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1390. ذات5 1391. ذاك1 1392. ذب4 1393. ذبح19 1394. ذبر12 1395. ذبل151396. 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 1483. رتك10 1484. رتل17 1485. رتم15 1486. رث4 1487. رثأ10 1488. رثد9 1489. رثم11 Prev. 100




1 ذَبَلَ, (T, S, M, Msb, K,) aor. ذَبُلَ, inf. n. ذَبْلٌ and ذُبُولٌ; (S, M, Msb, K;) and ذَبُلَ; (S, Sgh, K;) said of a branch, (T,) or a herb, (S,) or a plant, (M, K,) or a thing, (Msb,) It withered; i. e., lost its moisture; (Msb;) or became thin, or unsubstantial, after being succulent; (M;) i. q. ذَوِىَ. (S, K.) And in like manner it is said of a man: (M:) or ذُبُولٌ [in relation to a human being] signifies the drying up by reason of the loss of the beauty, or goodliness, of youth. (Ham p. 478.) And said of a horse, (S, K,) inf. n. ذَبْلٌ, (TA,) He was, or became, lean, or light of flesh; slender and lean; or lean, and lank in the belly. (S, K.) You say also, ذَبَلَ فُوهُ, inf. n. ذُبُولٌ (T, TA) and ذَبْلٌ, May his mouth, and his saliva, or spittle, dry up. (TA.) And مَا لَهُ ذَبَلَ

↓ ذَبْلُهُ, (M, K, [in the CK, erroneously, ذَبْلَةً,]) i. e. [What aileth him?] may his stock (أَصْلُهُ) wither: meaning his body and his flesh: or, as some say, may his marriage, or coition, be ineffectual: (M, TA:) said in reviling: (TA:) as also دَبَلَ دَبْلُهُ. (TA in art. دبل.) One says also, in reviling, (TA,) ↓ ذَبَلَتْهُمْ ذُبَيْلَةٌ [and دُبَيْلَةً, i. e. May a calamity, or mi(??)tune, befall them: or] may they perish. (T, TA.) And ذبلت ذبائله [app. a mistranscription for ↓ ذَبَلَتْهُ ذَبَائِلُ May calamities, or misfortunes, befall him]. (TA.) And ↓ ذَبَلَتْهُ ذَبُولٌ (T, TA) and دَبُولٌ (T) May a calamity, or misfortune, befall him. (TA.) [See the latter part of the first paragraph of art. دبل.]4 اذبلهُ It (the heat, S, TA) withered it; (namely, a herb [&c.], S;) caused it to wither, or lose its moisture; syn. أَذْوَاهُ; (S, * K, TA;) rendered it ذَابِل. (TA.) b2: And تُذْبِلُ الرِّيحُ بِالأَشْيَآءِ The wind twists, wreathes, or contorts, the things. (TA.) 5 تذبّل It became twisted, wreathed, or contorted. (TA.) One says, تذبّلت النَّاقَةُ بِذَنَبِهَا The she-camel twisted, or contorted, her tail. (TA.) b2: [It occurs in the K, in art. رأد, said of a branch, or twig, app. as meaning It inclined limberly from side to side: but in the M and L, I there find in its place تذيّل.] b3: تذبّلت She (a woman), being thin, or slender, walked in the manner of men: (M, K:) or she walked with an elegant and a proud and self-conceited gait, with an affected inclining of the body from side to side. (Ibn-'Abbád, K.) A2: Also He (a man) threw off [all] his garments, except one. (TA.) ذَبْلٌ The prime, or first part, or the briskness, liveliness, or sprightliness, (مَيْعَة,) of youth. (Ibn-'Abbád, TA.) b2: مَا لَهُ ذَبَلَ ذَبْلُهُ: see 1.

