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1 فَخَرَ, (S, O, Msb, K,) aor. فَخَرَ, (O, Msb, K,) inf. n. فَخْرٌ (S, O, Msb, K) and فَخَرٌ (S, O, K) and فَخَارٌ, (K,) or this is a simple subst., (Msb,) or it is a mistake for فِخَارٌ, accord. to some, and this may be an inf. n. either of فَخَرَ, for there are many instances of the same kind, or of فَاخَرَ, (MF,) or فَخَارٌ, with fet-h, is post-classical, and therefore not allowable, (Th, O,) and فَخَارَةٌ and فِخِّيرَى and فِخِّيرَآءُ; (K;) and ↓ افتخر; (S, O, Msb, K;) and ↓ تفاخر; (L in art. فتح;) [He gloried, or boasted; i. e.] he gloried in, boasted of, boasted himself in, or praised or commended himself for, certain properties, or particular qualities: (K:) he enumerated, or recounted, the particulars of his ancestral nobility or eminence, or his own glorious or honourable deeds or qualities: (S, TA:) or he arrogated to himself greatness and nobility: (TA:) or he contended for superiority by reason of honours arising from memorable deeds or qualities, and from parentage or relationship, and other things relating to himself or to his ancestors: (Msb:) or he contended for superiority by reason of things extrinsic to himself, such as wealth, and rank or station. (TA.) You say فَخَرْتُ بِهِ [I gloried in it, or by reason of it; &c.]. (Msb.) And ↓ تفاخر بِمَا عِنْدَهُ He gloried in, boasted of, or boasted himself in, what he possessed. (L in art. فتح.) and فَخَرَ بَعْضُهُمْ عَلَى بَعْضٍ One party of them boasted against another [بِكَذَا in such a thing or quality &c.]. (K.) b2: Also فَخَرَ, inf. n. فَخْرٌ, He magnified himself by boasting. (TA.) b3: فَاخَرَهُ فَفَخَرَهُ, (S, O, K,) aor. فَخُرَ, (O, K, [in two copies of the S written فَخَرَ, contrary to analogy in a verb signifying surpassing in a contest, accord. to most of the grammarians,]) inf. n. فَخْرٌ: (S:) see 3. b4: فَخَرَ فُلَانٌ اليَوْمَ عَلَى فُلَانٍ فِى الشَّرَفِ وَالجَلَدِ وَالْمَنْطِقِ Such a one excelled to-day such a one in nobleness and hardiness and speech. (ISk, TA.) b5: فَخِرَ, aor. فَخَرَ, (O, K,) inf. n. فَخَرٌ, (TA,) He disdained, or scorned. (IAar, O, K, TA.) b6: فَخَرَهُ عَلَيْهِ: see 4.2 فَخَّرَ see 4.3 فَاْخَرَ ↓ فَاخَرَهُ فَفَخَرَهُ, (ISk, S, O, Msb, K,) inf. n. of the former مُفَاخَرَةٌ (Msb, K) and فِخَارٌ, (K,) [and aor. of the latter فَخُرَ, or, accord. to some, فَخَرَ, (see 3 in art. خصم,)] He vied, or competed, with him, or contended with him for superiority, in فَخْر [i. e. glorying, or boasting, &c., or in glory, or excellence, i. e. he emulated, or rivalled, him therein, and he surpassed him, or overcame him, therein; and, simply, he vied with him, and surpassed him]: (Msb, * K:) or he contended with him for superiority in generousness or nobleness of father and mother: (ISk, S:) and he surpassed him, or overcame him, therein. (ISk, S, Msb, K.) 4 افغرهُ عَلَيْهِ; (ISk, S, O, K;) and ↓ فخّرهُ عليه, inf. n. تَفْخِيرٌ; (ISk, S, O;) or عليه ↓ فَخَرَهُ, aor. فَخَرَ, (AZ, O, * K,) inf. n. فَخْرٌ; (AZ, O, TA;) He judged him, or made him, to excel, or to have excelled, him in فَخْر [or glorying, or boasting, or glory, or excellence]. (ISk, S, O, K.) b2: أَفْخَرَتْ She (a woman) brought forth none but such as was فَاخِر [or goodly, &c.]. (Lth, O.) 5 تفخّر (S, TA) and ↓ تفاخر (TA) He magnified himself; he was, or became, proud, haughty, or disdainful; syn. of the inf. n. of the former تَعَظُّمٌ, and تَكَبُّرٌ; (S, TA;) and that of the latter تَعَاظُمٌ. (TA.) 6 تفاخروا [They vied, or competed, or contended for superiority, one with another, in فَخْر, i. e., glorying, or boasting, or in glory, or excel-lence, i. e. they emulated, or rivalled, one another therein; and, simply, they vied, one with another;] they boasted together, one party against another. (S, * K.) تفاخروا فِيمَا بَيْنَهُمْ They boasted among themselves of their several causes of boasting. (Msb.) b2: See also 1, in two places; and 5.8 إِفْتَخَرَ see 1, first sentence. b2: [Hence,] افتخرت زَوَاخِرُهُ (tropical:) [Its herbs] became tall. (A, TA.) 10 استفخرهُ He bought it فَاخِرًا [i. e. of a good, a goodly, or an excellent, quality], namely, a garment, or piece of cloth, (Lth, O,) or a thing. (K.) And in like manner the verb is used in relation to the giving [and app. the taking] in marriage. (O.) فَخْرٌ [Glory: excellence: originally an inf. n.: as also فُخْرَةٌ.] You say عَلَيْهِمْ ↓ إِنَّهُ لَذُو فُخْرَةٍ, i. e. فَخْرٍ [Verily he possesses glory, or excellence, above them: or perhaps the meaning of this phrase may be verily he has a disposition to boast himself against them]: and هٰذَا ↓ مَا لَكَ فُخْرَةُ, i. e. فَخْرُهُ [Thou hast not the glory, or excellence, of this]. (Lh, TA.) فُخْرٌ and فُخُرٌ Thickness of an udder, with contractedness of the orifices of the teats, and with paucity of milk. (TA.) فُخْرَةٌ: see فَخْرٌ, in two places.

