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1 طَالَ, (S, O, Msb, K,) said by some to be of the class of قَرُبَ, being made by them to accord in from with its contr., which is قَصُرَ, and by others said to be of the class of قَالَ, (Msb,) first pers. طُلْتُ, [said to be] originally طَوُلْتُ, because one says طَوِيلٌ, [not طَائِلٌ, when using it as an intrans. v.,] (S, O,) aor. يَطُولُ, (TA,) inf. n. طُولٌ, (S, * O, * Msb, K,) It (a thing, S, O, Msb) was, or became, elongated, or extended; [i. e. it was, or became, long; and it was, or became, tall, or high; which meanings are sometimes more explicitly denoted in order to avoid ambiguity, as when one says طَالَ عَلَى وَجْهِ الأَرْضِ it was, or became, elongated, or extended, upon the surface of the earth or ground; and طَالَ فِى السَّمَآءِ it was, or became, elongated, or extended, towards (lit. into) the sky;] (S, O, Msb, K;) and ↓ استطال signifies the same. (S, O, K.) It is also said of any time that is extended; and of anxiety that cleaves to one continually; and the like: [see طُولٌ, below:] thus one says طَالَ اللَّيْلُ [The night became long, or protracted]: (TA:) [and thus طَالَ عَلَيْهِمُ الأَمَدُ, in the Kur lvii. 15, means The time became extended, or prolonged, unto them:] and عَلَيْهِمُ العُمُرُ ↓ تَطَاوَلَ, in the Kur xxviii. 45, means, in like manner, [Life was prolonged unto them; or] their lives became long, or prolonged: (Jel:) and طال المَجْلِسُ The time of the assembly was, or became, extended, or prolonged: (Msb:) and طال الهَمُّ [Anxiety became protracted]. (TA.) [One says also طَالَمَا فَعَلَ كَذَا Long time did he thus; and the like; with the restrictive ما: see Har p. 17.]

A2: When trans. [without a particle it is of the class فَعَلَ; not فَعُلَ, because this is not trans.: (TA:) one says طُلْتُهُ meaning I exceeded him, or surpassed him, in الطُّول [i. e. tallness; or I overtopped him]: and also in الطَّوْل [i. e. beneficence, and excellence, &c.]. (S, O, K.) See 3. A poet says, إِنَّ الفَرَزْدَقَ صَخْرَةٌ عَارِيَةٌ طَالَتْ فَلَيْسَ تَنَالُهَا الأَوْعَالُ [Verily El-Farezdak is a bare rock that has exceeded in height the mountain-goats so that the mountain-goats do not reach it]: he means طَالَتِ الأَوْعَالَ. (TA.) And it is said in a trad., فَطَالَ العَبَّاسُ عُمَرَ i. e. And El-'Abbás exceeded 'Omar in tallness of stature. (TA.) And you say, طَالَهُ فِى الحَسَبِ [He excelled him in the grounds of pretension to respect or honour]. (K and TA in explanation of شَرَفَهُ: in the CK [erroneously]

طاوَلَهُ.) A3: One says also, طال عَلَيْهِ, (S,) or عَلَيْهِمْ, (Msb, K,) the verb in this case being of the class of قَالَ, aor. يَطُولُ, (Msb,) inf. n. طَوْلٌ; (S, * Msb;) and ↓ تطوّل; (S, Msb, K;) and ↓ اطال; (Msb;) He bestowed, or conferred, a benefit or benefits, or a favour or favours, (S, Msb, K,) upon him, (S,) or upon them. (Msb, K.) And عَلَيْنَا بِشَىْءٍ ↓ تطوّل He gave to us a thing; like تَنَوَّلَ; but the latter is said by Aboo-Mihjen to be used only in relation to good; and the former, sometimes, in relation to good and to evil. (TA in art. نول.) 2 طوّلهُ, (S, O, Msb, K,) inf. n. تَطْوِيلٌ; (O;) and ↓ اطالهُ, (S, O, Msb, K,) and ↓ أَطْوَلَهُ, (S, O, K,) inf. n. إِطَالَةٌ; (O;) both signify the same; (S, O, Msb, K;) He elongated it; extended it; lengthened it; or made it long, or tall or high; (S, * O, Msb;) syn. مَدَّهُ, (S, * O, * Msb,) and جَعَلَهُ طَوِيلًا. (O, TA.) You say, طَوَّلْتُ الحَدِيدَةَ I elongated, or lengthened, the piece of iron. (Msb.) And اللّٰهُ بَقَآءَهُ ↓ اطال God extended, or prolonged, his continuance [in life]; or may God extend, &c. (Msb.) And المَجْلِسَ ↓ اطال He extended, or prolonged, the time of the assembly. (Msb.) and طوَّل لِلْفَرَسِ, (S, O,) or لِلدَّابَّةِ, (Msb, K,) He slackened [or lengthened] (S, O, Msb, K) the tether, (S, O, K,) or rope, (Msb,) of the horse, (S, O,) or of the beast, (Msb, K,) in the place of pasture, (S, O, K,) or that it might pasture [more largely]: (Msb:) and لَهَا الطِّوَلَ ↓ اطال and الطِّيَلَ [signify the same]. (TA, from a trad.) And [hence] طوّل لَهُ (inf. n. as above, S) He granted him a delay, or respite; (S, O, Msb, K;) said of God: (S:) and فِى ↓ المُطَاوَلَةُ الأَمْرِ means التَّطْوِيلُ فِيهِ; (Msb;) [i. e.] طاولهُ signifies he delayed, or deferred, with him, (S, O, K, TA,) فِى الأَمْرِ [in the affair], (S, O,) or فِى

