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

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2939. غب4 2940. غبث5 2941. غبر19 2942. غبس14 2943. غبش14 2944. غبط182945. غبق12 2946. غبن17 2947. غبو4 2948. غبى3 2949. غت5 2950. غتم14 2951. غث6 2952. غثر13 2953. غد4 2954. غدر20 2955. غدف19 2956. غدق16 2957. غدو10 2958. غذ6 2959. غذو11 2960. غذى2 2961. غر5 2962. غرب23 2963. غربل14 2964. غرث14 2965. غرد14 2966. غرز16 2967. غرس15 2968. غرض17 2969. غرضف7 2970. غرف18 2971. غرق17 2972. غرقأ7 2973. غرقد8 2974. غرقل8 2975. غرل13 2976. غرم18 2977. غرمل6 2978. غرنق10 2979. غرو10 2980. غرى3 2981. غزر18 2982. غزل17 2983. غزو12 2984. غسق16 2985. غسل19 2986. غسم8 2987. غش7 2988. غشم14 2989. غص6 2990. غصب18 2991. غصن13 2992. غض5 2993. غضب18 2994. غضر14 2995. غضرف7 2996. غضف14 2997. غضفر9 2998. غضن13 2999. غضو3 3000. غط5 3001. غطرف15 3002. غطس13 3003. غطش16 3004. غطف13 3005. غطل9 3006. غطم9 3007. غطمط6 3008. غف4 3009. غفر21 3010. غفص11 3011. غفل19 3012. غفو9 3013. غل6 3014. غلب20 3015. غلت16 3016. غلث9 3017. غلس15 3018. غلصم12 3019. غلط15 3020. غلظ17 3021. غلف19 3022. غلق19 3023. غلم18 3024. غلو13 3025. غلى5 3026. غم6 3027. غمت8 3028. غمد17 3029. غمر19 3030. غمز15 3031. غمس16 3032. غمص13 3033. غمض18 3034. غمط15 3035. غمل11 3036. غمن9 3037. غمه1 3038. غمى5 Prev. 100




1 غَبَطَهُ aor. غَبِطَ, (S, K,) inf. n. غَبْطٌ, (S,) He felt with his hand his (a ram's) أَلْيَة [i. e. rump, or tail, or fat of the tail,] in order to see if he were fat or not: (S, K:) and he felt it (his back) with his hand in order to know whether he were lean or fat: (Lth, K: *) and in like manner the verb is used in relation to a she-camel. (TA.) A2: غَبَطَهُ, aor. غَبِطَ; (ISk, Az, S, Msb, K;) and غَبِطَهُ, aor. غَبَطَ; (Ibn-Buzurj, Sgh, K;) inf. n. غَبْطٌ (ISk, Az, S, Msb, K) and غِبْطَةٌ, (S, K,) or the latter is a simple subst.; (Msb;) He regarded him [with unenvious emulation, i. e.] with a wish for the like of his condition, (ISk, Az, S,) meaning a good condition, (Az,) or for the like of that which he had attained, (Msb,) or for a blessing, (K,) and that it might not pass away, (ISk, K,) or without desiring that it should pass away, (Az, S, Msb,) from the latter person: (ISk, Az, S, Msb, K:) the doing so is not حَسَدٌ, (Az, S, Msb,) for this implies the desire that what is wished for may pass away from its possessor; (Az, Msb;) or it is a kind of حَسَد, of a more moderate quality: (Az:) or غِبْطَةٌ and غَبْطٌ have the signification shown above, and are also syn. with حَسَدٌ; (K;) this latter meaning is assigned to غَبْطٌ by IAar; and it is said that the Arabs use غَبْطٌ in the sense of حَسَدٌ metonymically; (TA;) [so that غَبَطَهُ and غَبِطَهُ may also mean (tropical:) he envied him; &c.; see an ex. in a prov. cited voce بَطْنٌ; but it is said that] حَسَدٌ, when it is for courage and the like, is syn. with غِبْطَةٌ, and then it implies admiration, without a wish that the thing admired may pass away from its possessor. (Msb in art. حسد.) You say, غَبَطَهُ بِهِ, (S,) and عَلَيْهِ, (IAth,) and فِيهِ, (Msb,) He regarded him with a wish for the like of it, meaning a thing or state which he had attained, without desiring that it should pass away from the latter person. (S, IAth, * Msb.) Mohammad was asked, “Does الغَبْط injure? ” and he answered, “Yes, like as الخَبْط injures: ” or, accord. to the relation of A'Obeyd, “No, save as الخَبْط injures the [trees called] عِضَاه: ” (Az, TA:) [see خَبَطَ:] by الغيط meaning, accord. to some, الحَسَد: (TA:) or a kind thereof, of a more moderate quality; injurious, but not so injurious as الحسد whereby one wishes that a blessing may pass away from his brother; الخبط meaning the beating off the leaves of trees; after which they become replaced, without there resulting any injury therefrom to the stock and branches: moreover, الغبط sometimes occasions the smiting of its object with the evil eye. (Az, TA.) [See also غِبْطَةٌ, below.]

