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

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1981. سقب17 1982. سقر16 1983. سقرقع4 1984. سقط21 1985. سقف20 1986. سقم171987. 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 2040. سمق12 2041. سمك16 2042. سمل18 2043. سملق6 2044. سمن16 2045. سمندل4 2046. سمهدر4 2047. سمهر9 2048. سمو10 2049. سن4 2050. سنبق3 2051. سنبك9 2052. سنبل11 2053. سنت11 2054. سنج12 2055. سنجاب1 2056. سنح16 2057. سنخ13 2058. سند15 2059. سندر12 2060. سندس11 2061. سندق4 2062. سندل6 2063. سنر11 2064. سنط15 2065. سنف14 2066. سنق9 2067. سنم21 2068. سنه14 2069. سه3 2070. سهب14 2071. سهج9 2072. سهد13 2073. سهر17 2074. سهك11 2075. سهل17 2076. سهم20 2077. سهو10 2078. سو1 2079. سوأ16 2080. سوب5 Prev. 100




1 سَقِمَ, aor. سَقَمَ; (S, Msb, K;) and سَقُمَ, aor. سَقُمَ; (Msb, K;) inf. n. سَقَمٌ, (S, Msb, TA,) of the former verb; (S, Msb;) and سُقْمٌ, of the latter verb, (Msb,) and سَقَامَةٌ and سَقَامٌ, (TA,) [also of the latter verb, the last like جَمَالٌ of جَمُلَ, &c.,] or the last is a simple subst.; (Msb;) He was, or became, diseased, disordered, distempered, sick, or ill; syn. مَرِضَ: (S, K, TA:) or he was long diseased &c. (Msb.) [See also سُقْمٌ below.]2 سَقَّمَ see what next follows.4 اسقمهُ, (S, Msb, TA,) inf. n. إِسْقَامٌ; (TA;) and ↓ سقّمهُ, (Msb, TA,) inf. n. تَسْقِيمٌ; (TA;) He (God) [or it] caused him to be, or become, diseased, disordered, distempered, sick, or ill: (S, TA:) or caused him to be long diseased &c. (Msb.) A2: And أَسْقَمَ الرَّجُلُ The man had his family affected with diseases, and the diseases came afterwards upon him. (TA.) سُقْمٌ and ↓ سَقَمٌ and ↓ سَقَامٌ [are all inf. ns.; or the last, accord. to the Msb, is a simple subst.; and all are used as substs., signifying] A disease, disorder, distemper, malady, sickness, or an illness; syn. مَرَضٌ: (S, K, TA:) سُقْمٌ and مَرَضٌ are both said to be in the body, and also (assumed tropical:) in religion [&c., as is implied by phrases mentioned below, voce سَقِيمٌ]: (Aboo-Is-hák, TA in art. مرض:) pl. [of the first] أَسْقَامٌ. (TA.) سَقَمُ ↓ الجُفُونِ means (assumed tropical:) Languidness, and slowness in motion, of the eyelids. (Har p. 113.) سَقَمٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in two places.

سَقِمٌ: see سَقِيمٌ.

سَقَامٌ: see سُقْمٌ.

سَقِيمٌ Diseased, disordered, distempered, sick, or ill; (S, K, TA;) as also ↓ سَقِمٌ: (TA:) or long diseased &c.: (Msb:) pl. of the former سِقَامٌ, (Msb, K,) like كِرَامٌ pl. of كَرِيمٌ. (Msb.) See also مِسْقَامٌ, and مُسْقِمٌ. The phrase إِنِي سَقِيمٌ, occurring in the Kur [xxxvii. 87], as a saying of Abraham, is expl. by some as meaning [Verily I am] smitten with the طَاعُون [or pestilence]: or the meaning is, I shall be diseased at a future time, when the period shall have come; and it is said that he inferred, from looking at the stars, the time of a fever's coming to him: or it means (assumed tropical:) verily I am sick of your worshipping what is not God: IAth says that, in truth, it is one of his three lies; all of which were for the sake of God and his religion. (TA.) You say also قَلْبٌ سَقِيمٌ (tropical:) [A diseased, a sickly, or an unsound, heart]: and فَهْمٌ سَقِيمٌ (tropical:) [Diseased, unsound, faulty, or weak, understanding]: and كَلَامٌ سَقِيمٌ (tropical:) [Unsound, faulty, or weak, language]. (TA.) and هُوَ سَقِيمُ الصَّدْرِ عَلَيْهِ (tropical:) He is affected with rancour, malevolence, malice, or spite, against him. (TA.) سَوْقَمٌ A kind of tree resembling the خِلَاف [q. v.], but not the same as this latter: (TA:) or a kind of large tree, (AHn, K, TA,) exactly like the أَثْأَب, (AHn, TA,) which is a tree of the figkind, (TA in art. ثأب,) except that it is taller than the latter, and less broad, having a fruit like the fig (التِين), which, when green, is [like] stone in hardness, but when it ripens it becomes somewhat yellow, and soft, and very sweet, and of a pleasant odour, and people send it, one to another, as a present. (AHn, TA.) [Forskål, in his Flora Aegypt. Arab., p. cxxiv., mentions سقم, which is evidently a mistranscription for سوقم, and which he writes in Italic letters “ sokam,” as one of the names of the ficus sycomorus; and app. of another species or variety of fig which he terms ficus sycomoroides.]

رَجُلٌ سَقِيمٌ ↓ مُسْقِمٌ A man who is diseased and whose family are diseased. (TA.) مَسْقَمَةٌ [A cause of disease: a word of the same class as مَجْبَنَةٌ and many others of the measure مَفْعَلَةٌ]: see an ex. voce كِظَّةٌ.

مِسْقَامٌ i. q. ↓ سَقِيمٌ [Diseased, disordered, &c.]: (TA:) or [rather, agreeably with analogy,] much, or often, diseased &c.: (S, TA:) and accord. to Lh it is also applied as an epithet to a female. (TA.)
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