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2667. ظفر19 2668. ظل5 2669. ظلع15 2670. ظلف16 2671. ظلم21 2672. ظمأ132673. ظمخ5 2674. ظمو1 2675. ظمى3 2676. ظن8 2677. ظنب11 2678. ظهر20 2679. ظوف7 2680. ظى1 2681. ع6 2682. عب6 2683. عبأ13 2684. عبث16 2685. عبد20 2686. عبر16 2687. عبس19 2688. عبط17 2689. عبق14 2690. عبقر15 2691. عبك9 2692. عبل14 2693. عبهل8 2694. عبو7 2695. عبى5 2696. عتب20 2697. عتد19 2698. عتر20 2699. عتق21 2700. عتك11 2701. عتل17 2702. عتم17 2703. عته14 2704. عث5 2705. عثر19 2706. عثكل9 2707. عثم13 2708. عثن13 2709. عج6 2710. عجب17 2711. عجر19 2712. عجرف10 2713. عجز18 2714. عجس11 2715. عجف18 2716. عجل19 2717. عجم21 2718. عجن17 2719. عجو8 2720. عد8 2721. عدس17 2722. عدف10 2723. عدل23 2724. عدم15 2725. عدن20 2726. عدو12 2727. عذب17 2728. عذر23 2729. عذط8 2730. عذف9 2731. عذق14 2732. عذل16 2733. عذو7 2734. عذى2 2735. عر6 2736. عرب23 2737. عربد9 2738. عربن8 2739. عرتب4 2740. عرتن5 2741. عرج19 2742. عرجن13 2743. عرد13 2744. عرس22 2745. عرش22 2746. عرص15 2747. عرصف6 2748. عرض23 2749. عرضن4 2750. عرطب5 2751. عرف21 2752. عرفج10 2753. عرفط7 2754. عرق21 2755. عرقب14 2756. عرك13 2757. عرم21 2758. عرمض7 2759. عرن18 2760. عرو11 2761. عرى4 2762. عز8 2763. عزب19 2764. عزر20 2765. عزف18 2766. عزق14 Prev. 100
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أ1 ظَمِئَ, (T, S, M, &c.,) aor. ظَمَاَ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. ظَمَأٌ (T, S, M, Msb, K) and ظَمْءٌ (TA) and ظَمَآءٌ (T, M, K) and ظَمَآءَةٌ, (M, K, TA,) in one copy of the K ظَمْأَة, (TA,) He thirsted, or was thirsty: (S, M, Msb, K:) or as some say, he thirsted in the slightest degree. (M, TA.) b2: Hence, (M,) ظَمِئَ إِلَى لِقَائِهِ (tropical:) He desired, or longed, [or, as we often say, thirsted,] to meet with him. (S, M, K, * TA.) 2 ظَمَّاَ see the next paragraph.4 اظمأهُ, (T, * S, Msb, K,) inf. n. إِظْمَآءٌ; (T;) and ↓ ظمّأهُ, (T, * Msb, K,) inf. n. تَظْمِئَةٌ; (T, S;) He made him to thirst: (S, Msb, K:) [or to thirst most vehemently: or to thirst in the slightest degree: see 1.] b2: And (K) (tropical:) He made him lean, or lank, namely, a horse, (T, * K, TA,) by sweating him. (TA.) [See also 4 in art. ظمى.]5 تظمّأ He constrained himself to endure with patience a state of thirst. (A, TA.) ظِمْءٌ a subst. from ظَمِئَ (S, M, K) in both of its senses; (M, K;) [i. e.] it signifies Thirst: (MA:) [or most vehement thirst: or the slightest degree of thirst:] pl. أَظْمَآءٌ. (MA.) b2: [and (tropical:) Desire, or a longing, (or, as we often say, a thirsting,) to meet with a person. See 1.] b3: And (S, M, K) The time, or interval, or period, between two drinkings, or waterings, (T, S, M, K,) in the coming of camels to water: (T:) and the keeping of camels from the water [during that interval, i. e.] until the extreme limit of the coming thereto: (S:) pl. أَظْمَآءٌ. (T, S, M.) The shortest ظِمْءٌ of camels is that termed غِبٌّ, i. e., when they come to the water one day and return, and are in the place of pasture a day, and come to the water [again] on the third day; the interval between their two drinkings being termed a ظِمْء: this is during the greatest heat: but when Suheyl [i. e. Canopus] rises [aurorally, which it did in Central Arabia, about the commencement of the era of the Flight, on the 4th of August, O. S.], they increase the ظِمْء, so that the camels remain in the place of pasture two days, and come to the water on the fourth; and one says, وَرَدَتْ رِبْعًا: then follow the خِمْس and the سِدْس to the عِشْر: and the interval between their two drinkings is termed ظِمْءٌ, whether long or short. (T.) One says, مَا بَقِىَ مِنْ عُمُرِهِ إِلَّا ظِمْءُ الحِمَارِ, (T, S, * K, * TA,) meaning There remained not of his life save a little; [lit., save the period between the two drinkings of the ass;] (S, K, * TA;) because there is no beast that bears thirst for a shorter time than the ass; (T, S, * K, * TA;) for he comes to the water in summer every day twice. (T, TA.) b4: الظِّمْءُ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The period from birth to death; (K;) or so ظِمْءُ الحَيَاةِ. (S, M, TA.) b5: ظِمْوٌ is a dial. var. of ظِمْءٌ. (T and M in art. ظمو.) ظَمِئٌ: see the next paragraph.