الدَّيْنِ [in the case of the debt] and العِدَةِ [the promise]. (TA.) [And طوّل عَلَيْهِ and ↓ تطوّل He was prolix, or tedious, to him: see 2 in art. بسق; and see an ex. of the former voce حَوْزٌ.]3 طَاْوَلَ ↓ طَاوَلَنِى فَطُلْتُهُ He contended with me for superiority (Ks, O, TA) in الطُّول [i. e. tallness], and also in الطَّوْل [i. e. beneficence, and excellence, &c.], and I exceeded him, or surpassed him, therein. (S, O, K.) بِكَ أُطَاوِلُ occurs in a prayer of the Prophet, and is from الطَّوْلُ, meaning [By means of Thee I contend for] superiority over the enemies. (O.) One says also, طَاوَلَهُ بِالكِبَرِ وَقَالَ

أَنَا أَكْبَرُ مِنْكَ [He contended, or disputed, with him for superiority in greatness, and said, I am greater than thou]. (A in art. كبر.) [And المُطَاوَلَةُ فِى

الحُِظْوَةِ, occurring in the TA in art. سمو, means The contending, or vying, or competing, for superiority, in highness of rank.] b2: See also 2, last sentence but one.4 اطال and اطول, as trans.: see 2, in five places.

A2: اطالت المَرْأَةُ The woman brought forth tall children, (S, A, O, K,) or a tall child. (K.) It is said in a trad., (S,) or in a prov., not a trad., (K,) but IAth declares it to be a trad., and in the trads. of the Prophet are many celebrated provs., (MF,) إِنَّ القَصِيرَةَ قَدْ تُطِيلُ [Verily the short woman sometimes brings forth tall children], (S, O, K,) قَدْ تُقْصِرُ ↓ وَإِنَّ الطَّوِيلَةَ [and verily the tall woman sometimes brings forth short children]. (O.) b2: See also 1, last sentence but one. b3: One says also, اطال لِفَرَسِهِ He tied his horse with the rope [or tether, called طِوَل]. (TA.) 5 تَطَوَّلَ see 2, last sentence: b2: and see also 1, last two sentences.6 تطاول: see 1, former half. b2: Also It became high by degrees; said of a building. (L in art. شيد.) b3: And i. q. تَطَالَّ or تَطَالَلَ, (S, K, TA,) meaning He (a man, S, TA) stood upon his toes, and stretched his stature, to look at a thing: (TA:) or تَطَاوَلْتُ فِى قِيَامِى I stretched my legs, in my standing, to look. (O.) One says, يَتَطَاوَلُ لِلْأَفْنَانِ وَيَجْتَذِبُهَا بِالمِحْجَنِ [He stretches himself up towards the branches, and draws them to him with the hooked-headed stick]. (S in art. حرق.) And it is said in a trad., تطاول عَلَيْهِمُ الرَّبُّ بِفَضْلِهِ The Lord looked down upon them, or regarded them compassionately, (أَشْرَفَ,) with his favour (O.) b4: Also He made a show of الطُّول [i. e. tallness], or الطَّوْل [i. e. beneficence, and excellence, &c.]. (TA.) b5: تطاول عَلَيْهِ and ↓ استطال signify the same; (Az, S, O, Msb, K, TA;) He held up his head with a show of superiority over him; (Az, TA;) [i. e. he behaved haughtily, arrogantly, overweeningly, overbearingly, domineeringly, or proudly, towards him; domineered over him; or exalted himself above him;] or he overbore, overpowered, subdued, or oppressed, him: (Msb:) عليه ↓ استطال is also expl. as meaning he arrogated to himself excellence over him, syn. تَفَضَّلَ; (K, TA;) and exalted himself above him: (TA:) and عَلَيْهِمْ ↓ استطالوا as meaning they slew of them more than they [the latter] had slain (S, O, K) of them [the former]: (O:) and فِى عِرْضِ النَّاسِ ↓ الاِسْتِطَالَةُ occurs in a trad. as meaning the contemning of men, and exalting oneself above them, and reviling them, vilifying them, or detracting from their reputation. (TA.) One says also تطاول بِمَا عِنْدَهُ He exalted, or magnified, or boasted, himself in, or he boasted of, what he possessed. (TA in art. فتح.) And الفَحْلُ يَتَطَاوَلُ عَلَى إِبِلِهِ The stallion [overbears, or] drives as he pleases, and repels the other stallions from, his she-camels. (O.) b6: and تَطَاوَلَا They vied, competed, or contended for superiority, each with the other [in الطُّول i. e. tallness, or in الطَّوْل i. e. beneficence, and excel-lence, &c.: see 3]. (TA.) 10 استطال: see 1, first sentence. b2: Also It extended and rose; (K, TA;) said of a crack [in a wall]; like استطار: mentioned by Th. (TA.) [And likewise said, in the same sense, of the dawn, i. e., of the false dawn; in which case it is opposed to استطار: see مُسْتَطِيلٌ.] b3: See also 6, in four places.

