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1 رَتَقَ, aor. رَتُقَ (S, L, Msb) and رَتِقَ, (L,) inf. n. رَتْقٌ, (S, M, L, Msb, K,) He closed up, (M, Msb, TA,) and repaired, (M, TA,) a rent: (S, M, Msb, TA:) [he sewed up, or together: see رِتَاقٌ:] الرَّتْقُ is the contr. of الفَتْقُ. (S, K.) b2: [Hence,] one says, رَتَقَ فَتْقَهُمْ, meaning (tropical:) [He closed up the breach that was between them; he reconciled them; or] he reformed, or amended, the circumstances subsisting between them. (TA.) A2: رَتِقَتْ, aor. رَتَقَ, (IKoot, Msb, TA,) inf. n. رَتَقٌ, (S, Mgh, Msb, TA,) in the K, erroneously, رَتَقَةٌ, (TA,) She was, or became, such as is termed رَتْقَآء; (IKoot, S, Mgh, Msb, K;) said of a woman, (S, Mgh, Msb, K,) or of a girl, and also of a camel. (IKoot, Msb.) 8 ارتتق It was, or became, closed up, (S, Msb, K,) [and repaired; and sewed up, or together;] said of a rent: (S, Msb:) and also of the vulva of a woman. (S, * TA.) رَتْقٌ i. q. ↓ مَرْتُوقٌ [and مَرْتُوقَةٌ, &c., being originally an inf. n.; i. e. Closed up, and repaired; applied to a rent; and so ↓ رَتَقٌ]. (TA.) كَانَتَا رَتْقًا فَفَتَقْنَاهُمَا, in the Kur [xxi. 31, lit. They (the heavens and the earth) were closed up, and we rent them], is from الرَّتْقُ as the contr. of الفَتْقُ: (S:) accord. to Ibn-'Arafeh, it means they were closed up, without any interstice, and we rent them by the rain and by the plants: accord. to Az, it means they were a heaven closed up and an earth closed up, and we rent them into seven heavens and seven earths: Lth says that the heavens were closed up, no rain descending from them; and the earth was closed up, without any fissure therein; until God rent them by the rain and the plants: Zj says that رَتْقًا is for ذَوَاتَىْ رَتْقٍ: (TA:) and he says that the heaven and the earth were united, and God rent them by the air, which He placed between them: (TA in art. فتق:) some read ↓ رَتَقًا, for شَيْئًا رَتَقًا, meaning مَرْتُوقًا. (Bd.) رَتَقٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in two places.

A2: It is [also] pl. [or rather coll. gen. n.] of ↓ رَتَقَةٌ, syn., accord. to the copies of the K, with رُتْبَةٌ, but correctly with رَتَبَةٌ, which signifies The space between [any two of] the fingers: mentioned [in the JK, where I find the correct reading, and] by Ibn-'Abbád. (TA.) رَتَقَةٌ: see what next precedes.

رَتْقَآءُ, applied to a woman, (AHeyth, S, Mgh, Msb, K,) or to a girl, (Lth,) [and also to a she-camel, (see 1, last sentence,)] Impervia coëunti; (S, Msb, K;) having the meatus of the vagina closed up: (S, * Msb:) or having no aperture except the مَبَال [or meatus urinarius]: (Lth, Mgh, K:) or having the فَرْج so drawn together that the ذَكَر can hardly, or not at all, pass. (AHeyth.) رِتَاقٌ [A garment composed of] two pieces of cloth sewed together (يُرْتَقَانِ) by their borders. (Lth, S, K.) Hence the saying of a rájiz, جَارِيَ بَيْضَآءُ فِى رِتَاقِ تُدِيرُ طَرْفًا أَكْحَلَ المَآقِى

[A fair girl in a رتاق, turning about eyes black in the inner angles.] (Lth, S. *) رُتُوقٌ Inaccessableness, or unapproachableness; (مَنَعَةٌ, [in some copies of the K, الخنعة is erroneously put for المَنَعَةُ,]) and might; and high, or elevated, rank. (Ibn-'Abbád, K, TA.) رَاتِقٌ [for سَحَابٌ رَاتِقٌ] Clouds closing up, or coalescing. (AHn, TA.) b2: هُوَ الفَاتِقُ الرَّاتِقُ (assumed tropical:) He is the possessor of command or rule, so that he opens and closes, and straitens and widens. (Har p. 208.) [See also مِخْلَطٌ.]

فَرْجٌ أَرْتَقُ A vulva of which the sides stick together. (TA.) مَرْتُوقٌ: see رَتْقٌ.

مَرْتَتِقٌ Herbage of which the blossoms have not yet come forth from their calyxes. (TA in art. صوح.) [See remarks on a verse cited voce مُرْتَفِقٌ.]
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