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1733. زحم13 1734. زخ3 1735. زخر14 1736. زخرف12 1737. زر5 1738. زرب171739. زرجن9 1740. زرد18 1741. زردم7 1742. زرط5 1743. زرع17 1744. زرف18 1745. زرفن7 1746. زرق16 1747. زرم13 1748. زرنب8 1749. زرنق9 1750. زرنيخ1 1751. زرى8 1752. ززم3 1753. زع2 1754. زعب13 1755. زعج15 1756. زعر16 1757. زعف12 1758. زعفر10 1759. زعق13 1760. زعل11 1761. زعم18 1762. زغب16 1763. زغبر7 1764. زغرد6 1765. زغل11 1766. زف5 1767. زفت17 1768. زفر15 1769. زفل9 1770. زفن15 1771. زق3 1772. زقب9 1773. زقم15 1774. زكأ8 1775. زكر13 1776. زكم16 1777. زكو11 1778. زكى3 1779. زل5 1780. زلج12 1781. زلخ10 1782. زلعب4 1783. زلغب5 1784. زلف24 1785. زلق18 1786. زلقم4 1787. زلم18 1788. زلى2 1789. زم4 1790. زماورد1 1791. زمت13 1792. زمخ8 1793. زمر18 1794. زمرد4 1795. زمرذ7 1796. زمع18 1797. زمك10 1798. زمل20 1799. زملق5 1800. زمن15 1801. زمهر11 1802. زن4 1803. زنأ13 1804. زنبر9 1805. زنبق6 1806. زنبل5 1807. زنج12 1808. زنجبيل4 1809. زنجر9 1810. زنجفر2 1811. زنخ9 1812. زند17 1813. زندق12 1814. زنر11 1815. زنق15 1816. زنم20 1817. زنو4 1818. زنى5 1819. زهد19 1820. زهر18 1821. زهق18 1822. زهم13 1823. زهو11 1824. زو1 1825. زوج18 1826. زود14 1827. زور21 1828. زوغ10 1829. زوق16 1830. زول16 1831. زون13 1832. زوى6 Prev. 100
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1 زَرْبٌ [as an inf. n.] signifies The constructing a زَرِيبَة, (K, TA,) i. e. an enclosure of wood, (TA,) for sheep, or goats: (K, TA:) you say, زَرَبْتُ الغَنَمَ, aor. أَزْرُبُهَا, inf. n. زَرْبٌ: (TA:) [or this, I think, is a mistake for what here follows:] زَرَبْتُ لِلْغَنَمِ, aor. أَزْرُبُ, inf. n. زَرْبٌ (Ks, S:) [i. e. I constructed an enclosure of wood for the sheep or goats: this meaning is plainly indicated, though not expressed, in the S and TA:] but in some copies of the K, in the place of بِنَآءُ الزَّرِيبَةِ لِلْغَنَمِ, as explaining الزَّرْبُ, we find بنات الزريبة الغنم [meaning that ↓ بَنَاتُ الزَّرِيبَةِ signifies sheep, or goats]. (TA.) b2: And زَرَبَ البَهْمَ فِى زَرْبِهَا or زَرِيبَتِهَا He put the بهم [i. e. lambs or kids, or young lambs or kids,] into their place [or enclosure of wood]. (A. [And the like is said in the Ham p. 195.]) A2: زَرِبَ, aor. زَرَبَ, (K, TA,) said of water, (TA,) It flowed; (K, TA;) like سَرِبَ. (TA.) 7 انزرب البَهْمُ فِى الزَّرْبُ The بهم [i. e. lambs or kids, or young lambs or kids,] entered into the زرب [or enclosure of wood]. (A, TA. *) b2: and انزرب الصَّائِدُ (S, TA) فِى قُتْرَتِهِ (TA) (assumed tropical:) The hunter, or sportsman, entered into his lurking-place. (S, TA.) 9 ازربّ, inf. n. اِزْرِبَابٌ, It (a plant, or herb,) became yellow, or red, while having in it greenness. (K, TA.) زَرْبٌ A place of entrance. (AA, S, A, K.) b2: And hence, accord. to AA, (S,) the same word, (S, A, K,) and ↓ زِرْبٌ, (ISk, S, K,) as some pronounce it, (ISk, S,) and ↓ زَرِيبَةٌ, (S, A, K,) (assumed tropical:) The place of sheep or goats; (A, K, TA;) [i. e.] an enclosure of wood for sheep or goats: (S:) [said in the TA to be tropical; but not so accord. to the A:] pl. of the first (A, K) and second (K) زُرُوبٌ, (A, K,) and of the last زَرَائِبُ. (A.) b3: And, as being likened thereto, (A,) زَرْبٌ and ↓ زَرِيبَةٌ signify also (tropical:) The lurking-place (قُتْرَة) of a hunter, or sportsman, (S, A, K,) or of an archer, or a shooter: (TA in explanation of the former word:) both signify a well [or pit] which the hunter, or sportsman, digs for himself that he may lie in wait therein for the game. (TA.) b4: See also the next paragraph.