A2: This verb is also used, by Z and Bd, in a trans. sense; and استطالهُ, occurring in the “ Mufassal ” [of Z] is expl. as meaning عَدَّهُ طَوِيلًا [He reckoned it long, &c.]; and in like manner it is used by Es-Saad in the “ Mutowwal: ” but this usage is on the ground of analogy [only]; for, accord. to the genuine lexical usage, it is intransitive. (TA.) طَوْلٌ [is originally an inf. n.: (see طَالَ عَلَيْهِ:) and, used as a simple subst.,] signifies Beneficence; and bounty: (S, TA:) and [a benefit, a favour, a boon, or] a gift. (Har p. 58.) b2: And, (O, K, TA,) as also ↓ طَائِلٌ and ↓ طَائِلَةٌ, (K, TA,) Excellence, excess, or superabundance: and power, or ability: and wealth, or competence: and ampleness of circumstances: (O, K, TA:) and superiority, or ascendancy. (O, TA.) One says, لِفُلَانٍ عَلَى

فُلَانٍ طَوْلٌ To such a one belongs excellence, or superabundance, above such a one. (O. [and the like is said in the Mgh.]) And it is said in the Kur [iv. 29], وَمَنْ لَمْ يَسْتَطِعْ مِنْكُمْ طَوْلًا

أَنْ يَنْكِحَ المُحْصَنَاتِ, meaning And such of you as is not able to obtain superabundance so that he may marry the free women, let him marry a female slave; (Mgh;) i. e. such as is not able to give the dowry of the free woman, (Mgh, O, TA,) as expl. by Zj. (Mgh, TA.) In the phrase طَوْلُ الحُرَّةِ, the former word is originally the inf. n. of the verb in طَالَ عَلَيْهَا meaning “ he benefited her; ” because, when one is able to give the dowry of the free woman, and pays it, he benefits her: or, as some of the lawyers says, this phrase means The superabundance of the means of sustenance that suffices for the marrying of the free woman, agreeably with a saying of Az: or, as some say, طول means wealth, or competence; and the phrase is originally طَوْلٌ

إِلَى الحُرَّةِ, i. e. ampleness of wealth such as supplies the means of attaining to the free woman: or originally طَوْلٌ عَلَى الحُرَّةِ, meaning power, or ability, for the marrying of the free woman: (Msb:) Esh-Shaabee is related to have used the phrase الطَّوْلُ إِلَى الحُرَّةِ; and in like manner are I'Ab and Jábir and Sa'eed Ibn-Jubeyr. (Mgh.) ذِى الطَّوْلِ in the Kur xl. 3 means The Possessor of all-sufficiency, and of superabundance, or of bounty: (O:) or the Possessor of power: or of bounty, and beneficence. (TA.) And أُولُو الطَّوْلِ مِنْهُمْ in the Kur ix. 87 means Those, of them, who are possessors of superabundance, and of opulence. (Bd.) b3: See also طِوَلٌ, latter half, in two places.

