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1 طَمَرَ, (S, O, Msb, K,) aor. طَمُرَ, (O, Msb,) or طَمِرَ, (K,) inf. n. طَمْرٌ, (A, O, Msb, K,) He buried (A, Msb, K) a corpse, in the earth: (Msb:) he hid, or concealed, (S, A, O, Msb, K,) a thing, (Msb,) or wheat, in a مَطْمُورَة, (S, O,) or himself, or his goods, (A, TA,) in a place where he, or they, could not be known. (TA.) b2: He filled a مَطْمُورَة. (S, K.) And He filled up a well. (TA.) b3: Az heard a man of 'Okeyl say of a stallion-camel that had covered a female, قَدْ طَمَرَهَا [meaning He inserted the whole of his veretrum into her; as is indicated by the context]: and إِنَّهُ لَكَثِيرُ الطُّمُورِ; and thus one says of a man, meaning Verily he is one who compresses much. (L, TA. [See also 4.]) A2: طَمَرَ signifies also He built. (O.) And [hence] one says, أَبِيهِ ↓ هُوَ يَطْمُرُ عَلَى مِطْمَارِ, (A, K, in the latter of which the verb is omitted,) meaning (tropical:) He imitates the actions of his father: (A, TA:) or he resembles his father in make and disposition. (K.) A3: And طَمَرَ, aor. طَمِرَ (S, O, K) and طَمُرَ, (O,) inf. n. طُمُورٌ (S, A, O, K) and طَمْرٌ (K) and طِمَارٌ (K, TA, in the CK طَمار) and طَمَرَانٌ, (TA,) He leaped: (TA:) or he leaped downwards: (A, K:) or upwards (lit. in, or into, the sky): (A, K:) or he did what resembled leaping (S, O) upwards (lit. in, or into, the sky); (S;) thus does a horse; and the [bird called] أَخْيَل, in flying. (S, O.) And طَمَرَ فِى الرَّكِيَّةِ, inf. n. طَمْرٌ and طُمُورٌ, He leaped into the well, from the top of it to the bottom. (Msb.) [It is said that] طَمَرَ signifies He, or it, became, or rose, high: and also, became, or descended, low. (TA. [But perhaps it is a mistranscription for طُمِرَ: see مَطْمُورٌ.]) b2: And طَمَرَ فِى الأَرْضِ, (TA,) inf. n. طُمُورٌ, (K,) He went away into, or in, the country, or land: (K, TA:) he became absent, or hidden, or concealed; or he absented, or hid, or concealed, himself. (TA.) A4: طَمَرَ said of a wound, It became inflated, or swollen. (O, K.) b2: And طَمِرَتْ يَدُهُ, the verb in this case being of the class of فَرِحَ, His arm, or hand, became swollen, (K,) and inflated. (TA.) b3: And طُمِرَ فِى ثَدْىِ المَرْأَةِ The woman's breast became swollen. (O.) b4: and طُمِرَ فِى ضِرْسِهِ Pain became excited in his tooth, or his lateral, or molar, tooth: (O, K:) the verb in this phrase [and in that next preceding] is like عُنِىَ. (K.) 2 طمّر, (O,) inf. n. تَطْمِيرٌ, (O, K,) He made his building high. (O.) b2: And i. q. طَوَى [meaning He folded a written paper &c.; or rolled up a طُومَار, or scroll: and (assumed tropical:) He (the Creator) made the limbs, or shanks, of an animal, compact, or round; as though rolled up like scrolls]. (O, K, TA.) طُمِّرَتْ, in a verse of Kaab Ibn-Zuheyr, [referring to a wild she-ass, or to her legs,] means (assumed tropical:) She was, or they were, rendered compact in make; or rounded, as though rolled up like as are طَوَامِير [or scrolls]. (TA.) b3: And He let down a curtain. (K, TA.) One says, طَمَّرُوا بُيُوتَهُمْ They let down their curtains over their doors. (O, TA.) 4 اطمر غُرْمُولَهُ فِى الحِجْرِ He (a horse) inserted the whole of his veretrum into the mare. (K. [See also 1, fourth sentence.]) 8 اطّمر عَلَيْهِ, of the measure اِفْتَعَلَ, [originally اِطْتَمَرَ,] He leaped upon him, namely, a horse, (K,) and a camel, (TA,) from behind, (K, TA,) and mounted him. (TA.) طِمْرٌ An old and worn-out garment: (S, A, O, Mgh, Msb, K:) this is the meaning commonly known: (TA:) or an old and worn-out [garment of the kind called] كِسَآء, not of wool: (IAar, A, K:) and ↓ طُمْرُورٌ signifies the same: (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K:) pl. of the former أَطْمَارٌ, (S, Mgh, O, Msb, K,) the only pl. form. (Sb, TA.) A2: See also the next paragraph. [Freytag has assigned to this word, as on the authority of the K, three meanings which the K assigns to طُمْرُورٌ.]

