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1940. سرم11 1941. سرمد13 1942. سرند6 1943. سرهد5 1944. سرو14 1945. سرول121946. سرون2 1947. سرى8 1948. سسب2 1949. سسم6 1950. سطب7 1951. سطح21 1952. سطر16 1953. سطرنج2 1954. سطع13 1955. سطل12 1956. سطن9 1957. سطو12 1958. سعب9 1959. سعتر8 1960. سعد18 1961. سعر20 1962. سعط16 1963. سعف18 1964. سعل15 1965. سعو3 1966. سغب16 1967. سف4 1968. سفح18 1969. سفد15 1970. سفر20 1971. سفرجل8 1972. سفط14 1973. سفع18 1974. سفق14 1975. سفك14 1976. سفل17 1977. سفن17 1978. سفند1 1979. سفه17 1980. سفو9 1981. سقب17 1982. سقر16 1983. سقرقع4 1984. سقط21 1985. سقف20 1986. سقم17 1987. سقمونيا1 1988. سقى11 1989. سك5 1990. سكب18 1991. سكبج4 1992. سكبينج1 1993. سكت19 1994. سكر20 1995. سكرج4 1996. سكرك5 1997. سكف14 1998. سكن19 1999. سل4 2000. سلأ14 2001. سلب22 2002. سلت15 2003. سلتم7 2004. سلج10 2005. سَلجم1 2006. سلح19 2007. سلحب5 2008. سلحف11 2009. سلخ18 2010. سلس13 2011. سلسبل2 2012. سلط17 2013. سلطح5 2014. سلع18 2015. سلغ9 2016. سلف24 2017. سلق19 2018. سلك20 2019. سلم22 2020. سلهب10 2021. سلو10 2022. سلى5 2023. سم5 2024. سمت21 2025. سمج15 2026. سمح17 2027. سمحج5 2028. سمحق5 2029. سمد18 2030. سمدر7 2031. سمدع6 2032. سمذ3 2033. سمر21 2034. سمس2 2035. سمسر9 2036. سمط18 2037. سمع18 2038. سمعر1 2039. سمغ6 Prev. 100




Q. 1 سَرْوَلَهُ, (inf. n. سَرْوَلَةٌ, TA,) He clad him with سَرَاوِيل. (S, M, K.) Q. 2 تَسَرْوَلَ He clad himself, or became clad, with سَرَاوِيل. (S, M, K.) سِرْوَالٌ: see سَرَاوِيل, latter half, in two places.

سِرْوِيلٌ: see سَرَاوِيل, in the latter half.

سِرْوَالَةٌ: see the next paragraph, latter half, in two places.

