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1 شَطَرَهُ, (A, MA, O, TA,) [aor. شَطُرَ,] inf. n. شَطْرٌ; (MA;) and ↓ شطّرهُ, (K,) inf. n. تَشْطِيرٌ; (TA;) He halved it; divided it into halves. (A, MA, O, K, TA.) b2: شَطَرَهَا, aor. شَطُرَ, (S,) inf. n. شَطْرٌ, (S, K,) He milked one شَطْر of her, (namely, a camel, or a ewe or goat, S, [i. e., in the former case one pair of teats, and in the latter case one teat,]) and left the other شَطْر. (S, K.) A2: شَطَرَتْ and شَطُرَتْ, aor. شَطُرَ, (K,) inf. n. شِطَارٌ, (TA,) She (a ewe or goat) had one of her teats dried up: or had one teat longer than the other. (K.) [شِطَارٌ seems to be also Syn. with حِضَانٌ as expl. in this Lex.: see also the latter word in Freytag's Lex.: Reiske, as cited by Freytag, explains the former word as meaning “ quando latus unum vulvæ præ altero propendet. ”] b2: شَطَرَ بَصَرُهُ, (S, K, TA, and so in the O voce سَصَرَ, q. v., [in some copies of the S and K and in a copy of the A, erroneously, بَصَرَهُ,]) aor. شَطُرَ, (S,) inf. n. شُطُورٌ (S, K) and شَطْرٌ, (TA,) He was as though he were looking at thee and at another: (S, A, K:) on the authority of Fr. (TA.) b3: شَطَرَ شَطْرَهُ He repaired, or betook himself, in the direction of him, or it: or الشَّطْرُ in the sense of الجِهَةُ and النَّاحِيَةُ has no verb belonging to it. (K.) b4: شَطَرَتِ الدَّارُ The house, or abode, was distant, or remote. (Mgh, Msb.) b5: شَطَرَ, (S, K,) aor. شَطُرَ; (K;) and شَطُرَ, aor. شَطُرَ; inf. n. شَطَارَةٌ, of both verbs, (S, K,) or this is a simple subst., (Msb,) and شُطُورٌ; (L;) [and ↓ تشاطر; (A in art. عذر;)] He was, or became, or acted, like a شَاطِر [q. v.]. (S, K.) And شَطَرَ عَلَى أَهْلِهِ, (A, Msb,) or شَطَرَ عَنْهُمْ, (S, * K,) aor. شَطُرَ, (Msb,) inf. n. شُطُورٌ and شُطُورَةٌ and شَطَارَةٌ, (K,) or this last is a simple subst., (Msb,) He withdrew far away (S, * A, K *) from his family; or broke off from them, or quitted them, in anger: (A, K:) or he disagreed with his family, and wearied them by his wickedness (Msb, TA) and baseness. (Msb.) 2 شَطَّرَ see 1, first sentence. b2: شطّر نَاقَتَهُ, (S,) or بِنَاقَتِهِ, (K,) inf. n. تَشْطِيرٌ, (S, K,) He bound two of the teats of his she-camel with the صِرَار [q. v.], (S, K,) leaving (the other) two (unbound). (K.) 3 شَاطَرْتُهُ مَالِى I halved with him my property; (S, K;) I retained half of my property and gave him the other half. (M, TA.) b2: And شَاطَرْتُ طَلِيِّى I left for my lamb, or kid, one teat [of the mother], having milked the other teat and bound it with the صِرَار [q. v.]. (S.) 6 تَشَاْطَرَ see 1, last sentence but one.

شَطْرٌ The half of a thing; (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K;) as also ↓ شَطِيرٌ: (TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أَشْطُرٌ (S, K) and [of mult.] شُطُورٌ. (K.) It is said in a prov., اُحْلُبْ حَلَبًا لَكَ شَطْرُهُ [Milk thou a milking of which half shall be for thee]. (S.) And one says شَعَرٌ شَطْرَانِ Hair [half] black and [half] white. (A.) Accord. to Ibráheem El-Harbee, (O,) the saying of the Prophet,