طِمِرٌّ (S, O, K) and ↓ طِمْرٌ (O) and ↓ طِمْرِرٌ and ↓ طُمْرُورٌ (O, K) and ↓ طِمْرِيرٌ (K) and ↓ أُطْمُرٌّ (O, K) A horse in a state of excitement (مُسْتَفِزٌّ [so accord. to my copies of the S, as though for مُسْتَفِزٌّ نَفْسَهُ, or probably a mistranscription for مُسْتَفَزٌّ,]) to leap and run: (S, O: [accord. to my copies of the former, مُسْتَفِزٌّ لِلْوَثْبِ وَالعَدْوِ: in the O, مُسْتَفِزُّ الوَتْبِ وَالعَدْوِ:]) or, accord. to AO, contracted [or compact] in make: (S, O:) and (O) a fleet, or swift, and excellent, horse: (O, K:) and the first, that leaps much; as also ضِبِرٌّ: (O in art. ضبر:) or ↓ طُمْرُورٌ signifies longlegged, and light, or active: or ready, or in a state of preparation, for running: (K:) the fem.

طِمِرَّةٌ is applied metaphorically by a poet to a she-ass as meaning vehement in running. (TA.) b2: And مَكَانٌ طِمِرٌّ A high place. (O.) طُمُرٌّ: see طُمَّرٌ.

طُمُرَّةٌ: see طُمَّرَةٌ.

طِمْرِرٌ: see طِمِرٌّ.

طُمْرُورٌ: see طِمْرٌ: A2: and see طِمِرٌّ, in two places. b2: Also A man (O) possessing nothing: (O, K:) accord. to IDrd, a low, vile, or mean, person, [so I render قَانِصٌ, q. v.,] in evil condition: a dial. var. of طُمْلُولٌ. (O.) And A stranger. (O.) b3: And Dry wood. (O.) A3: and The [bird called] شِقِرَّاق. (O, K.) طِمْرِيرٌ: see طِمِرٌّ.

طَمَارِ, like قَطَامِ, [indecl.,] (S, O, K,) a proper name, (IAar, O,) The high place; (IAar, S, O, K;) as also طَمَارَ, with fet-h. (S, O, K.) One says, اِنْصَبَّ عَلَيْهِ مِنْ طَمَارِ [He, or it, descended upon him from the high place]: (As, S, O:) Ks said مِنْ طَمَارَ and طَمَارِ. (S. O.) b2: وَقَعَ فِى بَنَاتِ طَمَارِ (A, K, * TA) means (tropical:) He fell into calamities, and hardships, or difficulties: (A:) or calamity: (K, TA:) or trial: and hardship, or difficulty. (TA.) طُمَّرٌ i. q. أَصْلٌ; as also ↓ طِمَّوْرٌ: (O, K:) so the former signifies in the saying, لَأَرُدَّنَّهُ إِلَى طُمَّرِهِ [app. meaning I will assuredly reduce him to the utmost point, or degree, to which he can be reduced: see a similar phrase voce أَصْلٌ]. (O, TA.) b2: And one says, فُلَانٌ طُمَّرُ شَرٍّ Such a one is evil in the utmost degree. (IAar, T in art. درن.) b3: And أَنْتَ فِى طُمَّرِكَ الَّذِى كُنْتَ فِيهِ, (so in copies of the K and in the TA,) or ↓ طُمُرِّكَ, (so in the O,) i. e. فِى غِرَّتِكَ وَجَهْلِكَ [Thou art in thy state of inexperience and ignorance in which thou wast formerly]: (O, K:) but [SM says] the right reading is فى غَرْبِكَ i. e. in thy [state of] sharpness, and briskness, liveliness, or sprightliness: in some copies of the K, عَزْمِكَ وَجَهْدِكَ; and in some, عُرْيِكَ وَجَهْدِكَ; which are both mistranscriptions: (TA:) a saying mentioned by Fr. (O.) طُمَّرَةٌ, (so in copies of the K and accord. to the TA,) with damm to the ط, and teshdeed and fet-h to the م; (TA;) or ↓ طُمُرَّةٌ, with two dammehs, and teshdeed to the ر; (O, and so accord. to the TK; [and this I think most probably the right;]) The first period of شَبَاب [i. e. youthfulness, or young manhood, &c.]: (O, K:) so in the saying mentioned and expl. by Fr, كَانَ ذٰلِكَ فِى طُمُرَّةِ شَبَابِهِ [That was in the first period of his youthfulness, &c.]. (O.) طِمَّوْرٌ: see طُمَّرٌ.

