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1 عَقَفَهُ, (S, O, Msb, K,) aor. عَقِفَ, (O, Msb, K,) inf. n. عَقْفٌ, (S, O, Msb, KL,) He bent it; (S, O, Msb, K, KL;) crooked it; made it hooked; or doubled it: (KL:) and ↓ عقّفهُ, (Msb,) inf. n. تَعْقِيفٌ, (S, KL,) signifies [the same, or] he bent it, or crooked it: (S, Msb, KL:) [or he did so much:] and تَعْقِيفٌ signifies also the making crook-backed. (KL.) A2: عقفت, [app. عَقَفَتْ, the part. n. being عَاقِفَ, or this may be a possessive epithet, and, if so, the verb may be عَقِفَت or عُقِفَت,] said of a sheep or goat (شَاة), and likewise, sometimes, of any beast (دَابَّة), It had the disease termed عُقَاف [q. v.]. (TA.) 2 عَقَّفَ see the preceding paragraph.5 تَعَقَّفَ see the next following paragraph.7 انعقف It became bent, (S, O, Msb, K,) or crooked; (K;) as also in either sense, ↓ تعقّف. (O, K.) عَقْفٌ The fox. (IF, S, O, K.) So in the following verse, (ascribed by IF and IB to Homeyd El-Arkat, and by J to Homeyd Ibn-Thowr, but said by Sgh to be of neither of the Homeyds, TA,) كَأَنَّهُ عَقْفٌ تَوَلَّى يَهْرُبُ مِنْ أَكْلُبٍ يَتْبَعُهُنَّ أَكْلُبُ [As though he were a fox that had turned away fleeing from dogs which (other) dogs were following]. (S, O, TA.) عُقَافٌ A disease that attacks the sheep or goat, (S, O, K,) and sometimes any beast, (O,) in its legs, so that they become bent, or crooked, in consequence of it. (S, O, K.) عَقُوفٌ A cow's udder of which the stream of milk comes forth contrarily, on the occasion of milking. (AHát, O, K.) شَوْكَةٌ عَقِيفَةٌ A thorn bent like the crooked piece of iron in the head of the spindle. (TA.) عُقَّافَةٌ A piece of wood [or a stick] crooked [or hooked] at the head thereof, with which a thing is extended, (يُمَدّ, so in the O and L and copies of the K,) or drawn, or pulled, towards one, (يُحْجَنُ, so in the CK,) like the مِحْجَن [q. v.]: (O, L, K:) or it is [a part, app. the crooked, or hooked, head,] of the مِحْجَن: (Msb:) and some say that it is a صَوْلَجَان [q. v.]. (TA.) [In the present day it is applied to A hook, or a small hook.]

عَاقِفٌ, applied to a sheep or goat (شَاة, O, K), and sometimes to any beast (دَابَّة, O), Having the disease termed عُقَاف; as also الرِّجْلِ ↓ مَعْقُوفَةُ. (O, K.) أَعْقَفُ Anything (IDrd, O) bent, curved, crooked, [hooked,] contorted, or distorted. (IDrd, O, K.) And Bending. (O, K.) b2: A gazelle having the horns bent. (TA.) And [the fem.] عَقْفَآءُ A sheep or goat (شَاة) of which the horns are contorted [or bent down] upon its ears. (TA.) b3: Also (assumed tropical:) Coarse, rough, rude, or churlish; as an epithet applied to an Arab of the desert. (S, O, K.) b4: And (assumed tropical:) Poor; needy: (Lth, O, K:) pl. عُقْفَانٌ. (TA.) b5: and [the fem.] عَقْفَآءُ signifies [An iron hook;] a piece of iron of which the extremity has been contorted, and in which is a bending. (O, K.) شَعَرٌ مُعَقَّفٌ [Hair that is recurvate at the extremities; as though ending with hooks]: (M and TA voce أَحْجَنُ:) and ↓ شَعَرٌ مَعْقُوفٌ [signifies the same]. (TA in art. سدل.) [See also مُعَكَّفٌ, and مَعْكُوفٌ.]

مَعْقُوفٌ applied to an old man, Bent by reason of great age. (TA.) b2: See also عَاقِفٌ: b3: and مُعَقَّفٌ.
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