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1577. رطب17 1578. رطل14 1579. رطم11 1580. رطن14 1581. رطى1 1582. رع31583. رعب14 1584. رعث10 1585. رعد16 1586. رعز9 1587. رعش12 1588. رعظ10 1589. رعف17 1590. رعن14 1591. رعو6 1592. رعى8 1593. رغب15 1594. رغث9 1595. رغد15 1596. رغس10 1597. رغف15 1598. رغم18 1599. رغو8 1600. رف6 1601. رفأ14 1602. رفت14 1603. رفث16 1604. رفد17 1605. رفس13 1606. رفض16 1607. رفع18 1608. رفغ13 1609. رفق18 1610. رفل15 1611. رفه17 1612. رفو7 1613. رفى2 1614. رق6 1615. رقأ14 1616. رقب19 1617. رقح11 1618. رقد15 1619. رقش14 1620. رقص14 1621. رقط13 1622. رقع15 1623. رقل11 1624. رقم17 1625. رقو5 1626. رك4 1627. ركب17 1628. ركد16 1629. ركز18 1630. ركس19 1631. ركض18 1632. ركع15 1633. ركل11 1634. ركم13 1635. ركن18 1636. ركو8 1637. رم6 1638. رمث15 1639. رمح14 1640. رمد16 1641. رمز18 1642. رمس17 1643. رمص13 1644. رمض14 1645. رمق13 1646. رمك14 1647. رمل20 1648. رمن14 1649. رمو2 1650. رمى10 1651. رن5 1652. رنب11 1653. رنج11 1654. رنح13 1655. رند12 1656. رنز8 1657. رنق14 1658. رنم15 1659. رنو7 1660. رهب17 1661. رهج12 1662. رهدن7 1663. رهط16 1664. رهف14 1665. رهق19 1666. رهل10 1667. رهم12 1668. رهن16 1669. رهو10 1670. روأ11 1671. روب15 1672. روث15 1673. روج12 1674. روح21 1675. رود14 1676. روس9 Prev. 100




1 رَعٌّ The being still, syn. سُكُونٌ, [a signification contr. to one borne by two other words in this art.,] (IAar, K,) is the inf. n. of رَعَّتِ الرِّيحُ, aor. رَعُّ, [probably a mistake for رَعِّ, which is the regular form of an intrans. verb of this class, notwithstanding the guttural letter,] The wind was, or became, still. (TK.) R. Q. 1 رَعْرَعَهُ He (God) caused him [a child, or boy, as is implied in the S,] to grow. (S, Z, K.) b2: رَعْرَعَ دَابَّتَهُ He (a horseman) rode his beast to train it when it was in the first stage of training and as yet refractory. (O, TS, K.) In IN the L we find إِذَا لَمْ تَكُنْ رَيِّضًا, [meaning when it was not trained, رَيِّضًا being here used in the sense of مَرُوضَةً,] in the place of إِذَا كَانَتْ رَيِّضًا, which is the reading in the O and TS and K. (TA.) b3: [See also رَعْرَعَةٌ, below.] R. Q. 2 تَرَعْرَعَ He (a child, or boy,) became active (تَحَرَّكَ), and grew, grew up, or became a young man, (S, K,) and some add, وَكَبِرَ [and became big, or attained to full growth]. (TA.) [See its part. n., below.] b2: تَرَعْرَعَتِ السِّنُّ The tooth became loose, and wabbled, or moved about. (K.) b3: المَآءُ يَتَرَعْرَعُ فِى وَجْهِ الأَرْضِ, [or rather, عَلَى وجه الارض,] The water is in a state of commotion, or agitation, upon the surface of the ground. (TK.) And تَرَعْرَعَ السَّرَابُ (assumed tropical:) The mirage was in a state of commotion, or agitation: being likened to water. (TA.) رَعَاعٌ Young men of the lowest, or basest, or meanest, sort, or of the refuse of mankind; or low, ignoble, mean, or sordid, young men, such as serve for the food of their bellies: (S, K:) or the lowest, basest, or meanest, sort, or refuse, of mankind, or people: or a medley, or mixed or promiscuous multitude or collection, of men, or people; or of the lowest or basest or meanest sort, or refuse, thereof: (Msb:) and رَعَاعُ النَّاسِ the lowest, basest, or meanest, sort, or refuse, of mankind, or of the people; the medley of men, or of such men: (TA:) n. un. with ة: (Msb, TA:) Az mentions his having read in the handwriting of Sh الرعاع من الناس, like الزجاج [in form, app. meaning ↓ الرُّعَاعُ, like الزُّجَاجُ, for this is the most chaste form of the latter word, and the most usual with classical writers], as meaning the refuse, and weak, of mankind, or of the people, who, when frightened, fly. (TA.) b2: [The n. un.] رَعَاعَةٌ signifies [also] One without heart and without intellect or intelligence. (AA, K.) b3: And An ostrich; (Abu-l-'Omeythil, K;) because always as though frightened. (Abu-l-'Omeythil.) رُعَاعٌ: see رَعَاعٌ.

رَعَاعَةٌ n. un. of رَعَاعٌ [q. v.].

رَعْرَعٌ: see رَعْرَاعٌ; each in three places.

رُعْرُعٌ: see رَعْرَاعٌ; each in three places.

رَعْرَعَةٌ [originally an inf. n. of R. Q. 1] A state of beautiful youthfulness, and activity, of a boy. (TA.) b2: A state of commotion, or agitation, (IDrd, K,) of clear water, (K,) or of clear shallow water, (IDrd,) upon the surface of the ground. (IDrd, K.) رُعْرُعَةٌ: see the next paragraph.

رَعْرَاعٌ The tall reed or cane, or tall reeds or canes, (K, TA,) in the place of growth thereof, while fresh: so accord. to Az, as heard by him from the Arabs. (TA.) b2: And hence, as some say, or, accord. to others, from رَعْرَعَةٌ in the latter of the two senses assigned to it above, A boy who has attained to youthful vigour, and justness of stature; as also ↓ رَعْرَعٌ: (TA:) or a youth, or young man, of goodly proportions, (S, K,) with beauty of youthfulness; (K;) as also ↓ رَعْرَعٌ (S, K) and ↓ رُعْرُعٌ: (Ibn-'Abbád, K:) or arriving at the age of puberty; (TA;) as also ↓ رُعْرُعٌ and ↓ رُعْرُعَةٌ: (Kr:) or who has become active, (تَحَرَّكَ,) and big, or of full growth: (TA:) [see also مُتَرَعْرِعٌ:] the pl., (S, TA,) i. e. of ↓ رَعْرَعٌ [and ↓ رُعْرُعٌ] and رَعْرَاعٌ, (TA,) is رَعَارِعُ. (S, TA.) b3: A coward. (El-Muärrij, K.) b4: A certain plant: [perhaps the inula Arabica; now called رَعْرَاع

أَيُّوب; or, as Forskål (in his Flora Aegypt. Arab., pp. lxxiii. and 150,) designates the plant now thus called, inula dysenterica:] some say that this word is formed by transposition from عَرْعَارٌ. (TA.) مُتَرَعْرِعٌ applied to a boy, (Mgh, TA,) Almost, or quite, past the age of ten years: (Mgh:) or active; syn. مُتَحَرِّكٌ. (TA.) [See its verb, R. Q.

2; and see also رَعْرَاعٌ.]
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