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

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2337. صخب12 2338. صخد11 2339. صخر13 2340. صخم4 2341. صد5 2342. صدأ142343. 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 2416. صمقر3 2417. صملخ7 2418. صمي7 2419. صن4 2420. صنب9 2421. صنبر12 2422. صنج16 2423. صند9 2424. صندق6 2425. صندل9 2426. صنر9 2427. صنط3 2428. صنع19 2429. صنف16 2430. صنم15 2431. صنو10 2432. صنى3 2433. صه8 2434. صهب17 2435. صهر16 2436. صهرج9 Prev. 100




أ1 صَدِئَ, (S, M, L, K,) aor. صَدَاَ, (L,) inf. n. صَدَأٌ, (S, M,) said of a horse, (K, TA,) and of a kid, (S, TA,) [or a goat,] He was of the colour termed صُدْأَة [i. e. sorrel inclining to blackness; or blackness intermixed, or tinged over, with redness; or a colour like that of the rust of iron; probably from the same verb in the sense next following]; (S, M, L, K, TA;) as also صَدُؤَ, (K,) aor. صَدُاَ; (TA; [and it is implied in the K that the latter verb is syn. with the former in all its senses;]) but the former verb is that which is commonly known, and that alone which is required by analogy as a verb denoting a colour, and the latter is not known to have been heard; (MF, TA;) and in the L it is said that the verb in this sense is صَدِئَ and ↓ اِصَّدَأَ, this latter [formed from اِصْطَدَأَ, originally اِصْتَدَأَ,] of the measure اِفْتَعَلَ. (TA.) b2: Also, (M, K,) صَدِئَ, (S, M, Msb, K,) aor. as above, (S, Msb, TA,) and so the inf. n., (S, TA,) said of iron, It was, or became, rusty, or rusted; (S, M, Msb, K;) in which sense it is said also of the like of iron. (M.) A2: and صَدِئَ said of a man, He stood erect, and looked. (K.) A3: صَدَأَ المِرْآةَ, aor. صَدَاَ, (K,) inf. n. صَدْءٌ, (TK,) He polished the mirror, (K, TA,) i. e., removed from it the rust, (TA,) in order to use it as a collyrium; (K, TA;) as also ↓ صَدَّأَهَا, (K,) inf. n. تَصْدِئَةٌ. (TA.) [Whether the mirrors of the Arabs were made of bronze, or of what other metal they were made, is not said. See also 1 in art. حلأ.]

A4: And, aor. as above, said of an owl, He uttered a cry or cries. (Sh, TA. [See also art. صدو.]) 2 صَدَّاَ see the preceding paragraph.5 تصدّأ لَهُ, (K,) as also تصدّع له, (TA,) i. q. تصدّى له, (K, TA,) which is the original, meaning تعرّض له [i. e. He addressed, or applied, or directed, himself, or his regard, or attention, or mind, to him, or it; &c.]. (TA.) 8 اِصَّدَأَ: see 1, first sentence.

صَدَأٌ inf. n. of صَدِئَ [q. v.]. (S, M.) b2: Also [a subst.] signifying The rust of iron, (S, M, * TA,) and of copper and the like. (Har p. 481. [But there erroneously written صدآء.]) A2: Also A man slender in body; (K, TA;) light, or active, therein: its ء is said to be substituted for ع. (TA. [See صَدَعٌ; and see also صَدًى.]) صَدِئٌ [part. n. of صَدِئَ, q. v.]. b2: One says, يَدِى مِنَ الحَدِيدِ صَدِئَةٌ My hand is disagreeable in smell [from the rust of iron]. (S.) b3: and هُوَ صَاغِرٌ صَدِئٌ (assumed tropical:) He is one to whom disgrace, or shame, and baseness, or meanness, attach. (S, K.) b4: See also أَصْدَأُ.

صُدْأَةٌ, (S, M, K,) in a horse, (S, K,) and in a goat, or kid, (S,) A sorrel colour (شُقْرَةٌ) inclining to blackness, (M, K, TA,) the latter predominating: (TA:) or blackness intermixed, or tinged over, with redness [app. like the rust of iron]. (S.) أَصْدَأُ, (S, M, K,) applied to a horse, (K, TA,) or to a kid, (TA,) Of a sorrel colour (i. e. of the colour termed شُقْرَة) inclining to blackness, (M, K, TA,) the latter predominating: (TA:) or, applied to a horse, and to a goat, or kid, (S,) or applied to a kid, (K,) of a black colour intermixed, or tinged over, with redness [app. like the rust of iron]: (S, K:) fem. صَدْآءُ (S, M, K,) and ↓ صَدِئَةٌ. (M, L, TA.) And كُمَيْتٌ أَصْدَأُ [A bay, or dark bay, or brown, horse,] tinged over with dinginess. (S.) b2: Also Rusty, or rusted; applied to iron and the like. (M.) b3: And [hence] كَتِيبَةٌ صَدْآءُ, (M, and so in copies of the K,) or صَدْأًى, (K accord. to the TA,) and the former also, (TA,) [A body of troops having their arms or armour] overspread with the rust of iron. (M, K.) b4: and صَدْآءُ A land (أَرْضٌ) of which the stones are of a red colour inclining to blackness, and rugged, not even with the ground, these stones having beneath them [other] rough stones, or, sometimes, soil and stones. (Sh, L.)
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