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85050. شَثَنَ 1 85051. شَثُِنَتْ1 85052. شثنت1 85053. شثو1 85054. شجَ1 85055. شج385056. شَجَّ1 85057. شَجَّ 1 85058. شجا4 85059. شَجَا1 85060. شِجَاب1 85061. شَجَّاب1 85062. شِجَار2 85063. شَجَّار1 85064. شُجَاع1 85065. شجاعة3 85066. شجاه1 85067. شَجاهُ1 85068. شَجَّاية1 85069. شجب16 85070. شَجَبَ3 85071. شَجَبَ 1 85072. شجج10 85073. شَجَجَ1 85074. شَجَجْتُ1 85075. شجح2 85076. شجذ5 85077. شَجَذَ 1 85078. شجَر1 85079. شَجَرَ1 85080. شَجَر1 85081. شجر19 85082. شَجَرَ 1 85083. شَجْرَاتِيّ1 85084. شجراني1 85085. شجرة1 85086. شَجَرة1 85087. شَجَرة الدر1 85088. شجرد1 85089. شجرف1 85090. شَجَرِيّ1 85091. شَجْرِيّ1 85092. شجع16 85093. شَجَعَ1 85094. شَجَعَ 1 85095. شَجْعاء1 85096. شجعم3 85097. شجغ2 85098. شجل1 85099. شجم3 85100. شُجُم1 85101. شَجَم1 85102. شَجَنَ1 85103. شجن15 85104. شَجَنَ 1 85105. شِجْنَة1 85106. شجنت1 85107. شجه1 85108. شجو9 85109. شَجْوَة1 85110. شَجْوَى 1 85111. شجى1 85112. شَجِيّ1 85113. شجي3 85114. شَجِيْبَان1 85115. شُجَيْبَان1 85116. شجير1 85117. شَجِير1 85118. شُجَيْعَة1 85119. شَجِيعة1 85120. شُحّ1 85121. شح5 85122. شَحَّ الماءُ1 85123. شَحَّ 1 85124. شحا4 85125. شَحا1 85126. شَحَا1 85127. شَحَّات2 85128. شِحَاتَّة1 85129. شَحَاتيت1 85130. شِحَاح1 85131. شِحَادة1 85132. شِحَاذة1 85133. شَحَّاطة1 85134. شحاف1 85135. شَحَّاف1 85136. شحان1 85137. شَحَّان1 85138. شحَّب1 85139. شحب10 85140. شَحُبَ1 85141. شَحِبَ1 85142. شَحَبَ2 85143. شَحَبَ 1 85144. شَحْبِيّ1 85145. شحت4 85146. شَحَتَ1 85147. شِحْتة1 85148. شحتل1 85149. شحتِل1 Prev. 100


(شج) شججا تبين أثر الشَّجَّة فِي جَبينه فَهُوَ أشج وَهِي شجاء (ج) شج
الشَّجّ: كَسْرُ الرَّأْس. وبَيْنَهم شِجَاجٌ. ويُقال: شَجَّه يَشُجُّه ويَشِجُّه. والشَّجَجُ: أثَرُ شَجَّةٍ في الجَبِين، والنَّعْتُ أشَجُّ. وشَجَجْتُ المَفَازَةَ: قَطَعْتها، والشَّرَابَ بالمِزَاج. والشَّجِيْجُ: المَشْجُوْجُ. وفي المَثَل قَوْلُهم: " يَشُجُّ مَرَّةً ويَأْسُو أُخْرى ". ويُسَمّى الوتِدُ: شَجِيْجاً. وشَجَّجَ الانسانُ: أي صَمَّمَ تَشْجِيْجاً.


