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1 فَسَخَ, (S, A, L, K,) aor. فَسَخَ, (S, L, K,) inf. n. فَسْخٌ; (S, L;) and ↓ فسّخ; (L; [but this has an intensive signification;]) He dislocated, luxated, or disjointed, (A, L, K,) one's arm, or hand, (S, A, L, K,) or a limb, without breaking: (L:) [and] فَسَخْتُ المَفْصِلَ عَنْ مَوْضِعِهِ I removed the joint from its place. (Msb.) b2: And the former v., aor. and inf. n. as above, He removed a stick, or twig, or branch, from its place with his hand. (Msb.) b3: And the same v., (S, Msb,) aor. as above, (A,) and so the inf. n., (K,) He cast, or cast off, (S, Msb, K,) a garment, (S, Msb,) or his garments. (A.) You say, فَسَخْتُ عَنِّى ثَوْبِى

I cast, or cast off, from me my garment. (S.) b4: And the same v., (L, Msb,) [aor. and] inf. n. as above, (K,) He separated, disunited, sundered, dissundered, or dispersed, (L, Msb, K,) a thing. (L, Msb.) b5: Also, the same verb, (S, A, L, Msb,) aor. as above, (L,) and so the inf. n., (L, Msb, K,) (tropical:) He undid, dissolved, or annulled, (S, A, L, Msb, K,) a sale, (S, A, L, Msb,) and a determination, resolution, or decision, (S,) and a marriage, (S, A, L,) and a contract, compact, or covenant, and an affair. (Msb.) b6: And the same v., (L, Msb,) [aor. and] inf. n. as above, (L, K,) (assumed tropical:) He (a man, Msb) corrupted, or disordered, the judgment, or opinion. (L, Msb, K.) A2: فَسِخَ, aor. فَسَخَ, (L, K,) inf. n. فَسَخٌ; (L;) or فَسَخَ, this v. being intrans. as well as trans.; (Msb;) (assumed tropical:) It (the judgment, or opinion,) was, or became, corrupt, or disordered. (L, Msb, K.) b2: [And, accord. to the TK, فَسِخَ, (but this I think to be a mistake for فَسَخَ,) inf. n. فَسْخٌ, signifies ضَعُفَ ((assumed tropical:) He was, or became, weak, app. in intellect and in body; see فَسْخٌ below); said of a man: and جَهِلَ (app. intrans., meaning (assumed tropical:) He was, or became, ignorant; but accord. to the TK trans., meaning he knew not a thing).] b3: In the conventional language of the philosophers, الفَسْخُ [as an inf. n.] signifies (assumed tropical:) The transmigration of the rational soul of a human being from his body to [some one of] the inanimate, not increasing, bodies, such as the minerals, or metals, and the simple elements: (Dict. of Technical Terms used in the Sciences of the Musalmans:) or, to a plant: the former meaning being that of الرَّسْخُ. (So in a marginal note in a copy of the TK.) 2 فَسَّخَ see the preceding paragraph, first sentence.3 فاسخهُ البَيْعَ (tropical:) [He agreed with him in undoing, dissolving, or annulling, the sale]. (A. [See 6.]) 4 افسخ القُرْآنَ (assumed tropical:) He forgot the Kur-án. (Fr, S.) 5 تَفَسَّخَ see 7, in two places. b2: تفسّخ الشَّعَرُ عَنِ الجِلْدِ The hair fell off and became scattered from the skin, peculiarly of a dead body: (L, K:) and in like manner, اللَّحْمُ عَنِ العَظْمِ the flesh from the bone. (A, L.) And تَفَسَّخَتِ الفَأَرَةُ فِى المَآءِ The rat, or mouse, became dissundered, [or fell in pieces, through putrefaction,] in the water. (S.) b3: تفسّخ تَحْتَ الحِمْلِ الثَّقِيلِ, said of a [young camel such as is termed] رُبَع, (S, K, *) He was, or became, weak beneath the heavy load, (K,) and unable to bear it: (S, K:) and [in like manner] one says of a man, تفسّخ تَحْتَ العِبْءِ الثَّقِيلِ. (A.) 6 تفاسخوا العَقْدَ (assumed tropical:) They agreed together in undoing, dissolving, or annulling, the contract, compact, or covenant. (Msb.) And تفاسخا البَيْعَ (tropical:) [They two agreed in dissolving, or annulling, the sale]. (A.) b2: And تفاسخت الأَقَاوِيلُ (tropical:) The sayings annulled, or contradicted, one another. (TA.) 7 انفسخ It (a limb, L, such as an arm, or a hand, A, L) became dislocated, luxated, or disjointed; (A, L;) as also ↓ تفسّخ. (L.) One says, وَقَعَ فُلَانٌ فَانْفَسَخَتْ قَدَمُهُ Such a one fell, and his foot became dislocated. (L. [And the like is said in the A.]) b2: It (a stick, or twig, or branch,) became removed from its place by the hand. (Msb.) b3: It (flesh) became dissundered by putrefaction; as also ↓ تفسّخ. (L.) b4: And, said of a sale, (S, A, K,) and a determination, resolution, or decision, (S, K,) and a marriage, (S, A, K,) [and a contract, compact, or covenant, (see 1,)] and an affair, (L,) (tropical:) It became undone, dissolved, or annulled. (S, A, L, K.) b5: Also said of a weak man, [app. as meaning (assumed tropical:) He became unnerved,] on an occasion of difficulty. (L: see فَسِيخٌ.) فَسْخٌ [mentioned above as the inf. n. of 1 in most of its senses] (assumed tropical:) Weakness (L, K) in intellect and in body; as also ↓ فَسْخَةٌ. (L.) b2: and (assumed tropical:) Ignorance: (K:) which is referrible to weakness of intellect. (TA.) A2: And (assumed tropical:) Weak in intellect and in body; as also ↓ فَسْخَةٌ. (K.) b2: See also فَسِيخٌ.

فَسِخٌ (assumed tropical:) A corrupt, or disordered, judgment, or opinion. (L.) فَسْخَةٌ: see فَسْخٌ, in two places.

فَسِيخٌ [applied to flesh-meat, Parting in pieces, and easily resolvable, by reason of much cooking. (Golius, from Meyd.) b2: And] (assumed tropical:) A weak man, who becomes unnerved (↓ يَنْفَسِخُ) on an accasion of difficulty: (L:) a man who does not attain that which he wants, (S, L, K,) and is not fit for his affair, or business; as also ↓ فَسْخٌ [q. v.]. (K.) ثَوْبٌ فَاسِخٌ [(assumed tropical:) A faded garment: so in the language of the present day: perhaps post-classical]. (A in art. رمد.) A2: [الفَاسِخُ is a name given by the Jews to their festival of The Passover: see De Sacy's Chrest. Ar., sec. ed., i. 291, and p. 97 of the Ar. text: and see also الفِصْحُ.]
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