William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن

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1857. سبأ16 1858. سبت21 1859. سبح21 1860. سبخ17 1861. سبد15 1862. سبر161863. سبرت10 1864. سبط19 1865. سبطر9 1866. سبع19 1867. سبغ20 1868. سبق22 1869. سبك16 1870. سبكر5 1871. سبل19 1872. سبى6 1873. ست4 1874. ستر17 1875. ستق13 1876. سته14 1877. ستهم4 1878. ستى3 1879. سجح12 1880. سجد17 1881. سجر19 1882. سجس12 1883. سجع15 1884. سجف15 1885. سجل22 1886. سجم15 1887. سجن16 1888. سجو11 1889. سح3 1890. سحب18 1891. سحت17 1892. سحج12 1893. سحر20 1894. سحف10 1895. سحق20 1896. سحل18 1897. سحم17 1898. سحن16 1899. سخب10 1900. سخبر7 1901. سخت12 1902. سخد11 1903. سخر17 1904. سخط13 1905. سخف14 1906. سخل14 1907. سخم14 1908. سخن17 1909. سد5 1910. سدج8 1911. سدر19 1912. سدس16 1913. سدغ3 1914. سدف16 1915. سدل15 1916. سدم14 1917. سدن17 1918. سدو6 1919. سذب4 1920. سذج4 1921. سر5 1922. سرأ8 1923. سرب20 1924. سربخ7 1925. سربل13 1926. سربن4 1927. سرج18 1928. سرجن7 1929. سرح20 1930. سرحب5 1931. سرحل2 1932. سرد17 1933. سرداب1 1934. سردق14 1935. سرط15 1936. سرطم7 1937. سرع17 1938. سرف22 1939. سرقن3 1940. سرم11 1941. سرمد13 1942. سرند6 1943. سرهد5 1944. سرو14 1945. سرول12 1946. سرون2 1947. سرى8 1948. سسب2 1949. سسم6 1950. سطب7 1951. سطح21 1952. سطر16 1953. سطرنج2 1954. سطع13 1955. سطل12 1956. سطن9 Prev. 100




1 سَبَرَ الجُرْحَ, (S, M, A, &c.,) aor. سَبُرَ (S, M, Msb) and سَبِرَ, (M, TA,) inf. n. سَبْرٌ; (S, M, Msb, K;) and ↓ استبرهُ; (K;) He probed the wound; measured its depth with the مِسْبَار, i. e., with an iron or other instrument; (A, Mgh:) tried, (K,) or examined, (S,) or endeavoured to learn, (Msb,) its depth; (S, Msb, K;) examined its extent. (M.) b2: سَبَرَهُ (assumed tropical:) He determined, or computed by conjecture or by the eye, its measure, quantity, size, or bulk. (M, K, * TA.) b3: (assumed tropical:) He tried, proved, or tested, it; proved it by experiment or experience; (S, M, TA;) namely, anything; as also ↓ استبرهُ. (S.) b4: (assumed tropical:) He elicited its true, or real, condition. (TA.) b5: It is related in the trad. of the cave, that Aboo-Bekr said to Mohammad, لَا تَدْخُلْهُ حَتَّى أَسْبُرَهُ قَبْلَكَ (assumed tropical:) Do not thou enter it until I explore it before thee, and see if there be in it any one, or anything that may hurt. (TA.) b6: مَفَازَةٌ لَا تُسْبَرُ (tropical:) A desert of which the extent cannot be known. (A.) b7: سَبَرْتُ فُلَانًا (tropical:) [I searched into such a one]. (A.) — فُيهِ خَيْرٌ كَثِيرٌ لَا يُسْبَرُ (tropical:) [In him is much good, the extent of which cannot be known]. (A.) b8: أَمْرٌ عَظِيمٌ لَا يُسْبَرُ (tropical:) [A great affair, of which the uttermost cannot be known]. (A.) b9: اُسْبُرْ لِى مَا عِنْدَهُ (assumed tropical:) Learn thou for me what he has [in his mind, or in his possession]. (M.) b10: سَبَرْتُ القَوْمَ, aor. سَبُرَ and سَبِرَ, inf. n. سَبْرٌ, (assumed tropical:) I observed the people attentively, with investigation, one after another, that I might know their number. (Msb.) 8 إِسْتَبَرَ see 1, in two places.

سَبْرٌ: see سِبْرٌ.

