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1 عَلِدَ, aor. عَلَدَ, (O, L, K,) inf. n. عَلْدٌ (O, L, K *) and عَلَدٌ, (O,) said of a man, (O,) or of anything, (L,) He, or it, was, or became, strong and hard. (O, L, K. [See also Q. Q. 3.]) b2: and He stood fast, and refused to be led, or to turn. (L. [See also Q. Q. 1.]) 13 اِعْلَوَّدَ: see Q. Q. 3: b2: and Q. Q. 1. b3: Also He (a man) was, or became, grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm. (O, K.) Q. Q. 1 عَلْوَدَ He, or it, kept, or clave, to his, or its, place, and could not be moved by any one; (L, K;) as also ↓ اِعْلَوَّدَ. (L. [See also 1.]) Q. Q. 3 اِعْلَنْدَى He (a camel) was, or became, thick, big, or coarse, and strong; (Abu-sSemeyda', S, O, L, K;) as also اِكْلَنْدَى: (Abu-sSemeyda', S, L:) and so ↓ اِعْلَوَّدَ said of a man. (O, L, * K, [See also 1.]) عَلْدٌ Hardness and strength. (K. [See 1.]) A2: And A thing, (S,) or anything, (TA,) hard, (S, K,) and strong: (K:) or, accord. to Kh, anything thick, big, or coarse, and strong. (Ham p. 81.) b2: And Standing fast, and refusing to be led, or to turn. (L.) A3: Also, (S, K,) or أَعْلَادٌ, (IAar, TA,) which is the pl., (TA,) The sinews عَصَب of the neck. (IAar, S, K.) عَلَنْدٌ: see مُعْلَنْدَدٌ.

عِلْوَدٌ: see what next follows.

عِلْوَدٌّ (S, O, L, K) and عَلْوَدٌّ (Ibn-Habeeb, MF) and ↓ عِلْوَدٌ as written in some copies of the “ Book ” [of Sb] and said by Seer to be a dial. var., (TA,) Great, or old or full-grown; syn. كَبِيرٌ: (El-Umawee, S, K:) or great, or old or full-grown, (كَبِيرٌ,) advanced in age, and strong: (so in a copy of the S:) or advanced in age, and strong; applied to a man and to a camel; as also ↓ عِلَّوْدٌ: or thick, big, or coarse; as also ↓ عِلَّوْدٌ: and old (كَبِيرٌ) and decrepit: (L:) applied to a man: (TA:) and with ة, decrepit, applied to a she-camel: (K:) also, without ة, big, or bulky; applied to a [lizard of the species termed] ضَبّ: and applied by El-Farezdak to the بَظْر [q. v.] of a woman, as meaning large and hard: (L:) and a thick-necked man: (AA, TA:) and applied [app. as meaning thick] as an epithet to a neck: (AO, S, O:) and the neck itself, of a she-camel: also strong, and having hardness; applied to a man; and likewise, with ة, to a woman: (L:) and applied to a lord, or chief, as meaning grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm, (O, L, K,) and of firm judgment: (L:) and, with ة, a mare that is stubborn, and not to be led unless driven; (K;) that extends her legs, and pulls vehemently the person who leads, with her neck, so that he can seldom lead her unless she be urged on from behind. (ISh, O, * L.) عِلَّوْدٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, in two places.

عُلَادًى: see the next paragraph.

عَلَدْنًى: see the next paragraph.

عَلَنْدَدٌ: see the next paragraph.

عَلَنْدًى Anything thick, big, or coarse; (S, O, * K;) as also عُلُنْدًى: (O, K:) and bulky, strong, and tall; applied to a camel and to a horse: (TA:) and sometimes they applied the epithet عُلُنْدًى to a camel: (S:) this and ↓ عُلَادًى signify strong, so applied, (O, K,) as does also ↓ عَلنْدَدٌ applied to a horse; (L;) or bulky and tall, applied to a camel and to a horse: or, accord. to En-Nadr, one says نَاقَةٌ عَلَنْدَاةٌ, meaning a great and tall she-camel; but not جَمَلٌ عَلَنْدًى; like as one says نَاقَةٌ عَفَرْنَاةٌ; but not جَمَلٌ عَفَرْنًى: (TA:) and علندى occurs in old poetry as an epithet applied to a she-camel [app. in this instance with what is termed the fem. alif, i. e. without teshdeed]: (Ham p. 82:) the pl. of عَلَنْدًى is عَلَانِدُ (S, O) and عَلَادَى: and Sb mentions [app. as a dial. var. of the sing.] ↓ عَلَدْنًى. (L.) b2: Also A species of tree, (O, K, TA, and so in a copy of the S,) of the kind called عِضَاه, having thorns: (O, K:) [a coll. gen. n.:] n. un.

عَلَنْدَاةٌ; (AHn, O, K: *) it is of the trees of the sands, not such as is termed حَمْض, (O, TA,) and yields an intense smoke: (TA:) accord. to Lth, the علنداة is a tall tree, having no thorns, of the kind termed عِضَاه: but he is incorrect in so saying: it is a tree having hard branches, for which the cattle, or camels and other beasts, have no desire, and not of the kind termed عِضَاه; and indeed how can it be of the kind thus termed having no thorns? nor is it tall, the tallest being of the height of a man sitting; but, with its shortness, it is dense and compact in its branches. (Az, TA.) مَا لِى عَنْهُ مُعْلَنْدَدٌ, (Lh, L, and K in art. عند,) and مُعْلَنْدِدٌ, (K in that art.,) and مُعْلُنْدُدٌ, (Lh, L,) or ما لى مِنْهُ مُعْلَنْدَدٌ, (AZ, and S and O in art. عند,) and ↓ عَلَنْدٌ, (L,) as also عُنْدَدٌ and عُنْدُدٌ, (AZ, O and K in art. عند,) I have no way of avoiding it, or escaping it: (Lh, L, and O and K in art. عند, q. v.:) or مَا لِى عَنْهُ مُعْلَنْدِدٌ, I have, in the way to it, no place in which to make my camel lie down, nor any in which to take a noontide-sleep, but only a direct course to it. (L in art. علند.) And مَا لِى إِلَيْهِ مُعْلَنْدِدٌ, (Lh, L, and O * and K in art. عند,) and مُعْلَنْدَدٌ, (Lh, O in that art.,) I have no way of attaining to it. (Lh, L, and O and K in art. عند.) A2: مُعْلَنْدِدٌ also signifies A country, (O in art. عند, on the authority of Ibn-'Abbád,) or a land, (K in that art.,) containing neither water nor pasture. (O and K in that art.)
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