A3: Accord. to IKtt, غَبَطَ signifies also He lied; but perhaps it is a mistranscription for عَبَطَ, which has this meaning; for it is not mentioned by any other. (TA.) 2 غَبَّطَ It is said in a trad., جَآءَ وَهُمْ يُصَلُّونَ فَيَجْعَلَ يُغَبِّطُهُمْ; thus it is related, meaning, [He came to them while they were praying, and he began] to incite them to wish for the like of that action: if related without teshdeed, [يَغْبِطُهُمْ,] the meaning is, to regard them with a wish for the like condition, because of their forwardness to prayer. (Nh, K.) 4 أَغْبَطَ see 8.

A2: اغبط الرَّحْلَ عَلَى ظَهْرِ البَعِيرِ, (S,) or على الدَّابَّةِ, (K,) He kept the saddle constantly (S, K) upon the back of the camel, (S,) or upon the beast, (K,) not putting it down from him. (S.) b2: إِغْبَاطٌ also signifies The continuing constantly riding. (ISk.) And أَغْبَطُوا عَلَى رِكَابِهِمْ فِى السَّيْرِ They kept the saddles on their travellingcamels night and day, not putting them down, in journeying. (ISh.) b3: Hence, (A, TA,) أَغْبَطَتْ عَلَيْهِ الحُمَّى (tropical:) The fever continued upon him; (S, K, TA;) as though it set the غَبِيط upon him, to ride him; like as you say, رَكِبَتْهُ الحُمَّى, and اِمْتَطَتْهُ, and اِرْتَحَلَتْهُ: (A, TA:) or clave to him: (TA:) or did not quit him for some days; as also أَغْمَطَتْ, and أَرْدَمَتْ. (As.) b4: And أَغْبَطَتِ السَّمَآءُ (tropical:) The sky rained continually. (S, Msb, K, TA.) And أَغْبَطَ عَلَيْنَا المَطَرُ (tropical:) The rain continued upon us incessantly, rain following close upon rain. (Aboo-Kheyreh.) b5: And أَغْبَطَ النَّبَاتُ (tropical:) The herbage covered the land, and became dense, as though it were from a single grain. (K, TA.) 8 اغتبط He was, or became, regarded [with unenvious emulation, i. e.,] with a wish for the like of his condition, without its being desired that it should pass away from him: (S:) or he was, or became, in such a condition that he was regarded with a wish for the like thereof, without its being desired that it should pass away from him: (Táj el-Masádir, TA:) or he rejoiced, or became rejoiced, in being in a good condition; (K;) or in blessing bestowed upon him: (TA:) or he was grateful, or thankful, to God for blessing, or bounty, bestowed upon him: (L:) and the same, (K,) or ↓ أَغْبَطَ, inf. n. إِغْبَاطٌ, accord. to the L, (TA,) he was, or became, in a good state or condition; in a state of happiness; (L, K;) and of enjoyment, or wellbeing. (L.) You say, لَقِىَ مَا يُغْتَبَطُ عَلَيْهِ [He met with, or experienced, that for which one would be regarded with unenvious emulation, i. e., with a wish to be in the like condition, without its being desired that it should pass away from him]. (TA in art. فوز.) A2: The saying, خَوَّى قَلِيلًا غَيْرَ مَا اغْتِبَاطِ cited by Th, but not expl. by him, is held by ISd to mean [He (referring to a camel) lay down, or did so making his belly to be separated somewhat from the ground], not resting upon a wide غَبِيط [q. v.] of ground, but upon a place not even, and not depressed. (TA.) غَبْطٌ [originally an inf. n.]: see غِبْطَةٌ.

