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

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1 سَافَهُ, (S, M, O, K,) first pers. سِفْتُهُ, (S, O, Msb, K, [in the CK, erroneously, سُفْتُهُ,]) aor. يَسِيفُ, (S, O, Msb, K,) inf. n. سَيْفٌ, (M,) He struck him, or smote him, with the سَيْف [or sword]; (S, M, O, Msb, K;) as also ↓ تسيّفهُ. (TA.) b2: See also 3.

A2: سَيِفَ, inf. n. سَيَفٌ; and ↓ انساف; [app., as seems to be indicated by the context, said of palm-trees (نَخْلٌ) or of palmbranches (سَعَفٌ), as meaning They had upon them what is termed سِيف, q. v.:] (M, TA: *) and سَيِفَت and ↓ انسافت are said of a palm-tree (نَخْلَةٌ) [app. as meaning it had سِيف upon it]. (TA.) 3 مُسَايَفَةٌ signifies The contending with another in fight, or in smiting, with the sword. (S, Mgh.) ↓ سَايَفَنِى فَسِفْتُهُ, a phrase mentioned, without his adding anything thereto, by Lh, app. means[He contended with me in smiting with the sword, and] I was more skilled in the use of the sword (كُنْتُ أَسْيَفَ) than he. (M.) b2: See also 6.4 اساف القَوْمُ The people, or party, came to the سِيف [or sea-shore]. (AAF, M.) A2: اساف الخَرْزَ (S, K) i. q. خَرَمَهُ (S, TA) [expl. in art. سوف] is said to belong to the present art., in which it is mentioned by IF as well as J. (TA.) 5 تَسَيَّفَ see 1.

A2: [Accord. to Freytag, تَسَيَّفَ signifies He was slain with the sword: but he mentions no authority for this. Perhaps the pass. form of this verb may have this meaning.]6 تسايفوا They contended, one with another, in smiting with swords; (S, M, K;) as also ↓ سايفوا; (K;) and so ↓ استافوا, (M, K,) as expl. by the lexicologists; but this last properly signifies they took, or took hold of, the swords. (IJ, M.) 7 إِنْسَيَفَ see 1, in two places.8 اِسْتِياَفٌ signifies The act of [putting to the sword,] destroying, or killing. (KL.) One says, اُسْتِيفَ القَوْمُ [app. meaning The people, or party, were put to the sword]: (K:) a phrase mentioned by Lth. (TA.) b2: See also 6.

