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1 شَاطَ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. يَشِيطُ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. شَيْطٌ and شِيَاطَةٌ (K) and شَيْطُوطَةٌ, (Lth, K,) It (a thing, Msb, TA, or, as some say, particularly, olive-oil, and rob, TA) burned, or became burnt; (Msb, K, TA;) as also ↓ تشيّط, (K,) said of flesh-meat: (TA:) or both, said of flesh-meat, signify its upper part became burnt by the contact of fire: (Lth, TA:) the latter is also said of wool; and the former likewise, of wool, and of hair: (TA:) the former also signifies it was near to becoming burnt: (TA:) and, said of clarified butter, and of olive-oil, (S, K,) it became cooked so much that it burned; (S;) because, in that case, it perishes; (O;) [which implies that a signification hereafter to be mentioned is held to be the primary one;] or became thick; or became cooked so much that it almost perished. (K.) You say also, شَاطَتِ القِدْرُ The cooking-pot burned, and had something sticking in it: (S:) or had something burnt sticking in the bottom of it. (O, K.) b2: شَاطَ, (S, K,) aor. as above, (S,) also signifies He (a man) perished, or died. (S, K.) [The art. in the S commences with this signification, which, as remarked above, seems to be regarded by some as the primary one.] b3: Also He burned with anger. (TA in art. شطن.) b4: And It was, or became, null, void, of no account, or of no force. (Msb, TA.) b5: His (a man's) blood, (S,) or it, (his blood,) (Mgh, Msb, K,) went (S, Mgh, Msb, K) for nothing, unretaliated, and uncompensated by a mulct; it was, or became, of no account. (S, Mgh, * Msb.) b6: And It (any-thing) went away; b7: شَاطَتِ الجَزُورُ (tropical:) The slaughtered camel became dispensed; syn. تَنَفَّقَت; (S, K, TA;) there remained not of it any portion that was not divided and given: (As, S:) and شَاطَ لَحْمُ الجَزُورِ The flesh of the slaughtered camel went away divided and distributed, nothing thereof remaining. (A, TA.) b8: شَاطَ also signifies (tropical:) He hastened (S, K, TA) in an affair. (K, TA.) A2: [شَاطَهُ seems to be dial. var. of سَاطَهُ, as signifying He mixed it. b2: and hence,] شَاطَ الدِّمَآءَ (tropical:) He mixed the bloods; as though he shed, or poured forth, the blood of the slayer upon that of the slain. (S, K, TA.) A poet, (S,) namely, El-Mutalemmis, (TA,) uses the expression لَوْ تُشَاطُ دِمَاؤُنَا [If our bloods were mixed]; (S, TA;) accord. to one relation; but accord. to another, the verb is with س. (TA.) b3: شَاطَ بِدَمِهِ: see 4.2 شَيَّطَ see the next paragraph, in five places.4 اشاطهُ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. إِشَاطَةٌ, (Msb,) He burned it, or made it to burn; (Msb, K;) namely, a thing, (Msb,) as, for instance, olive-oil; (TA;) as also ↓ شيّطهُ, (K,) inf. n. تَشْيِيطٌ. (TA.) ↓ The latter also signifies He burned its wool, namely, that of a sheep, in order to cleanse it; and so شوّطهُ: (S, TA:) and each of these, he (a cook) set it on fire, namely the foot of a bull or cow, or of a sheep or goat, and the head, so that what was upon it, of hair, or wool, became burnt. (TA.) You say also, شاط القِدْرَ He made the cooking-pot to burn, and to have something sticking in it. (S.) And القِدْرَ ↓ شيّط He made the cooking-pot to boil; as also شوّطها. (ElKilábee.) And اللَّحْمَ ↓ شيّط He cooked thoroughly the flesh-meat; as also شوّطهُ: (Ibn-'Abbád:) or he smoked it, or made it smoky, and did not thoroughly cook it; (S;) and so the latter. (TA in art. شوط.) And الضَّبُعُ النَّبْتَ ↓ شيّط; and الدَّوَآءُ الجُرْحَ; (tropical:) The year of drought burned the herbage; and the medicine, the wound. (A, TA:) [See also شَوَّطَ.] b2: Also, (K,) inf. n. as above, (S,) He destroyed him, or it. (S, K.) b3: اشاط دَمَهُ, (S, Mgh, Msb, K,) and بِدَمِهِ, (S, K,) He (the Sultán, Mgh, Msb) made his blood to go for nothing, unretaliated, and uncompensated