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

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2227. شفه14 2228. شفو7 2229. شق4 2230. شقأ7 2231. شقح12 2232. شقذ72233. 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 2326. صبن11 Prev. 100




1 شَقِذَ, aor. شَقَذَ, (S, M, L, K,) inf. n. شَقَذٌ, (S, M, L,) He scarcely ever, or never, slept, and had a malignant eye, affecting, or hurting, others, therewith: (S, M, L, K: *) or he had a strong, or powerful, eye, quickly affecting or hurting [others therewith]. (M, L, K.) b2: And شَقِذَ, (S, M, L, K,) aor. شَقَذَ; (K;) and شَقَذَ, aor. شَقِذَ; (L, K;) He went away, (S, M, L, K,) and went far off, (S, L,) being driven away. (S, L, K.) 3 شاقذهُ, (S, L,) inf. n. مُشَاقَذَةٌ, (K,) He regarded him, or treated him, with enmity, or hostility. (S L, K.) 4 اشقذهُ, (inf. n. إِشْقَاذٌ, L,) He drove him away. (S, M, L, K.) شَقْذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in three places.

شُفْذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in four places: b2: and see also شَقَذٌ.

شِقْذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in three places.

شَقَذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ. b2: مَا بِهِ شَقَذٌ وَلَا نَقَذٌ There is not in him any motion. (IAar, S, L.) b3: And, (L, K, in the CK ما به شَقْذٌ ولا نَقْذٌ,) as also ما ولا نُقْذُ ↓ به شُقْذٌ, (K,) There is not in it (namely, a commodity, or household furniture, L) any fault, or defect: and there is not in it (namely, language, or speech, L) any defect, imperfection, or unsoundness. (L, K. *) b4: And مَا لَهُ شَقَذٌ وَلَا نَقَذٌ He possesses not anything. (L, K.) b5: and مَا دُونَهُ شَقَذٌ وَلَا نَقَذٌ There is not anything to be feared, nor anything to be disliked, in the way to the attainment thereof. (Meyd, TA.) شَقِذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in six places.

شُقَذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in two places.

شِقَذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in the latter half.

شِقْذَةٌ and شَقِذَةٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, near the end; the latter, in two places.

شَقَذَى: see what next follows.

عُقَابٌ شَقْذَآءُ An eagle vehemently hungry, (S, M, L, K,) and eager in seeking food; (M, L;) as also ↓ شَقَذَى. (K.) A poet likens a horse thereto. (M, L.) شِقْذَانٌ, as a sing. n.: see شَقَذَانٌ (of which it is also a pl.), in two places, near the end.

شَقَذَانٌ One who scarcely ever, or never, sleeps; (S, M, L, K;) as also ↓ شَقِذٌ; (S, M, K;) and who has a malignant eye, (S, M,) affecting, or hurting, others therewith; as also ↓ شَقِذٌ (S, M, K, in the TA شَقْذٌ,) and ↓ شَقِيذٌ: (M:) or who has a strong, or powerful, eye, quickly affecting or hurting [others therewith]; (M, L, K;) as also ↓ شَقِذٌ and ↓ شَقِيذٌ: (M:) and العَيْنِ ↓ شَقِذُ one who scarcely ever, or never, sleeps; whom drowsiness does not overcome. (T, L.) b2: Also Driven away, and remote; and so ↓ شَقِذٌ. (L.) b3: and شَقَذَانَةٌ A light-spirited woman: (Th, M, L:) foul, or obscene, in her speech; clamorous, and foul-tongued. (T, L.) A2: Also The male chameleon; (M, L, K;) and so ↓ شَقِذٌ and ↓ شِقْذٌ and ↓ شُقْذٌ: or all these words signify a slender and compact male chameleon, with a small head, that cleaves to the trunk of the kind of tree called عِضَاه: (M, L:) pl. شِقْذَانٌ (M, L, K) and شَقَاذَى: (M:) the former pl. like كِرْوَانٌ, pl. of كَرَوَانٌ; (L;) and also used as a sing., meaning a male chameleon; (Th, M;) thus used by a poetess; (M:) also ↓ شِقْذٌ (S, M, L, K) and ↓ شُقْذٌ (M, L) and ↓ شُقَذٌ (M, L, K) and ↓ شَقْذٌ (K) the young one of a chameleon: (Lh, S, M, L, K:) pl. شِقْذَانٌ (S, M, L, K) and شَقَاذَى: (M, L, K:) the former pl. like صِنْوَانٌ, pl. of صِنْوٌ. (S.) A poet says, describing asses, رَأَتِ الشَّقَاذَى تَصْطَلِى فَرَعَتْ بِهَا حَتَّى إِذَا And they pastured therein until the heat became vehement and they saw the male chameleons thirsty, desiring to go to water, and repairing to the sun: some say, that شقاذى here signifies moths, (فَرَاش), but this is a mistake. (M, L.) شِقْذَانٌ also signifies The animals called ضَبّ and وَرَل and طُحَن and سَامُّ أَبْرَص and دَسَّاسَة: and the sing. is ↓ شِقْذَةٌ: (M, L:) or any small animals that creep or walk upon the earth, and venomous or noxious reptiles and the like: (M, L, K:) sing.

↓ شَقِذَةٌ (M, L) and ↓ شِقَذٌ, (M,) or ↓ شَقِذٌ, (L,) and ↓ شُقَذٌ, (M,) or ↓ شَقَذٌ; (L;) but it does not appear how ↓ شَقِذَةٌ can be a sing. of شِقْذَانٌ unless the augmentative letter be regarded as elided. (M, L.) b2: Also The wolf; (M, L, K;) and so ↓ شَقْذَانٌ (Th, M, L, K) and ↓ شُقْذٌ, (M, L,) or ↓ شِقْذٌ, (K,) or ↓ شَقْذٌ. (TA.) b3: Also The hawk; syn. صَقْرٌ; (M, L;) and so ↓ شَقْذَانٌ (Th, M, L) and ↓ شُقْذٌ, (M, L,) or ↓ شَقْذٌ. (TA.) b4: And شِقْذَانٌ [the pl.] also signifies The young ones of the kinds of birds called حبَارَى and قَطًا (M, L, K) and the like. (M, L.) شَقِيذٌ: see شَقَذَانٌ, in two places.

طَرْدٌ مِشْقَذٌ A driving far away. (M, L.)
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