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1383. ذأب14 1384. ذأر7 1385. ذأف7 1386. ذأل10 1387. ذأم13 1388. ذأن61389. ذا8 1390. ذات5 1391. ذاك1 1392. ذب4 1393. ذبح19 1394. ذبر12 1395. ذبل15 1396. ذحل13 1397. ذخر17 1398. ذر5 1399. ذرأ12 1400. ذرب14 1401. ذرح12 1402. ذرع17 1403. ذرف14 1404. ذرق16 1405. ذرو9 1406. ذعب4 1407. ذعر15 1408. ذعف12 1409. ذعن15 1410. ذف3 1411. ذفر16 1412. ذقن15 1413. ذكر19 1414. ذكو8 1415. ذل5 1416. ذلف15 1417. ذلق13 1418. ذلك2 1419. ذلى3 1420. ذم4 1421. ذمر13 1422. ذمل11 1423. ذمى3 1424. ذن4 1425. ذنب19 1426. ذه4 1427. ذهب16 1428. ذهل15 1429. ذهن13 1430. ذو8 1431. ذوب14 1432. ذوباج1 1433. ذود18 1434. ذوف8 1435. ذوق14 1436. ذول7 1437. ذون4 1438. ذوى6 1439. ذى3 1440. ذيأ7 1441. ذيا3 1442. ذيب6 1443. ذيت8 1444. ذير6 1445. ذيع13 1446. ذيف7 1447. ذيل14 1448. ذيم10 1449. ذين7 1450. ر7 1451. رأ1 1452. رأب8 1453. رأبل5 1454. رأد8 1455. رأس13 1456. رأف12 1457. رأل9 1458. رأم13 1459. رأو2 1460. رأى9 1461. را1 1462. رب6 1463. ربأ12 1464. ربت9 1465. ربث10 1466. ربح15 1467. ربد17 1468. ربذ12 1469. ربص15 1470. ربض15 1471. ربط17 1472. ربع23 1473. ربق13 1474. ربك11 1475. ربل13 1476. ربو12 1477. ربى3 1478. رت3 1479. رتب17 1480. رتج14 1481. رتع15 1482. رتق15 Prev. 100
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أن1 ذَأَنَهُ, [aor. ذَاَ^َ,] inf. n. ذَأْنٌ, [app. from ذُؤْنُونٌ, q. v.,] He held his state, or condition, to be contemptible and weak. (TA.) R. Q. 1 ذَأْنَنَتِ الأَرْضُ The land produced the kind of plant called ذُؤْنُون. (IAar, M.) R. Q. 2 خَرَجُوا يَتَدَأْنَنُونَ (S, so in both of my copies, and K and TK, but [erroneously] written in the TT as from the M يتذأْنون, and in some copies of the K يَتَذَآئَنُونَ, or يَتَذَآءَنُونَ, [the verb being evidently a denominative from ذُؤْنُونٌ like تَجَلْبَبَ from جِلْبَابٌ,]) They went forth (S, M, K) to take, (S,) or to seek and take, (M,) or to gather, (K,) the kind of plant called ذُؤْنُون (S, M, K.) ذُؤْنُونٌ [A kind, or species, of fungus; perhaps a species of phallus;] a certain plant, (T, S, K,) of the same kind as the عُرْجُون and the طُرْثُوثِ, which grows in the winter, and, when the day becomes hot, rots, and goes away; (IAar, T;) said by Abu-l-'Omeythil to be, in form, like the هِلْيَوْن [or asparagus]: (T:) pl. ذَآنِينُ: (T, S:) and some pronounce the sing. ذُونُونٌ, without ء; and make the pl. ذَوَانِينُ: (T, TA:) a certain plant that grows at the roots of the أَرْطَى and رِمْث and أَلَآء; the ground cleaving, and disclosing it, it comes forth like the سَوَاعِد [app. here meaning the upper arms, above the elbows,] of men; has no leaves; is black (أَسْحَمُ), and dustcoloured; is pointed [and roundish] in its extremity, like the glans of the penis in form; has envelopes (أَكْمَامُ) like those of the [bean called]

بَاقِلَّى; and has a yellow fruit at its upper part: some say that it is a plant that grows like the [fungi called] عَرَاجِين, of the plants termed فُطْر: AHn says that what are termed ذَآنِين are things of the [fungi called] فُقُوع, that come forth from beneath the ground like thick عُمُد [or poles]; nothing eats them, except that camels feed upon them in the year of drought, and goats eat them and fatten upon them; they have a root-stock (أَرُومَة); and are used as medicines; and none but the hungry will eat them, because of their bitterness: he also says in one place, they grow at the roots of trees, most like to the asparagus (هِلْيَوْن), except that they are larger and thicker; and have no leaves; but they have a بُرْعُومَة [app. here meaning a head, such as is termed a pileus, or cap], which assumes a roseate colour, and then changes to yellow: the ذؤنون is all [full of] water [or juice]; and is white, except what appears thereof, of that بُرْعُومَة; and nothing eats it, except when men are afflicted with drought and have nothing [else] to eat: the n. un. is with ة: (M:) ISh says that it is of a tawny colour, smooth and round, having leaves that stick to it, tall like the طُرْثُوث, not eaten save by sheep or goats, [and grows] in plain, or soft, tracts: IB says that it is the wild هِلْيَوْن. (TA.) One says of a people who were characterized by courage and excellence, and who have perished, their state having changed, ذَآنِينُ لَا رِمْثَ لَهَا وَ طَرَاثِيثُ لَا أَرْطَى

[Dhu-noonehs having no rimthehs, and turthoothehs having no artáhs]: meaning that they have been extirpated, and that none of them remains: (TA:) or ذآنين لا رمث لها is a prov. applied to him who is ruined, and has nothing remaining, after having had a family and dignity and wealth. (TA voce طُرْثُوثٌ.)
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