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2837. عقف14 2838. عقفر7 2839. عقل25 2840. عقم20 2841. عقو7 2842. عك72843. عكب11 2844. عكد12 2845. عكر18 2846. عكز15 2847. عكس16 2848. عكف19 2849. عكم15 2850. عكن12 2851. عل8 2852. علب17 2853. علث14 2854. علج17 2855. علد8 2856. علس12 2857. علط11 2858. علف19 2859. علق22 2860. علقم10 2861. علك14 2862. علم22 2863. علن17 2864. علند4 2865. علو11 2866. على4 2867. عم5 2868. عمت6 2869. عمج9 2870. عمد19 2871. عمر24 2872. عمرد4 2873. عمش14 2874. عمق16 2875. عمل17 2876. عملق11 2877. عمن9 2878. عمه12 2879. عمى9 2880. عن9 2881. عنب13 2882. عنبر11 2883. عنبس6 2884. عنت20 2885. عنج11 2886. عنجف3 2887. عند17 2888. عندلب7 2889. عندم4 2890. عنز15 2891. عنس18 2892. عنف19 2893. عنفق9 2894. عنق18 2895. عنكب7 2896. عنم13 2897. عنو10 2898. عنى2 2899. عه3 2900. عهج8 2901. عهد24 2902. عهر14 2903. عهل9 2904. عهن16 2905. عو2 2906. عوج16 2907. عود22 2908. عوذ18 2909. عور17 2910. عوز16 2911. عوش2 2912. عوص14 2913. عوض14 2914. عوط8 2915. عوف13 2916. عوق17 2917. عول19 2918. عوم17 2919. عون16 2920. عوه14 2921. عوى7 2922. عى1 2923. عيب17 2924. عيث15 2925. عيج9 2926. عيد8 2927. عير16 2928. عيس14 2929. عيش14 2930. عيص11 2931. عيط15 2932. عيف17 2933. عيق10 2934. عيل20 2935. عيم12 2936. عين20 Prev. 100
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1 عَكَّ, aor. عَكِّ, (S, O, K,) inf. n. عَكٌّ, (K,) It (a day) was, or became, [sultry; i. e.] vehemently hot, (S, O, K,) with moisture, and without wind. (K.) b2: And عَكَّ He (a man) remained, stayed, or abode, and confined himself. (IAar, TA.) A2: عَكَّتْهُ الحُمَّى, (S, O,) [aor., app., عَكُّ,] inf. n. عَكٌّ, (TA,) The fever clave to him, and heated him, or made him vehemently hot, (S, O, TA,) so that it emaciated him, or oppressed him. (TA.) b2: and عُكَّ He (a man) was, or became, fevered. (TA.) b3: And It boiled, or estuated, or fermented, by reason of the heat. (TA.) A3: عَكَّهُ, (S, O,) aor. عَكُّ, (TA,) inf. n. عَكٌّ, (O, TA,) He hindered, prevented, impeded, or withheld, him, from the object of his want: (S, O:) or عَكَّهُ عَنْ حَاجَتِهِ signifies thus; and he turned him back, or away, therefrom. (K.) b2: And also, i. e. عَكَّهُ, (S, O, K,) aor. عَكُّ, inf. n. عَكٌّ, (TA,) He deferred with him, delayed with him, or put him off, in the matter of his due, by promising time after time to render it to him. (S, O, K.) b3: And He asked him to repeat to him [by relating it] twice, or three times, a narration, or story, that he had related to him: (K:) or عَكَكْتُهُ الحَدِيثَ, aor. عَكُّ, inf. n. عَكٌّ, I asked him to repeat the narration, or story, until he repeated it [by relating it] twice. (AZ, S, O.) b4: And عَكَّ الكَلَامَ He interpreted, or explained, the speech, or language. (K.) It is related of IAar that, being asked respecting a thing, he said, سَوْفَ أَعُكُّهُ لَكَ I will interpret it, or explain it, to thee. (TA.) b5: [And app. He rejected the speech, or saying: for] العَكُّ signifies also the rejecting a man's speech, or saying, and not accepting it. (O.) b6: And عَكَّهُ بِالقَوْلِ He repeated to him the speech, or saying, (رَدَّهُ عَلَيْهِ,) occasioning annoyance, or molestation. (L, TA.) [This might be rendered agreeably with the next preceding explanation: but] one says, مَا زِلْتُ