A2: Also The lion. (El-Mu- ärrij, K.) سِبْرٌ (S, M, K) and ↓ سَبْرٌ (M, K) The source, or origin, [of a thing,] syn. أَصْلٌ: (M, K:) pl. of both أَسْبَارٌ. (M.) b2: (tropical:) Form, or appearance; figure, feature, or lineaments; external state or condition; state with regard to apparel and the like; (S, M, K;) or goodly form or appearance &c.; (K;) aspect; garb, or habit; (TA;) colour, or complexion; (M, K;) beauty; (K;) brightness of countenance: (M:) pl. of both as above. (M.) b3: IAar says, I heard Aboo-Ziyád El-Kilábee say, I returned from Marw to the desert, and one of its people said to me, أَمَّا السِّبْرُ فَحَضَرِىٌّ وَأَمَّا اللِّسَانُ فَبَدَوِىٌّ (tropical:) As to garb and appearance, [thou art like] an inhabitant of a town; but as to tongue, an inhabitant of the desert. (S, * TA.) b4: You say, فُلَانٌ حَسَنُ الحِبْرِ وَالسِّبْرِ (tropical:) Such a one is beautiful and of goodly appearance. (S.) [See also حِبْرٌ.] b5: A woman of the desert said, أَعْجَبَنِى سِبْرُ فُلَانٍ (tropical:) The good condition, and flourishing state of body, of such a one pleased me: and رَأَيْتُهُ سَيِّئَ السِّبْرِ (tropical:) I saw him to have an altered and ill appearance of body: thus she assigned to سبر two significations. (TA.) b6: One says also, إِنَّهُ لَحَسَنُ السِّبْرِ (tropical:) Verily he is goodly in complexion and appearance. (TA.) b7: سِبْرٌ also signifies (tropical:) A characteristic by which one knows the generousness or ungenerousness of a beast. (AZ, M.) b8: And (assumed tropical:) One's knowledge of the fruitfulness or unfruitfulness [or the good or bad condition] of a beast. (AZ, TA.) b9: Also (assumed tropical:) Likeness; syn. شَبَهٌ. (K, TA. [In some copies of the K, سُبَّةٌ, which is an evident mistake.]) So in the phrase, occurring in a trad., غَلَبَ عَلَيْهِمْ سِبْرُ أَبِى بَكْرٍ (assumed tropical:) The likeness (شَبَه) of Aboo-Bekr predominated in them. (IAar, TA.) One says also, عَرَفَهُ بِسِبْرِ أَبِيهِ (assumed tropical:) He knew him by the appearance and likeness of his father. (TA.) b10: Also the former (سِبْرٌ), Enmity, (K,) accord. to El-Muärrij; but Az says that this is strange. (TA.) سَبْرَةٌ A cold morning, between daybreak and sunrise: (S, M, A, Mgh, K:) or from the time a little before daybreak to daybreak: or from daybreak to sunrise: (M:) or a cold morning during the period next after sunrise: (Msb:) pl. سَبَرَاتٌ: (S, M, Mgh, Msb, K:) which latter is also expl. as signifying the intenseness of the cold of winter, and of the year. (TA.) سُبْرُتٌ and سِبْرَاتٌ and سُبْرُوتٌ and سِبْرِيتٌ: &c.: see art. سبرت.

سُبْرُورٌ Poor; (K, TA;) possessing no property: like سُبْرُوتٌ, in this sense, and in that following. (TA.) b2: (tropical:) Land in which is no herbage. (K, TA.) سِبَارٌ and ↓ مِسْبَارٌ A probe; an instrument with which a wound is probed; (S, M, K;) as also ↓ مِسْبَرٌ: (Ham p. 818:) a twist like a wick, (T, Msb,) or a similar thing, (Msb,) which is put into a wound (T, Msb) to ascertain its depth; (Msb;) an iron or other instrument with which the depth of a wound is measured: (A, Mgh:) pl. of the first, سُبُرٌ; and of ↓ the second, مَسَابِيرُ. (Msb.) It is said in a prov., مَا عُرِفَ ↓ لَوْ لَا المِسْبَارُ غَوْرُ الجُرْحِ [Were it not for the probe, the depth of the wound would not be known]. (A.) And ↓ بَعِيدُ المِسْبَارِ is applied as an epithet to a woman's vulva [or vagina, in an obvious sense,] by Ibn-Habeeb: and accord. to the K, to a woman [in allusion to her vagina]. (TA in art. خجى.) سَبَارٍ an irreg. pl. of سُبْرُوتٌ: see the latter in art. سبرت.

سَابِرِىٌّ A coat of mail made of slender rings, and strongly: (K:) so called in relation to the king Sáboor. (TA.) b2: Hence, (TA,) or from Sáboor, a province of Persia, (Mgh, Msb,) A thin, or delicate, kind of garment or cloth, (IDrd, S, M, Mgh, Msb, K,) of excellent quality: (K:) and anything thin, or delicate. (M.) Whence the prov., عَرْضٌ سَابِرِيٌّ (S, M, * K *) A slight exhibition: (M:) [see variations of this phrase in art. عرض, under عَرَضَ الشَّىْءَ:] said to him to whom a thing is shown in a slight manner: (S:) because the garment or cloth called سابرىّ, (S, K,) being of the best of qualities, (S,) is desired when exhibited in the slightest manner. (S, K. [See the first paragraph in art. عرض; and see also عَرَضَ عَلَىَّ سَوْمَ عَالَّةٍ in the first paragraph of art. سوم.]) b3: A certain sort of dates, (S, Msb, K,) of good quality. (Msb, K.) It is said that the best of the dates in El-Koofeh are the نِرْسِيَان and the سابرىّ. (S.) b4: نَخْلَةٌ سَابِرِيَّةٌ A palmtree of which the unripe dates are yellow and somewhat long. (AHát, Msb.) مَسْبَرٌ (assumed tropical:) [The internal state or condition of a man]. You say, حَمَدْتُ مَسْبَرَهُ and مَخَبَرَهُ (assumed tropical:) [I praised his internal state or condition]: (S:) and ↓ مَسْبَرَةٌ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The internal state or condition; an internal, or intrinsic, quality; or the intrinsic, or real, as opposed to the apparent, state, or aspect. (TA.) مِسْبَرٌ: see سِبَارٌ.

مَسْبَرَةٌ The utmost point of a wound. (M.) b2: See also مَسْبَرٌ.

مِسْبَارٌ: see سِبَارٌ, in four places. b2: It may also be applied to (assumed tropical:) A man who probes a wound. (Ham p. 818.) مَسْبُورٌ Goodly in form or appearance; in figure, feature, or lineaments; in external state or condition; in state of apparel or the like. (K, TA.)
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