by a mulct; made it to be of no account: (Mgh, Msb, K, * TA:) or the latter, (TA,) or both, (K,) he laboured to destroy him, or to kill him: (K, TA:) or both, he exposed him to slaughter: (S, K:) or, accord. to IAmb, you say, بِدَمِهِ ↓ شَاطَ, meaning he exposed him to destruction. (TA.) You say also, اشاط دَمَ الجَزُورِ He shed the blood of the camel that was to be slaughtered. (As, K.) b4: اشاط اللَّحْمَ (tropical:) He distributed the flesh, (K, TA,) i. e. the flesh of a slaughtered camel: (TA:) or اشاط الجَزُورَ he dispensed the last remaining portion of the slaughtered camel, after all beside had been distributed. (S, TA.) Also (assumed tropical:) He cut up, or cut in pieces, the flesh of the slaughtered camel before the distribution. (ISh.) 5 تَشَيَّطَ see 1, first sentence.10 استشاط (tropical:) He became inflamed by anger; عَلَيْهِ against him: (K, TA:) or he became as though he were inflamed in his anger; accord. to As, from مِشْيَاطٌ as applied to a she-camel: (S, TA:) [or] he burned, and became inflamed, by vehement anger. (TA.) b2: (tropical:) He (a man, TA) became brisk, or sharp; (K, * TA;) he burned; (TA;) مِنَ الأَمْرِ by reason of the thing, or affair. (K, TA.) b3: (tropical:) It (a pigeon) flew briskly. (K, TA.) b4: (tropical:) He sought to be slain in war or fight. (TA.) b5: (tropical:) He became at the point of destruction. (TA.) b6: (tropical:) He (a camel) became fat: (S, TA:) [as though he desired, or demanded, that he should be slaughtered, and that his flesh should be distributed:] or fatness spread in him. (TA.) شَيْطَان [i. e. شَيْطَانٌ or شَيْطَانُ, accord. to different authorities, as shown below, A devil; and with the article ال, the devil, Satan;] is, accord. to some, from شَاطَ, (Msb, K, TA,) as signifying “ it was, or became, null, void, of no account; ” and the like: (Msb, TA:) or “ he perished: ” (K, TA:) or “ he went away: ” or “ it burned,” or “ became burnt: ” two reasons given for this derivation are, that among the names of the devil are المُذْهَبُ and البَاطِلُ: and another is this; that several read, in the Kur xxvi. 210, الشَّيَاطُونَ [instead of الشَّيَاطِينُ]: but some say that it is from شَطَنَ, signifying “ he became distant,” or “ remote: ” Sb gives both of these derivations: respecting the former of which, it should be observed that if from شاط as signifying “ it burned,” or “ became burnt,” it is proper; but if from the same in any of the other senses mentioned above, it is tropical: and if belonging to this art., it is imperfectly decl., being of the measure فَعْلَان: (S in art. شطن, in which see it:) [but in the Kur-án it is always perfectly decl.: and SM says that] it is perfectly decl., unless used as a proper name; in the latter case being imperfectly decl. (TA.) شِيَاطٌ The smell of a piece of cotton burning, or burnt. (S, K.) A2: See also مِشْيَاطٌ.

شَائِطٌ and شَاطٍ, like هَائِرٌ and هَارٍ, [the latter being formed by transposition from the former, شَاطٍ and هَارٍ being for شَاطِىٌ and هَارِىٌ,] Flesh-meat [&c.] burning, or being burnt. (TA.) تَشْيِيطٌ Flesh-meat roasted, (K,) or made good, and roasted, (TA,) for a company of men: (K:) a subst., like تَمْتِينٌ. (K, TA.) [In the CK, for اِسْمٌ كَالتَّمْتِينِ, we find واسمٌ كالتَّمْتِينِ.]

مِشْيَاطٌ (tropical:) A she-camel that quickly becomes fat: (As, S, A, K:) applied also to a he-camel: (TA:) pl. مَشَايِيطُ; (S, K;) in some of the copies of the S, مَشَايِطُ: and you say also ↓ إِبِلٌ شياط [app. a mistake for مِشْيَاطٌ, which is fem., like إِبِلٌ, as well as masc.]: AA says that مشايط, [or مَشَايِيطُ,] applied to camels, signifies assigned for slaughter; from شَاطَ said of a person's blood. (TA.) مُسْتَشِيطٌ (tropical:) A fat camel. (K.) [See 10.] b2: (tropical:) Laughing exceedingly; (K;) laughing vehemently, like one exerting himself in his laughing. (ISh.)
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