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1 سَلَكَ الطَّرِيقَ, (IAar, MA, Msb,) or المَكَانَ, (K,) aor. سَلُكَ, (Msb, TA,) inf. n. سُلُوكٌ (MA, Msb, K) and سَلْكٌ, (K, [but I doubt this latter's being correctly used as an inf. n. of the verb in the sense here immediately following,]) He travelled, (MA,) or went along in, (Msb,) the road, (IAar, MA, Msb,) or the place: (K:) or سَلَكَ المَكَانَ he entered into the place. (TK.) [In these and similar instances, it seems that the prep. فِى is suppressed, and the noun therefore put in the accus. case, as in دَخَلَ البَيْتَ &c.: for it is said that] سَلَكَ as meaning He entered (دَخَلَ) is intrans.: (Kull p. 206:) ↓ انسلك [likewise] has this meaning: (S:) ↓ اسلك as an intrans. verb [in the sense of سَلَكَ] is extr. (Msb.) [سَلَكَ طَرِيقًا is also often used tropically, as meaning (tropical:) He pursued a course of conduct or the like.]

A2: and سَلَكَهُ الطَّرِيقَ, (IAar, Msb,) or المَكَانَ, and فِيهِ, (K,) [inf. n. سَلْكٌ;] and إِيَّاهُ ↓ اسلكهُ, (Msb, K,) this also is allowable, (IAar, TA,) and فِيهِ, and عَلَيْهِ; (K;) He made him [to travel or] to go along in [or to enter] the road, (IAar, * Msb,) or the place: (K:) and so سَلَكَ بِهِ الطَّرِيقَ: (Msb:) and ↓ سلّكهُ, inf. n. تَسْلِيكٌ, signifies the same as [سَلَكَهُ thus used, and] اسلكهُ. (TA.) And سلَكَتُ الشَّىْءَ فِى الشَّىْءِ, (S, Msb,) inf. n. سَلْكٌ, (S,) I made the thing to enter, or I inserted it, or introduced it, into the thing: (S:) or I made the thing to go, or pass, through the thing: (Msb:) and ↓ أَسْلَكْتُهُ signifies the same. (S. [See an ex. of the latter verb in a verse of 'Abd-Menáf Ibn-Riba El-Hudhalee, voce إِذَا; cited there and here also in the S.]) You say, سَلَكَ الخَيْطَ فِى الإِبْرَةِ He inserted the thread into the needle. (MA.) And سَلَكَ يَدَهُ فِى الجَيْبِ He inserted [his hand, or arm, into the opening at the neck and bosom of the shirt]; as also ↓ أَسْلَكَهَا: (K:) and so into the skin for milk or water, and the like. (TA.) And it is said in the Kur [xxvi. 200], كَذٰلِكَ سَلَكْنَاهُ فِى

قُلُوبِ المُجْرِمِينَ Thus we have caused it to enter [into the hearts of the sinners]. (S.) And in the same [xxxix. 22], فَسَلَكَهُ يَنَابِيعَ فِى الأَرْضِ [and hath caused it to enter into springs in the earth]. (TA.) 2 سَلَّكَ see 1. b2: [In the present day, سلّك signifies He cleared a passage or way. And He cleaned out a pipe for smoking.

A2: And, from سِلْكٌ, He wound thread upon a reel or into a skein.]4 أَسْلَكَ see 1, in four places.7 إِنْسَلَكَ see 1, second sentence.

سِلْكٌ Thread, or string, (S, Mgh, K,) with which one sews: (K:) or upon which beads are strung; (Ham p. 42;) [but] not having beads upon it; for if it have, it is termed سِمْطٌ: (S and Mgh in art. سمط:) [in the present day it signifies wire:] a pl. [or rather a coll. gen. n.] of which the sing. [or n. un.] is ↓ سِلْكَةٌ: the pl. [of pauc.] of سِلْكٌ is أَسْلَاكٌ and [of mult.] سُلُوكٌ. (K.) b2: [Hence,] one says, هٰذَا كَلَامٌ رَقِيقُ السِّلْكِ (tropical:) This is speech, or language, [subtile; or] abstruse in its course, or tenour; i. e. ↓ خَفِىُّ المَسْلَكِ. (TA.) b3: And مَا أَنْتَ بِمُنْجَرِدِ السِّلْكِ, (AZ, TA in art. جرد,) or بِمُتَجَرِّدِ السِّلْكِ, (so in a copy of the A in that art.,) said to one who is shy, or bashful, (assumed tropical:) meaning [Thou art] not free from shyness in appearing [before others]: (AZ, TA in that art.:) or (tropical:) thou art not celebrated, or well-known. (A and TA in that art.) A2: Also The first of what is emitted by the she-camel [from her udder], before the لِبَأ [or biestings]. (Ibn-'Abbád, K.) سُلَكٌ The young one of the حَجَل [or partridge]; (S, K;) like سُلَحٌ: (S in art. سلح:) or of the bird called قَطًا: (K:) fem. سُلَكَةٌ, (S, K,) and ↓ سِلْكَانَةٌ, but the latter is rare: (K:) pl. سِلْكَانٌ, (S, K,) like صِرْدَانٌ pl. of صُرَدٌ (S) [and سِلْحَانٌ pl. of سُلَحٌ].

سِلْكَةٌ: see سِلْكٌ.

طَعْنَةٌ سُلْكَى [A thrust, or piercing thrust,] directed right towards the face. (S, K.) and أَرٌ سُلْكَى [An affair] rightly directed; (K, TA;) and so رَأْىٌ [an opinion]: (TA:) or the former, [an affair] following one uniform course. (ISk, TA.) b2: In the saying of Keys Ibn-'Eyzárah, غَدَاةَ تَنَادَوْا ثُمَّ قَامُوا فَأَجْمَعُوا بِقَتْلِىَ سُلْكَى لَيْسَ فِيهَا تَنَازُعُ he means [In the morning when they congregated, then arose and determined upon my slaughter] with a strong resolution in respect of which there was no contention. (TA.) سَلَكُوتٌ, like جَبَرُوتٌ [in measure], A certain bird. (K.) سِلْكَانَةٌ: see سُلَكٌ.

مَسْلَكٌ [A place of passage of a man or beast and of anything;] a way, road, or path: pl. مَسَالِكُ. (TA.) b2: [Hence,] مَسْلَكَا المَرْأَةِ [The vagina and rectum of the woman]. (M in art. فيض. [See أَفَاضَ المَرْأَةَ in that art.]) b3: [Hence, also,] one says, خُذْ فِى مَسَالِكِ الحَقِّ (tropical:) [Enter thou upon the ways of truth]. (TA.) b4: See also سِلْكٌ.

مَسْلَكَةٌ A border (طُرَّة) slit from the side of a garment, or piece of cloth: (K:) so called because extended, like the سِلْك. (TA.) مُسَلَّكٌ Slender, or lean, (IDrd, K, TA,) in body; applied to a man and to a horse. (IDrd, TA.) And مُسَلَّكٌ الذَّكَرِ Sharp in the head of the penis: and so مُسَمْلَكٌ الذَّكَرِ. (AA, TA.)
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