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

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2885. عنج10 2886. عنجف3 2887. عند16 2888. عندلب7 2889. عندم4 2890. عنز142891. 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 2908. عوذ17 2909. عور16 2910. عوز15 2911. عوش2 2912. عوص13 2913. عوض13 2914. عوط7 2915. عوف12 2916. عوق16 2917. عول18 2918. عوم16 2919. عون15 2920. عوه13 2921. عوى7 2922. عى1 2923. عيب16 2924. عيث14 2925. عيج8 2926. عيد7 2927. عير15 2928. عيس13 2929. عيش13 2930. عيص10 2931. عيط14 2932. عيف16 2933. عيق9 2934. عيل19 2935. عيم11 2936. عين19 2937. عيه8 2938. غ5 2939. غب4 2940. غبث5 2941. غبر18 2942. غبس13 2943. غبش13 2944. غبط17 2945. غبق11 2946. غبن16 2947. غبو4 2948. غبى3 2949. غت5 2950. غتم13 2951. غث6 2952. غثر12 2953. غد4 2954. غدر19 2955. غدف18 2956. غدق15 2957. غدو9 2958. غذ6 2959. غذو10 2960. غذى2 2961. غر5 2962. غرب22 2963. غربل13 2964. غرث13 2965. غرد13 2966. غرز15 2967. غرس14 2968. غرض16 2969. غرضف7 2970. غرف17 2971. غرق16 2972. غرقأ7 2973. غرقد8 2974. غرقل7 2975. غرل12 2976. غرم17 2977. غرمل6 2978. غرنق10 2979. غرو9 2980. غرى3 2981. غزر17 2982. غزل16 2983. غزو11 2984. غسق15 Prev. 100




1 عَنَزَ, (O, K,) inf. n. عَنْزٌ, (O,) or عُنُوزٌ, (TA,) He turned away, (O, K, TA,) and declined, (TA,) عَنْهُ [from him, or it]: (K, TA:) or he removed, went away or aside, or retired to a distance; (IKtt, TA;) and thus ↓ اعتنز signifies; (S, O, K;) as also ↓ استعنز; (O, K;) or these two verbs, and ↓ تعنّز, signify he removed, went away or aside, or retired to a distance, from the people, or from men; (TA;) and ↓ اعتنز signifies also he alighted in a place aside or apart [from others]. (S. [See also مُعْتَنِزٌ.]) A2: عَنَزَهُ, (IKtt, K,) or عَنَزُوهُ, (A,) inf. n. عَنْزٌ, (TA,) He pierced him, or thrust him, with the عَنَزَة, (IKtt, K,) or they pierced him, or thrust him; from the word عَنَزَةٌ [q. v.]. (A.) 2 تَعْنِيزٌ is [the inf. n. of عُنِّزَ, and signifies The having little flesh in the face; being] from the phrase مُعَنَّزُ الوَجْهِ. (O.) 4 اعنزهُ, (K, TA,) or ↓ اعتنزهُ, (thus accord. to the O, [but the former is app. the right,]) He, or it, made him to decline, (O, K, TA,) and to remove, go away or aside, or retire to a distance. (TA.) 5 تَعَنَّزَ see 1.8 إِعْتَنَزَ see 1, in two places: A2: and see also 4.10 إِسْتَعْنَزَ see 1.

عَنْزٌ A she-goat; the female of the common goat: (S, O, K:) or a she-goat a year old; (Msb;) [and so ↓ عَنْزَةٌ: (Freytag, from the Kitáb el-Addád:)] and the female of the mountain-goat; and of the gazelle: (S, O:) pl. [of pauc.] أَعْنُزٌ and [of mult.] عُنُوزٌ and عِنَازٌ, or, accord, to some, the last of these is pl. of عَنْزٌ in the last of the senses expl. above. (TA.) هُمَا كَرُكْبَتَىِ العَنْزِ [They two are like the two knees of the she-goat] is a prov. applied to two men vying with each other, (O, K,) or equalling each other, (TA,) because her two knees, when she desires to lie down, fall together. (O, K. [See Freytag's Arab. Prov. ii. 861: where, instead of العنز, we find البَعِيرِ; and thus I find in a MS. copy of the Proverbs of Meyd.]) And it is said in another prov., to him who commits a crime that occasions his destruction, لَا تَكُ كَالْعَنْزِ تَبْحَثُ عَنِ المُدْيَةِ [Be not thou like the she-goat that scrapes up the dust, or earth, from over the butcher's knife]. (TA. [See also بَاحِثٌ.]) Hence the saying, يَوْمٌ كَيَوْمِ العَنْزِ [A day like the day of the she-goat]; mentioned by Th; alluding to its bringing death. (TA.) And لَقِىَ يَوْمَ العَنْزِ [He met with the day of the she-goat] is also a prov., (O, TA,) applied to him who meets with that which destroys him, (O, K,) or to him who labours for his own destruction. (A.) b2: العَنْزُ is a name of (assumed tropical:) The star ε] on the left [or (as some figure the constellation) the right] elbow of Auriga: and العِنَازُ is a name of (assumed tropical:) The two stars ζ and η] on the left [or the right] wrist together with العَيُّوق [which is Capella]. (Kzw in his description of Auriga.) b3: Also The female eagle: (S, O, K: [see also عَنْسٌ:]) pl. عُنُوزٌ. (TA.) And The female vulture: (IDrd, O, K:) pl. عُنُوزٌ. (IDrd, O.) and The female of the [species of bustard called] حُبارَى (IDrd, O, K) is sometimes thus termed: (O:) and it is said to be also called ↓ العَنْزَةُ. (TA.) And The female of the hawk. (TA.) b4: Also A species of aquatic bird; (O, K; *) [by some, in the present day, applied to a gray heron;] also called عَنْزُ المَآءِ. (O.) b5: And A species of fish; also called عَنْزُالمَآءِ: (Az, O:) accord. to Ibn-'Abbád, (O,) a certain great fish, which a mule can hardly, or in nowise, carry: (O, K:) and the pl., he says, is أَعْنِزَةٌ. (O.) A2: عَنْزٌ also signifies An [eminence, or a hill, such as is termed]

