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1 فَزَرَ, (S, O, Msb, K, &c.,) aor. فَزُرَ, (M, O, TA,) or فَزِرَ, (Msb,) inf. n. فَزْرٌ, (S, * O, * Msb,) He rent, or slit, a garment, or piece of cloth: (K:) he dissundered (S, * O, * Msb) the same. (S, O.) b2: He split, slit, or cracked, a thing. (S, O, TA.) b3: He struck a man's nose with a thing so as to split it. (O, * TA.) b4: He struck one with a stick, or staff: (TA:) or he struck him with a stick, or staff, on his back, (K, TA,) so as to break it. (TA.) b5: He separated, disunited, sundered, or dispersed, a thing. (TA.) b6: He separated, or divided, a thing from another thing. (TA.) b7: He broke [a thing]. (Sh, O, Msb.) Sh says, I was in the desert, and, seeing some small round tents (قِبَاب) pitched, I said to an Arab of the desert, “To whom belong these قباب ? ” and he answered, لِبَنِى فَزَارَةَ فَزَرَ اللّٰهُ ظُهُورَهُمْ: whereupon I said to him, “What meanest thou by it? ” and he answered, “[To Benoo-Fezárah:] may God break [their backs]. ” (TA.) b8: He crumbled, or broke into small pieces, a جُلَّة [or round piece of camel's or similar dung]; as also ↓ فزّر, (TA,) and ↓ افزر. (O, K, TA. [In the CK, الحُلَّة is put for الجُلَّة.]) A2: See also 5.

A3: Also, as implied in the K, but correctly فَزِرَ, aor. فَزَرَ, inf. n. فَزَرٌ [q. v.], He was, or became, such as is termed أَفْزَر [expl. below]. (TA.) 2 فَزَّرَand 4: see 1, last signification but one.5 تفزّر It (a garment, or piece of cloth,) became rent, or slit; (K;) as also ↓ انفزر; (O, * K;) and ↓ فَزَرَ, inf. n. فُزُورٌ; (Msb; [but see فَزَرٌ, below;]) and so the like thereof; (Msb;) and the same is said of a wall: (TA:) and it (a garment, or piece of cloth,) became dissundered, ragged, tattered, or shabby, and old and worn out; (S, TA;) as also ↓ انفزر. (TA.) 7 إِنْفَزَرَ see 5, in two places.

فَزْرٌ inf. n. of the trans. v. فَزَرَ. (Msb.) b2: [and app. used as a simple subst., having for its pl. فُزُورٌ: see فِزَرٌ.]

A2: [Also] A man possessing little, or no, good, or goodness; or little, or no, wealth; like نَزْرٌ. (AZ, TA in art. نزر.) فِزْرٌ A flock of sheep, or herd of goats: (S, O:) or a flock of sheep from ten to forty: (AZ, A'Obeyd, S, O, K:) or from three to ten; thus in the copies of the K; but in the L, to twenty: (TA:) and two, and more: (S, O, K:) and hence, (S, O,) الفِزْرُ was a surname of Saad Ibn-ZeydMenáh: he came to the مَوْسِم [or fair, and place of meeting, app. of the pilgrims,] with some goats, and allowed them to be taken as spoil, saying, “ Whoso takes of them one, it shall be his, but a فِزْر [i. e. a pair or more] of them shall not be taken; ” فِزْرٌ here meaning two and more: whence the prov., لَا آتِيكَ مِعْزَى الفِزْرِ, meaning [I will not come to thee] until the goats of El-Fizr shall become gathered together; and [that means never, for] those goats will never become gathered together: (S, O, K:) or, accord. to ISd, this surname was given to him because he said to his sons, one after another, “Pasture ye these goats,” and they were incompliant to him; so he called to the people, “Collect yourselves together; ” and they did so; and he said, “Take ye them as spoil; but I do not allow to any one more than one; ”

therefore they separated them at once, and they became scattered in the country: this was the origin of the prov.: and one of their provs. relating to leaving a thing undone is the saying, لَا