أَعُكُّهُ بِالقَوْلِ حَتَّى غَضِبَ I ceased not to reiterate to him (أُرَدِّدُ عَلَيْهِ) the speech, or saying, until he was angry. (El-Jurjánee, TA.) And in like manner, عَكَّنِى بِالأَمْرِ, inf. n. عَكٌّ, He reiterated to me (رَدَّدَ عَلَىَّ) the thing, affair, case, or action, until he fatigued me: (L, TA:) or عَكَّهُ بالامر he repeated to him (رَدَّ عَلَيْهِ) the thing, &c., until he fatigued him. (K.) And عَكَّهُ بِشَرٍّ He repeated, or reiterated, evil, or wrongdoing, to him; syn. كَرَّرَهُ عَلَيْهِ. (Lh, K.) b7: [Hence, perhaps, because the act is generally reiterated,] عَكَّهُ بِالسَّوْطِ He struck him [or flogged him] with the whip. (S, O, K.) b8: And عَكَّهُ بِالحُجَّةِ, (IDrd, O, K,) aor. عَكُّ, inf. n. عَكٌّ, (IDrd, O,) He overcame him by, or with, the argument, or plea. (IDrd, O, K.) b9: And العَكُّ signifies also الدَّقُّ [The breaking, crushing, bruising, &c., of a thing]. (O.) 4 أَعَكَّتْ, said of a she-camel [when she has conceived (see عُكَّةٌ)], (S, K,) or of such as is termed عُشَرَآءُ [q. v.], (TA,) She assumed an altered colour. (S, K, TA.) يَوْمٌ عَكٌّ, and ↓ عَكِيكٌ, (S, O, K,) and ↓ ذُوعَكِيكٍ, (TA,) [A sultry day; i. e.] a day vehemently hot, (S, O, K,) with moisture, and without wind: (K:) thus يَوْمٌ عَكٌّ أَكٌّ is expl. by Th, among instances of imitative sequents; meaning, perhaps, that أَكٌّ is an imitative sequent, or that it signifies “ vehemently hot: ” (TA:) or a day vehemently hot and dense [in the air]. (El-Jurjánee, TA.) and لَيْلَةٌ عَكَّةٌ [A sultry night; i. e.] a night vehemently hot, &c. (K.) And أَرْضٌ عَكَّةٌ, and ↓ أَرْضُ عَكَّةٍ, A hot [or sultry] land; (S, O, K:) mentioned by Fr. (S, O.) And ↓ حَرٌّ عَكِيكٌ Vehement [or sultry] heat. (TA.) b2: عَكٌّ applied to a man, (S, O,) Tough, strong, (AZ, S, O, TA,) and compact. (AZ, TA.) A2: ائْتَزَرَ إِزْرَةَ عَكَّ وَكَّ, (S, O, K,) and ↓ إِزْرَةَ عَكَّى, (S,) or عَكَّى وَكَّى, (O, K,) He wore a waist-wrapper so that he made its two ends to hang down and drew together the rest of it [round his waist]. (S, O, K.) عَكَّةٌ (Lth, S, O, K) and ↓ عُكَّةٌ (Lth, S, K) and ↓ عِكَّةٌ and ↓ عَكَكٌ (K) and ↓ عَكِيكٌ and ↓ عِكَاكٌ, (S, O, K,) which last is also a pl., (K,) said to be pl. of عَكَّةٌ, (O,) [Sultriness; i. e.] vehemence of heat (Lth, S, O, K) in summer (Lth) [with moisture (see the first sentence of this art.) and] with stillness of the wind: (K:) it may be with the south or southerly wind (الجَنُوب) and the east or easterly wind (الصَّبَا). (TA.) Hence the saying of the rhyming-proser, إِذَا طَلَعَ السِّمَاكْ ذَهَبَ وَقَلَّ اللِّكَاكْ ↓ العِكَاكْ [When السماك rises aurorally, the sultriness goes, or rather has gone, (see السِّمَاكُ, and another ex. of العِكَاك there cited,) and the pressing, or crowding, at, or to, the water becomes little]. (O.) b2: See also عَكٌّ. b3: And see عُكَّةٌ, in two places.

عُكَّةٌ: see عَكَّةٌ. b2: Also A sand heated by the sun; (T, S, O, K;) and so ↓ عَكَّةٌ: (K:) pl. of the former عِكَاكٌ. (TA.) b3: And The access of a fever, on the occasion of the first tremour, or shivering, thereof; as also ↓ عَكَّةٌ. (K.) b4: and العُكَّةُ, (K,) or عُكَّةُ العِشَارِ, (S, O,) A colour that overspreads she-camels when they have conceived. (S, O, K,) like the كَلَف of the woman. (K.) A2: And The receptacles, (S, K,) or [correctly] one of the receptacles, (O,) for clarified butter, (S, O, K,) smaller than the قِرْبَة; (K;) said by ISk to be like the شَكْوَة, [i. e. it is a skin of a sucking kid, (see شَكْوَةٌ, and وَطْبٌ,)] in which clarified butter is put: (S, O:) or, accord. to IAth, a round receptacle of skins, for clarified butter and honey, but more particularly for clarified butter: (TA:) pl. عَكَكٌ and عِكَاكٌ. (S, O, K.) One says of a woman, سَمِنَتْ حَتَّى صَارَتْ كَالْعُكَّةِ [She became fat so that she was like the skin of clarified butter]. (El-Jurjánee, TA.) عِكَّةٌ: see عَكَّةٌ.

عَكَّى: see عَكٌّ, last sentence.

عُكَّى The سَوِيق [or meal of what has been parched, or perhaps of what has been dried in the sun,] of the مُقْل [or fruit of the Theban palm]. (O, K.) عَكَكٌ: see عَكَّةٌ.

عِكَاكٌ: see عَكَّةٌ, in two places.

عَكِيكٌ: see عَكٌّ, in three places: and also عَكَّةٌ.

عَكَوَّكٌ, inadvertently said by J [and in the O] to be of the measure فَعَلَّعٌ, whereas it is of the measure فَعَوَّلٌ, like عَطَوَّدٌ, (IB, TA,) Fat and short, with toughness: (S, O:) or short, compact and strong, (K, TA,) of middling make: (TA:) or fat: (K, TA:) or tough and strong. (TA.) b2: And A place rugged and hard: (S, O:) or [simply] hard: or soft, or plain. (K.) عَكَوَّكَانٌ Plump, fat, and short. (Ibn-'Abbád, O.) مِعَكٌّ A horse that runs a little and then requires to be struck (S, O, K, TA) with the whip. (TA.) b2: And A man contentious, disputatious, or litigious; (O, K;) difficult to be managed. (O.) إِبِلٌ مَعْكُوكَةٌ Camels confined, or kept within bounds. (S, O.)
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