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

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2429. صنف15 2430. صنم14 2431. صنو9 2432. صنى3 2433. صه8 2434. صهب162435. صهر15 2436. صهرج9 2437. صهصلق5 2438. صهصى1 2439. صهل12 2440. صهو6 2441. صو1 2442. صوب18 2443. صوبج1 2444. صوت15 2445. صوج5 2446. صوح12 2447. صوخ5 2448. صود5 2449. صور19 2450. صوع14 2451. صوغ15 2452. صوف16 2453. صوك7 2454. صول14 2455. صولج2 2456. صوم18 2457. صون13 2458. صوى8 2459. صيب9 2460. صيح11 2461. صيد17 2462. صير16 2463. صيص10 2464. صيع6 2465. صيغ4 2466. صيف17 2467. صيك5 2468. صيل5 2469. صين6 2470. ض5 2471. ضأ1 2472. ضأبل2 2473. ضأز6 2474. ضأل13 2475. ضأن11 2476. ضب3 2477. ضبأ10 2478. ضبث11 2479. ضبح14 2480. ضبر16 2481. ضبط18 2482. ضبع18 2483. ضبن11 2484. ضبنط3 2485. ضبو4 2486. ضج4 2487. ضجر14 2488. ضجع17 2489. ضجم10 2490. ضح2 2491. ضحك16 2492. ضحل14 2493. ضخم10 2494. ضد5 2495. ضر5 2496. ضرب22 2497. ضرج14 2498. ضرح14 2499. ضرس17 2500. ضرط17 2501. ضرع19 2502. ضرغم11 2503. ضرم14 2504. ضرو4 2505. ضَعٌّ1 2506. ضعف19 2507. ضعو3 2508. ضغث17 2509. ضغط16 2510. ضغن16 2511. ضف4 2512. ضفدع9 2513. ضفر16 2514. ضفو9 2515. ضل5 2516. ضلع16 2517. ضم6 2518. ضمحل5 2519. ضمحن3 2520. ضمخ12 2521. ضمد14 2522. ضمر15 2523. ضمن17 2524. ضن5 2525. ضنأ8 2526. ضنك16 2527. ضنو2 2528. ضنى3 Prev. 100




1 صَهِبَ, (Mgh, L, Msb, TA,) aor. صَهَبَ, (Msb,) inf. n. صَهَبٌ (Mgh, * L, Msb, TA) [and app. صُهُوبَةٌ also, and perhaps صُهْبَةٌ, q. v.], said of hair, [and of a camel's fur or hair,] It was, or became, such as is termed أَصْهَب, i. e., of the colour termed صُهْبَة; (Mgh, L, Msb, TA;) as also ↓ اصهبّ and ↓ اصهابّ. (L, TA.) A2: See also صَاهِبْ.4 اصهب He (a stallion [meaning a stallion camel]) had young ones such as are termed صُهْب [pl. of أَصْهَبُ] born to him: (K:) or, accord. to the M and L, he (a man) had children such as are so termed born to him. (TA.) A2: See also صَاهِبْ.9 إِصْهَبَّand 11: see the first paragraph.

صَهَبٌ: see what next follows.

صُهْبَةٌ (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K) and ↓ صُهُوبَةٌ (S, Mgh, Msb, K) and ↓ صَهَبٌ, (A, Mgh, K,) [the last said in the L and Msb and TA to be an inf. n., (see 1,) and so may be each of the others, used as simple substs.,] Redness, (T, Mgh, Msb, K,) or [a redness such as is termed] شُقْرَة, (S, K,) in the hair (T, S, Mgh, Msb, K) of the head (T, S, Mgh) and of the beard, when the exterior is red, with blackness in the interior: (T, Mgh:) or a tinge of redness over the hair, the roots being black, so that the hair when anointed appears as though it were black: (As, TA:) or redness in blackness: (A:) or redness, of the hair, tinged over with blackness: or, as some say, redness of the whole of the hair. (TA.) صُهُوبَةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