A2: Also, and ↓ غِبْطٌ, Handfuls of reaped corn or seed-produce: pl. غُبُوطٌ, (K, TA,) and, it is said, غُبُطٌ: or [rather] accord. to Et-Táïfee, غُبُوطٌ signifies the handfuls which, when the wheat is reaped, are put one by one; and غَبْطٌ is the sing.: or, as AHn says, غُبُوطٌ signifies the scattered handfuls of reaped corn or seed-produce; one of which is termed غَبْطٌ. (TA.) غِبْطٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

غُبْطَةٌ A strap in the [leathern water-bag called]

مَزَادَة, (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K,) like the شِرَاك [of the sandal], (Ibn-'Abbád, O,) which is put upon the extremities of the two skins [whereof the مزادة is mainly composed] and then strongly sewed. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) غِبْطَةٌ A good state or condition; (S, L, Msb, K;) a state of happiness; (L, K;) and of enjoyment, or wellbeing; (L;) as also ↓ غَبْطٌ, in the saying, اَللّٰهُمَّ غَبْطًا لَا هَبْطًا, meaning, O God, we ask of Thee a good state or condition [&c.], (S, K,) and we put our trust in Thee for preservation that we may not be brought down from our state, (S, TA,) or that we may not be abased and humbled: (TA:) or place us in a station for which we may be regarded [with unenvious emulation, i. e.,] with a wish to be in the like condition without its being desired that it should pass away from us, (K, * TA,) and remove from us the stations of abasement and humiliation: (TA:) or [we ask of Thee] exaltation, not humiliation; and increase of thy bounty, not declension nor diminution. (TA.) [See also 1, second sentence.]

سَمَآءٌ غَبَطَى (tropical:) A sky raining continually (Jm, K) during two or three days; (Jm;) as also غَمَطَى. (TA.) غَيُوطٌ A she-camel whose fatness is not to be known unless she be felt with the hand. (K, TA.) غَبِيطٌ A [camel's saddle of the kind called] رَحْل, (S, Msb,) for women, (S,) upon which the [vehicle called] هَوْدَج is bound: (S, Msb:) or an elegant kind of رَحْل, depressed in its middle: (TA:) or a vehicle like the pads (أُكُف [in the CK, erroneously, اَكُفّ]) of the [species of camels called]

بَخَاتِىّ, (K,) which is tented over with a [framework such as is called] شِجَاز, and is for women of birth: (Az, TA:) or, as some say, of which the pad (قَتَب) is made not in the [usual] make of pads (أَقْتَاب): (TA:) or a رحل of which the pad (قَتَب) and the [curved wooden parts called] أَحْنَآء are one [i. e., app., conjoined]: (K:) pl. غُبُطٌ. (S, Msb, K.) The pl. is also applied to the pieces of wood in camels' saddles; and to such are likened Persian bows, (S, TA,) because of their curvature. (IAth.) b2: [Hence,] (assumed tropical:) Depressed land or ground: (S, K:) or a wide and even tract of land of which the two extremities are elevated, (K,) like the form of the camel's saddle so called, of which the middle is depressed: (TA:) also (assumed tropical:) a channel of water furrowed in a tract such as is termed قُفّ, (K, TA,) like a valley in width, having between it and another such channel meadows and herbage: pl. as above. (TA.) غَابِطٌ act. part. n. of 1, (S, K,) as expl. in the first sentence: (S:) A2: and also as expl. in the second sentence: (K:) pl., accord. to the K, غُبُطٌ, like كُتُبٌ; but correctly, غُبَّطٌ, like سُكَّرٌ, as in the L. (TA.) فَرَسٌ مُغْبَطُ الكَاثِبَةِ (tropical:) A horse high in the withers; likened to the form of the غَبِيط; accord. to Lth: in the A, as though he had on him a غبيط. (TA.) b2: أَرْضٌ مُغْبَطَةٌ, with fet-h, (K,) i. e., in the form of the pass. part. n., not with fet-h, to the first letter, (TA,) Land covered with dense herbage, as though it were from a single grain. (AHn, K.) b3: سَيْرٌ مُغْبَطٌ (assumed tropical:) Journey continued without rest; as also مُغْمَطٌ. (ISh.) حُمَّى مُغْبِطَةٌ (tropical:) Continual fever. (TA.) مَغْبُوطٌ and ↓ مُغْتَبِطٌ Regarded [with unenvious emulation, i. e.,] with a wish for the like condition, without its being desired that it should pass away from him: (S, TA:) in a good state, or condition; in a state of happiness; and of enjoyment, or wellbeing; as also ↓ مُغْتَبَطٌ. (TA.) مُغْتَبَطٌ and مُغْتَبِطٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.
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