;] or long, reaching to the ground. (K.) b4: And, said of a man, i. q. جَامَعَ; (K;) as also دَحَا. (K in art. دحو.) You say, دَجَاهَا He compressed her. (IAar, TA.) b5: دَجَا

أَمْرُهُمْ عَلَى ذٰلِكَ means (assumed tropical:) [Their affair, or case,] became in a good, right, or proper, state [upon that ground, or condition: probably from دَجَا said of the night, as meaning “ it was, or became, still, or calm ”]. (As, TA.) b6: دَجْ لَا دَجَ كُنَّ اللّٰهُ [app. Come hither, may God not protect you; if, as is probably the case, from دَجَا said of the night, as meaning “ it covered everything; ”] is said in chiding the domestic fowl. (TA. [See دَجْ in art. دج.]) 3 داجى, (K,) inf. n. مُدَاجَاةٌ, (TA,) He treated another with concealment of enmity; (K and TA in art. دجى;) as though he came to him فى دُجْيَةٍ, i. e. in darkness; (TA;) or from أَدْجَيْتُ البَيْتَ [q. v. infrà]. (Har p. 393.) b2: [Hence,] مُدَاجَاةٌ signifies [also] The treating with gentleness, or blandishment; soothing, coaxing, wheedling, or cajoling; or deceiving, deluding, beguiling, circumventing, or outwitting; or striving, endeavouring, or desiring, to do so: (S, K:) the treating hypocritically: (Har ubi suprà:) the coaxing, or wheedling, with comely behaviour or speech, not rendering sincere brotherly affection; or simply the treating with comely behaviour: and the putting [one] off [in the matter of a right, or due], as one does by repeated promises. (TA.) You say, دَاجَيْتُهُ, meaning I treated him with gentleness, or blandishment; &c.; as though with concealment of enmity. (S.) b3: Also The preventing, or forbidding, or refusing, in a manner between that of severity and that of laxness. (AA, S, K.) 4 أَدْجَوَ see 1, first sentence. b2: [Hence,] أَدْجَيْتُ البَيْتَ I let down the curtain [of the door] of the chamber. (Har p. 393.) 5 تَدَجَّوَ see 1, first sentence, in two places. b2: [Hence,] تدجّى السَّحَابُ The clouds closed together and spread so as to cover the sky. (AHn.) 12 اِدْجَوْجَى: see 1, first sentence.

دُجَةٌ The three fingers [meaning the thumb and first and second fingers] with a mouthful upon [or between] them. (K.) And The mouthful [that is taken with the thumb and first and second fingers]. (TA.) ثَلَاثُ دُجَةٍ يَحْمِلْنَ دُجَةً إِلَى

الغَيْهَبَانِ وَالمِنْثَجَةِ is an enigma of the Arabs of the desert, meaning Three fingers conveying a mouthful to the belly and the anus. (TA.) A2: A button (T, M, K) of a shirt: (T, K:) pl. دُجَاتٌ and دُجًى. (K.) b2: See also art. دجى.

دُجًا (as written by some) or دُجًى (as written by others) Darkness; (S;) and so ↓ دُجْيَةٌ, of which, in this sense, [as well as in others, mentioned in art. دجى,] دُجًى is also the pl., (S, and K in art. دجى,) accord. to Ks, as mentioned by IJ, who holds it to be [only] sing.; (Har p. 611;) and so, too, ↓ دَاجِيَةٌ, of which the pl. is دَوَاجٍ: (TA:) or دُجًى signifies the blackness of night, with clouds, so that one sees not star nor moon: or, as some say, [the state of the night] when it covers everything; not from the being dark: [see 1, first sentence:] (TA:) and اللَّيْلُ ↓ دَيَاجِى signifies the darknesses, or intense darknesses, of night. (S, K.) b2: You say also لَيْلَةٌ دُجًى [A dark night, or a night that covers everything]: and لَيَالٍ دُجًى [dark nights, &c.]; not pluralizing the latter word, because it is an inf. n. used as an epithet. (TA.) [See also دَاجٍ.]

دِجْوٌ A like, or an equal: and a [friend, or companion, such as is termed] خِدْن. (TA.) دُجْيَةٌ: see دُجًا, above: and see also art. دجى.

دَجْوَآءُ, applied to a she-goat, (K,) and to a she-camel, (TA,) Having full, ample, or long, hair or fur. (K, TA.) دَجِىٌّ: see what next follows, in two places.

لَيْلٌ دَاجٍ and ↓ دَجِىٌّ Dark night. (TA, and K in art. دجى.) And لَيْلَةٌ دَاجِيَةٌ A dark night. (S.) b2: نِعْمَةٌ دَاجِيَةٌ (K) and نَعْمَآءُ دَاجِيَةٌ (IAar, TA) An ample benefit, boon, or blessing. (IAar, K. [Or, if the right reading in the former phrase be نَعْمَةٌ, both phrases may mean Ample enjoyment or good fortune.]) إِنَّهُ لَفِى عَيْشٍ دَاجٍ, (S,) or ↓ عَيْشٍ دَاجٍ دَجِىٍّ, (TA,) app. means Verily he is in an easy or a tranquil, or a plentiful and pleasant, or a soft or delicate, state of life. (S, TA.) دَاجِيَةٌ [fem. of دَاجٍ, q. v.: b2: ] as a subst.: see دُجًا.

دَيَاجِى اللَّيْلِ: see دُجًا.
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