أَكَمَة: (S:) or a black أَكَمَة. (O, K.) b2: and A rock in the water: pl. عُنُوزٌ. (TA.) b3: and Land having in it ruggedness and sand and stones and [the species of tamarisk called] أَثْل. (TA.) A3: And I. q. بَاطِلٌ [q. v.]. (TA.) عَنْزٌ: see its n. un. عَنَزَةٌ.

عَنْزَةٌ: see عَنْزٌ, in two places.

عَنَزَةٌ A short spear; (A;) a small spear, between a staff and a spear, (O, K,) longer than a staff and shorter than a spear, (S,) said to be of the measure of half a spear, or somewhat more, having a head like that of the spear; (TA;) or a staff shorter than a spear; (Msb;) and, as some say, (TA,) having a زُجّ [i. e. a pointed iron foot at the lower extremity], (S, O, Msb, K, TA,) like that of the spear: (S, O, TA:) the old man leans, or stays himself, upon it; and it is nearly like the عُكَّازَة [q. v.]: (TA:) or it is like the عُكَّازَة, which is a staff having a زُجّ: (Mgh:) pl. ↓ عَنَزٌ, [or rather this is a coll. gen. n., of which عَنَزَةٌ is the n. un.,] and عَنَزَاتٌ. (Msb.) The Prophet is related to have prayed towards an عَنَزَة. (Mgh. [See سُتْرَةٌ.]) b2: Also The حَدّ [by which may be meant either the edge or point] of a فَأْس [which means a hoe and an adz and an axe, and also a pickaxe]: (O, K:) or the long حَدّ [or iron point] of the مِلْطَاس, which is a long double-headed pickaxe. (ISh, TA in art. لطس.) A2: Also A certain beast, (O, K,) found in the desert, slender in the muzzle, smaller than the dog, of the beasts of prey, (O,) that seizes the camel in his rump, (O, K,) and is seldom seen; asserted by the Arabs to be a devil: (O:) or, (K,) accord. to Aboo-Leyleh, (O,) it is like the weasel (O, K) in size: (O:) it approaches the she-camel when she is lying down, (O, K,) then springs, (O,) and enters into her vulva, and conceals itself therein, (O, K,) until it reaches the womb, (O,) whereupon the she-camel (O, K) dies on the spot (K) or aborts and dies on the spot. (O.) عَنِيزٌ Afflicted by a calamity; as also ↓ مَعْنُوزٌ; (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K;) both applied to a man. (Ibn-'Abbád, O.) مُعَنَّزٌ Small in the head (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K) and ears. (Ibn-'Abbád, O.) b2: مُعَنَّزُ الوَجْهِ A man (A, O) having little flesh in his face. (A, O, K.) b3: مُعَنَّزُ اللِّحْيَةِ Whose beard is like [that of] the goat: (K:) applied to a man as though his beard were like the beard of the goat: (O:) meaning, as expl. by Aboo-Dáwood, بُزْ بُزْ رِيشْ in Pers. meaning the “ goat ” [and رِيشْ the “ beard ”]. (TA.) مَعْنُوزٌ: see عَنِيزٌ.

مُعْتَنِزٌ is said to mean One who does not dwell in the neighbourhood of [other] men lest something should be gotten from him: and one says, نَزَلَ مُعْتَنِزًا meaning He alighted and abode aside, or apart, from men. (TA. [See its verb.])
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