صُهَابِىٌّ, applied to a camel, i. q. أَصْهَبُ [q. v.]; (S, K;) and its fem., with ة, is syn. with صَهْبَآءُ [fem. of أَصْهَبُ]: or a camel of which the origin is referred to a certain stallion, or a place, named صُهَابٌ: (S, K:) or, if not used as a prefixed noun, it means sprung from a stallion named صُهَابٌ: Tarafeh uses the fem. as a prefixed noun in the phrase صُهَابِيَّةُ العُثْنُونِ [A she-camel of the colour termed صُهْبَة in the long hairs beneath the lower jaw]: (T, TA:) but Himyán [without using it as a prefixed noun] says, يُطِيرُ عَنْهَا الوَبَرَ الصُّهَابِجَا [Making to fly from her, or it makes to fly from her, the fur of the colour termed صُهْبَة]; meaning الصُّهَابِىَّ; contracting it, and changing the ى into ج: and El-'Ajjáj applies صُهَابِىّ in a similar manner, as an epithet, to a camel's lip. (TA.) b2: Also Full, or complete, without lack or defect. (K.) b3: And applied to camels (نَعَمٌ) as meaning From which the poor-rate has not been taken; (K, TA;) they being left complete, without lack or deficiency. (TA.) b4: And, applied to a man, (K, TA,) Low, ignoble, or mean; (TA;) for whom, or to whom, there is no دِيوَان [or register of the names of pensioners or the like]. (K, TA.) b5: And Hard, strong, vehement, or violent. (A, K.) Hence, مَوْتٌ صُهَابِىٌّ (tropical:) A hard, or violent, death; like مَوْتٌ أَحْمَرُ. (A, TA.) صَاهِبْ ↓ اِصْهَبْ, (O,) or صَاهِبْ ↓ أَصْهِبْ, (so in a copy of the K, in the CK اَصْهَبْ صَاهِبْ,) a call to ewes to be milked: (O, K:) it [i. e. صاهب] is a name for Ewes: (O:) in one copy of the K, a call to the stallion [meaning the stallion camel] on the occasion of covering. (TA.) صَيْهَبٌ A hard place: (Sh, K:) pl. صَيَاهِبُ. (Sh, TA.) Level ground: (K:) so some say: (Sh, TA:) pl. as above: (TA:) or ضَيْهَبٌ has this meaning. (O.) Any place, (K,) or any high, or rugged, or high and rugged, ground, or place of a mountain, (O,) upon which the sun is vehemently hot so that flesh-meat is broiled upon it: (O, K:) Lth assigns this meaning to ضَيْهَبٌ; but AM says that the right word is صَيْهَبٌ. (TA in art. ضهب.) And A hard rock: and stones: (K:) [or] by stones are here meant hard rocks: (O:) [but] this is a meaning of the pl. صَيَاهِبُ. (JK.) b2: A hard, or strong, camel; fem. with ة: likened to the stones so called. (T, O, TA.) b3: b4: And A tall man. (K.) b5: And A hot day: (K:) or a day intensely hot: (O, TA:) and so صَيْهَدٌ. (TA.) b6: And Intenseness of heat: (K:) so on the authority of IAar alone; others explaining it as an epithet. (TA.) أَصْهَبُ, applied to hair, (A, TA,) [and to camel's fur or hair,] and to a man, (S,) and to a camel, (A,) or to a male [of mankind and of camels], (Mgh, Msb,) fem. صَهْبَآءُ: (A, Mgh, Msb:) pl. صُهْبٌ: (S, A, Msb, K:) Of the colour termed صُهْبَة [expl. above]: (S, A, Mgh, Msb:) as some say, (TA,) applied to hair, it means having redness intermixed with its whiteness: (K, TA:) accord. to As, it is nearly the same as أَصْبَحُ: (TA:) applied to a camel, having redness intermixed with his whiteness, the upper part of the fur being red, and the inner parts white: (S:) or not having the inner parts [of the fur] intensely white, the flanks and sides having somewhat of whiteness; the اصهب being less white than what is termed آدَمُ, having a dusky hue in the upper parts and a whiteness in the lower parts: (T, TA:) or not intensely white: (K:) or, accord. to IAar, white: and he says that the صُهْب and أُدْم were called by the Arabs “ the Kureysh of camels,” i. e. the most noble, and the best, as Kureysh were considered by them the best of them; also, that صُهْبَة was said to be the most famous and the best of colours, and that a she-camel of that colour was said to be the most swift of all: [see also أَحْمَرُ as applied to a camel:] but accord. to As, آدَمُ applied to a camel signifies white; and أَصْهَبُ, white intermixed with redness: (TA:) [see also صُهَابِىٌّ:] the dim. is ↓ أُصَيْهِبُ. (Msb.) b2: صُهْبُ السِّبَالِ [lit. Persons red, or reddish, &c., in respect of the mustaches, &c.,] is a designation of (tropical:) enemies; and is applied to them even if not really صُهْبُ السِّبَالِ: (As, S, A, * L, K:) originally applied to the Greeks (الرُّوم), because redness of the hair was [common] among them, and they were enemies of the Arabs: (S, L, TA:) applied to others, it designates them as being as great enemies as the Greeks. (TA.) b3: الأَصْهَبُ is an appellation of The lion: (K:) because of his colour. (TA.) b4: And [for the same reason]

أَصْهَبُ is a designation of The male ostrich. (L, TA.) b5: Hence also (S, TA) الصَّهْبَآءُ signifies Wine: (S, K:) or wine expressed from white grapes: (K:) used in this sense as a proper name: (AHn, K:) but also used without the article ال; being originally an epithet. (TA.) b6: يَوْمٌ أَصْهَبُ (tropical:) A cold day: (K:) or a day intensely cold. (A, TA.) أُصَيْهِبُ dim. of أَصْهَبُ, q. v. (Msb.) مُصَهَّبٌ (tropical:) Flesh-meat mixed with fat. (A, TA.) b2: (assumed tropical:) What is termed صَفِيف [here app. meaning cut into strips or slices, and laid upon live coals, or upon rocky ground vehemently heated by the sun (see صَيْهَبٌ)], (O, K, and so in a copy of the S, in some copies of the K غَلِيظ, and in one copy ضَعِيف,) of roast flesh-meat. (S, O, K.) b3: and Wild animals (وَحْش) [of various kinds or species] mixed together. (O, K, and in one of my copies of the S.)
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