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1 غَاظَهُ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. يَغِيظُ, (Msb, K,) inf. n. غَيْظٌ, (Msb, TA,) He, or it, affected him with غَيْظ [or anger, wrath, or rage; &c.; i. e. angered him; or enraged him; &c.]; (S, Msb, K, &c.;) as also ↓ غيّظهُ; (IAar, Th, K; [in a copy of the Msb, تغيّظهُ, which is doubtless a mistranscription;]) and ↓ غايظهُ; (S, K;) and ↓ اغاظهُ; (IAar, Th, Msb, K;) but this last is not common; (Zj;) or it is not allowable. (ISk, S.) [See also غَيْظٌ below.]2 غَيَّظَ see the preceding paragraph.3 غايظهُ, inf. n. مُغَايَظَةٌ: see 1: [originally, He angered him, or enraged him, or the like, being angered, or enraged, or the like, by him. b2: And hence, because emulation, or the like, often causes mutual anger,] (tropical:) He emulated him, vied with him, or strove to overcome or surpass him, and did like as he did. (TA.) b3: مُغَايَظَةٌ also signifies (assumed tropical:) An acting in a leisurely manner: or it is [a] mutual [acting in that manner]. (TA.) 4 أَغْيَظَ see the first paragraph.5 تَغَيَّظَ see 8. b2: سَمِعُوا لَهَا تَغَيُّظًا, in the Kur [xxv. 13] means (tropical:) They shall hear it to have a sound of boiling, (Zj, Bd, Jel,) like the boiling of the breast of an angry man. (Bd, * Jel.) b3: تَغَيَّظَتِ الهَاجِرَةُ (tropical:) The midday, or summer-midday, became [ragingly or] vehemently hot. (K, TA.) 8 اغتاظ He was or became, affected with غَيْظ [or anger; or rage; &c.; i. e. he was, or became, angered; or enraged; &c.]; (S, Msb, K;) مِنْ كَذَا by reason of such a thing; and sometimes one says, مِنْ لَا شَىْءٍ by reason of nothing; (Msb;) as also ↓ تغيّظ. (S, K.) غَيْظٌ Anger; wrath; syn. غَضَبٌ: (K) or [rage, or vehement anger; for] it has a more intensive signification than غَضَبٌ: (IDrd:) or the former is latent [anger]; and the latter is apparent: or the former is that which affects a person who has not power to exercise it; and the latter, that which affects a person who has power to exercise it: (TA:) or the former, latent anger affecting one who has not power to exercise it: (S:) or most vehement anger, (Msb, K,) encompassing the liver, by reason of some event that is disliked or hated, and sometimes by reason of nothing: (Msb:) or the outbreak, and commencement, of anger. (IDrd, K.) b2: تَكَادُ تَمَيَّزُ مِنَ الْغَيْظِ, in the Kur [lxvii. 8], means (assumed tropical:) It shall almost burst asunder by reason of vehemence of heat. (TA.) فَعَلَ ذٰلِكَ غِيَاظَكَ, and غِيَاظَيْكَ, (K, * TA,) [in the CK غِيَاضَيْكَ,] i. q. غَنَاظَيْكَ, (K,) i. e. He did that in order to distress thee, [or anger thee, or enrage thee,] time after time. (K in art. غنظ.) غَائِظٌ Affecting with غَيْظ [or anger; or rage; &c.; i. e. angering; or enraging; &c.]: (TA:) pl. غَائِظُونَ. (Kur, xxvi. 55.) أَغْيَظُ [comparative and superlative of غَائِظٌ].

أَغْيَظُ الأَسْمَآءِ عِنْدَ اللّٰهِ مَلِكُ الأَمْلَاكِ means The most severely to be punished, of persons bearing names, is he who is named the king of kings: (TA:) [lit. the most angering, or enraging, of names, is the king of kings.]

مَغِيظٌ Affected with غَيْظ [or anger; or rage; &c.; i. e. angered; or enraged; &c.]. (S, Msb.) حَلِيمَةٌ مُغْتَاظَةٌ (tropical:) [lit. Calm, angry; or the like; because what it contains is sometimes still and sometimes boiling;] is an appellation given to a stone cooking-pot. (A, TA.)
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