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2226. شفق15 2227. شفه14 2228. شفو7 2229. شق4 2230. شقأ7 2231. شقح122232. شقذ7 2233. شقر15 2234. شقرق6 2235. شقص14 2236. شقو6 2237. شقى2 2238. شك3 2239. شكد6 2240. شكر18 2241. شكس17 2242. شكل23 2243. شكم14 2244. شل6 2245. شلجم5 2246. شلم10 2247. شلو10 2248. شلياق2 2249. شم8 2250. شمت16 2251. شمخ15 2252. شمر14 2253. شمرخ11 2254. شمردل6 2255. شمرذل2 2256. شمز14 2257. شمس19 2258. شمط15 2259. شمع13 2260. شمعل6 2261. شمل16 2262. شن6 2263. شنأ16 2264. شنب14 2265. شنبث2 2266. شنبر5 2267. شنج13 2268. شنر12 2269. شنز7 2270. شنع16 2271. شنف15 2272. شنق19 2273. شنو3 2274. شهب18 2275. شهد16 2276. شهدانج2 2277. شهر16 2278. شهق17 2279. شهل15 2280. شهم13 2281. شهنز3 2282. شهو9 2283. شوأ4 2284. شوب16 2285. شوذ10 2286. شور20 2287. شوس14 2288. شوش8 2289. شوص13 2290. شوط15 2291. شوظ14 2292. شوف15 2293. شوق14 2294. شوك17 2295. شول15 2296. شوه18 2297. شوى12 2298. شى1 2299. شيأ12 2300. شيب16 2301. شيح12 2302. شيخ16 2303. شيد16 2304. شير6 2305. شيز12 2306. شيش6 2307. شيص12 2308. شيط16 2309. شيع17 2310. شيف5 2311. شيق7 2312. شيل4 2313. شيم15 2314. شين10 2315. شيه5 2316. ص5 2317. صأب9 2318. صأك6 2319. صأى3 2320. صب4 2321. صبأ12 2322. صبح19 2323. صبر20 2324. صبع14 2325. صبغ18 Prev. 100




1 شَقَحَ النَّخْلُ, and ↓ شقّح, The palm-trees were, or became, goodly with their fruit. (TA.) [See also 4.]