1 شَجَّهُ, aor. شَجُّ and شَجِّ, (S, Msb, K,) the former reg., (Msb,) [the latter irreg.,] inf. n. شَجٌّ, (S, Msb,) He broke it, [so as to cleave its skin or its flesh,] namely, another's head: (S, * K, TA:) or he clave his skin of the face or of the head; or he clave its skin, i. e. the skin of the face or of the head: (Msb:) originally he struck it, namely, the head, so as to wound it and cleave it [in the skin or flesh thereof]; and then used in relation to other members: (TA:) or شَجَّهُ فِى رَأْسِهِ and فِى وَجْهِهِ [he wounded him so as to cleave the skin or the flesh in his head and in his face]. (A.) Accord. to some, [contr. to the authority of the A,] it is from شَجَّتِ السَّفِينَةُ البّحْرَ [expl. below]. (Msb.) b2: [Hence,] it is said in a prov., فُلَانٌ يَشُجُّ بِيَدٍ وَيَأْسُو بِأُخْرَى [Such a one breaks a head with one hand and cures with another]; meaning (assumed tropical:) such a one corrupts, or mars, one time, and rectifies, or repairs, another time. (TA.) and زَيْدٌ يَشُجُّ مَرَّةً وَيَأْسُو مَرَّةً (tropical:) Zeyd does, or says, wrong one time, and right one time. (A, TA.) b3: And شَجَّتِ السَّفِينَةُ البَحْرَ (tropical:) The ship clave the sea: (S, A, L, Msb:) and [in like manner] شَجَّ البَحْرَ (tropical:) he clave the sea; (K, TA;) said of a swimmer. (TA.) And شَجَّ المَفَازَةَ (tropical:) He traversed the desert. (S, A, K.) And شَجَّ الأَرْضَ بِرَاحِلَتِهِ (assumed tropical:) He traversed the land, with his camel that he rode, at a vehement rate. (TA.) b4: And شَجَّ الشَّرَابَ, (K, TA,) or شَجَّ الخَمْرَ بِالمَآء, aor. شَجُّ and شَجِّ, inf. n. شَجٌّ, [as above,] (TA,) (tropical:) He mixed the beverage, or the wine, (K, TA,) with water. (TA.) Hence, فَكَانَ يَشُِجُّ عَلَىَّ مِسْكًا, occurring in a trad., means (tropical:) And it was as though it mixed with her odour of musk the breath of wind that reached my organ of smell. (TA.) 2 تَشْجِيجٌ [The breaking of another's head much, so as to cleave the skin or the flesh: or the breaking of heads so as to cleave the skin or the flesh. b2: And hence, perhaps,] (assumed tropical:) The acting with penetrative energy, vigour, or effectiveness; syn. تَصْمِيمٌ. (O, K.) 3 بَيْنَهُمْ شِجَاجٌ (A, O, K) and ↓ تَشَاجٌّ (A, TA) Between them is a mutual breaking of heads. (A, O, K, TA. [In the CK, شَجَاجٌ is erroneously put for شِجَاجٌ.]) 6 تَشَاْجَّ see what next precedes.

شَجَّةٌ A single act of breaking of one's head [so as to cleave its skin or its flesh]. (TA.) b2: and A wound by which the head is broken (S, * A, * L, Msb) so as to cleave its skin or its flesh: (L:) and [such] a wound in the face: (A, * Msb:) pl. شِجَاجٌ (S, A, L, Msb) and شَجَّاتٌ. (Msb.) What are termed شِجَاج are of ten different kinds, (A, L,) distinguished by the following epithets: [1]

حَارِصَةٌ, which peels off the [external] skin, but does not bring blood: [2] دَامِيَةٌ, which brings blood: [3] بَاضِعَةٌ, [which cleaves the flesh slightly, and brings blood, but does not make it to flow: (but in art. دمغ, voce دَامِغَةٌ, q. v., what are here mentioned as the second and third are transposed:) 4, مُتَلَاحِمَةٌ,] which cleaves the flesh much: [5]

سِمْحَاقٌ, which leaves between it and the bone only a thin skin: these are five شجاج for which there is no retaliation nor any determinate mulct, but respecting which a judge must give his sentence: [6] مُوضِحَةٌ, which reaches to the bone, and for which the mulct is five camels: [7] هَاشِمَةٌ, which breaks the bone, and for which the mulct is ten camels: [8] مُنَقِّلَةٌ, from which bone is removed, from one place to another, and for which the mulct is fifteen camels: [9] مَأْمُومَةٌ, also called آمَّةٌ, which leaves between it and the brain only a thin skin, and for which the mulct is one third of the whole price of blood: [10] دَامِغَةٌ, which reaches the brain, and for which the mulct is also one third of the whole price of blood. (L.) The شَجَّة of 'Abd-El-Hameed, [who was the goodliest man of his age,] the son of 'Abd-Allah the son of 'Omar the son of El-Khattáb, was the subject of a prov. on account of its beauty [and is said to have increased his goodliness]. (MF.) شَجَجٌ The mark, or scar, of a wound by which the forehead has been broken. (S, * A, K, * TA.) شَجَجَى The عَقْعَق [or magpie]; (K, TA; omitted in the CK;) [and] so ↓ شَجَوْجًى. (K and TA in art. شجو.) شَجِيجٌ and ↓ مَشْجُوجٌ A head broken [so that its skin or its flesh is cloven]: or a man having his head [so] broken: (S, TA:) pl. [of the former]

شَجَّى: you say قَوْمٌ شَجَّى. (AZ, TA.) b2: Each is also applied as an epithet to a wooden peg or stake [as meaning (assumed tropical:) Having its head broken, or mangled, by blows]: and so is ↓ مُشَجَّجٌ, but in an intensive sense. (S, L.) b3: And both the first and ↓ last signify (tropical:) A wooden peg or stake; (A, TA;) each as an epithet in which the quality of a subst. predominates: because its head is separated, or uncompacted, in its component parts [or fibres by its being battered]. (TA.) One says, مَا بِالدَّارِ شَجِيجٌ and ↓ مُشَجَّجٌ (tropical:) There is not in the house [even] a wooden peg or stake. (A, TA.) شَجَوْجًى: see شَجَجَى.

سَابِحٌ شَجَّاجٌ (tropical:) A swimmer that cleaves the water vehemently. (TA.) أَشَجُّ A man having a mark, or scar, of a wound by which his forehead has been broken. (S, A, K.) مُشَجَّجٌ: see شَجِيجٌ, in three places.

مَشْجُوجٌ: see شَجِيجٌ.
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