فِخْرَةٌ [A manner of glorying, or boasting]. Yousay فَخَرَ فِخْرَةً حَسَنَةً [He gloried, or boasted, in a good manner]. (Lh, TA.) فَخَارٌ [said in the Msb to be a simple subst.: see 1].

فَخُورٌ: see فَاخِرٌ. b2: Also A she-camel great in the udder, contracted in the orifices of the teats: (As, S, O:) or great in the udder, having little milk; (K, TA;) and likewise applied to a ewe or she-goat: or that yields thee what she has of milk, and has nothing remaining thereof. (TA.) b3: And A thick udder, contracted in the orifices of the teats, and having little milk: (K, TA:) erroneously repeated in the K among words ending with ز. (TA.) b4: And A palm-tree great in the trunk, thick in the branches. (S, O, K.) b5: Also, and ↓ فَيْخَرٌ, (O, K,) which is likewise with ز, (TA,) both applied to a horse, (O, K,) and the latter to a man also, (O,) Great in the yard, (O, K,) and long therein: (K:) and the latter, applied to a penis, great; mentioned by IDrd as with ز: (TA:) and the pl. is فَيَاخِرُ. (K, TA.) فَخِيرٌ One who vies, or competes, or contends, with another in glorying, or boasting, &c., (O, K,) or for superiority in generousness or nobleness of father and mother; (S;) i. q. مُفَاخِرٌ; (K;) like خَصِيمٌ (S, TA) in the sense of مُخَاصِمٌ. (TA.) You say جَآءَ فُلَانٌ فَخِيرً ثُمَّ رَجَعَ أَخِيرًا [Such a one came contending with others in glorying, or boasting, &c.: then returned last, or meanest]. (A.) b2: Also Overcome in فَخْر [i. e. glorying, or boasting, &c.]. (K.) فَخَّارٌ Baked pottery; baked vessels of clay: (Msb, voce خَزَفٌ:) or baked clay: before it is baked, it is called خَزَفٌ and صَلْصَالٌ: (Msb in the present art.:) or i. q. خَزَفٌ: (S, O, K:) or a kind of خَزَف of which earthen vessels, or jars, mugs, &c., are made: (TA:) or earthen vessels; vessels made of potters' clay: pl. of [or rather a coll. gen. n. of which the n. un. is] فَخَّارَةٌ. (K.) فِخِّيرٌ: see the paragraph here following.

فِخِّيرَةٌ: see the paragraph here following.

فِخِّيرَآءُ: see the paragraph here following.

فَاخِرٌ an epithet from فَخَرَ in the first of the senses expl. above; as also ↓ فَخُورٌ: (K:) [the former signifies Glorying; boasting; &c.: and the latter, the same as] ↓ فَخِّيرٌ one who glories, or boasts, much; (S, O, TA;) as also ↓ فِخِّيرَآءُ: (O, TA:) and ↓ فِخِّيرَةٌ one who glories, or boasts, very much. (O, * TA.) b2: A thing, (S, O, Msb,) or anything, (K,) [superb, grand; as though glorying, or boasting;] good; goodly; excellent; of excellent quality. (S, O, Msb, K.) b3: Also (assumed tropical:) Dates not yet ripe (بُسْرٌ) that grow large, and have no stones: (S, O, K:) as though they boasted against others. (TA.) فَيْخَرٌ: see فَخُورٌ, last sentence.

فَاخُورٌ A species of sweet-smelling plants; (S, TA;) i. q. رَيْحَانُ الشُّيُوخِ; (K, TA;) thus called by the people of El-Basrah; accord. to AHn, the مَرْو [or marum] having broad leaves; and said to be that of which there have come forth, in its midst, جَمَامِيح [pl. of جُمَّاحٌ, q. v.], like foxes' tails, with a red, sweet-smelling blossom in the middle thereof: the physicians assert that it cuts short the [sleep termed] سُبَات. (TA.) b2: [A meaning assigned by Golius to this word belongs to فُنَاخِرَةٌ.]

مَفْخَرَةٌ and مَفْخُرَةٌ A thing in which one glories, or boasts himself; (K;) a cause of glorying or boasting; a generous quality or action, or a generous quality that is inherited by generation from generation; syn. مَأْثَرَةٌ: (S, O:) pl. مَفَاخِرُ. (Msb.)
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