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1868. سبق21 1869. سبك16 1870. سبكر5 1871. سبل18 1872. سبى6 1873. ست41874. ستر16 1875. ستق12 1876. سته13 1877. ستهم4 1878. ستى3 1879. سجح11 1880. سجد16 1881. سجر18 1882. سجس11 1883. سجع14 1884. سجف14 1885. سجل21 1886. سجم14 1887. سجن15 1888. سجو10 1889. سح3 1890. سحب17 1891. سحت16 1892. سحج11 1893. سحر19 1894. سحف9 1895. سحق19 1896. سحل17 1897. سحم16 1898. سحن15 1899. سخب9 1900. سخبر7 1901. سخت11 1902. سخد10 1903. سخر16 1904. سخط12 1905. سخف13 1906. سخل13 1907. سخم13 1908. سخن16 1909. سد5 1910. سدج7 1911. سدر18 1912. سدس15 1913. سدغ3 1914. سدف15 1915. سدل14 1916. سدم13 1917. سدن16 1918. سدو5 1919. سذب4 1920. سذج4 1921. سر5 1922. سرأ8 1923. سرب19 1924. سربخ7 1925. سربل12 1926. سربن4 1927. سرج17 1928. سرجن7 1929. سرح19 1930. سرحب5 1931. سرحل2 1932. سرد16 1933. سرداب1 1934. سردق13 1935. سرط14 1936. سرطم6 1937. سرع16 1938. سرف21 1939. سرقن3 1940. سرم10 1941. سرمد12 1942. سرند6 1943. سرهد5 1944. سرو13 1945. سرول11 1946. سرون2 1947. سرى8 1948. سسب2 1949. سسم6 1950. سطب6 1951. سطح20 1952. سطر15 1953. سطرنج2 1954. سطع12 1955. سطل11 1956. سطن8 1957. سطو11 1958. سعب8 1959. سعتر8 1960. سعد17 1961. سعر19 1962. سعط15 1963. سعف17 1964. سعل14 1965. سعو3 1966. سغب15 1967. سف4 Prev. 100




1 سَتَّهُ, [aor. سَتُّ, accord to rule, and inf. n. app. سَتٌّ, q. v.,] He attributed or imputed to him, or charged him with, or accused him of, a fault, or defect, or the like; as also سَدَّهُ; syn. عَابَهُ. (TA. [The sense in which عابه is there used is indicated by the context.]) سَتٌ a dial. var. of اِسْتٌ: see the latter word in art. سته, in two places.

سَتٌّ Foul, or evil, speech or language. (IAar, K.) b2: And also, [like سَدٌّ,] A fault, or defect, or the like; syn. عَيْبٌ. (K.) سِتٌّ: see سِتَّةٌ, of which it is the fem. b2: سِتِّى said to a woman means, (K, TA,) accord. to the explanation of IAmb, (TA,) يَا سِتَّ جِهَاتِى [O thou who occupiest the six places in relation to me; or, who art above me, below me, before me, behind me, on my right, and on my left]: (K, TA:) as though alluding to her holding the speaker in her possession: (TA:) or it is an incorrect expression; (K;) or it is vulgar, and held in low estimation; (IAar, TA;) and is correctly سَيِّدَتِى [my lady, or my mistress]: (K:) it may be regarded as a contraction of سَيِّدَتِى, accord. to Esh-Shiháb El-Kásimee: (TA:) and Es-seyyid 'Eesà Es-Safawee says that it should not be restricted to the class of expression used as vocatives. (MF, TA.) سِتَّةٌ (Lth, T, S, M) and ↓ سِتَّ, (Lth, T, S, M, K,) the former masc. and the latter fem., (S,) [signifying Six,] are originally سِدْسَةٌ (Lth, T, M) and سِدْسٌ; (Lth, T, S, M, K;) the latter س is changed into ت, and the د is incorporated into it; (Lth, T, S, M, K;) for the dim, of سِتَّةٌ is سُدَيْسَةٌ [and that of سِتٌّ is سُدَيْسٌ], and the pl. is أَسْدَاسٌ. (Lth, T, S.) You say, عِنْدِى سِتَّةُ رِجَالٍ وَ نِسْوَةٍ [I have with me, or at my abode, six men and women], i. e., three men and three women: and you may say, عِنْدِى سِتَّةُ رِجَالٍ وَ نِسْوَةٌ, meaning, six men, and also women: and in like manner you do in the ease of any number that can be divided so as to apply to two plurals, as six and seven and the higher numbers: but in the case of a number that cannot be divided so as to apply to two plurals, as five and four and three, you put the latter noun in the nom. case only, saying, for ex., عِنْدِى خَمْسَةُ رِجَالٍ وَ نِسْوَةٌ. (ISk, S.) [Respecting a peculiar pronunciation of the people of El-Hijáz, and a case in which سِتَّة is imperfectly decl., see ثَلَاثَةٌ and تِسْعَةً.] b2: سِتَّةَ عَشَرَ [indecl. in every case, meaning Sixteen,] is pronounced by some of the Arabs سِتَّةَ عْشَرَ: and [the fem.] سِتَّ عَشْرَةَ, thus in the dial. of El-Hijáz [and of most of the Arabs], is pronounced سِتَّ عَشِرَةَ in the dial of Nejd. (S in art. عشر.) b3: سِتُّمِائَةٍ [meaning Six hundred] should be written thus, without separating the two words; because سِتٌّ is originally سِدْسٌ and the union of the two words is to compensate for the incorporation of the د into the ت. (El-Hareeree, in De Sacy's Anthol. Gramm. Ar., p. 72 of the Arabic text.) سِتُّونَ [Sixty,] one of the tenfold numbers, (M, TA,) namely, that between خَمْسُونَ and سَبْعُونَ, (TA,) is derived from سِتٌّ. (M, TA.) b2: [Also Sixtieth.] سَاتٌّ [Sixth]. You say, جَآءَ فُلَانٌ سَادِسًا and سَادِيًا and سَاتًّا [Such a one came sixth]; سادسا being formed from سِدْسٌ; and ساتّا, from سِتَّةٌ and سِتٌّ: in ساديا, the [latter] س [of سادسا] is changed into ى; for certain letters in other cases are sometimes so changed; as in أَمَّا and أَيْمَا and تَسَنَّنَ and تَسَنَّى, and تَقَضَّضَ and تَقَضَّى, and تَلَعَّعَ and تَلَعَّى, and تَسَرَّرَ and تَسَرَّى. (ISk, S.) اِسْتٌ: see arts. است and سته: it is properly mentioned in the latter art., being originally سَتَهٌ. (S, TA.)
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