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

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3034. غمط15 3035. غمل11 3036. غمن9 3037. غمه1 3038. غمى5 3039. غن53040. غنج11 3041. غندب5 3042. غنظ11 3043. غنم18 3044. غنو4 3045. غنى8 3046. غهب14 3047. غو2 3048. غوث15 3049. غوج7 3050. غور20 3051. غوص16 3052. غوط19 3053. غوغ9 3054. غول21 3055. غوى9 3056. غيب17 3057. غيث14 3058. غيد9 3059. غير18 3060. غيض22 3061. غيط6 3062. غيظ15 3063. غيف12 3064. غيق7 3065. غيل22 3066. غيم13 3067. غين14 3068. ف10 3069. فأ1 3070. فأت6 3071. فأد11 3072. فأر13 3073. فأس12 3074. فأل10 3075. فأم11 3076. فأو7 3077. فا4 3078. فالوذ2 3079. فاوانيا1 3080. فت3 3081. فتأ11 3082. فتح19 3083. فتخ13 3084. فتر17 3085. فتش14 3086. فتق19 3087. فتك15 3088. فتكر4 3089. فتل19 3090. فتن16 3091. فتو5 3092. فث4 3093. فثأ10 3094. فثج9 3095. فثر9 3096. فثى4 3097. فج4 3098. فجأ13 3099. فجر20 3100. فجس8 3101. فجع12 3102. فجل12 3103. فجن6 3104. فجو10 3105. فح4 3106. فحث6 3107. فحج12 3108. فحس6 3109. فحش17 3110. فحص18 3111. فحل13 3112. فحم17 3113. فحو9 3114. فخ3 3115. فخت11 3116. فخذ12 3117. فخر15 3118. فخم11 3119. فد3 3120. فدح13 3121. فدخ6 3122. فدر13 3123. فدع14 3124. فدغ13 3125. فدم17 3126. فدن13 3127. فدى8 3128. فذ4 3129. فر5 3130. فرأ11 3131. فربيون2 3132. فرت17 3133. فرتن8 Prev. 100




1 غَنَّ, (MA, Msb, K,) originally غَنِنَ, (Msb, MF,) [sec. pers. غَنِنْتَ,] aor. يَغِنُّ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. غُنَّةٌ (MA, KL) and غَنَنٌ, (MA, [and the same seems to be indicated in the Msb by its being said that the verb is of the class of تَعِبَ,]) or غَنٌّ, (TK, [but this I think a mistake,]) He spoke (MA, Msb, KL) in, (MA,) or from, (Msb, KL,) or [rather] through, (KL,) his nose, (MA, KL,) or his خَيَاشِيم [app. here meaning the innermost parts of the air-passages of the nose]. (Msb.) [The author of the K gives no indication of the proper signification of this verb but that of its implying what he states to be meant by غُنَّةٌ, which see below.] b2: See also 4, in two places.2 غنّنهُ, inf. n. تَغْنِينٌ, It rendered him أَغَنّ [q. v.]. (K.) One says, مَا أَدْرِى مَا غَنَّنَهُ I know not what rendered him, or has rendered him أَغَنّ. (TA.) b2: And غنّن صَوْتَهُ He made his voice to have in it a غُنَّة [q. v.]. (Mughnee, art. حَرْفُ النُّونِ. [See مُغَنٍّ, voce غَنَّآءٌ, in art. غنى.]) 4 اغنّ said of a man, He made one to hear his ↓ غُنَّة, i. e. soft, or gentle, plaintive, and melodious, voice, in singing. (Har p. 645.) b2: اغنّ الذُّبَابُ The flies made a sound [or humming]. (K.) b3: اغنّ الوَادِى (tropical:) The valley had in it the sound [or humming] of flies, [or resounded therewith,] being abundant in herbs, or herbage: (S:) or abounded with trees; as also ↓ غَنَّ. (K, TA.) b4: اغنّت الأَرْض (assumed tropical:) The land had its herbs, or herbage, tall, full-grown, or of full height, and in blossom. (TA.) b5: اغنّ النَّخْلُ (tropical:) The palm-trees attained to maturity; as also ↓ غَنَّ. (K, TA.) b6: and اغنّ السِّقَآءُ (tropical:) The skin became filled (S, K, TA) with water. (S, TA.) A2: And [it is also trans.:] one says, اغنّ اللّٰهُ غُصْنَهُ (tropical:) God made its branch beautiful and bright. (K, TA.) غُنَّةٌ [mentioned above as an inf. n. of غَنَّ but generally expl. as a simple subst. signifying A sort of nasal sound, or twang:] a sound that comes forth from the nose; (Ham p. 339;) a sound (S, Msb) in, (S,) or that comes forth from, (Msb,) the خَيْشُوم [app. here meaning the innermost part of the air-passages of the nose]: (S, Msb:) or a sound from the لَهَاة [q. v., app. here meaning the arches, or pillars, of the soft palate, or the furthest part of the mouth,] and the nose, like [that which is heard in the utterance of] the ن of مِنْكَ and عَنْكَ, for the tongue has not part in it: (Mgh:) or the flowing [or passage] of the speech in the لَهَاة [app. here also meaning as expl. above]: (K:) or a mixture of the sound of the خَيْشُوم [expl. above] in the pronunciation of a letter: (Mbr, TA:) ن is that one of the letters in which it is greatest in degree: (Kh, Mgh, Msb, TA:) خُنَّةٌ is [a sound] greater in degree than غُنَّةٌ. (TA.) b2: [Also The roughness of the voice, of a boy, consequent upon the attaining to puberty; or, as Mtr says,] الغُنَّةُ signifies also what is incident to the boy on the occasion of his attaining to puberty, when his voice becomes rough. (Mgh.) b3: And A soft, or gentle, plaintive, and melodious, voice, in singing. (Har p. 645.) See 4. b4: And The sound [or humming] produced by the flying of flies; (TA;) and ↓ غُنَانٌ [likewise] signifies the sound of flies. (K, TA.) [See مُغِنٌّ and أَغَنُّ. And see also an ex. voce ثُنَّةٌ: and another voce عُنَّةٌ.] b5: And the poet Yezeed Ibn-El-Aawar has used it in relation to the sounding of stones: (K:) [or rather] he has so used the epithet ↓ أَغَنّ. (TA.) عُنَانٌ: see the next preceding paragraph, near the end.