A2: Accord. to As, one says ↓ ذَبْلٌ ذَابِلٌ and ↓ ذَابِلٌ ↓ ذِبْلٌ, meaning [Deep] abasement or ignominy: and accord. to IAar, (T,) ↓ ذَبِيلٌ ↓ ذِبْلٌ, meaning severe bereavement. (T, K.) ↓ ذَبْلًا ذَبِيلًا, (M, K,) or ↓ ذَبِيلًا ↓ ذِبْلًا, (M,) is a form of imprecation [but app. not intended as such, lit. meaning May God send upon such a one deep abasement or ignominy, or severe bereavement]: (M, K:) and one says also ↓ ذَبْلًا ذَابِلًا, (K,) or ↓ ذَابِلًا ↓ ذِبْلًا, (M,) meaning [likewise deep] abasement or ignominy, (TA,) or severe bereavement. (M, TA.) [See also دِبْلٌ and دَبِيلٌ.]

A3: Also [Turtle-shell, or tortoise-shell;] the back, (IAar, S, Msb,) or skin, (M, K,) [meaning shell,] of the sea-tortoise [or turtle], (IAar, S, M, Msb, K,) or of the land-tortoise, (M, K,) of which are made combs, (IAar, TA,) and, as some say, signet-rings

&c., (TA,) or of which bracelets are made: (S:) or the bones of the back of a certain marine beast, of which are made, (M, K,) by women, (M,) bracelets (M, K) and combs; and the combing wherewith removes nits and the scurf of the hair: (K:) or horns of which are made [the bracelets, or anklets, called] مَسَكَ: (En-Nadr, TA:) or a certain thing [or substance] resembling ivory: (Msb:) Th cites a poet as using the phrase ذَاتُ الذَّبَلَات, forming the pl. of ذَبْلٌ with ا and ت; but accord. to the citation of IAar, the word in this instance is الرَّبَلَات. (M.) ذِبْلٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in four places.

ذَبْلَةٌ A piece of camels' or similar dung: (M, K:) because of its drying up. (M.) b2: and A withering wind. (M, K.) Dhu-r-Rummeh says, دِيَارٌ مَحَتْهَا بَعْدَنَا كُلُّ ذَبْلَةٍ

[Abodes of which every withering wind had effaced the traces after they had been seen by us]. (M.) ذَبْلَآءُ A woman whose lip is dry. (O, K. *) ذُبَالٌ: see ذُبَالَةٌ.

A2: Also Ulcers that come forth in the side and penetrate into the inside; (K;) i. q. نَقَّابَاتٌ; and so دُبَالٌ, with د. (IAar, T.) ذَبُولٌ A calamity, or misfortune; (T, TA;) as also ↓ ذَبِيلٌ and ↓ ذِئْبِلٌ: (Ibn-'Abbád, TA:) see 1. [See also ذُبَيْلَةٌ, in the first paragraph, and below.]

ذَبِيلٌ: see ذَبْلٌ, in three places: b2: and ذَبُولٌ.

ذُبَالَةٌ (T, S, M, K) and ↓ ذُبَّالَةٌ (T, K) A wick (T, S, M, K) that is lighted, (M,) or with which a lamp is lighted, or trimmed: (T:) or ذُبَّالَةٌ signifies a wick of which a portion is burnt: (Ham p. 81:) pl. [or coll. gen. n.] ↓ ذُبَالٌ and ↓ ذُبَّالٌ. (T, K, * TA.) [See an ex. in a verse cited voce دَاحُولٌ.]

ذُبَيْلَةٌ and [its pl.] ذَبَائِلُ [or this is pl. of ذَبُولٌ or ذَبِيلٌ]: see 1.

ذُبَّالٌ: see ذُبَالَةٌ.

ذُبَّالَةٌ: see ذُبَالَةٌ.

ذَابِلٌ Withering, or withered; losing, or having lost, its moisture. (TA.) b2: Spear-shafts (قَنًا) slender, and of which the لِيط [or exterior part] adheres [firmly]: (M, K: * [for لَاصِقٌ بِالِلّيطِ, in the K, I read لَاصِقُ اللِّيطِ, as in the M:]) pl. ذِبَّلٌ and ذُبُلٌ. (M, K.) b3: Lean, or emaciated: (Ham p. 788.) b4: See also ذَبْلٌ, in four places.

ذِئْبِلٌ: see ذَبُولٌ.
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