زِرْبٌ: see the next preceding paragraph. b2: Also A channel in which water flows; (K;) and so ↓ زَرْبٌ. (TA.) It is said in a rejez of Kaab, تَبِيتُ بَيْنَ الزِّرْبِ وَالكَنِيفِ She passes the night between the channel of water and the concealing, or protecting, place: meaning that she is fed in the enclosures for camels &c., [فِى الحظائر, thus I read for الحضائر (an evident mistranscription) in the TA,] and among the tents, or houses; not in the pasture-land. (TA.) زِرْبِىٌّ and زُرْبِىٌّ, (K,) or, accord. to the L [and the A], on the authority of IAar, ↓ زَرْبِيَّةٌ, also said to be written زِرْبِيَّةٌ and زُرْبِيَّةٌ, (TA,) are sings. of ↓ زَرَابِىُّ, (K, TA,) which signifies نَمَارِقُ [app. as meaning Small pillows]: (S, A, K:) and carpets: or any things which are spread, and upon which one leans, or reclines: (A, K:) the like of this is said by Zj in explaining a phrase in which it occurs in the Kur lxxxviii. 16: or, accord. to Fr, it signifies carpets (طَنَافِس) having a fine nap, or pile: (TA:) also, [particularly,] (A,) carpets (قُطُوع, A, or طَنَافِس, Har p. 377) of the fabric of El-Heereh; and the like thereof in fabric: (A, and Har ubi suprà:) or ↓ زربيّة signifies [simply] a carpet (طِنْفِسَةٌ): and a carpet (بِسَاط) having a nap, or pile: and a [piece of leather that is spread upon the ground, such as is called] نِطَع: and the like thereof in make. (TA. [See also the last sentence of this paragraph.]) [Hence,] one says, البَغْضَآءِ بَيْنَهُمْ مَبْثُوثَةٌ ↓ زَرَابِىُّ (tropical:) [The embellished coverings of vehement hatred are spread between them; i. e. vehement hatred concealed by fair professions &c. subsists between them]. (A.) The following saying, of Artáh Ibn-Suheiyeh, وَنَحْنُ بَنُو عَمٍّ عَلَى ذَاتِ بَيْنِنَا فِيهَا بِغْضَةٌ وَتَنافُسُ ↓ زَرَابِىُّ is expl. by En-Nemiree as meaning (assumed tropical:) [And we are sons of a paternal uncle, but] upon our enmity is a comely covering beneath which it is latent; [therein are vehement hatred and envious competition;] زَرَابِىُّ signifying [properly] carpets of sundry colours: (Ham p. 196:) it is also said to mean, in this instance, (assumed tropical:) [concealed] enmities, and sayings that give pain; [the former of these two meanings being] from زَرَبْتُ البَهْمَ فِى الزَّرِيبَةِ, i. e. أَدْخَلْتُهُ: [the latter of them app. suggested by another reading, namely, زَأَانِبُ in the place of زَرَابِىُّ; mentioned and thus explained in the Ham ubi suprà: the poet, therefore, is supposed to have meant, upon our state of union, or concord, (ذات بيننا having two contr. significations,) have supervened concealed enmities, &c.:] or, as some say, the reading in the deewán of Artáh is زَرَائِبُ, as though pl. of ↓ زَرِيبَةٌ, which is likewise made to denote enmity because it is made to enter (تُزْرَبُ, i. e. تُدْخَلُ,) into the heart; or which may be metaphorically applied to a place of enmity latent in the bosom, from the same word as signifying the “ place in which are put lambs, or kids, and sheep, or goats: ” or, supposing the right reading to be ↓ زَرَابِىُّ, the poet may very properly mean, upon the vacant space between our tents, or houses, are carpets (طَنَافِس and بُسُط) spread for us, and we sit thereon, near together in the places, but with the hearts remote: (idem p. 195:) but with the reading زَأَانِبُ, mentioned above, occurs another variation, thus: عَلَى ذَاكَ بَيْنَنَا زَأَانِبُ; meaning, notwithstanding that, between us are sayings that give pain. (Idem p. 196.) b2: ↓ وَيْلٌ لِلزَّرْبِيَّةِ, occurring in a trad., is said to mean (tropical:) Wo to those who go in to lords, or princes, and, when they say what is evil, or say anything, say, He has spoken truth: such persons being likened, in respect of their variable conduct, to one of the زَرَابِىّ mentioned above in the first sentence of this paragraph; or to sheep, or goats, which are thus called in relation to the زَرْب, i. e. the enclosure to which they repair, because they are obsequious to the lords, or princes, and follow their steps with the submissiveness of sheep or goats to their pastor. (TA.) b3: Accord. to El-Muärrij, (TA,) ↓ زَرَابِىُّ is applied to plants, as meaning Such as have become yellow, or red, while having in them greenness: (K, TA:) and when they saw the colours in carpets and other articles of furniture that are spread, they likened them to such plants. (TA.) زَرْبِيَّةٌ and زِرْبِيَّةٌ and زُرْبِيَّةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in three places. b2: [Golius, finding the second and third of these words expl. by the Pers. شادروان, (which is often applied by Arabs in the present day to “ an artificial fountain that throws up water,”) has erroneously, as Freytag has observed, supposed that they may signify “ Euripus, fons in altum saliens. ”]

زَرِيبَةٌ: see زَرْبٌ, in two places: and see 1, first sentence. b2: Also (assumed tropical:) The lurking-place of a beast of prey. (S, K.) b3: See also زِرْبِىٌّ.

زَرَابِىُّ: see زِرْبِىٌّ, in five places.

زِرْيَابٌ, (in the CK زِرْباب,) an arabicized word, (K, TA,) from [the Pers.] زَرْ آبْ, the hemzeh [in آبْ, for أَابْ,] being changed into ى, (TA,) Gold: (IAar, K:) or the water thereof [i. e. water-gold; which may be deemed the more correct, as agreeing with the original]. (K.) b2: And Anything yellow. (K.) A2: Also A certain black singingbird; (MF, TA;) called also ابو زولق, [app. a mistranscription for ابو زريق, as in Freytag's Lex., i. e. أَبُو زُرَيْقٍ,] accord. to the book entitled “ Mantik et-Teyr. ” (TA.) مِزْرَابٌ i. q. مِرْزَابٌ [q. v., said to be not a chaste word]. (K.) مَزْرُبَانٌ: see مَرْزُبَانٌ, in art. رزب.
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