أَغَنُّ One who speaks [with a nasal sound, or twang, i. e.] in [or rather through] his nose; (TA;) who speaks from his خَيَاشِيم [app. here meaning (as expl. before) the innermost parts of the airpassages of the nose]: (S, Msb:) or, accord. to AZ, (Mgh, TA,) whose speech flows, (Mgh, K, *) or passes forth, (TA,) in his لَهَاة [app. (as expl. voce غُنَّةٌ) the arches, or pillars, of the soft palate, or the furthest part of the mouth]: (Mgh, K, TA:) fem. غَنَّآءُ, applied to a woman. (Msb.) b2: It is also applied to a gazelle (ظَبْىٌ), meaning Whose cry issues from his خَيَاشِيم [expl. above]: J has erred in saying that it is applied to طَيْر [i. e. birds, or flying things]: (K:) or if by طير he mean flies (ذُبَابٌ), his saying thus is not a mistake, for it is applied to them [as meaning making a humming sound]. (TA.) b3: [Hence,] وَادٍ أَغَنُّ (assumed tropical:) A valley abounding with herbs or herbage: for to such the flies constantly keep, and in their sounds is a غُنَّة. (S. [See also مُغِنٌّ.]) And (for this reason, TA) one says رَوْضَةٌ غَنَّآءُ i. e. (assumed tropical:) [A meadow, or garden,] abounding with herbs or herbage: or in which the winds pass with a sound that is not clear, [i. e. with a confused, humming, or murmuring, sound,] by reason of the denseness of its herbs or herbage. (K, TA.) And [for the same reason one says]

عُشْبٌ أَغَنُّ (assumed tropical:) Herbs, or herbage, tall, full-grown, or of full height, and in blossom. (TA.) b4: and (hence also, S) قَرْيَةٌ غَنَّآءُ (tropical:) [A town, or village,] abounding with inhabitants (S, K, TA) and buildings (K, TA) and herbs or herbage [so that in it is heard the hum of men and women and of flies &c.]. (S, TA.) b5: حَرْفٌ أَغْنُّ means A letter from [the utterance of] which results what is termed غُنَّة [i. e. the nasal sound thus termed]. (TA.) b6: See also غُنَّةٌ, last sentence.

وَادٍ مُغِنٌّ (tropical:) A valley in which is [heard] the sound [or humming] of flies; these not being in any valley but such as abounds with herbs or herbage; (S;) a valley of which the flies are abundant, by reason of the denseness, or luxuriance, of its herbs or herbage, so that a غُنَّة [or humming] is heard, produced by their flying: the epithet being applied to it, but being properly applicable to the flies. (TA.) [See also أَغَنُّ.]
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