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

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2738. عربن8 2739. عرتب4 2740. عرتن5 2741. عرج19 2742. عرجن13 2743. عرد132744. 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 2767. عزل20 2768. عزم18 2769. عزو11 2770. عزى3 2771. عس6 2772. عسب19 2773. عسج10 2774. عسجد7 2775. عسر20 2776. عسف19 2777. عسكر11 2778. عسل18 2779. عسلج8 2780. عسم15 2781. عسو8 2782. عسى4 2783. عش6 2784. عشب17 2785. عشر21 2786. عشرق7 2787. عشق13 2788. عشو11 2789. عص5 2790. عصب21 2791. عصد14 2792. عصر22 2793. عصف18 2794. عصفر14 2795. عصل13 2796. عصم19 2797. عصو9 2798. عصى3 2799. عض6 2800. عضب15 2801. عضد21 2802. عضرط8 2803. عضرفط5 2804. عضل20 2805. عضم8 2806. عضه18 2807. عضو9 2808. عط6 2809. عطب20 2810. عطد6 2811. عطر15 2812. عطرد8 2813. عطس16 2814. عطش17 2815. عطف20 2816. عطل20 2817. عطن17 2818. عطو11 2819. عظل13 2820. عظلم8 2821. عظم20 2822. عظو5 2823. عف6 2824. عفج10 2825. عفر21 2826. عفص16 2827. عفل12 2828. عفن16 2829. عفو11 2830. عفى2 2831. عق5 2832. عقب27 2833. عقد21 2834. عقر21 2835. عقرب12 2836. عقص17 2837. عقف14 Prev. 100




1 عَرَدَ, (AHn, S, O, K,) aor. عَرُدَ, inf. n. عُرُودٌ, (AHn, S, O,) It (a plant, and a canine tooth, &c.,) came forth, and became high, or tall: (S, O, K:) or it (a plant) came forth, and became high, or tall, and hard: (AHn, TA:) and it (a canine tooth, and a plant,) came forth altogether, and became hard and erect: it (a camel's tush) became thick and strong: and it (a tree) came forth: or became crooked: or became thick and great; as also ↓ اعرد. (TA.) A2: عَرَدَ الحَجَرَ, (K,) aor. عَرُدَ, inf. n. عَرْدٌ, (TA,) He threw the stone far. (K, TA.) b2: عرد بِحَاجَتِنَا [app. عَرَدَ] He did not accomplish our want. (TA.) A3: عَرِدَ: see the next paragraph, in two places.2 عرّد, inf. n. تَعْرِيدٌ, He (a man, S) fled; (IAar, S, O, K;) as also ↓ عَرِدَ, aor. عَرَدَ. (IAar, O, K.) He drew back, or drew back in fear, عَنْ قِرْنِهِ from his adversary: or he went away quickly, being put to flight. (TA.) He (a man) quitted the road: (O, K:) or he quitted the right direction of the road, and turned aside from it. (TA.) And عرّد عَنْهُ He turned aside, and went to a distance, or far away, from him, or it. (A.) b2: It (a star) rose high: and also it inclined to set after it had culminated: (O, K:) [or] it set. (A.) It (water) rose high. (A.) b3: And He, or it, descended, or alighted. (MF.) b4: عرّد السَّهْمُ فِى الرَّمِيَّةِ The arrow penetrated into the inside of the animal at which it was shot and its extremity went forth from the other side. (Aboo-Nasr, O, K.) A2: And عرّد, inf. n. تَعْرِيدٌ; (TA;) or ↓ عَرِدَ; (thus in the O, as on the authority of IAar;) He (a man, TA) became strong in body after disease. (IAar, O, TA.) 4 أَعْرَدَ see 1.5 تعرّد He was put to flight: (Freytag, from the “ Fákihet el-Khulafà,” p. 93, 1. 27:) probably post-classical.]

