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1 عَفِنَ, aor عَفَنَ, inf. n. عَفَنٌ (S, Mgh, Msb, K, TA, in the CK [erroneously] عَفْن,) and عُفُونَةٌ, (K,) It (a thing) was, or became, putrid, or rotten; i. e. it became decayed, (Mgh,) or in a corrupt, or an unsound, state, (Msb,) by the effect of moisture upon it, (Mgh, * Msb,) so as to become dissundered when felt: (Msb;) said of a rope, (S, K.) it became decayed (S,) or in a corrupt, or an unsound, state, (K,) from the effect of water, (S,) or from moisture, or some other cause, (TA,) so as to crumble on its being felt; as also ↓ تعفّن. (K.) And عَفِنَ اللَّحْمُ The flesh, or flesh-meat, became [stinking, or] altered [for the worse] in odour; and so ↓ تعقّن. (Msb.) A2: عَفَنَ اللَّحْمَ, (Msb, K,) aor. عَفِنَ, (Msb,) inf. n. عَفْنٌ, (TA,) He made the flesh, or flesh-meat, to become [stinking, or] altered [for the worse] (Msb, K) in odour; (Msb;) and ↓ عفّنهُ signifies the same (K.) A3: عَفَنَ فِى الجَبَلِ, (Kr, K.) inf. n. عَفْنٌ, (TA,) He ascended the mountain; (Kr, K;) as also عَثَنَ. (Kr, TA.) 2 عَفَّنَ see the preceding paragraph.4 اعفن He (a man) had his skin, or hide, or tanned skin or hide pierced with holes. (K.) b2: And ?? He found the flesh, or flesh-meat, to be [stinking, or] altered [for the worse] in odour. (Msb.) 5 تَعَفَّنَ see the first paragraph, in two places.

عَفِنٌ A thing, (Az, S,) or a rope, (K,) putrid, or rotten; i. e. decayed, (S,) or in a corrupt, or an unsound, state, (Az, K,) from moisture, (Az. S, * TA,) or some other cause, (TA,) and from being kept in a close place, (Az, TA,) so as to crumble on its being felt. (K.) And Flesh, or flesh-meat, (Msb, K,) [stinking, or] altered [ for the worse] in odour; (Msb;) or rendered so; as also ↓ مَعْفُونٌ. (K.) عُفُونَةٌ [mentioned above (see 1) as an inf. n.] Putridity, or rottenness; i. e. a state of decay from moisture &c. (S.) And [A stinking, or] alteration [for the worse] in odour, of flesh, or flesh-meat. (Msb.) مَعْفُونٌ: see عَفِنٌ.
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