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1633. ركل12 1634. ركم14 1635. ركن19 1636. ركو9 1637. رم6 1638. رمث161639. رمح15 1640. رمد17 1641. رمز19 1642. رمس18 1643. رمص14 1644. رمض15 1645. رمق14 1646. رمك15 1647. رمل21 1648. رمن15 1649. رمو2 1650. رمى10 1651. رن5 1652. رنب12 1653. رنج12 1654. رنح14 1655. رند12 1656. رنز8 1657. رنق15 1658. رنم16 1659. رنو8 1660. رهب18 1661. رهج13 1662. رهدن8 1663. رهط17 1664. رهف15 1665. رهق20 1666. رهل11 1667. رهم13 1668. رهن17 1669. رهو11 1670. روأ11 1671. روب16 1672. روث16 1673. روج13 1674. روح22 1675. رود15 1676. روس10 1677. روض17 1678. روع19 1679. روغ19 1680. روف5 1681. روق18 1682. رول13 1683. روم18 1684. رون8 1685. روند1 1686. روى9 1687. رى1 1688. ريأ4 1689. ريب19 1690. ريث16 1691. ريح9 1692. ريد9 1693. رير8 1694. ريس8 1695. ريش19 1696. ريط13 1697. ريع17 1698. ريغ8 1699. ريف13 1700. ريق13 1701. ريل8 1702. ريم15 1703. رين19 1704. ريه8 1705. ز5 1706. زأبر3 1707. زأبق6 1708. زأر13 1709. زأن8 1710. زا1 1711. زب4 1712. زبد19 1713. زبر20 1714. زبرج8 1715. زبرجد8 1716. زبردج3 1717. زبع12 1718. زبق12 1719. زبل18 1720. زبن17 1721. زبى5 1722. زتن7 1723. زج4 1724. زجر19 1725. زجل14 1726. زجو7 1727. زح2 1728. زحر13 1729. زحف21 1730. زحل14 1731. زحلف8 1732. زحلق8 Prev. 100
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1 رَمَثَ, (S, TA,) aor. رَمُثَ, (TK,) inf. n. رَمْثٌ, (K,) He put a thing into a right, or proper, state, or adjusted it; and wiped it with his hand. (S, K, * TA.) He collected together a thing, and put it into a right, or proper, state, or adjusted it. (As, TA.) A2: رَمِثَتِ الإِبِلُ, (T in art. طلح, S, M,) aor. رَمَثَ, (TA,) inf. n. رَمَثٌ, (S, M, K,) The camels ate رِمْث alone, without any change of food: (T in art. طلح:) or had a complaint from eating رِمْث: (S, M, K:) AHn says that the complaint thus caused is a looseness, or flux of thin excrement from the bowels, consequent upon eating رمث when hungry; and that one fears for the camels in this case. (M.) b2: رَمِثَ أَمْرُهُمْ, aor. رَمَثَ, (K,) inf. n. رَمَثٌ, (TA,) (assumed tropical:) Their affair, or case, or state of things, became confused. (K.) A3: رَمِثَ, aor. رَمَثَ; and رَمَثَ, aor. رَمُثَ; inf. n. of each رَمَثٌ; He stole. (T.) 2 رمّث He mixed, or confounded, a thing with another thing. (IAth, TA.) A2: رمّث نَاقَتَهُ He left some milk remaining in his she-camel's udder after milking; (M;) as also ↓ أَرْمَثَهَا. (T, * M.) b2: And رمّث فِى الضَّرْعِ, inf. n. تَرْمِيثٌ, He left somewhat [of milk] remaining in the udder; as also ↓ ارمث. (S, K.) And in like manner one says, (TA,) فُلَانٌ فِى مَالِهِ ↓ ارمث (K, TA, in the CK and in a MS. copy of the K فُلَانًا,) Such a one left a residue, or remainder, in his property, or among his cattle; as also ↓ استرمث. (K, TA. [Had فُلَانًا been the right reading, the author of the K would, or should, have said “ as also استرمثهُ. ”]) b3: رمّث عَلَيْهِ He, or it, exceeded him, or it; (IAth, TA;) as also ↓ ارمث. (IAth, K, * TA.) You say, رمّث عَلَى الخَمْسِينَ He exceeded the [age of] fifty [years]: (M, K:) and in like manner one says of other numbers, relating to age. (M.) And رَمَّثَتْ غَنَمُهُ عَلَى المِائَةِ His sheep, or goats, exceeded the [number of a] hundred. (M.) And in like manner, رمّثت النَّاقَةُ عَلَى مِحْلَبِهَا [The she-camel yielded more than the contents of her milking-vessel]. (M.) And عَلَيْهِ فِى المَنْطِقِ ↓ ارمث He exceeded him, or surpassed him, in speech. (TK.) 4 ارمث: see 2, in five places.

