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2 زوّقهُ, (O, Msb, TA,) inf. n. تَزْوِيقٌ, (Msb, K,) [seems to signify primarily He washed it over with زَاوُوق, i. e. quicksilver; he silvered it therewith.] One says, زوّق الدَّرَاهِمَ [He washed over the dirhems with quicksilver]; from الزَّاوُوقُ. (MA.) b2: [Then, He gilded it with an amalgam of quicksilver and gold: see زَاوُوقٌ. b3: And hence,] He decorated it, and embellished it; namely, a thing [of any kind: and particularly he painted it]: but IF says that زوّقهُ, meaning thus, is without foundation; that they say it is from الزَّوُوقُ meaning الزِئْبَقُ; [as it is said to be in the K;] but that this is [mere] assertion. (O, TA.) [Whether properly or improperly, however,] one says, زَوَّقَ البَيْتَ بِالزَّاوُوقِ, i. e. He decorated the house, or chamber, [perhaps meaning the House of God, at Mekkeh, i. e. the Kaabeh, as appears to be probable from what here follows,] and changed its colour and its fashion or semblance, with زاووق, i. e. زئبق. (Har p. 107.) And it is related in a trad. that he [Mohammad] said to Ibn-'Omar, إِذَا رَأَيْتَ قُرَيْشًا قَدْ هَدَمُوا البَيْتَ ثُمَّ بَنَوْهُ فَزَوَّقُوهُ فَإِنِ اسْتَطَعْتَ المَوْتَ فَمُتْ [When thou seest Kureysh shall have demolished the House of God, then built it again, and decorated it, if thou be able to die, then die]: he disliked the تَزْوِيق of mosques because of its inducing desire for the things of the present world, and its finery, or because of its diverting the person praying. (TA.) b4: One says also, (TA,) زَوَّقْتُ الكَلَامَ, and الكِتَابَ, (assumed tropical:) I embellished the speech, or language, and the writing, or book; and (tropical:) I rectified, or corrected, it. (S, TA.) And زَوَّرَ فُلَانٌ كِتَابَهُ and زَوَّقَهُ both mean (tropical:) Such a one rectified, or corrected, his writing, or book. (TA.) b5: And زَوَّقُوا الجَارِيَةَ They embellished the girl, or young woman, with نُقُوش [or decorations, app. such as are made by tattooing, or staining with حِنَّآء]: such decoration is termed ↓ زَوَاقٌ, like سَحَابٌ: and hence, ↓ تَزَيَّقِى, [Embellish thyself &c.,] said to a woman; [so that it is originally ↓ تَزَوَّقِى;] or this is from زيق, [i. e. زِيقٌ,] with ى. (TA.) 5 تَزَوَّقَ see the last sentence above, in two places.

زُوَقٌ: see زَاوُوقٌ.

زَوَقَةٌ [pl. of زَائِقٌ, act. part. n. of the unused verb زَاقَ,] Decorators, or embellishers, of the ceilings of houses or chambers. (AA, TA.) [See also زَوَّاقٌ.]

زَوَاقٌ: see 2, last sentence.

زَوَّاقٌ A decorator; an embellisher: and particularly a painter. See also زَوَقَةٌ, above.]

زَاوُوقٌ, (S, O, K, [in the CK written زاؤُقْ, as though it were زَاؤُوقٌ, the quiescent و being indicated by the sign of sukoon after the dammeh,]) of the dial. of the people of El-Medeeneh, (AA, S, O,) i. q. زِئْبَقٌ [i. e. Quicksilver]; (AA, S, O, K;) as also ↓ زُوَقٌ; (AA, O, K;) but from what is said by IB, it would seem that this last word is pl. of زَاوُوقٌ: (TA:) it is used in ↓ تَزَاوِيق [meaning decorations, or embellishments, pl. of تَزْويقٌ used as a simple subst., or of the n. un. تَزْوِيقَةٌ]; (S, O;) and hence, [accord. to some,] التَّزْوِيقُ signifying

“ the act of decorating, and embellishing; ” (K;) for it is put, together with gold, (S, O, K,) for overlaying therewith, (K,) upon iron, (S, O,) and then it is put into the fire, whereupon the زئبق [or quicksilver] goes from it [by evaporation], and the gold remains: (S, O, K:) and hence anything decorated, or embellished, is termed ↓ مُزَوَّقٌ, (S, O,) though not having in it زئبق. (S.) تَزْوِيقٌ inf. n. of 2. (Msb.) [Used as a simple subst., this, or the n. un. تَزْوِيقَةٌ, has for its pl. تَزَاوِيقُ:] see the next preceding paragraph.

مُزَوَّقٌ Washed over with [زَاوُوق or] زِئْبَق [i. e. quicksilver]; applied to a dirhem. (TA.) Decorated therewith (TA) [or with an amalgam of quicksilver and gold subjected to the action of fire so that the quicksilver is evaporated]. b2: and hence, (TA,) Anything decorated, or embellished, (S, O, Msb, K, TA,) though not having in it زِئْبَق. (S, O.) See زَاوُوقٌ. b3: Also, applied to speech, or language, (assumed tropical:) Embellished: (Kr, TA:) and applied to a book, or writing, [in the same sense: (see 2:) or] as meaning (tropical:) rectified, or corrected; like مُزَوَّرٌ. (AZ, TA.)
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