طَامِرٌ (tropical:) The flea; (S, O;) [because of its leaping;] and (O) so طَامِرُ بْنُ طَامِرٍ: (A, O, K:) pl. طَوَامِرُ. (TA.) One says, أَشْهَرُ مِنْ طَامِرِ بْنِ طَامِرٍ i. e. (tropical:) [More commonly known] than the flea. (A, TA.) b2: And طَامِرُ بْنُ طَامِرٍ means also (assumed tropical:) The remote, who, as well as his father, is unknown: (K:) or the man (S, O) who is unknown, (O,) or whose place whence he comes is unknown. (S.) طَامُورٌ: see what next follows.

طُومَارٌ (S, A, K) and ↓ طَامُورٌ (K) A piece of paper, or skin, on which something is written; syn. صَحِيفَةٌ: (A, K:) [generally, a roll, or scroll;] a paper folded or rolled up (MA, and Har p. 254, each in explanation of the former word,) and written upon: (Har ibid.:) [a مِسَرَّة (an instrument in which one speaks secretly) is described in the S and K as being like a طُومَار: and this word is particularly applied, but perhaps as a post-classical term, to a roll of papyrus, or to paper made of papyrus; being syn. with قِرْطَاسٌ used in this sense: (see De Sacy's “ Rel. de l'Égypte par Abd-Allatif,” p. 109, where ElKindee is cited to this effect:) see also سِجِلٌّ:] طُومَارٌ is said to be a foreign word introduced into the Arabic language; but ISd thinks it to be genuine Arabic, because Sb reckons it among the words that are Arabic in form, and asserts it to be quasi-coordinate to فُسْطَاطٌ: (TA:) the pl. is طَوَامِيرُ. (S, A, K, &c.) [قَلَمُ طُومَارٍ is a modern term for A sort of large handwriting.]

أُطْمُرٌّ: see طِمِرٌّ.

مِطْمَرٌ The builder's زِيج, (S, O,) also called إِمَامٌ and تُرٌّ; (O;) [i. e.,] like these two words, it signifies the cord which the builder extends to make even, thereby, the row of stones or bricks of the building; (T in art. ام;) the builder's cord, or line, with which he proportions (K, TA) the building; (TA;) as also ↓ مِطْمَارٌ: (K, TA:) ↓ the مِطْمَار in the dial. of the people of El-Hijáz is the شَاقُول, (O,) which is a wooden implement, used by the sowers of the land at El-Basrah, (Lth, K, TA, all in art. شقل,) two cubits long, (Lth and TA ibid.,) or a staff a cubit long, (A and TA in art. بقل,) having upon its head [or rather end] a زُجّ [or pointed iron], (Lth and K and TA in art. شقل, and A and TA in art. بقل,) upon which one of them puts the end of a rope, and then he sticks it in the ground, and keeps it in its place firmly by stretching the rope [app. for the purpose of making even a row of seeds or the like]. (Lth and TA in art. شقل.) Hence, (O,) أَقِمِ المِطْمَرَ, said to one relating a trad., means (tropical:) Rectify thou the tradition, and correct its expressions, (O, K, TA,) and trim it, and be veracious in it. (O, TA.) And ↓ هُوَ يَطْمُرُ عَلَى مِطْمَارِ

أَبِيهِ, expl. in the first paragraph. (A, K. *) المُطْمِرَاتُ: see المُطَمِّرَاتُ.

مُطَمَّرٌ (tropical:) Accumulated; applied to householdgoods (مَتَاع): and also applied to property (مَال) [in the same sense]. (A, TA.) b2: And, with ة, applied to a she-ass, (tropical:) Long, and firm in make, (A, O, K, TA,) as though rounded, or rolled up, like as is the طُومَار [or scroll]. (A, * TA.) A2: العَظَائِمُ المُطَمَّرَاتُ, occurring in a trad., (O, TA,) as some relate it, (TA,) means The [great] sins that are hidden, or concealed: (O, TA:) or, as others relate it, the latter word is ↓ المُطَمِّرَاتُ, (TA,) which means that destroy [the sinner]. (K, TA.) الأُمُورُ المُطَمِّرَاتُ (so in two copies of the S, in the PS ↓ المُطْمِرَات, in one of my copies of the S المطْمِرَاتُ, and in the other of those copies omitted,) The affairs, or events, that destroy, or cause destruction. (S.) See also the next preceding paragraph.

مِطْمَارٌ: see مِطْمَرٌ, in three places.

A2: Also A man (K) wearing أَطْمَار [i. e. old and worn-out garments]. (O, K.) مَطْمُورٌ [pass. part. n. of طَمَرَ, q. v. b2: Also] High: and low: thus having two contr. meanings. (TA.) مَطْمُورَةٌ A hollow, or cavity, dug in the ground, (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K,) widened in the lower part, (TA,) in which wheat is hidden, (S, Mgh,) or grain: (TA:) a house, chamber, cell, or cellar, constructed in the ground: (IDrd, Mgh, Msb:) pl. مَطَامِيرُ. (A, Mgh.) b2: And A prison, or place of confinement. (TA.)
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