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

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1 شَسَعَ النَّعْلَ, (S, O, Msb, K,) aor. شَسَعَ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. شَسْعٌ, (O, K,) He put a شِسْع [q. v.] to the sandal; (S, * Msb, * K;) as also ↓ شَسَّعَهَا, and ↓ أَشْسَعَهَا. (S, O, K.) A2: شَسِعَتِ النَّعْلُ, aor. شَسَعَ, The sandal had its شِسْع broken. (Ibn-Buzurj, O, K.) b2: شَسِعَ الفَرَسُ, aor. as above, inf. n. شَسَعٌ, The horse had a gap, or space, between his central incisor and the tooth next to it. (Aboo-Málik, IDrd, O, K. *) A3: شَسَعَ, aor. as above, inf. n. شَسْعٌ and شُسُوعٌ, It was, or became, distant, or remote; said of a place of alighting, or abode. (K.) And, said of anything, i. q. تَنَآءَى [It was or became, far from another thing]: and شَخَصَ [it rose, &c.]. (TA.) b2: شَسَعَ He put, or sent, or removed, him, or it, away, or far away; as also ↓ اشسعهُ. (TA.) 2 شَسَّعَ see the preceding paragraph.4 أَشْسَعَ see 1, first and last sentences.

شِسْعٌ (S, O, Msb, K, &c.) and شِسِعٌ (K) and ↓ شِسْعَنٌّ, so in some of the copies of the K, (TA,) [thus in my MS. copy of the K, and also in the O,] with an augmentative ن, (O, TA,) The قِبَال of the sandal; (K;) [i. e.] the appertenance of the sandal that is attacked, or tied, to its زِمَام; (S;) [meaning] one of the thongs, or straps, or strips of leather, of the sandal, being that which passes between two toes, of which the [lower] end enters the hole, or perforation, that is in the fore part of the sandal, and which is attacked [at its upper end] to the زِمَام [or, as it is also called, the شِرَاك, a thong, or strap, or strip of leather, extending towards the ankle, and having two arms, (its عَضُدَانِ,) which are attacked to the أُذُنَانِ (q. v.), or pass through these and unite behind the foot]: (IAth, TA:) a poet says, referring to camels, ↓ أَحْدُو بِهَا مُنْقَطِعًا شِسْعَنِّى

[I urge them on by singing to them, with the interdigital thong of my sandal broken]: (Lth, O, TA:) the pl. of شِسْعٌ is شُسُوعٌ (S, O, Msb, K, TA) and أَشْسَاعٌ: (O, K, TA:) ISd and Z affirm that it has only the former pl.; but AHei contradicts this: (TA:) the latter pl. [a pl. of pauc.] occurs in the saying of 'Obeyd Ibn-Eiyoob El-'Amberee, يُدِيرُ نَعْلَيْهِ لِئَلَّا تُعْرَفَا يَجْعَلُ أَشْسَاعَهُمَا نَحْوَ القَفَا [He turns round his sandals, in order that they may not be known by their prints upon the ground; putting the interdigital thongs thereof in the direction of the back of the neck]. (O, TA.) b2: [Hence,] قِبَالُ الشِّسْعِ signifies (assumed tropical:) The serpent; mentioned by IAar with قِبَالُ الشِّبْرِ. (TA.) b3: And شِسْعٌ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The extremity of a place. (O, K.) One says, حَلَلْنَا شِسْعَ الدَّهْنَآءِ (assumed tropical:) [We alighted in the extremity of the sandy desert, or of the desert called Ed-Dahnà]. (O.) b4: And (assumed tropical:) A narrow tract of land. (O, K.) b5: And (tropical:) Somewhat remaining of property or cattle. (IAar, O, K, TA.) And (K) (tropical:) A small quantity or number of property or cattle. (Mohárib, O, K, TA.) One says, لَهُ شِسْعُ مَالٍ (tropical:) He has a small quantity of property, or a small number of cattle; (Mohárib, O, K, TA;) or a small collection of camels and of sheep or goats: (K, TA:) and Fr adds مَالٍ ↓ شَسِيعُ [app. in the same sense: but see another explanation of شِسْعُ مَالٍ in what follows]. (O.) b6: And (tropical:) The greater portion or number of property or cattle. (El-Mufaddal, O, K, TA.) Thus it has two contr. [?] significations. (K.) One says, ذَهَبَ شِسْعُ مَالِهِ (tropical:) The greater portion of his property, or the greater number of his cattle, went, or passed, away. (El-Mufaddal, O, TA.) b7: And فُلَانٌ شِسْعُ مَالٍ (tropical:) Such a one is a good manager of cattle or camels &c.; (S, O, K, TA;) one who keeps assiduously to the tending, or pasturing, thereof: (A, TA:) and Fr says, هُوَ مَالٍ ↓ شَسِيعُ, as syn. with شِسْعُ مَالٍ. (TA: [but see above.]) شِسْعَنٌّ: see شِسْعٌ, in two places.

شَسُوعٌ: see شَاسِعٌ.

شَسِيعُ مَالٍ: see شِسْعٌ, in two places.

شَاسِعٌ A man having his شِسْع broken. (O, K.) b2: Also Distant, or remote; and so ↓ شَسُوعٌ: (S, O, K:) both applied to a place of alighting, or abode: (O, K:) pl. [of either, irreg.,] شُسْعٌ. (K.) One says بِلَادٌ شَاسِعَةٌ [Distant countries or towns]. (Msb.) And رَجُلٌ شَاسِعُ الدَّارِ A man whose house, or abode, or country, is distant. (TA.) And شَفَرٌ شَاسِعٌ A far journey. (TA.)
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