مَنْ مَنَعَ صَدَقَةً فَإِنَّا آخِذُوهَا وَشَطْرَ مَالِهِ [Whoso refuses to render a poor-rate, verily we take it from him, and half of his property], thus related by Bahz, is a mistake, and the right wording is, وَشُطِرَ مَالُهُ, meaning and his property shall be divided into two halves, and the collector of the poor-rate shall have the option given him and shall take that rate from out of the better of the two halves, as a punishment for the man's refusal of the rate; (O, K;) but it is said that this law was afterwards abrogated: (O:) Esh-Sháfi'ee, however, says that, in the old time, when one refused the poor-rate of his property, it was taken from him, and half of his property was taken as a punishment for his refusal; and he adduces this trad. as evidence thereof; but says that in recent times, only the poor-rate was taken from him, and this trad. was asserted to be abrogated. (TA. [More is there said on this subject, but I omit it as unprofitable.]) b2: It occurs in two trads. as meaning Half a مَكُّوك [q. v.], or half a وَسْق [q. v.], of barley. (TA.) b3: [In prosody, Half a verse.] b4: Also (tropical:) A part, or portion, or somewhat, of a thing; (Mgh, K;) and so ↓ شَطِيرٌ. (TA.) In the trad. of the night-journey, فَوَضَعَ شَطْرَهَا means (assumed tropical:) [And He remitted] part, or somewhat, thereof; (K;) i. e., of the prayer. (TA.) And similar is the saying in another trad., الطَّهُورُ شَطْرُ الإِيمَانِ (assumed tropical:) [Purification is part of faith]. (TA.) b5: Either the fore pair or the hind pair of the teats of a she-camel: she has two pairs of teats, a fore pair and a hind pair, and each pair is thus called: (S, K:) and either of the two teats of a ewe or she-goat: (IAar, TA:) pl. أَشْطُرٌ. (S, TA.) Hence the saying, (S,) فُلَانٌ حَلَبَ الدَّهْرَ أَشْطُرَهُ (tropical:) Such a one has known, or tried, varieties of fortune: (S, * TA:) has experienced the good and evil of fortune; (S, K, TA;) its straitness and its ampleness: being likened to one who has milked all the teats of a camel, that which yields plenty of milk and that which does not; the fore pair being the good; and the hind pair, the evil: or, as some say, أَشْطُر means streams, or flows, of milk: and [in like manner] one says, حَلَبَ الدَّهْرَ شَطْرَيْهِ. (TA.) And, as is said in the “ Kámil ” of Mbr, one says of a man experienced in affairs, فُلَانٌ قَدْ حَلَبَ أَشْطُرَهُ (tropical:) Such a one has endured the difficulties and [enjoyed] the ampleness of fortune, and managed his affairs in poverty and in wealth: lit., has milked his pairs of teats, one pair after another. (TA.) b6: Also A direction in which one looks or goes or the like. (S, A, Msb, K.) One says, قَصَدَ شَطْرَهُ He went in his, or its, direction; towards him, or it. (S, A.) And it is said in the Kur [ii. 139 and 144 and 145], فَوَلِّ وَجْهَكَ شَطْرَ الْمَسْجِدِ الْحَرَامِ Then turn thou thy face in the direction of the Sacred Mosque. (Fr, S.) The noun in this sense has no verb belonging to it: or one says, شَطَرَ شَطْرَهُ [expl. above: see 1]. (K.) b7: Also Distance, or remoteness. (TA.) شُطُرٌ: see شَطِيرٌ [of which it is both a syn. and a pl.].

وَلَدُ فُلَانٍ شِطْرَةٌ The offspring of such a one are half males and half females. (S, A, K. [In the Ham p. 478, it is written شَطْرة.]) شَطْرَانُ, (S, A, K,) fem. شَطْرَى, (K,) A bowl, (S, K,) or vessel, (A, K,) half full. (S, A, K.) شَطُورٌ A ewe, or she-goat, having one teat longer than the other; (S, O, K;) like حَضُونٌ in this sense [and perhaps in others also, agreeably with what is said of شِطَارٌ in the first paragraph of this art.]: (S in art. حَضن:) and (so in the S and O, but in the K “ or ”) one having one of her teats dried up: (S, O, K:) and a she-camel having two of her teats dried up; for she has four teats. (S, O.) And A garment, or piece of cloth, having one of the two extremities of its breadth longer than the other. (O, K.) b2: See also the next paragraph.

شَطِيرٌ: see شَطْرٌ, in two places.

A2: Also Distant, or remote; (As, S, A, Mgh, Msb, K;) applied to a town, or country, (As, S,) an abode, (A, Mgh, Msb,) and a tribe. (A.) And so ↓ شُطُرٌ in the phrase نَوًى شُطُرٌ [A distant tract, or region, towards which one journeys]: (S, K:) so too ↓ شَطُورٌ in the phrase نِيَّةٌ شَطُورٌ [which may mean as above, (like نِيَّةٌ شَطُونٌ,) or a remote, or farreaching, intention, or aim, or purpose]. (TA.) b2: Also A stranger; (S, O, Msb, K;) because of his remoteness from his people; (TA;) as in a verse cited voce إِذًا: (S, O:) or one who is alone, or solitary: (A:) pl. شُطُرٌ. (TA.) شَاطِرٌ [One who withdraws far away from his family; or breaks off from them, or quits them, in anger: (see 1, last sentence:) or] one who disagrees with his family, (Msb,) and who wearies them by his wickedness (S, Msb, K) and baseness (Msb) and guile: (TA:) i. q. خَلِيعٌ [meaning as above, and having other similar meanings; generally vitious, or immoral; bad, evil, wicked, or mischievous]: (A:) accord. to some, it is post-classical: Aboo-Is-hák says that it signifies one who takes a wrong course: it is also expl. as signifying one who outstrips; like the [messenger called] بَرِيد, who takes a long journey in a short space of time: and hence, [as a conventional term of the mystics,] it is applied to one who outstrips, and is quick, in attaining nearness to God: or as meaning one who has wearied his family, and withdrawn far from them [n spirit], though with them [bodily], because of their inviting him to carnal lusts, and accustomed ways [of the world]: (TA:) [in the present day, it is applied to a sharper, or clever thief: and to any clever, or cunning, person:] pl. شُطَّارٌ. (TA.) مَشْطُورٌ [Halved. b2: And hence,] A verse of the metre termed الرَّجَز, (O, K,) and of that termed السَّرِيع, (TA,) having three of its six feet wanting; (O, K;) properly, having half thereof taken away. (O.) A2: Also Bread done over with [the seasoning, or condiment, called] كَامَخ. (O, K.) هُمْ مُشَاطِرُونَا They are persons whose houses adjoin ours. (O, K.).
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