سَرَاوِيل a Pers. word, (S, * M, Msb, * K,) originally شَلْوَار, (MA, KL, [in the former loosely expl. by the word إِزَارٌ, and so in the PS,]) of well-known meaning, (S,) [Drawers, trousers, or breeches; originally applied to such as are worn under other clothing;] a certain under-garment; (MA;) [but now applied also to such as are worn externally;] is masc. [and perfectly decl., i. e. with tenween], and fem. [and imperfectly decl., i. e. without tenween]; (S, M, Msb, K; *) sometimes masc., (Msb, K,) but not known to As otherwise than as fem.; (M;) accord. to the usage most commonly obtaining, it is imperfectly decl. and fem.: (MF:) Sb says that it is a sing., and is a foreign, or Pers., word, arabicized; resembling, in their [the Arabs'] language, what is imperfectly decl. [as a pl. of the measure فَعَالِيلُ] when determinate and when indeterminate; but is perfectly decl. when indeterminate; and imperfectly decl. if applied as a proper name to a man, and so is its dim. if so applied, because it is fem. and of more than three letters: (S:) or it is imperfectly decl. as a proper name because it is also originally a foreign word; and its dim., ↓ سُرَيْيِيل, [for سُرَيْوِيل, the و being changed into ى, as in سَيِّدٌ for سَيْوِدٌ,] is perfectly decl. unless used as a proper name, in which latter case it is imperfectly decl. [for the reason above mentioned or] because it is fem. and determinate: (IB, TA:) it (i. e. سَرَاوِيل) is made, as a pl., imperfectly decl. when indeterminate by some of the grammarians; (S;) and it occurs in poetry imperfectly decl. [when indeterminate]: (S, M, * IB, TA:) [but this may be by poetic license:] thus in the saying of Ibn-Mukbil, أَتَى دُونَهَا ذَبُّ الرِّيَادِ كَأَنَّهُ فَتًى فَارِسِىٌّ سَرَاوِيلَ رَامِحُ [The came as an obstacle intervening in the way to her, or them, the wild bull, as though he were a Persian youth in drawers; one with a pair of horns]: (S, * IB, TA:) the former [however] is the usual way, [contrary to what has been said on the authority of MF,] though the latter is more valid: (S:) the pl. is سَرَاوِيلَاتٌ: (S, M, Msb, K:) Sb says that it has no broken pl., because, if it had, it would be the same as the sing.: (M:) or, (K,) some say, (S, M, Msb,) namely those grammarians who make it imperfectly decl. when indeterminate, (S,) holding it to be [originally] an Arabic word, (Msb,) it is a pl. of which the sing. is ↓ سِرْوَالَةٌ (S, M, Msb, K) and ↓ سِرْوَالٌ (S, K) and ↓ سِرْوِيلٌ, which is [said to be] the only instance of a word of the measure فَعْوِيلٌ: (K:) [this, therefore, confirms the opinion that I hold, that the measure of this word is فِعْلِيلٌ, and that all the words of the present art. are quadriliteral-radical, agreeably with an assertion in the TA that سرل is not genuine Arabic: though it seems that all the lexicographers regard the و in the words of this art. as augmentative:] a poet says, فَلَيْسَ يَرِقُّ لِمُسْتَعْطِفِ * ↓ عَلَيْهِ مِنَ اللُّؤْمِ سِرْوَالَةٌ [Upon him is an under-garment of ignobleness, (i. e. ignobleness cleaves to him like a pair of drawers,) so that he does not become tenderhearted to one who endeavours to conciliate him]: (S, * M:) in the “ Mujarrad,” سَرَاوِيلُ is made fem., and ↓ سِرْوَالٌ masc.: (Msb:) سَرَاوِين is a dial. var.; (K;) or syn. with سَرَاوِيل; the ن in the former being asserted by Yaakoob to be a substitute for the ل [in the latter]: (M:) and شِرْوَالٌ, with ش, is likewise a dial. var. [of سِرْوَالٌ], (K,) mentioned by Es-Sijistánee, on the authority of some one or more of the Arabs: (TA:) [the common modern pronunciation is شَرْوَال: pl. شَرَاوِيل.]

سُرَيْيِيل: dim. of سَرَاوِيل, q. v. (IB, TA.) مُسَرْوَلٌ Clad with سَرَاوِيل; as also ↓ مُتَسَرْوِلٌ. (A, TA.) b2: [Hence,] طَائِرٌ مُسَرْوَلٌ (tropical:) A bird whose plumage clothes its legs. (M, L, TA.) and حَمَامَةٌ مُسَرْوَلَةٌ (tropical:) A pigeon having feathers upon its legs. (S, K, TA.) And فَرَسٌ مُسَرْوَلٌ, (K,) or فَرَسٌ أَبْلَقُ مُسَرْوَلٌ, (A'Obeyd, S, TA,) (tropical:) [A horse, or a black and white horse,] whose whiteness of the legs extends (A'Obeyd, S, K) beyond, (A'Obeyd, K, TA,) or to, (S,) the arms and thighs: (A'Obeyd, S, K:) or مُسَرْوَلٌ applied to a horse means white in the hinder part, [and black, or of some other colour, in the hind legs,] the whiteness descending to the thighs. (A, voce آزَرُ.) b3: And المُسَرْوَلُ signifies (assumed tropical:) The wild bull: because of the blackness that is in his legs. (Az, TA.) مُتَسَرْوِلٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.
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