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3047. غو2 3048. غوث14 3049. غوج6 3050. غور19 3051. غوص15 3052. غوط183053. غوغ8 3054. غول20 3055. غوى9 3056. غيب17 3057. غيث13 3058. غيد8 3059. غير17 3060. غيض21 3061. غيط5 3062. غيظ14 3063. غيف11 3064. غيق6 3065. غيل21 3066. غيم12 3067. غين13 3068. ف9 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. فتح18 3083. فتخ12 3084. فتر16 3085. فتش13 3086. فتق18 3087. فتك14 3088. فتكر4 3089. فتل19 3090. فتن15 3091. فتو4 3092. فث4 3093. فثأ10 3094. فثج8 3095. فثر8 3096. فثى4 3097. فج4 3098. فجأ13 3099. فجر19 3100. فجس7 3101. فجع11 3102. فجل11 3103. فجن6 3104. فجو9 3105. فح4 3106. فحث5 3107. فحج11 3108. فحس5 3109. فحش16 3110. فحص17 3111. فحل12 3112. فحم16 3113. فحو8 3114. فخ3 3115. فخت10 3116. فخذ11 3117. فخر14 3118. فخم10 3119. فد3 3120. فدح12 3121. فدخ5 3122. فدر11 3123. فدع13 3124. فدغ12 3125. فدم16 3126. فدن12 3127. فدى8 3128. فذ4 3129. فر5 3130. فرأ11 3131. فربيون2 3132. فرت16 3133. فرتن7 3134. فرث14 3135. فرج21 3136. فرجن8 3137. فرح16 3138. فرخ15 3139. فرد14 3140. فردوس1 3141. فرز14 3142. فرزن4 3143. فرس19 3144. فرسخ8 3145. فرسق2 3146. فرسك6 Prev. 100




1 غَاطَ, aor. يَغُوطُ, (S, Msb, TA,) inf. n. غَوْطٌ, (S, Msb, K,) It entered, or sank, (S, Msb, K, TA,) into (فِى) a thing; (S, K, TA;) as, for instance, the foot into sand; (S, TA;) and a man into mud, (TA,) or into water; (Msb;) and into a valley; (TA, in this art. and in art. غيط; in the former expl. by اِنْغَمَسَ;) and غَاطَ, aor. يَغِيطُ, (S, TA,) inf. n. غَيْطٌ, (K,) signifies the same: (S, K:) both also signify he, or it, became hidden, (As, and K in art. غيط,) in the ground. (As.) You say also, غَاطَتْ أَنْسَاعُ النَّاقَةِ, aor. and inf. n. as above, The plaited thongs of the she-camel clave to her belly, and so entered, or sank, therein. (TA.) And غَاطَتِ الأَنْسَاعُ فِى دَفِّ النَّاقَةِ The plaited thongs caused their impressions to be visible in the side of the she-camel. (TA.) b2: It (a place) sank, or became depressed, in the ground. (ISh.) And It (anything) descended, or sloped downwards, in the ground. (TA.) b3: Also, aor. and inf. n. as above, He dug, excavated, or hollowed out. (TA: and in some copies of the K, الغَوْطُ is expl. by الحَفْرُ; but the reading given in the TA, in that instance, is الحُفْرَةُ.) A2: غُطْ غُطْ means Be thou with the جَمَاعَة [i. e. the mass, or main body], (IAar, O, K,) who are termed the غَاط, (O,) [be thou with them, not with the factious,] when فِتَن [i. e. factions, &c.,] come. (IAar, O, K.) 2 غوّط, inf. n. تَغْوِيطٌ, He gobbled [food]: (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K: *) or gobbled largely, or in large mouthfuls: (K, * TA:) from غَوْطٌ meaning ثَرِيد. (TA.) A2: And تَغْوِيطٌ signifies also The making a well deep. (K. [See also 4.]) 4 أَغْوَطَ He made deep a well. (Fr, O, TA. [See also 2.]) 5 تغوّط (tropical:) He voided excrement, or ordure. (S, Msb, K, TA. [In the CK, اَنْدىٰ is put by mistake for ابدى.]) 6 تَغَاوَطَا فِى المَآءِ They two vied, or contended, each with the other, in plunging, or diving, in the water. (K, * TA.) 7 انغاط It (a branch, or twig, or the like,) bent. (O, K.) غَاطٌ: see غَائِطٌ.

A2: الغَاطُ signifies also الجَمَاعَةُ [meaning The mass, or main body, of the people]. (O, K.) One says, مَا فِى الغَاطِ مِثْلُهُ [There is not in the mass, or main body, of the people, the like of him]. (O, TA.) غَوْطٌ A hollow, cavity, pit, or the like, dug, or excavated, in the ground; syn. حُفْرَةٌ. (So in the K, accord. to the TA, on the authority of AA: but in some copies of the K, الغَوْطُ in this instance is expl. by الحَفْرُ: see 1, last sentence.) See also غَائِطُ.

A2: And i. q. ثَرِيدٌ [Crumbled bread moistened with broth]. (O: in the K ثَرِيدَة.) غَيْطٌ: see غَائِطٌ, latter half.

غَوْطَةٌ A [low, or depressed, place, or hollow, such as is called] وَهْدَة, in the ground. (ISh, K.) [See also غَائِطٌ.]

غُوطَةٌ A place comprising water and herbage: whence غُوطَةُ دِمَشْقَ, (Har pp. 130, et seq.,) i. e. the city, or district, of Damascus, (K,) which is a place abounding with water and trees. (S.) بِئْرٌ غَوِيطَةٌ A deep well. (TA.) غَائِطٌ A wide, depressed piece of ground or land, (ISh, S, O, Msb, K,) but not much depressed, and in some instances having acclivities [bordering it]; (ISh;) sometimes, as they assert, a league (فَرْسَخ) in extent, and having in it meadows; (AHn;) and ↓ غَاطٌ and ↓ غَوْطٌ signify the same; (O, K;) or the last is more depressed than the غائط: (IDrd, O:) and غائط is also applied to a valley: (TA:) the pl. [of pauc.] is أَغْوَاطٌ, (S, Msb, K,) or this is pl. of غَوْطٌ, (IB,) and [of mult.] غِيطَانٌ, (S, Msb, K,) which is pl. of both these sings., (IB,) and غُوطٌ (S, Msb, K) and غِيَاطٌ. (K.) b2: Hence, (tropical:) A place in which one satisfies a want of nature; the custom being to do so in a depressed place, where one is concealed. (S, * Msb, * TA.) In the Kur [iv. 46, or v. 9], accord. to an extraordinary reading, it is written ↓ غَيْط, [a form now commonly used, and signifying a garden, but there meaning a privy place,] the original form of which may be غَيْوِط, and then غَيِّط, [and then غَيْط,] it being contracted; or, accord. to Abu-l- Hasan, the ى may be originally و, these two letters being in this instance interchangeable. (IJ.) You say, أَتَى الغَائِطَ, (S, TA,) and ضَرَبَ الغَائِطَ, (TA,) (tropical:) He satisfied a want of nature; (S, TA;) voided excrement, or ordure. (TA.) b3: And hence, (S, TA,) (tropical:) Human excrement, or ordure: (S, K, TA:) because they used to cast it away in a غائط: or because they used to go thither to satisfy a want of nature. (TA.)
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