سَيْفٌ A sword; (MA, PS, &c.;) a certain thing with which one smites; (M;) well known: its names exceed a thousand: (K: in which it is added that its author has mentioned these names in [his book entitled] الرَّوْضُ المَسْلُوفُ:) [for the names of particular parts thereof, see ذُبَابٌ:] pl. [of pauc.] أَسْيَافٌ (S, M, O, Msb, K) and أَسْيُفٌ (Lh, M, O, K) and [of mult.] سُيُوفٌ (S, M, O, Msb, K) and [quasi-pl. n.] ↓ مَسْيَفَةٌ, like مَشْيَخَةٌ, (O, K, TA,) or مَسِيفَةٌ, like مَشِيخَةٌ. (CK.) [Hence,] سَيْفُ الجَبَّارِ (assumed tropical:) [The sword of Orion;] the three stars η, θ, κ, beneath the girdle] of الجبّار, in a sloping direction, near together, disposed in a row. (Kzw.) b2: (assumed tropical:) A certain fish, (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K,) resembling a سَيْف [or sword]; (Ibn-'Abbád, O;) as also ↓ سِيفٌ. (K.) b3: (assumed tropical:) The سَبِيب, (M,) [i. e.] the hair of the tail, (K,) of a horse. (M, K.) b4: سَيْفُ الغُرَابِ (assumed tropical:) i. q. الدَّلَبُوثُ; (K) A certain plant, the stem (أَصْل) and leaves of which are exactly like those of the saffron, and the bulb of which is enclosed in a covering of [fibres of the kind called] لِيف; (AHn;) so called because its leaves are slender at the extremity like the سَيْف [or sword]. (AHn, K.) b5: هُمْ أَسْيَافٌ [lit. They are swords] means أَحْزَابٌ [i. e. (assumed tropical:) they are bodies, or parties, of men prepared, or ready, for fighting, &c.]. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) b6: and one says, بَيْنَ فَكَّيْهِ سَيْفٌ صَارِمٌ (tropical:) [Between his two jaws is a sharp tongue; lit., a cleaving sword]. (TA.) سِيفٌ The shore (سَاحِل) of the sea or of a great river: (S, M, O, Mgh, Msb, K:) and the side (سَاحِل) of a valley: or [the margin of the shore of a sea or of a great river; for it is added,] every سَاحِل has a سِيف: or السِّيفُ is applied only to the سِيف [or sea-shore, or seaboard,] of 'Omán: (K:) [if otherwise applied,] its pl. is أَسْيَافٌ. (S, M.) One says, هُمْ أَهْلُ أَسْيَاف ٍ وَأَرْيَاف ٍ [They are people of the shores of the sea or of a great river, and of the tracts of towns, or villages, and cultivated lands]. (TA.) A2: Also A thing that adheres to the lower parts, or roots, of palm-branches, like [the fibres called] لِيف, but not the same as لِيف: (S: in which is added, “this I have taken from a book, without having heard it: ”) or the [fibrous substance called] لِيف, (K,) or the thick, or coarse, لِيف, (M,) adhering to the lower parts, or roots, of palm-branches, which is the worst sort thereof, [i. e. of ليف,] (M, K,) and the harshest, and coarsest. (M.) [See شِيفٌ.]

A3: See also سَيْفٌ.

سِيفَةٌ: see art. سوف.

سَيْفَانٌ, applied to a man, Tall and slender, (Ks, S, M, O, K,) like the سَيْف [or sword], (M,) lank in the belly: (Ks, S, O:) and with ة applied to a woman, (Ks, S, M, O, K,) meaning tall; resembling a sword-blade: (O:) or it is peculiar to women; (K;) [i. e.] accord. to Kh, one does not apply to a man the epithet سَيْفَانٌ. (O.) سَيَّافٌ An owner, or a possessor, of a سَيْف [or sword]; (S, M, O, K;) as also ↓ مُسِيفٌ: (M:) pl. [or rather coll. gen. n.] of the former سَيَّافَةٌ: (S, M, O, K:) or this last signifies a people, or party, whose حُصُون [or fortresses] are their سُيُوف [or sword; i. e. whose only means of defence are their swords]. (Lth, O, K. *) b2: Also (tropical:) A man who is a frequent shedder of blood; or who sheds much blood. (TA.) [An executioner who slays with the sword.] b3: And A maker of سُيُوف [or swords]. (TA.) [And A seller of swords.]

سَائِفٌ Striking, or smiting, with the سَيْف [or sword]. (S.) b2: And A man having a سَيْف [or sword]: (S, O, K:) or having with him a سَيْف. (Msb.) أَسْيَفُ [More, and most, skilled in the use of the sword]: see 3.

مُسِيفٌ One having upon him a سَيْف [or sword]; (S, O, K;) having hung upon himself a سَيْف: (Ks:) and (K) accord. to Ibn-'Abbád, a courageous man having with him a سَيْف. (O, K.) b2: See also سَيَّافٌ.

A2: And see art. سوف.

مَسْيَفَةٌ, or مَسِيفَةٌ: see سَيْفٌ.

مُسَيَّفٌ, applied to a [garment of the kind called]

بُرْد, Having upon it what resemble the forms of سُيُوف [or swords]: (M, TA:) and, so applied, having broad stripes, like the سَيْف [or sword]. (TA.) b2: And applied to a dirhem, of which the sides are plain, or clear of any impress or the like. (IAar, O, K.) مِسْيَافٌ A wind (رِيحٌ) that cuts like the سَيْف [or sword]. (M.) A2: See also art. سوف.
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