طُولٌ [is originally an inf. n.: (see 1, first sentence:) and, used as a simple subst.,] signifies Length; and tallness, or height; contr. of عَرْضٌ; (S, O, Msb;) or of قِصَرٌ: (M, TA:) pl. أَطْوَالٌ: (Msb:) it is in man and other animals, and in inanimate things: (TA:) in real things, or substances; and also in ideal things, or attributes, as time and the like. (Er-Rághib, TA.) [One says, قَطَعَهُ طُولًا and بِالطُّولِ He cut it lengthwise.] b2: And The utmost extent of time. (TA.) You say, لَا أُكَلِّمُهُ طُولَ الدَّهْرِ (S, O, TA) and الدَّهْرِ ↓ طَوَالَ, (S, O, K, * TA,) both meaning the same, (S, O, TA,) i. e. [I will not speak to him] during the utmost extent of time. (K, * TA.) b3: [In geography, The longitude of a place: pl. as above.] b4: See also طِوَلٌ, in two places.

طَوَلٌ Length in the upper lip of the camel, (M, K, TA,) beyond the lower. (M, TA.) طُوَلٌ: see طِوَلٌ.

A2: Also pl. of طُولَى, fem. of أَطْوَلُ [q. v.].

طِوَلٌ, for which ↓ طِوَلٌّ occurs in poetry, (S, O, K,) and ↓ طِيَلٌ, for which also ↓ طِيَلٌّ occurs in poetry, (K) and ↓ طَوِيلَةٌ, (Lth, O, K,) but this is disapproved by Az, (TA,) and ↓ تِطْوَلٌ, (K,) A tether; i. e. the rope that is extended for a horse or similar beast, and attached to which he pastures: (S, O:) a rope with which the leg of such a beast is bound: (K:) a long rope thus used: (TA:) or with which one binds him, holding its extremity, and letting the beast pasture: (K, TA:) or of which one of the two ends is bound to a stake, and the other to the fore leg of a horse, in order that he may go round about bound thereby, and pasture, and not go away at random. (TA.) An ex. of the first of these words occurs in a verse of Tarafeh cited voce ثِنْىٌ. (S, O.) And it is said in a trad. that when a man of an army alights in a place, he may debar others from the extent of the طِوَل of his horse. (TA.) b2: أَرْخَى لَهُ الطِّوَلَ [lit. meaning He relaxed, or slackened, to him the tether] means [also] (tropical:) he left him to his own affair. (A and TA in art. رخو.) b3: And one says, طَالَ طِوَلُكَ and ↓ طِيَلُكَ and ↓ طِيلُكَ and ↓ طُولُكَ and ↓ طُوَلُكَ and ↓ طَوَالُكَ and ↓ طِيَالُكَ (ISk, S, O, K) and ↓ طَوْلُكَ (K) meaning (assumed tropical:) Thy life [has become long; or may thy life become long]: (ISk, S, O, K: [see also طِيلَةٌ:]) or thine absence: (S, K:) or (tropical:) thy tarrying, (A, K, TA,) and thy flagging in an affair. (A, TA.) Tufeyl says, أَتَانَا فَلَمْ نَدْفَعْهُ إِذْ جَآءَ طَارِقًا فَانْزِلِ ↓ وَقُلْنَا لَهُ طَالَ طَوْلُكَ meaning [He came to us, and we did not repel him since he came as a nightly visiter, and we said to him,] Thy case in respect of the length of the journey and the endurance of travel [has been long, therefore alight thou: or the right reading may be ↓ طُولُكَ, which is better known]: or, as some relate it, ↓ طِيلُكَ. (TA.) [It is also said that] طِوَلٌ is a pl. [or rather a coll. gen. n.] of which the sing. [or n. un.] is ↓ طِوَلَةٌ; and in like manner, ↓ طِيَلٌ, of ↓ طِيَلَةٌ. (TA.) طِيلٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, latter half, in two places. b2: [In the phrases طِيلٌ يَوْمٌ and طِيلٌ لَيْلَةٌ, it app. means A tedious period, or length of time.]

طِيَلٌ: see طِوَلٌ, in three places.