A2: Also i. q. لَيَّنَ [He, or it, rendered soft, &c.]. (K.) 10 إِسْتَرْمَثَ see 2.

رِمْثٌ [A certain shrub, resembling a dwarftamarisk;] a certain pasture of camels; (S, A, Msb, K;) a species of tree [or shrub], (T,) of the kind termed حَمْض, (T, S, A, Msb, K,) growing in plain, or soft, ground, (Msb,) the leaves of which fall, [or droop], like the أُشْنَان [i. e. kali, or glasswort]; eagerly desired by the camels when they are satiated with, and tired of, the [sweet pasture termed] خُلَّة: (T:) it is a species of tree [or shrub] resembling that called غَضًا, (M, K,) which does not grow tall, but the leaves of which spread, [app. meaning that its sprigs spread out flat, and (as described above) droop, like those of the common tamarisk,] and it resembles the أُشْنَان: (M:) like the غضا and اشنان, it is burned for making قِلْى [or potash]: (TA &c. in art. قلى:) AHn says that it has long and slender هَدَب [generally, and app. here, meaning sprigs garnished with minute leaves overlying one another like the scales of a fish], and is a pasture upon which camels and sheep or goats will live when they have nothing else with it; sometimes there comes forth upon it a white honey, [a species of manna,] resembling جُمَان [i. e. pearls, or silver beads like pearls], very sweet; it affords firewood, and wood for other uses; its kindled firewood is hot; and its smoke is beneficial as a remedy for the rheum: AHn also says in one place, that, accord. to certain of the Basrees, the رمث occupies the space of a man sitting, and grows in the manner of the شِيح [a species of wormwood]: also that he had been told by certain of [the tribe of] Benoo-Asad that it rises not so high as the stature of a man, and is used as firewood: (M, TA:) [a coll. gen. n.:] the n. un. is with ة. (T, M.) [See a prov. cited voce ذُؤْنُونٌ, in art. ذأن.]

b2: Also A man whose clothes are old and worn out: (A, K:) said by MF to be tropical, but not said to be so in the A. (TA.) b3: And Weak in the مَتْن [i. e. the back, or the flesh on either side of the back-bone]. (K.) رَمَثٌ A raft, constructed of pieces of wood or timber (As, T, S, M, Msb, K) put together (T, S, M, Msb, K) and bound, (T,) upon which one embarks (T, S, M, Msb, K,) on the sea or a great river: (S, M, Msb, K:) of the measure فَعَلٌ in the sense of the measure مَفْعُولٌ, from رَمَثَ “ he collected together ” a thing, “and put ” it “ into a right, or proper, state,” or “ adjusted ” it: (As, TA:) pl. أَرْمَاثٌ. (T, S, M, Msb.) A2: An old, wornout, rope; pl. أَرْمَاثٌ. and رِمَاثٌ: (M:) and one says حَبْلٌ أَرْمَاثُ, (S, M, A, K,) meaning as above, (A,) i. e. أَرْمَامٌ; (S, K;) like as one says ثَوْبٌ أَخْلَاقٌ: (M:) or رَمَثٌ signifies a rope undone, or untwisted. (IAar, T.) b2: And The thong, or the like, by which is suspended the skin of churned milk. (K.) A3: Also Remains, of milk, in the udder, (T, S, M, K,) after milking; and so ↓ رُمْثَةٌ: pl. of the former أَرْمَاثٌ. (M.) b2: and i. q. حَلَبٌ [app. as meaning Milk, or fresh milk, drawn from the udder]. (T.) A4: An An excel-lence, or excellent quality. (T, K.) So in the saying, in the “ Nawádir el-Aaráb,” لِفُلَانٍ عَلَى

فُلَانٍ رَمَثٌ [To such a one belongs an excellence over such a one]. (T.) رَمِثٌ [part. n. of رَمِثَ]. You say إِبِلٌ رَمِثَةٌ, (S, M, K,) and رَمَاثَى (S, K) and رَمْثَى, (M, K,) [which are pls.,] Camels having a complaint from eating رِمْث. (S, M, K. [See 1, third sentence.]) رُمْثَةٌ: see رَمَثٌ.

أَرْضٌ رَمْثَآءُ: see مَرْمَثَةٌ.

رَمَّاثٌ [from رَمَثٌ] The maker of a raft or rafts: and one who draws, or tows, [or propels,] a raft. (MA.) أَرْضٌ مَرْمَثَةٌ [in the CK مُرْمِثَةٌ] Land producing [the shrubs called] رِمْث; (M, K;) and ↓ ارض رَمْثَآءُ [signifies the same, or] land in which are رِمْث. (Ham p. 99.) هُمْ فِى مَرْمُوثَآءَ They are in a state of confusion. (K.)
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