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1623. رقل11 1624. رقم17 1625. رقو5 1626. رك4 1627. ركب17 1628. ركد161629. 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 1677. روض16 1678. روع18 1679. روغ18 1680. روف5 1681. روق17 1682. رول12 1683. روم17 1684. رون8 1685. روند1 1686. روى9 1687. رى1 1688. ريأ4 1689. ريب18 1690. ريث15 1691. ريح9 1692. ريد9 1693. رير8 1694. ريس7 1695. ريش18 1696. ريط13 1697. ريع16 1698. ريغ7 1699. ريف12 1700. ريق12 1701. ريل7 1702. ريم14 1703. رين18 1704. ريه7 1705. ز4 1706. زأبر3 1707. زأبق6 1708. زأر13 1709. زأن8 1710. زا1 1711. زب4 1712. زبد18 1713. زبر19 1714. زبرج8 1715. زبرجد8 1716. زبردج3 1717. زبع11 1718. زبق11 1719. زبل17 1720. زبن16 1721. زبى5 1722. زتن7 Prev. 100
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1 رَكَدَ, (S, A, Msb,) aor. رَكُدَ, (Msb,) inf. n. رُكُودٌ, (S Msb, K,) It was, or became, still, or motionless; (S, A, Msb, K;) said of water: (S, A, Msb:) and fixed, or stationary. (K.) and in like manner, using the verb in the former sense, one says of the wind: (S, A:) [whence] one says also, رَكُدَتْ رِيحُهُمْ [lit. Their wind became still, or calm] meaning (tropical:) their good fortune ceased, and their affairs, or circumstances, began to retrograde by degrees: and [in like manner,] ↓ طَفِقَتْ رِيحُهُمْ تَتَرَاكَدُ (tropical:) [their good fortune began to cease by degrees]. (A.) So too one says of the expressed juice of grapes, meaning It ceased to estuate. (L.) And of the heat, i. e. It remitted, or subsided. (L. [See also رَقَدَ.]) and رَكَدَتِ السَّفِينَةُ The ship became still, or motionless, (S, * A, * Msb, TA,) or aground. (TA.) and رَكَدَ المِيزَانُ The balance was, or became, in a state of equilibrium. (S, A, K.) And رَكَدَتِ البَكْرَةُ The sheave of the pulley was, or became, fixed: and also the sheave of the pulley turned, or revolved: thus bearing two contr. significations. (L.) And رَكَدَتِ الشَّمْسُ The sun was, or became, at its midday-height: (S:) or continued overhead; as though not quitting its place. (A.) And رَكَدَ القَوْمُ The people were, or became, still, motionless, or silent. (S, A.) 4 اركدهُ He rendered it still, or motionless; namely, water [&c.]. (Msb.) 6 تراكد [app., in its proper sense, It became still, or motionless, by degrees]. See 1.

جَفْنَةٌ رَكُودٌ (tropical:) A bowl that is full, (K,) or filled; (S;) or heavy; (A;) or filled and heavy. (L.) And نَاقَةٌ رَكُودٌ (tropical:) A she-camel whose supply of milk is constant, (A, K,) unceasing. (K.) رَاكِدٌ [Still, or motionless: and] anything remaining fixed in its place; stationary. (S.) You say مَآءٌ رَاكِدٌ Water that is not running: and رِيحٌ رَاكِدَةٌ a wind becoming still, or calm; pl. رِيَاحٌ رَوَاكِدُ. (A.) b2: [Hence,] الرَّوَاكِدُ [and also, accord. to Reiske, as mentioned in Freytag's Lex., الرُّكَّدُ,] The three pieces of stone upon which a cooking-pot is set: so called because they remain in their places. (L.) مَرَاكِدُ [pl. of مَرْكَدٌ, like مَرْكَزٌ,] Places in which a man, or some other thing, remains still, or motionless. (S, A, * L.) And Much depressed parts of the earth. (L.) Usámeh Ibn-Habeeb El-Hudhalee says, describing an ass [i. e. a wild ass] that had been chased by horses, or horsemen, and had fied for refuge to the mountains, whence, from their ravines, he saw the sky like streaks, أَرْتْهُ مِنَ الجَرْبَآءِ فِى كُلِّ مَوْطِنٍ

طِبَابًا فَمَثْوَاهُ النَّهَارَ المَرَاكِدُ [They (the ravines) showed him, in every spot where he stopped, streaks of the shy, and the much-depressed parts of the earth were his places of abode all the day]. (S, * L.) [J quotes this verse, in the S, but with مَنْزِلٍ in the place of موطن, and مَرْعَاهُ in the place of مثواه, as an ex. of مراكد in the former of the senses explained above.]
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