طَالَةٌ A she-ass: (O, K:) said to occur [as meaning a wild she-ass] in a poem of Dhu-rRummeh, who likens thereto his she-camel: but unknown to Az. (TA.) طِيلَةٌ Life; the period of life. (K, TA.) One says, أَطَالَ اللّٰهُ طِيلَتَهُ [God prolonged, or may God prolong, his life]. (TA.) [See also طِوَلٌ.]

طِوَلَةٌ: see طِوَلٌ, last sentence.

طِيَلَةٌ: see طِوَلٌ, last sentence.

طُولَى [fem. of أَطْوَلُ: used as a subst.,] A high, or an elevated, state or condition: pl. طُوَلٌ. (K.) طُولَانِىٌّ: see طُوَّالٌ.

طِوَلٌّ: see طِوَلٌ, first sentence.

طِيَلٌّ: see طِوَلٌ, first sentence.

طَوَالٌ: see طُولٌ: b2: and see also طِوَلٌ.

طُوَالٌ: see طَوِيلٌ: b2: and see also طُوَّالٌ.

طِيَالٌ: see طِوَلٌ.

طَوِيلٌ Elongated, or extended; [i. e. long; and tall, or high;] (S, O, Msb, K;) as also ↓ طُوَالٌ; (S, O, K; but see طُوَّالٌ;) and ↓ مُسْتَطِيلٌ: and ↓ أَطْوَلُ is used in the sense of طَوِيلَةٌ, [being syn. sometimes with طَوِيلٌ and طَوِيلَةٌ,] in a verse of El-Farezdak cited voce عَزِيزٌ: (O, TA:) [it seems, from a comparison of explanations of سُرْحُوبٌ and سَلْهَبٌ &c. in the S and K, that طَوِيلٌ applied to a horse or the like generally signifies long-bodied:] طَوِيلٌ is the only epithet, known to IJ, of the measure فَعِيلٌ having the ف and ل sound and having و for its ع, except صَوِيبٌ and قَوِيمٌ; for عَوِيصٌ is [held by him to be only] used as a subst.: (M in art. صوب:) the pl. (of طَوِيلٌ and طُوَالٌ, TA) is طِوَالٌ (S, O, Msb, K) and طِيَالٌ; (S, O, K;) the latter anomalous, and said by IJ to occur only in one verse: (TA:) the fem. is طَوِيلَةٌ (Msb, K) and طُوَالَةٌ; (K, * TA;) and the pl. of the former of these is طَوِيلَاتٌ. (Msb.) b2: They said, إِنَّ اللَّيْلَ طَوِيلٌ وَلَا يَطُلْ إِلَّا بِخَيْرٍ [Verily the night is long, and may it not be long save with good fortune]: mentioned by Lh, as expressing a prayer. (TA.) And قَصِيرَةٌ مِنْ طَوِيلَةٍ [A short thing from a tall thing]; meaning a date from a palm-tree: a prov., alluding to the abridging of speech, or language. (IAar, Meyd, K.) See also 4. b3: الطَّوِيلُ is also the name of A certain kind of metre of verse; (S, O, K;) [namely, the first;] consisting of فَعُولُنْ مَفَاعِيلُنْ eight [a mistake for four] times: (O, TA:) so called because it is the longest of all the metres of verse; originally comprising forty-eight letters: (TA:) a postclassical term. (S, O, K.) طَوِيلَةٌ as a subst.: see طِوَلٌ.

طُوَّلٌ A certain bird, (S, O, K,) of the aquatic kind, having long legs. (O, K.) طَيِّلَةُ الرِّيحِ The wind's counterwind. (S, O, K.) طُوَّالٌ Very, or exceedingly, tall; (S, O, K, TA;) applied to a man; as also, in the same sense, ↓ طُوَالٌ, (TA,) the latter having a stronger signification than طَوِيلٌ, [with which it is mentioned above as syn.,] (TA voce رَكِيكٌ,) or it denotes less than طُوَّالٌ; (O in art. ظرف;) and so ↓ طُولَانِىٌّ and ↓ مُطَاوِلٌ, in the dial. of the vulgar: طُوَّالٌ has no broken pl., its pl. being only طُوَّالُونَ: its fem. is with ة, and so is that of طُوَالٌ; each applied to a woman. (TA.) طَائِلٌ Benefiting; bestowing, or conferring, a benefit or benefits, or a favour or favours. (Msb.) b2: [Hence its usage in the following exs.] One says of that which is vile, or contemptible, (Msb, K, TA,) هُوَ غَيْرَ طَائِلٍ, (Msb,) or مَا هُوَ بِطَائِلٍ, (K, TA,) [It is not good for anything; it is unprofitable, useless, or worthless]; and in this manner it is used alike as masc. and fem. (TA.) And it is said in a trad., ضَرَبْتُهُ بِسَيْفٍ غَيْرِ طَائِلٍ, meaning I smote him with a sword that was not sharp. (TA.) And in another trad., كُفِّنَ فِى كَفَنٍ

