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2 سنّت القِدْرَ, inf. n. تَسْنِيتٌ, He put سَنُّوت, (S, K,) meaning كَمُّون [i. e. cumin, or cuminseed], (S,) into the cooking-pot. (S, K.) 3 سانتوا الأَرْضَ They sought after the herbage of the land, doing so diligently, or with labour or perseverance, or time after time. (M, K.) 4 اسنتوا They experienced drought, or barrenness: (S, M, A, K:) derived from سَنَةٌ; the و being changed into ت, [for سَنَةٌ is originally سَنْوَةٌ, or, accord. to one dial. سَنْهَةٌ,] to distinguish between this verb and أَسْنَى as signifying “ he remained in a place a year: ” or, as Fr says, they imagined the ه [meaning ة, in سَنَةٌ,] to be a radical letter, finding it to be the third letter, and therefore changed it into ت: (S:) accord. to Sb, the ت [in أَسْنَتَ] is substituted for the ى [in أَسْنَى]; and there is no instance of the like except ثِنْتَانِ [in which the ت is substituted for the final radical, ى], (M in the present art.,) and in words of the measure اِفْتَعَلَ [as اِتَّسَرَ for اِيتَسَرَ]. (M in art. ثنى.) 5 تَسَنَّتَهَا [He married her, or took her as his wife, he being an ignoble, or a low-born, but rich, man, and she being a noble, or high-born, but poor, woman; or] he, an ignoble, or a low-born, man, married her, a noble, or high-born woman, because of the paucity of her property and the abundance of his property. (S) And تسنّت كَرِيمَةَ آلِ فُلَانٍ He married the noble or highborn, woman of the family of such a one in the year of drought, dearth, or scarcity. (TA.) أَصَابَهُمْ سَنَتٌ, for سَنَةٌ, Drought, or barrenness, afflicted them, or befell them. (S, TA.) رَجُلٌ سَنِتٌ, (S, A, * K, *) or رَجُلٌ سَنِتُ الخَيْرِ, (M,) A man possessing little, or no, good; possessing few, or no, good things; or poor: (S, M, A, * K: *) pl. سَنِتُونَ: (M, K:) it has no broken pl. (M.) And the former, A man afflicted with drought, or barrenness; (TA in art. بقع;) as also ↓ مُسْنِتٌ: (TA in the present art.:) and ↓ رَجُلٌ مُسْنِتٌ a man indigent and desolate, possessing nothing: probably from أَرْضٌ مُسْنِتَةٌ, or عَامٌ مُسْنِتٌ, [both expl. below,] or from أَسْنَتُوا meaning as expl. above. (MF.) b2: And أَرْضٌ سَنِتَةٌ and ↓ مُسْنِتَةٌ Land that has not given growth to anything, (AHn, M, K,) in consequence of its not having been rained upon: but if containing any of the dry herbage of the preceding year, it is not termed مسنتة: it is not thus termed unless having in it nothing. (AHn, M.) [See also سَنِيتٌ.]

رَجُلٌ سَنُوتٌ A man evil in disposition. (M, L.) [See also مَسْنُوتٌ.]

عَامٌ سَنِيتٌ and ↓ مُسْنِتٌ A year of drought, or barrenness. (AHn, M, K.) [See also سَنِتٌ.]

سَنُّوتٌ, also pronounced سِنَّوْتٌ, (S, M, K,) the latter a dial. var. mentioned by Kr, (M,) and سُنُّوتٌ, a form mentioned by IAth and others, but the first is that which is commonly known, and the most chaste; (TA;) a word of which the meaning is differently explained, as follows: (M, TA:) Honey: (S, M, A, K:) i. q. رُبٌّ [i. e. rob, or inspissated juice, &c.]: (M, K:) a species of dates: fresh butter; syn. زُبْدٌ: cheese: (K:) i. q. كَمُّونٌ [i. e. cumin, or cumin-seed]; (Yaakoob, S, M, K;) so in the dial. of El-Yemen: (M:) or a certain plant resembling the كَمُّون: (IAar, M:) i. q. سِبِتٌّ [i. e. anethum graveolens, or dill, of the common garden-species; in the CK شِبِتّ]: and i. q. رَازِيَانَجٌ; (M, K;) which last is what is called in the Egyptian dial. شَمَرٌ [a name given in Egypt to the anethum graveolens, above mentioned, and to its seed; and also to the anethum fæniculum, or fennel]. (TA.) مُسْنِتٌ; and its fem., with ة: see سَنِتٌ, in three places: and see also سَنِيتٌ.

مَسْنُوتٌ One who associates with another and is angry without cause, (K, TA,) by reason of his evil disposition. (TA.) [See also سَنُوتٌ.]
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