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

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2808. عط6 2809. عطب19 2810. عطد6 2811. عطر14 2812. عطرد8 2813. عطس152814. عطش16 2815. عطف19 2816. عطل19 2817. عطن16 2818. عطو10 2819. عظل12 2820. عظلم7 2821. عظم19 2822. عظو4 2823. عف6 2824. عفج9 2825. عفر20 2826. عفص15 2827. عفل11 2828. عفن15 2829. عفو10 2830. عفى2 2831. عق5 2832. عقب26 2833. عقد20 2834. عقر20 2835. عقرب11 2836. عقص16 2837. عقف13 2838. عقفر6 2839. عقل24 2840. عقم19 2841. عقو6 2842. عك7 2843. عكب10 2844. عكد11 2845. عكر17 2846. عكز14 2847. عكس15 2848. عكف18 2849. عكم14 2850. عكن11 2851. عل8 2852. علب16 2853. علث13 2854. علج16 2855. علد7 2856. علس11 2857. علط10 2858. علف18 2859. علق21 2860. علقم9 2861. علك13 2862. علم21 2863. علن16 2864. علند3 2865. علو10 2866. على4 2867. عم5 2868. عمت5 2869. عمج8 2870. عمد19 2871. عمر23 2872. عمرد4 2873. عمش13 2874. عمق15 2875. عمل16 2876. عملق11 2877. عمن8 2878. عمه11 2879. عمى9 2880. عن8 2881. عنب12 2882. عنبر10 2883. عنبس6 2884. عنت19 2885. عنج10 2886. عنجف3 2887. عند16 2888. عندلب7 2889. عندم4 2890. عنز14 2891. عنس17 2892. عنف18 2893. عنفق8 2894. عنق17 2895. عنكب7 2896. عنم12 2897. عنو9 2898. عنى2 2899. عه3 2900. عهج7 2901. عهد23 2902. عهر13 2903. عهل8 2904. عهن15 2905. عو2 2906. عوج15 2907. عود21 Prev. 100




1 عَطَسَ, aor. عَطِسَ (S, A, O, Msb, K) and عَطُسَ, (S, O, Msb, K,) the former of which is the more approved, and therefore it alone is mentioned in some copies [of the K], (TA,) inf. n. عَطْسٌ, (Msb,) or عُطَاسٌ, (S, * A,) or both, (O, K,) or the latter is a simple subst., (TA,) He sneezed; expl. by أَتَتْهُ العَطْسَةُ: (A, K:) [properly] said only of a man. (MF, from the “ Iktiráh. ”) It is said in a trad., كَانَ يُحِبُّ العُطَاسَ وَيَكْرَهُ التَّثَاؤُبَ [He (Mohammad) used to like sneezing, and dislike yawning]: (O, TA:) because the former is accompanied by lightness of the body, and openness of the pores, and facilitation of movements; whereas, in yawning, the contrary is the case; and these properties are caused by taking light nourishment and little food and drink: (TA:) but the Arabs used to augur evil from sneezing; (A, O;) so that if a man were journeying and heard a sneeze, it prevented him from going on. (A.) b2: عَطَسَ الصُّبْحُ, (S, O, K,) inf. n. عَطْسٌ, (TA,) (tropical:) The dawn broke: (S, K:) or shone forth. (A, Msb.) b3: عَطَسَتْ بِهِ اللُّجَمُ, (A, O, K,) and اللُّجُمُ, (A,) Evil omens brought ill luck upon him: (A, O: *) لُجَمٌ and لُجُمٌ are pls. of لُجْمَةٌ and لِجَامٌ, which are syn. with طِيَرَةٌ, because the طيرة refrains one from a thing that he wants: for they used to augur evil from sneezing [as remarked above]: (A:) or he died; (A, O, K;) as also عَطَسَ, alone. (K.) [See also غَطَسَ.]2 عطّسهُ, inf. n. تَعْطِيسٌ, He [or it] made him to sneeze. (K.) عَطْسَةٌ (S, A, O, K) and ↓ عُطَاسٌ (Msb, TA) [A sneeze, or a sneezing: or, accord. to the A and O and K, the latter is an inf. n.: see 1]. It is said, خُلِقَ السِّنَّوْرُ مِنْ عَطْسَةِ الأَسَدِ [The cat was created from the sneeze of the lion]: (A:) [app. because it resembles the lion in make and disposition: for] one says also, فُلَانٌ عَطْسَةُ فُلَانٍ, meaning Such a one resembles such a one in make and disposition; (A, O, K, TA;) and [in the same sense] they say, كَأَنَّهُ عَطْسَةٌ مِنْ أَنْفِهِ. (TA.) عُطَاسٌ: see عَطْسَةٌ. b2: العُطَاسُ (tropical:) The dawn, or daybreak; (Lth, Az, A, O, K;) as also ↓ العَاطِسُ. (K.) You say, جَآءَ فُلَانٌ قَبْلَ طُلُوعِ العُطَاسِ and هُبُوبِ العُطَاسِ (tropical:) [Such a one came before the rising of the dawn]. (A.) And a poet says, وَقَدْ أَغْتَدِى قَبْلَ العُطَاسِ بِسَابِحِ (assumed tropical:) [And sometimes I go early in the morning, before dawn, with a horse that runs stretching out his fore legs gracefully as if swimming]: but As relates that the meaning is said to be, before I hear the sneeze of a sneezer and augur evil from it; and that he had not heard any authority worthy of reliance for the meaning assigned by Lth. (TA.) عَطُوسٌ is [said to be] applied to a man as meaning Bold in wars and rigours, (TA in this art.,) [and to be] thus correctly, as written by Az and others, but in the O and K with غ. (TA in art. غطس.) b2: And one says, أَصَابَتْهُ اللُّجَمُ العَطُوسُ, (A, O, * K, *) and ↓ العَاطِسُ, (A, TA,) and اللُّجُمُ, (TA,) [accord. to the A, app. meaning A portentous event bringing ill luck befell him: (see 1, last sentence:) or] meaning death [befell him]: (O, K:) اللُّجَمُ being here made sing.; (A, TA;) and so اللُّجُمُ. (TA.) عَاطِسٌ: see عُطَاسٌ: A2: and see also عَطُوسٌ.

A3: Also A gazelle coming towards one from before his face; (A, O, K;) i. q. نَاطِحٌ: because one augurs evil from it. (A, TA.) عَاطُوسٌ A thing by which one is made to sneeze. (Seer, K.) b2: A certain beast, from which one augurs evil: (IAar, O, K:) or a certain fish in the sea, from which the Arabs augur evil. (IKh.) المَعْطِسُ (S, O, Msb, K) and المَعْطَسُ, (Lth, S, O, K,) the latter being sometimes used, (S,) or only the former, (Az,) The nose: (Lth, S, O, Msb, K:) pl. مَعَاطِسُ. (TA.) مُعَطَّسٌ Abased. (Ibn-'Abbád, A, O, K.) Yousay, رَدَدْتُهُ مُعَطَّسًا I repelled him abased. (A.)
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