أَفْعَلُ ذَلِكَ مِعْزَىالفِزْرِ [I will not do that until the goats of El-Fizr shall become gathered together. (TA.) Accord. to AO, (S, O, TA,) فِزْرٌ means The kid (S, O, K, TA) itself: (S, O, TA:) and one says, لَاأَفْعَلُهُ مَا نَزَا فِزْرٌ [I will not do it as long as a kid leaps]. (TA.) b2: And The male young one of the نَمِر [or leopard]: (TA:) or the male young one of the [beast of prey called] بَبْر [q. v.], (O, K, TA, [in the CK, erroneously, بَيْر,]) as is said in the T, and likewise in the Tekmileh: (TA:) and فِزْرَةٌ signifies the female young one thereof; (O, K, TA;) or, as some say, the sister thereof: (TA:) and ↓ فَزَارَةٌ signifies the female of the بَبْر; (O, Msb, TA;) thus says IAar, (O,) [and] thus is said in the T: (TA:) or the mother of the بَبْر is called فزارة; and also the female of the نَمِر; (K, TA;) thus says IAar. (TA.) A2: Also The أصْل [or origin, &c.,] (O, K) of a thing. (O.) A3: And A small thing, (O, K,) like a نَبْخَة [or blister], in the root of the thigh, (O,) below the extremity of the pubes, resembling a غُدَّة [or ganglion], from an ulcer that comes forth in a man, (O, K,) or from a wound. (O.) فَزَرٌ an inf. n. [of which the verb, accord. to a general rule, is فَزِرَ], A garment's being old and worn out; and rent, or slit. (KL. [See also 5, with which the verb فَزَرَ, inf. n. فُزُورٌ, is mentioned in a similar sense.]) b2: And [app. The being open, or wide, or broad,] meaning in Pers. فراخ شدن. (KL.) A2: Also The being such as is termed أَفْزَر [expl. below]. (S. [See 1, last sentence.]) فِزَرٌ Slits, rents, or fissures: (K:) but this word perhaps occurred to the author of the K mistranscribed; for it is said in the L that فُزُورٌ [a pl. of which the sing. is app. فَزْرٌ, originally an inf. n.,] signifies slits, rents, or fissures, and clefts, or cracks. (TA.) فُزْرَةٌ: see فَازِرٌ.

A2: Also A great protuberance upon the back, or upon the chest. (K.) فَزَارَةٌ: see فِزْرٌ, last quarter of the paragraph.

فَازِرٌ A wide road; (S, O, K;) as also ↓ فُزْرَةٌ: (O, K:) or a wide and conspicuous road: or, accord. to ISh, a road that passes over the [eminences termed] نِجَاف [pl. of نَجَفٌ] and the [hills, or small mountains termed] قُور [pl. of قَارَةٌ], and cleaves them as though it made furrows upon their heads: you say, أَخَذْنَاالفَازِرَ and أَخَذْنَاطَرِيقَ الفَازِرِ, meaning [We took] the road that made a track upon the heads and the base of the mountains. (TA.) And ↓ فَازِرَةٌ [or طَرِيقٌ فَازِرَةٌ] signifies A road taking its course in a tract of sand amid sands that are compact and cleaving to the ground, (K, TA,) and soft; appearing like an extended, long, natural cleft in the ground: (TA:) the same meaning is also assigned to فَارِزَةٌ. (K * and TA in art. فرز.) A2: Also A species of ants, (O,) black ants, (K,) in which is a redness: (O, K:) mentioned also among words of which the final radical is ز [as being called فَارِزٌ]. (TA.) b2: and The round black thing [app. a species of animalcule] found in [dried] dates. (O.) فَازِرَةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

أَفْزَرُ and ↓ مَفْزُورٌ A man humpbacked; (S, O;) having a great protuberance upon his back; (S, O, K:) or having such a protuberance upon his chest: (K:) or, accord. to Ibn-'Abbád, the former signifies the same as أَقْعَسُ [having a protuberant breast, or chest, and a hollow, or receding, back]. (O. [See also أَفْرَزُ.]) b2: And [the fem. of the former] فَزْرَآءُ A female, (K,) or girl, or young woman, (TA,) full of fat and flesh: or that has nearly attained to puberty. (K, TA.) مَفْزُورُ الأَنْفِ A man having his nose struck with a thing so as to be split. (TA.) A2: See also أَفْزَرُ.
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