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

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2316. ص6 2317. صأب9 2318. صأك6 2319. صأى3 2320. صب4 2321. صبأ122322. صبح20 2323. صبر21 2324. صبع15 2325. صبغ19 2326. صبن12 2327. صبو8 2328. صح3 2329. صحب15 2330. صحر16 2331. صحف20 2332. صحل9 2333. صحم7 2334. صحن15 2335. صحو11 2336. صخ4 2337. صخب12 2338. صخد11 2339. صخر13 2340. صخم4 2341. صد5 2342. صدأ14 2343. صدح12 2344. صدر22 2345. صدع20 2346. صدغ16 2347. صدف20 2348. صدق20 2349. صدل6 2350. صدم16 2351. صدن8 2352. صدو3 2353. صدى9 2354. صر6 2355. صرب14 2356. صرج11 2357. صرح19 2358. صرخ12 2359. صرد18 2360. صرط13 2361. صرع16 2362. صرف27 2363. صرم20 2364. صرى7 2365. صطب9 2366. صعب15 2367. صعتر6 2368. صعد21 2369. صعر18 2370. صعط5 2371. صعق17 2372. صعل11 2373. صعلك13 2374. صعو9 2375. صغر18 2376. صغو7 2377. صف5 2378. صفح19 2379. صفد15 2380. صفر21 2381. صفرد6 2382. صفط2 2383. صفع11 2384. صفق19 2385. صفن21 2386. صفو13 2387. صقب13 2388. صقر17 2389. صقع15 2390. صقل14 2391. صك3 2392. صكم10 2393. صل5 2394. صلب19 2395. صلت14 2396. صلح17 2397. صلخ10 2398. صلد17 2399. صلط7 2400. صلع16 2401. صلغ14 2402. صلف17 2403. صلق16 2404. صلم17 2405. صلهب6 2406. صلو9 2407. صلى8 2408. صم4 2409. صمت17 2410. صمج7 2411. صمخ13 2412. صمد14 2413. صمر13 2414. صمع18 2415. صمغ14 Prev. 100




أ1 صَبَأَ, (S, M, K,) aor. صَبَاَ, (M, K,) inf. n. صُبُوْءٌ, (S, M, K, [in the last of which it is implied that this verb in all its senses except the last has صَبْءٌ also for an inf. n., and likewise صَبُؤَ as a syn. form, but this I do not find authorized by any other lexicon,]) said of the tush (S, M, K) of a camel (S, M) and of a cloven-hoofed animal and of a solid-hoofed animal, (M,) and said of a cloven hoof, (K, [but this, I doubt not, is a mistake, for in the place of صَبَأَ الظِّلْفُ والنَّابُ, the reading in the K, I find in the M صَبَأَ نَابُ الظِّلْفِ وَالخُفِّ وَالحَافِرِ, and the like in the L,]) It grew forth; (M, K;) or its point, or extremity, grew forth: (S:) and accord. to the K, it appears that ↓ اصبأ signifies the same; but this is not the case. (TA.) And صَبَأَت said of the ثَنِيَّة [i. e. a central incisor] of a boy, It grew forth. (S.) b2: Also, said of a star, (M, K,) and of the moon, (M,) It rose; and so ↓ اصبأ: (M, K:) or تَصْبَأَ النُّجُومُ the stars come forth from their places of rising: (AO, S:) or صَبَأَتِ النُّجُومُ the stars appeared: (TA:) and النَّجْمُ ↓ اصبأ the Pleiades [antonomastically called النجم] rose. (S.) b3: [Hence,] صَبَأَ, (S, M, K,) or صَبَأَ مِنْ دِينِهِ إِلَى دِينٍ آخَرَ, (AO, S, Msb, *) aor. صَبَاَ, (M, Msb, K,) inf. n. صُبُوْءٌ (S, M, K) and صَبْءٌ; and صَبُؤَ, (M, K,) aor. صَبُاَ, (TA,) inf. n. صُبُوْءَةٌ; (CK [but not in the TA nor in my MS. copy of the K];) (assumed tropical:) He departed from his religion to another religion; (S, M, Msb, K;) like as the stars come forth from their place of rising. (AO, S.) And صَبَأَ, (S,) or صَبَأَ فِى دِينِهِ, aor. صَبَاَ, inf. n. صُبُوْءٌ, (T, TA,) He was, or became, a صَابِئ [or Sabian]. (T, S, TA. [See صَابِئٌ, below.]) b4: And صَبَأَ عَلَيْهِمْ, (S, M,) aor. صَبَاَ, (S,) inf. n. صَبْءٌ and صُبُوْءٌ, He came forth upon them; (S, M;) as also ↓ اصبأ: (M:) and accord. to IAar, صَبَأَ عَلَيْهِ he came forth, or went forth, upon him, or against him: and he inclined against him with enmity: (TA:) or he came, or came forth, upon him unexpectedly: whence, he says, the word صُبًّا in the saying of the Prophet, لَتَعُودُونَّ فِيهَا أَسَاوِدَ صُبًّا, [which see in art. صب,] the said word being of the measure فُعَّلًا, [originally صُبَّأً,] and the ء being suppressed: (L in art. صب:) and ↓ أَصْبَأَهُمْ signifies he came upon them suddenly, not having knowledge of their place. (K.) A2: One says also, صَبَأَ عَلَيْهِمُ العَدُوَّ, (M, * K,) aor. صَبَاَ, inf. n. صَبْءٌ; (M;) as also صَبَعَ; (TA;) He guided to them (M, K) the enemy: (K:) mentioned by IAar, from AZ. (TA.) b2: And قُدِّمَ