A2: شَقَحَ اللّٰهُ فُلَانًا, [inf. n. شَقْحٌ,] accord. to AZ, is syn. with قَبَحَهُ اللّٰهُ [i. e. God removed such a one far from good, or prosperity, &c.; or may God remove &c.]: (TA:) [or, as may be inferred from what follows, the former of these verbs is used by some as an imitative sequent to the latter of them:] and accord. to Sb, (TA,) شَقُحَ, (K, TA,) inf. n. [شُقْحٌ and] شَقَاحَةٌ, (TA,) is syn. with قَبُحَ [i. e. He, or it, was, or became, bad or evil, foul or ugly, &c.]: (K, TA:) [but in this case also it seems that the former of these verbs may be used by some as an imitative sequent to the latter of them: for] one says, قَبْحًا لَهُ وَشَقْحًا [May removal far from good, or prosperity, &c., betide him], (S, O, K,) in which شَقْحًا is an imitative sequent to قَبْحًا, or syn. therewith; (S, K;) and [in like manner] قُبْحًا لَهُ وَشُقْحًا; (O, K;) and, of a man, قَبُح وَشَقُحَ, inf. n. of the latter as above and in like manner of the former; (S;) and جَآءَ بِالقَبَاحَةِ وَالشَّقَاحَةِ [He did, or said, what was bad or evil, &c.]: (K:) and ↓ هُوَ قَبِيحٌ شَقِيحٌ [He is bad or evil, foul or ugly, &c.]: (S, * O, K: *) and ↓ قَعَدَ مَقْبُوحًا مَشْقُوحًا [He sat, or remained, far removed from good, or prosperity, &c.]: in like manner: (K:) but Sb intimates that ↓ شَقيِحٌ is not an imitative sequent, by his stating that the Arabs say شَقِيحٌ وَذَمِيمٌ [Bad, or evil, &c., and blamed, &c.; or, more probably, شَقِيحٌ وَدَمِيمٌ, meaning foul and ugly]: (L, TA:) and [it is said that] ↓ شَقِيحٌ signifies Recovering (نَاقِهٌ [for which Freytag appears to have read نَاقَة]) from disease; (O, K, TA;) and hence one says, فُلَانٌ قَبِيحٌ شَقِيحٌ [as though meaning Such a one is unsightly, being just recovering from disease]: (TA:) and accord. to AZ, ↓ مَشْقَوحٌ is [not an imitative sequent, but] syn. with مَقْبُوحٌ: (L, TA:) in the phrase abovementioned, مَشْقُوحًا is said in the 'Ináyeh to mean broken: or far removed: (TA:) or it means reviled. (O.) A3: [As indicated above,] شَحَقَهُ, aor. شَقَحَ, (Lh, O, K,) inf. n. شَقْحٌ, (Lh, O,) also signifies He broke it. (Lh, O, K.) One says, لَأَشْقَحَنَّكَ شَقْحَ الجَوْزَةِ بِالجَنْدَلِ, i. e. I will assuredly break [or crush] thee [as in the breaking of the walnut] with stones: (O, TA: *) or I will assuredly extract all that thou hast [as in the extracting of the contents of the walnut by means of stones]: for شَقَحَ الجَوْزَةَ, inf. n. as above, means He extracted what was in the walnut. (TA.) 2 شَقَّحَ see 1, first sentence: and see also 4, in three places.3 شاقحهُ He reviled him; or contended with him in reviling; (K, TA;) and contended with him in annoyance. (O, TA.) 4 اشقح النَّخْلُ; (S, A, Mgh, O, K;) as also ↓ شقّح, (S, * A, Mgh, O,) inf. n. تَشْقِيحٌ; (S;) i. q. أَزْهَى [meaning The palm-trees showed redness, or yellowness, in their fruit]: (S, A, O, K:) or their dates became altered from greenness to yellowness: (Mgh:) the former is said by As to be of the dial. of El-Hijáz: and ↓ the latter verb is also said of the [kind of tree called] أَرَاك, meaning it became coloured in its fruit. (TA.) And اشقح التَّمْرُ, (O,) or البُسْرُ, (K,) inf. n. إِشْقَاحٌ; (TA;) and ↓ شقّح, (O, K,) inf. n. as above; (TA;) The dates, or the unripe dates, became coloured, (O, K,) red, or yellow: (O, TA:) or, as some say, became sweet. (TA.) The Prophet forbade the selling of dates before their becoming in this state. (S, * A, * O, TA.) A2: اشقحهُ He removed him far away. (O, K. *) A3: أَقْبِحْ بِهِ وَأَشْقِحْ [app. How foul, or ugly, or the like, is he! as seems to be shown by what here follows]: IDrd cites, أَقْبِحْ بِهِ مِنْ وَلَدٍ وَأَشْقِحْ مِثْلُ جُرَىِّ الكَلْبِ لَا بَلْ أَقْبَحْ [How foul is he, as offspring, and how ugly! like the little whelp of the dog; nay, rather, more foul!]. (O.) شُقْحٌ [and inf. n. of شَقُحَ, q. v. b2: And,] accord. to AZ, i. q. شُحٌّ [i. e. Niggardliness, &c.; or the being niggardly, &c.: see 1 in art. شح]. (TA.) شَقْحَةٌ: see what next follows.

شُقْحَةٌ and ↓ شَقْحَةٌ An unripe date altering in redness, (K,) or altered to redness. (As, TA.) b2: And the former signifies The [ruddy] colour termed شُقْرَة. (O, K.) حُلَّةٌ شُقَحِيَّةٌ A red [dress, or garment, such as is termed] حُلَّة: (K:) the latter word being a rel. n. from شُقْحَةٌ meaning “ an unripe date altering to redness. ” (TA.) شَقِيحٌ: see 1, in three places.

أَشْقَحُ Red; (TA;) or [of a ruddy colour;] i. q. أَشْقَرُ: (O, K, TA:) so says AHát. (TA.) b2: [Hence,] رَغْوَةٌ شَقْحَآءُ [Forth, app. of milk,] that is not of a pure white hue, (O, K, TA,) but coloured. (TA.) مَشْقُوحٌ: see 1, in two places.
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