غَيْرِ طَائِلٍ i. e. [He was shrouded in grave-clothing] not of delicate texture, and not of a goodly kind. (TA.) b3: And [hence] it signifies [also] Benefit, profit, utility, or avail; and excellence: thus in the saying, هٰذَا أَمْرٌ لَا طَائِلَ فِيهِ [This is an affair in which is no benefit, &c.]: (S, O, TA:) and لَمْ يَحْلَ مِنْهُ بِطَائِلٍ [He did not find or experience, or get or obtain, from it, or him, any benefit, &c.]: it is only used in negative phrases [in this sense]: (S, O, K, TA:) and [thus] one says also, نَطَقَ بِمَا لَا طَائِلَ تَحْتَهُ [He spoke that in which was no profit]. (TA in art. بوق.) See also طَوْلٌ, second sentence.

طَائِلَةٌ: see طَوْلٌ, second sentence. b2: Also Enmity: and blood-revenge: (S, O, K, TA:) pl. طَوَائِلُ. (TA.) You say, فُلَانٌ يَطْلُبُ بَنِى فُلَانٍ

بِطَائِلَةٍ i. e. Such a one seeks to obtain of the sons of such a one blood-revenge. (TA.) [See also an ex. in art. عقل, conj. 8.]

أَطْوَلُ Exceeding, or surpassing, in الطُّول [i. e. length, and tallness or height]: (S, O, Msb, * K:) and also in الطَّوْل [i. e. beneficence, and excellence, &c.]: (S, O, K:) fem. طُولَى: (S, O, Msb, K:) pl. of the former, applied to men, أَطَاوِلُ; (S, O;) and of the latter طُوَلٌ. (S, O, Msb, K. *) السَّبْعُ الطُّوَلُ, i. e. The seven longer chapters of the Kur-án, (O, TA,) are the chapter of البَقَرَة and the next five chapters of which the last is الأَعْرَاف, and one other, which is the chapter of يُونُس, or الأَنْفَال and بَرَآءَة together, these being regarded as one chapter, (O, K, TA,) or, as some say, الكَهْف, and some say التَّوْبَة [which is the same as بَرَآءَة]; and some say [the chapters vulgarly called] the حَوَامِيم [which are the fortieth and six following chapters]: but the first of all these sayings is the right. (TA.) And طُولَى الطُّولَيَيْنِ [The longer of the two longer chapters of the Kur-án], occurring in a trad. of Umm-Selemeh, was expl. by her as meaning the chapter of الأَعْرَاف: (O:) الطُّولَيَانِ meaning الأَنْعَام and الأَعْرَاف. (TA.) أَسْرَعُكُنَّ لُحُوقًا بِى أَطْوَلُكُنَّ يَدًا, or, as some relate it لَحَاقًا, as saying of the Prophet to his wives, means [The quickest of you in attaining to me is, or will be,] the most extensive of you in giving. (O.) b2: See also طَوِيلٌ. b3: Also A camel whose upper lip is long, (S, O, K, TA,) extending beyond the lower. (TA.) تِطْوَلٌ: see طِوَلٌ, first sentence.

مِطْوَلٌ The penis. (O, K.) b2: And A halter; syn. رَسَنٌ: (K:) pl. مَطَاوِلُ, signifying the halters (أَرْسَان) of horses. (O, K.) مُطَاوِلٌ: see طُوَّالٌ. [And see also its verb.]

مَدًى مُتَطَاوِلٌ A distant limit, or far-extending space. (W p. 50.) مُسْتَطَالٌ is used by Z and Bd as meaning Reckoned long, on the ground of analogy. (TA. [See its verb.]) مُسْتَطِيلٌ: see طَوِيلٌ. الفَجْرُ المُسْتَطِيلُ is The first dawn; also called the false; and termed ذَنَبُ السِّرْحَانِ [the tail of the wolf], because it appears rising without extending laterally: (Msb:) opposed to المُسْتَطِيرُ. (TA in art. طير.)
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