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

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2702. عتم16 2703. عته13 2704. عث5 2705. عثر18 2706. عثكل8 2707. عثم122708. عثن12 2709. عج6 2710. عجب16 2711. عجر18 2712. عجرف9 2713. عجز17 2714. عجس10 2715. عجف17 2716. عجل18 2717. عجم20 2718. عجن16 2719. عجو7 2720. عد8 2721. عدس16 2722. عدف9 2723. عدل22 2724. عدم14 2725. عدن19 2726. عدو11 2727. عذب16 2728. عذر22 2729. عذط8 2730. عذف8 2731. عذق13 2732. عذل15 2733. عذو6 2734. عذى2 2735. عر6 2736. عرب22 2737. عربد8 2738. عربن7 2739. عرتب4 2740. عرتن4 2741. عرج18 2742. عرجن12 2743. عرد12 2744. عرس21 2745. عرش21 2746. عرص14 2747. عرصف6 2748. عرض22 2749. عرضن4 2750. عرطب5 2751. عرف20 2752. عرفج10 2753. عرفط7 2754. عرق20 2755. عرقب13 2756. عرك12 2757. عرم20 2758. عرمض6 2759. عرن17 2760. عرو10 2761. عرى4 2762. عز8 2763. عزب18 2764. عزر19 2765. عزف17 2766. عزق13 2767. عزل19 2768. عزم17 2769. عزو10 2770. عزى3 2771. عس6 2772. عسب18 2773. عسج9 2774. عسجد7 2775. عسر19 2776. عسف18 2777. عسكر10 2778. عسل17 2779. عسلج7 2780. عسم14 2781. عسو7 2782. عسى4 2783. عش6 2784. عشب16 2785. عشر20 2786. عشرق6 2787. عشق12 2788. عشو10 2789. عص5 2790. عصب20 2791. عصد13 2792. عصر21 2793. عصف17 2794. عصفر13 2795. عصل12 2796. عصم18 2797. عصو8 2798. عصى3 2799. عض6 2800. عضب14 2801. عضد20 Prev. 100




1 عَثَمَ, said of a broken bone, (S, K,) or it is peculiarly said of the arm, (K, [i. e. one says عَثَمَتِ اليَدُ,]) aor. عَثِمَ, (PS,) inf. n. عَثْمٌ, (TA,) It became set unevenly, (S, K, TA,) i. e. [forming a node, or protuberance, like a swelling, not so hard as bone, (see عثْمٌ, below,) or] so as to have an unevenness remaining in it: (TA:) or, said of a broken bone, it approached to a state of consolidation, but was not as yet consolidated; and in like manner, a wound: (ISh, TA:) or it was, or became, in a bad state, and wanting in its former strength, or in its form. (TA.) and عَثِمَ, aor. عَثَمَ, inf. n. عَثَمٌ, said of a [broken] bone, signifies [the same, or] It was badly set, so that there remained in it an unevenness. (TA.) And sometimes it is used metaphorically in relation to the sword: so says IJ. (TA. [In a verse there cited as an ex., the verb app. relates to a sword in its scabbard or its case cut in pieces by another sword.]) b2: عَثَمَ said of a wound means as expl. above: (ISh, TA:) or It became callous, and covered with a skin, but not as yet healed. (K.) A2: عَثَمْتُهُ I set it unevenly, [so as to form a node, or protuberance, like a swelling, not so hard as bone, (see the first sentence above,)] namely, a broken bone; (S, K;) the verb being trans. as well as intrans., (S, TA,) like رَجَعَ and وَقَفَ. (TA.) b2: And عَثَمَتِ المَزَادَةَ, (S, K,) inf. n. عَثْمٌ, (TA,) She sewed the مزادة [or leathern water-bag] not strongly, or not firmly; (S, K;) as also ↓ اِعْتَثَمَتْهَا; (S, TA;) in the K, erroneously, ↓ أَعْثَمَتْهَا. (TA.) 2 عثّمهُ, inf. n. تَعْثِيمٌ, He set it; namely, a [broken] bone. (TA.) 4 أَعْثَمَ see 1, last sentence.8 إِعْتَثَمَ see 1, last sentence. b2: [Hence,] it is said in a prov., إِلَّا أَكُنْ صَنَعًا فَإِنِّى أَعْتَثِمُ, meaning (assumed tropical:) If I be not skilful, verily I do according to the degree of my knowledge. (S, Meyd.) A2: اعتثم بِهِ He sought help by means of it; (S, K;) and profited by it, or made use of it. (K.) One says, خُذْ هٰذَا فَاعْتَثِمْ بِهِ Take thou this, and seek help by means of it [or profit by it]. (S.) b2: and اعتثم بِيَدِهِ He extended, or stretched forth, his arm, or hand; syn. أَهْوَى بِهَا. (K.) عَثْمٌ inf. n. of 1 [q. v.]. (TA.) b2: جُبِرَتْ يَدُهُ عَلَى عَثْمٍ means عَلَى عُقْدَةٍ, (S and O in art. عقد,) [i. e. His arm was set and joined unevenly,] so as to form a node, or protuberance, like a swelling, not so hard as bone. (ISk, L in art. اجر.) عَثِمٌ, applied to a [broken] bone, Badly set, so as to have an unevenness remaining in it. (TA.) [And ↓ عَثْمَآءُ signifies the same, applied to an arm (يَدٌ); expl. by Golius as applied to a hand, and meaning Distortedly consolidated, on the authority of Meyd.]

عَثْمَآءُ: see the next preceding paragraph.

عُثْمَانٌ The young one of the [species of bustard called] حُبَارَى. (S, K.) b2: And The young one of the [serpent called] ثُعْبَان. (AA, K.) And, (K,) some say, (TA,) The serpent, (AA, K,) of whatever species it be: (AA:) or the young one thereof. (AA, Mgh, K.) And أَبُو عُثْمَانَ is a surname of The serpent; (K, TA;) mentioned by 'Alee Ibn-Hamzeh. (TA.) عَيْثَمٌ, applied to a camel, Big, or bulky, tall, and thick. (TA.) A2: See also عَيْثَامٌ.

عَيْثَمِىٌّ The wild ass; (K, TA;) so called because of his bigness, or bulkiness, and strength. (TA.) عَيْثَامٌ (in the T, voce دُلْبٌ, written ↓ عَيْثَمٌ,) A species of tree; (S, K, TA;) said to be the same as the دُلْب [q. v.]; it is a white tree, that grows very tall: n. un. with ة. (TA.) A2: Also A certain sort of food, in which locusts are cooked; (K, TA;) of the food of the people of the desert. (TA.) عَيْثُومٌ A great camel. (As, S. [See also عَيْتُومٌ.]) And Anything big, or bulky, and strong. (TA.) b2: And The female elephant: (El-Ghanawee, S:) or the elephant, male and female: (K:) pl. عَيَاثِمُ. (TA.) b3: And The ضَبُع [i. e. hyena, or female hyena]. (A'Obeyd, S, K.) عَثَمْثَمٌ Strong; applied to a camel; (AA, S;) and to a mule; and likewise to a shoulder: (IAar, TA:) or, applied to a camel, strong and tall: (K, TA:) or tall and thick: or big, or bulky: (TA:) fem. with ة: (AA, S, K, TA:) pl. عَثَمْثَمَاتٌ. (TA.) b2: And The lion: (AA, S, K:) so called because of the heaviness of his tread. (AA, S.)
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