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1 دَعَبَ, (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K,) aor. دَعَبَ, (A, Mgh, Msb, K,) inf. n. دُعَابَةٌ (S, * Mgh, MF) and دُعْبُبٌ, (MF,) [see the former of these two ns. below,] He jested, or joked; (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K;) as also دَعِبَ, aor. دَعَبَ: (Mgh, Msb:) or he jested, or joked, with playing, or sporting. (TA.) b2: And i. q. دَفَعَ [He impelled, pushed, thrust, &c.]. (K.) b3: And Inivit [feminam]. (A, K.) b4: [The last, perhaps, from the same verb signifying He trod a road; mentioned by Freytag as used in this sense in the Deewán of the Hudhalees.]3 داعبهُ, (A, Msb, K,) inf. n. مُدَاعَبَةٌ, (S, A, Msb,) He jested, or joked, with him: (S, A, Msb, K:) [or he did so, playing, or sporting, with him: see 1.]5 تدعّب عَلَيْهِ He acted, or behaved, presumptuously, or boldly, towards him; syn. تَدَلَّلَ, (K, TA,) from الدَّلَالُ. (TA.) 6 تداعبوا They jested, or joked, [or they did so, playing, or sporting,] one with another. (A, Msb, K.) دَعِبٌ: see دَاعِبٌ.

دُعْبُبٌ: see دُعَابَةٌ.

A2: See also دَاعِبٌ: b2: and دُعْبُوبٌ. b3: Also A good, or an excellent, singer. (K.) b4: A youth soft or tender, thin-skinned, or fine-shinned, and plump. (K.) A3: The fruit of a certain plant: (K:) or (K, TA) the plant itself, namely, (TA,) عَنِبُ الثَّعْلَبِ; [see art. ثعلب;] (K, TA;) of the dial. of El-Yemen. (TA.) دُعْبُوبٌ, (K, TA,) applied to a man, (TA,) Brisk, lively, or sprightly. (K.) b2: Stupid, or foolish; as also ↓ أَدْعَبُ, (K, TA,) and ↓ دُعْبُبٌ: (TA:) and stupid, or foolish, and jesting, or joking. (TA.) b3: Weak, (S, K,) and an object of ridicule. (K.) b4: Short and ugly and contemptible. (K, * TA.) b5: I. q. مُخَنَّثٌ, (CK, and so in my MS. copy of the K,) or مُخَنِّثٌ, of the form of the act. part. n., (TA,) [Effeminate, &c.]

b6: Applied to a horse, Tall, or long-bodied; syn. طَوِيلٌ. (K.) A2: A road beaten, or trodden, (S, K,) travelled, (TA,) and plain, or conspicuous. (K, TA.) A3: A dark night. (K.) A4: Black ants; as also ↓ دُعَابَةٌ. (K.) b2: A certain black esculent grain: or the stem, or root, (أَصْل,) of a certain herb, or leguminous plant, (بَقْلَة,) which is peeled and eaten. (K.) رِيحٌ دُعْبِيَّةٌ: see دَاعِبٌ.

دُعَابَةٌ A jesting, or joking; (S, Msb;) such as is deemed pleasing, or facetious: (Msb:) or play, or sport; (A, K;) as also ↓ دُعْبُبٌ: (K:) both of which words are also used as inf. ns.: and the latter is also used as an epithet; [as explained below, voce دَاعِبٌ;] app. in an intensive sense [because originally an inf. n.]. (MF.) and Speech that causes laughter. (Har p. 18.) b2: Also Stupidity, or foolishness. (K.) A2: See also دُعْبُوبٌ.

دَعَّابٌ: see the next paragraph.

دَعَّابَةٌ: see the next paragraph.

دَاعِبٌ and ↓ دَعِبٌ (A, Msb, K) and [in a sense thought by MF to be intensive (see دُعَابَةٌ)]

↓ دُعْبُبٌ (K) and [in an intensive sense] ↓ دَعَّابٌ (S [there coupled with لَعَّابٌ, perhaps as an explicative adjunct,]) and [in a sense doubly intensive] ↓ دَعَّابَةٌ (K) Jesting, or joking, (A, Msb,) and saying what is deemed pleasing, or facetious: (A:) or playing, or sporting: (K:) [in the case of the third, app., and of the fourth, much, or often: and in the case of the last, very much, or very often.] b2: [Hence,] مَآءٌ دَاعِبٌ (tropical:) Water playing in its course, or running hither and thither: (A, K:) pl. مِيَاهٌ دَوَاعِبُ. (A.) And رِيحٌ دَاعِبَةٌ A wind, (A,) or violent wind, (TA,) that carries away everything; as it were, making sport with it: pl. رِيَاحٌ دَوَاعِبٌ: (A, TA:) and ↓ رِيحٌ دُعْبِيَّةٌ signifies the same; (TA;) or [simply] a violent wind. (K.) أَدْعَبُ: see دُعْبُوبٌ.
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