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1 فَصَّهُ, [aor., accord. to rule, فَصُّ, and inf. n., accord. to Golius, فَصٌّ,] (tropical:) He separated it from (مِنْ) another thing; (S, A, K;) as also ↓ افتصّهُ: (S, K:) and he pulled it out, or up, or off; or removed it; or displaced it; from another thing; (S, K;) as also ↓ the latter. (S.) A2: فَصَّ, inf. n. فَصَصٌ: see 7.

A3: فَصَّ الجُرْحُ, aor. فَصِّ, inf. n. فَصِيصٌ, (S, M, O, K,) like فَزَّ; (S, O;) The wound became moist, and flowed: (S, O, K:) or flowed: or flowed with somewhat, not much. (M.) And فَصَّ العَرَقُ The sweat exuded; (M, TA;) and so فِزَّ. (TA.) b2: فَصَّ said of the [locust, or cricket, called]

جُنْدَب, (Sh, O, K,) inf. n. فَصِيصٌ (M, O) and فَصٌّ, (M,) It uttered a sound. (Sh, M, O, K.) And, said of a child, (AA, O, K,) inf. n. فَصِيصٌ, (AA, O,) He uttered a weak weeping, (AA, O, K, TA,) like whistling. (TA.) b3: And فَصِيصٌ signifies also The being in a state of commotion; and twisting, or winding. (M.) A4: And one says, مَا فَصَّ فِى يَدِ ى شَىْءٌ, (IAar, M, O, K,) aor. فَصِّ, inf. n. فَصٌّ, (M,) Nothing remained, or became permanent, (IAar, O, K,) or accrued, (M,) [in my hand,] مِنْهُ, [thereof, or therefrom]. (M.) 2 فصّص الخَاتَمَ [He set a فَصّ (q. v.) in the ring, or signet]. (A.) A2: فصّص بِعَيْنِهِ, (A,) inf. n. تَفْصِيصٌ, (O, K,) (tropical:) He looked intently, or hardly: (A:) or he opened his eyes and looked intently, or hardly. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) 4 أَفْصَ3َافصّ إِلَيْهِ مِنْ حَقِّهِ شَيْأً (assumed tropical:) He produced, or gave forth, (Fr, S, K,) or gave, (M,) to him somewhat of his right, or due. (Fr, S, M, K.) 7 انفصّ (tropical:) It became separated from (مِنْ) another thing: (S, M, K, TA:) it became parted asunder, severed, disjoined, or disunited: (TA:) and i. q. اِنْفَرَجَ [app. as meaning it opened, so as to form an interval, an interstice, or a gap]; (L;) [and so, app., ↓ فَصَّ, aor. فَصَّ, inf. n. فَصَصٌ; for]

فَصَصٌ is syn, with اِنْفِرَاجٌ. (TA.) And [hence,] (assumed tropical:) He got out of or from (من) a thing, and severed himself therefrom. (Mtr, in De Sacy's Chrest. Arabe, 2nd ed., tome iii., p. 232.) And انْفَصَصْتُ عَنِ الكَلَامِ means اِنْفَرَجْتُ [i. e., app., I broke off from, or intermitted, speaking]. (L.) 8 إِفْتَصَ3َ see 1, in two places.10 مَا استفصّ مِنْهُ شَيْأً (assumed tropical:) He did not extract, get out, or elicit, from him, or it, anything. (S, K.) R. Q. 1 فَصْفَصَ He told a narrative, or story, truly; (IAar, K, TA;) as though from its فَصّ, [q. v.,] and كُنْه. (TA.) b2: And [the inf. n.] signifies The being hasty in speech, (Ibn-'Abbád, 'O, K,) and quick therein. (Ibn-'Abbád, O.) A2: Also He fed a beast, or horse or the like, with فِصْفِصَة [q. v.]. (M.) R. Q. 2 تَفَصْفَصُوا عَنْهُ, (K, TA,) مِنْ حَوَالَيْهِ, (O, TA,) They dispersed themselves, and took themselves away, from him, (K, TA,) from around him; and took fright, and ran away at random. (O, TA.) فَصٌّ, of a ring, or signet, (S, M, A, Msb, K,) signifies [The stone, or gem, or] what is set therein, (Lth, M, L, Msb,) of a different substance therefrom; (Msb;) and is also written ↓ فِصٌّ, (M, A, K,) thus pronounced by the vulgar, (Lth, S,) but J's saying this does not necessarily mean that it is incorrect, which, as in opposition to what is said by J, it is asserted not to be in the K [and A], (TA,) or the latter form is bad, accord. to ISk and El-Fárábee; (Msb;) and ↓ فُصٌّ; (A, K;) all of which three forms are mentioned by Ibn-Málik and others; but they assert that the first is the most correct and the most commonly known: (TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أَفُصٌّ (Lth, M) and [of mult.] فُصُوصٌ (S, M, A, Msb, K) and فِصَاصٌ. (Lth, M.) b2: [Also, Any gem, or similar stone, rare or common, and natural or factitious: and any hard stone cut for inlaying or for construction. b3: A die, such as is used in the game of tables, or backgammon: and an ossicle that is used in like manner: see كَعْبٌ.] b4: (tropical:) A clove (سِنٌّ) of garlic; (Lth, A, O, K;) [and] so ↓ فَصَّةٌ. (S and L in art. سن.) b5: (assumed tropical:) The yolk of an egg. (M, voce مُحٌّ.) b6: (assumed tropical:) The bubbles of water. (M.) b7: (assumed tropical:) What leaps, or leap, up, [i. e., the particles that leap up, in effervescence,] of wine. (M.) b8: (tropical:) The black (حَدَقَة) of the eye: (M, K:) [or the pupil: for] you say, عَرَفْتُ البَغْضَآءَ فِى فَصِّ حَدَقَتِهِ (tropical:) [I knew vehement hatred in the pupil of the black of his eye]: and رَمَوْهُ بِفُصُوصِ أَعْيُنِهِمْ (tropical:) [they cast piercing glances at him with their eyeballs]. (A, TA.) b9: (tropical:) A joint, or place of separation between two parts of an animal: (M, A:) or any joint, (AZ, M,) or any place of meeting of two bones, (ISk, S, Msb, K,) except (of) the fingers, (AZ, M,) for the joints thereof are not so called: (M:) pl., in this and all the other senses which we have mentioned, [of pauc.] أَفُصٌّ (M) and [of mult.]

فُصُوصٌ: (S, M, A, Msb:) or, as some say, contradicting AZ, the فصوص are the بَرَاجِم and the سُلَامَيَات: [see these two words:] (Sh, TA:) and ISh says, in the “ Book of Horses,” that the فصوص of the horse are the joints of the knee and pasterns, in which latter are the سُلَامَيَات, these being the bones of the pasterns. (TA.) One says of a horse, إِنَّ فُصُوصَهُ لَظِمَآءٌ (tropical:) Verily his joints are hard; not flabby nor fleshy. (S, A.) [and hence, app., from the place in which it is mentioned by Z in this art., the saying,] فُلَانٌ حَزَّازُ الفُصُوصِ [in a copy of the A, حَزَّارُ; and in the TA, ضرار; but I have no doubt that the right reading is that which I have given; lit., Such a one is the great cutter of joints;] meaning, (tropical:) Such a one is often right in his judgment, or opinion, and in his answer. (A, TA.) b10: Hence, [immediately,] accord. to Abu-l-'Abbás; or [originally] from فَصