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1 ظَلَعَ, aor. ظَلَعَ, inf. n. ظَلْعٌ, (S, Mgh, O, Msb, K,) said of a camel, (S, O, Msb, K,) and of a man also, (Msb, TA,) and, by Aboo-Dhu-eyb, of a horse, (S, TA,) [and likewise said of a dog, (see ظَالِعٌ,)] He limped, or halted, syn. غَمَزَ فِى

مَشْيِهِ, (S, O, Msb, K, TA,) and عَرِجَ; (TA;) or was slightly lame: (Mgh:) what it signifies resembles عَرَجٌ [or natural lameness], and therefore it is said to be a slight عَرَج. (Msb.) One says, اِرْقَ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ, (S, O, L, K,) a prov., (O, L,) meaning Ascend thou the mountain with knowledge [or because] of thy limping, or slight lameness, not jading thyself: (L:) or deal gently with thyself, and burden not thyself with more than thou art able to do: (S:) or impose upon thyself, of what is difficult, [only] what thou art able to do; for he who ascends a ladder or stair, or a mountain, when he is one who limps, or has a slight lameness, deals gently with himself; i. e. exceed not thy proper limit in thy threatening, but see thy deficiency, and thine impotence to execute it: (O, K: *) and some say اِرْقَأْ, with, meaning rectify thine affair first; (O, K;) or as meaning abstain, and restrain thyself; (O;) or, accord. to AZ, abstain thou, for I know thy vices, or faults: (TA:) or the meaning of both is, be silent, because, or in consideration, of the fault that is in thee. (Ks, O, K. *) One says also, اِرْقِ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ, with kesr to the ق, [meaning Charm thou thy slight lameness, to cure it,] from الرُّقْيَةُ: and it is said in another prov., اِرْقِ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ أَنْ يُهَاضَا [app. meaning Charm thou thy slight lameness, that it may become mitigated: see art. هيض: the final ا in يهاضا being what is termed أَلِفُ الإِطْلَاقِ, not a radical]. (O, K.) And قِ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ [Be cautious, because, or in consideration, of thy limping]: said when there is a vice, or fault, in a man, and you chide him in order that it may not be called to mind: (O, K: [for يَذْكُرَ in the CK, I read يُذْكَرَ, as in other copies of the K and in the O:]) and to this he replies, or may reply, وَقَيْتُ. (TA. [See also art. وقى.]) and اِرْبَعْ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ [Act gently, or with deliberation, or restrain thyself, because of thy limping]; meaning thou art weak; therefore refrain from that which thou art not able to do. (O, K. [See also art. ربع.]) And لَا يَرْبَعُ عَلَى ظَلْعِكَ مَنْ لَيْسَ يَحْزُنُهُ أَمْرُكَ, meaning He will not mind thine affair (Hr, O, K) whom thy condition does not grieve: (Hr, O:) or, originally, he will not pause because of thy limping, when thou laggest behind thy companions on account of thy weakness, who does not care for thy case. (Hr, O, K. * [See, again, art. ربع.]) b2: Also, said of a man, (tropical:) He stopped short, and lagged behind. (TA.) b3: ظَلَعَتِ الأَرْضُ بِأَهْلِهَا (tropical:) The land became straitened with its inhabitants, by reason of their multitude; (A 'Obeyd, S, O, K;) it would not bear them, by reason of their multitude, like the beast that limps with its load because of its heaviness. (Z, TA.) b4: ظَلَعَت said of a bitch, (tropical:) She desired copulation. (As, O, K, TA.) And ظَلَعَ said of a dog, (assumed tropical:) He desired to copulate. (TA.) A2: ظَلَعَتْ عَيْنَهَا She (a woman) contracted and inclined her eye. (TA.) 4 اظلع He made his camel, or beast, that he rode, to limp, or become lame. (A, TA.) 5 تَظَلَّعَ In the following saying of a poet, وَمَا ذَاكَ مِنْ جُرْمٍ أَتَيْتُهُمُ بِهِ وَلَا حَسَدٍ مِنِّى لَهُمْ يَتَظَلَّعُ ISd thinks the meaning to be, [And that was not a crime, or an offence, that I committed against them, nor envy on my part] arising in their minds, and occurring hastily to their understandings. (TA.) ظَلَعٌ, thus with fet-h to the ل, A declining from the truth, or from that which is right; and a sin, crime, fault, or misdeed. (TA.) ظُلَاعٌ A disease in the legs of a beast, not from journeying nor from fatigue, (Lth, K, TA, [in the O inadvertently written ضُلَاع,]) in consequence of which it limps. (Lth, TA.) ظَالِعٌ Limping, or halting; [or slightly lame;] applied to a camel, and a horse, [&c.,] (S,) [i. e.,] to a beast, (TA,) to the male and the female alike, (Lth, O, K, TA,) to the former as a part. n., and to the latter as a possessive noun, (TA,) like غَامِزٌ; (Lth, O, TA;) or the fem. of ظَالِعٌ is ظَالِعَةٌ, (S, O, K, TA,) but one does not say غَامِزَةٌ: (O, TA:) [pl. ظُلَّعٌ.] One says, لَا

أَنَامُ حَتَّى يَنَامَ ظَالِعُ الكِلَابِ [I will not sleep until the limping dog sleeps]; (O, K;) a prov., (O,) meaning, until the dogs become still; (O, K;) because the ظالع, of dogs, waits until there remains none other, and then copulates, and sleeps: (As, O, K:) b2: or the ظالع is the dog that is lusting for the female; for such does not sleep; and the saying is applied to him who is mindful of his affair, who does not neglect it: b3: or the bitch that is lusting for the male; because the dogs follow her, and will not let her sleep. (O, K.) b4: Also Inclining, or declining: (O, K:) like ضَالِعٌ. (TA.) b5: And [Declining from the truth, or from that which is right; (see ظَلَعٌ;)] committing a sin, crime, fault, or misdeed. (TA.) b6: And Suspected. (S, O, K.) A2: In the saying of Ru-beh, فَإِنْ تُخَالِجْنَ العُيُونَ الظُّلَّعَا [And if ye women vie with the contracted and inclined eyes], he means المَظْلُوعَةَ, [see 1, last sentence,] using the word in the manner of a possessive noun. (TA.) مُظْلِعٌ, applied to a load, i. q. مُضْلِعٌ [i. e. Heavily burdening, or overburdening, &c.; or causing to limp]. (TA.) مِظْلَاعٌ an epithet applied to a horse [and the like, as meaning That limps, or halts, much]. (TA.)
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