ظَمْآنُ, (T, S, M, Msb, &c.,) fem. ظَمْأَى, (T, S, M, A, L, Msb,) both imperfectly decl.; (T;) or ظَمْآنٌ, fem. ظَمْآنَةٌ; (K; [but this requires consideration, for its correctness is extremely doubtful;]) and ↓ ظَمِئٌ, (so in the K accord. to the TA, and so in my MS. copy of the K,) like كَتِفٌ, [agreeably with analogy as part. n. of ظَمِئَ, and therefore probably correct,] (TA,) or ↓ ظَمِىْءٌ, (so in a copy of the M and in the CK,) fem. [of the former] ظَمِئَةٌ, like فَرِحَةٌ, mentioned by Ibn-Málik, but generally held to be disused; (MF, TA;) and ظَامٍ, like رَامٍ; (TA; [app. for ↓ ظَامِئٌ;]) Thirsty: (S, M, Msb, K:) or most vehemently thirsty: (T, M, K:) or thirsty in the slightest degree: (M, TA:) pl. (of the first, M, Msb, and of the second, M, or of all, mase. and fem., TA) ظِمَآءٌ (T, S, M, Msb, K) and ظُمَآءٌ, which is extr., (K, TA,) being of a form applying to only about ten words, (TA,) mentioned on the authority of Lh, (K, TA,) by ISd in the “ Mukhassas. ” (TA.) b2: [Hence,] one says, أَنَا ظَمْآنُ إِلَى لِقَائِكَ (tropical:) I am desirous, or longing, [or, as we often say, thirsting,] to meet with thee. (A, TA.) b3: And وَجْهٌ ظَمْآنُ (tropical:) A face having little flesh, (T, TA,) the skin of which adheres to the bone, and the sap of which is little: (TA:) an expression of praise: contr. of وَجْهٌ رَيَّانُ, which is [said to be] an expression of dispraise. (A, TA.) And فَرَسٌ ظَمْآنُ الشَّوَى (assumed tropical:) A horse having little flesh upon the legs: (T in art. روى:) and so أَظْمَى الشَّوَى. (T in art. ظمى.) And سَاقٌ ظَمْأَى (assumed tropical:) A lean shank: (T, TA:) and so ساق ظَمْيَآءُ. (S and M and K in art. ظمى.) And عَيْنٌ ظَمْأَى (assumed tropical:) An eye having a thin, or delicate, lid: (M, TA:) and so عين ظَمْيَآءُ. (S and M and K in art. ظمى.) And فُصُوصُهُ ظِمَآءٌ (said of a horse, T, S, TA) (tropical:) His joints are [firm,] not flabby, or lax, (T, S, K, TA,) nor fleshy; (S, K, TA;) and are well braced; an expression of commendation: (T:) and مَفَاصِلُ ظِمَآءٌ (tropical:) Hard [or firm] joints, without flabbiness, or laxness: (A, TA:) accord, to IB, belonging to art. ظمى; but said in the T to be originally from ظمأ. (TA.) b4: And رِيحٌ ظَمْأَى (assumed tropical:) A wind that is hot, (As, T, K,) thirsty, not gentle, (K,) and without moisture. (As, T.) ظَمِىْءٌ: see ظَمْآنُ, first sentence.

ظَمَآءَةٌ (assumed tropical:) Evilness of nature, of a man, and meanness of disposition, and deficiency of equity to associates: (En-Nadr, T, K:) originating from the fact that he who is given to drink, if of an evil nature, does not act equitably to his associates. (T.) ظَامِئٌ: see ظَمْآنُ, first sentence.

أَظْمَأُ Tawny; applied to a spear: (A, TA:) and so أَظْمَى. (TA in art. ظمى.) b2: And Black; applied to an antelope and to a camel: pl. ظُمْءٌ. (A, TA.) مَظْمَأٌ A thirsty place of the earth or ground. (M, K.) مِظْمَآءٌ A very thirsty man. (K.) مِظْمَئِىٌّ Watered [only] by the rain: contr. of مَسْقَوِىٌّ: (K:) and so مَظْمِىٌّ: applied to seedproduce. (S and K in art. ظمى.)
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