↓ إِلَيْهِ طَعَامٌ فَمَا صَبَأَ وَلَا أَصْبَأَ Food was presented to him, and he did not put (M, K *) his hand (M) or his finger (إِصْبَعَهُ K) into it, or upon it: (M,) K: [see also صَبَعَ:]) mentioned by IAar. (M.) And صَبَأَ فِى الطَّعَامِ, aor. صَبُاَ, He [app. a camel] put his head into the food: as also صَبَغَ. (O in art. صبغ.) And صَبَأَتْ فِيهَا رَأْسَهَا [or فِيهِ, She put her head into it]; like صَبَغَتْ. (TA in that art.) 4 أَصْبَاَ see the preceding paragraph, in six places.

صَابِئٌ [part. n. of صَبَأَ: and as such signifying] One who departs from his religion to another religion. (Msb.) The Arabs used to call the Prophet الصَّابِى [for الصَّابِئُ], because he departed from the religion of Kureysh to El-Islám; and him who entered the religion of El-Islám, مَصْبُوٌّ, changing the ء to و; and the Muslims [collectively], الصُّبَاةٌ, as though pl. of الصَّابِىِ, without ء, like قُضَاةٌ and غُزَاةٌ pls. of قَاضٍ and غَازٍ. (TA.) And [the pl.] الصَّابِئُونَ in the Kur [v. 73, &c.,] is said by Zj to mean Those who depart from one religion to another. (TA.) b2: Then this appellation, صَابِئٌ, was applied to [Any individual of] a certain sect of the unbelievers, [the Sabians,] said to worship the stars secretly, and openly to profess themselves to belong to the Christians: they are called الصَّابِئَةُ and الضَّابِئُونَ: and they assert that they are of the religion of Sábi the son of Sheyth [or Seth] the son of Adam: their appellation may also be pronounced الصَّابِيُونَ, and thus Náfi' read it [in the Kur]: (Msb:) or the صَابِئُونَ are a certain class of the people who possess revealed scripture: (S:) or a people whose religion resembles that of the Christians, except that their kibleh is towards the place whence blows the [south, or southerly, wind called] جَنُوب: (Lth, T, TA:) [or] whose kibleh is from (مِنْ [or this may mean some point of]) the place whence blows the [north, or northerly, wind called] شَمَال at midday: (M, K:) or, accord. to some, their kibleh is the Kaabeh: (MF:) and they assert that they are of the religion of Noah, (Lth, T, M, K,) lyingly: (Lth, T, M:) in the R it is said that they are thus called in relation to Sábi the son of Lámak [or Lamech], the brother of Noah: Bd says, it is said that they are worshippers of the angels: and it is said that they are worshippers of the stars: and that their appellation is Arabic; from صَبَأَ “ he departed from a religion; ” or from صَبَا “ he inclined,” because of their inclining from truth to falsehood. (MF, TA.)
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