عَرْدٌ A thing, (S, O,) or anything, (TA,) hard: (S, O:) or strong, hard, and erect: (Lth, O, K:) or thick; (As, AHn, O;) as also ↓ عَارِدٌ and عُرُدٌ [correctly ↓ عُرُدٌّ] and عُرَيْدٌ [evidently a mistranscription for ↓ عُرُنْدٌ] and ↓ عَرِدٌ: (AHn, O:) and ↓ عَرَنْدَدٌ, (S, O, K,) quasi-coordinate to سَفَرْجَلٌ, (S, O,) and ↓ عُرُنْدٌ, (K, TA,) with two dammehs, (TA, in the CK عُرَنْد,) the ن being a substitute for د, (TA,) and ↓ عَرِدٌ (O, K) and ↓ عُرُدٌّ, (K,) signify hard, (S, O, K,) or hard and strong, applied to anything: (TA:) and ↓ عُرُدٌّ, applied to a spear, and a bow-string, signifies strong: (Fr, TA:) and ↓ عُرُنْدٌ, in measure like تُرُنْجٌ, applied to a bow-string, (Sb, S, O,) thick; (Sb, S;) or strong and thick; as also ↓ عُرُدٌّ; and thus both signify applied to a rope, or well-rope, and any other thing. (O.) One says, إِنَّهُ لَعَرْدُ مَغُرِزِ العُنُقِ [Verily he is hard, or strong, or thick, in respect of the base of the neck]. (Lth, O, TA.) b2: [Hence,] The penis: or a hard and strong penis: (TA:) or a penis distended and erect (O, K, TA) and hard: pl. أَعْرَادٌ. (TA.) b3: And The ass: (O, K:) so called because of the thickness of his neck. (TA.) b4: And [it is said to signify] The base of the neck. (K. [But this I think doubtful: see a saying mentioned above (in this paragraph), from a mistranscription of which it may have originated.]) عَرِدٌ: see عَرْدٌ, in two places. In the phrase عَرَادٌ عَرِدٌ, the latter word may be added to give intensiveness to the signification, or it may be used by poetic license for عَارِدٌ. (TA.) عُرُدٌّ: see عَرْدٌ, in four places.

عِرْدَادٌ The elephant: (O, K:) because of his thickness and bulkiness. (TA.) b2: And Courageous, and hard, or sturdy; (O, K;) applied to a man. (TA.) b3: And A staff by means of which the horse and the camel are tied. (O, K.) عَرَادٌ, applied to a plant, Thick and hard. (AHn, O, K.) b2: And A certain plant, (S, O, K,) of the kind termed حَمْض, (S,) hard and erect: (TA:) or a certain herb, said to be [of the kind termed] حَمْض, eaten by the camels, growing in sands and sand-plains: or, as some say, it is [a sort] of the نَجِيل [q. v.] that grows in good and salubrious land, remote from water: n. un. with ة: Az says, I have seen the عَرَادَة in the desert, [a plant] having hard wood, spreading branches, and no scent. (L.) b3: See also عَرَادَةٌ.

عَرِيدٌ Distant, or remote: (K:) of the dial. of El-Yemen. (TA.) A2: And Custom, habit, or wont. (Lh, K.) One says, مَا زَالَ ذٰلِكَ عَرِيدَهُ That ceased not to be his custom, habit, or wont. (Lh, TA.) [See also عِرْبَدٌّ.]

عَرَادَةٌ A single locust: (K: [if so, ↓ عَرَادٌ probably signifies locusts; as a coll. gen. n.:]) or a female locust. (S, O.) A2: And A state, or condition. (S, O, K.) You say, فُلَانٌ فِى عَرَادَةِ خَيْرٍ

Such a one is in a good state, or condition. (S, O.) عَرَّادَةٌ A certain thing, smaller than the مَنْجَنِيق, (S, O, K, TA,) but resembling it; (TA;) [i. e. an engine of war, app. similar to that called by the Romans onager;] that casts a stone to a long distance: (Ham p. 307:) pl. عَرَّادَاتٌ. (TA.) عُرُنْدٌ: see عَرْدٌ, in three places.

عَرَنْدَدٌ: see عَرْدٌ.

عَارِدٌ: see عَرْدٌ. b2: Also Separate; syn. مُنْتَبِذٌ. (K.) In the saying (S, O, K) of a rájiz, (S,) of a man of the Benoo-Asad, (O,) or of Hajl, (As, O, K, TA, in the CK Hajal,) a freedman of the Benoo-Fezárah, describing a male camel, [and the sutures of his skull,] (As, O, K,) or it is of Aboo-Mohammad El-Fak'asee, (IB, TA,) تَرَى شُؤُونَ رَأْسِهِ العَوَارِدَا (IB, O, K) not رَأْسِهَا, as in the S, (IB, K,) the last word [pl. of عَارِدٌ] means separate (مُنْتَبِذَة) one from another: or rugged (غَلِيظَة): (K:) or rising high, or elevated. (S, O.) مُعَرَّدٌ, applied to a bow-string, [like مُحَرَّدٌ,] i. q. مُجَرَّعٌ [q. v.] and مُعَجَّرٌ. (ISh, TA in art. جرع.) نِيقٌ مُعَرِّدٌ A high mountain-top. (O, TA.)
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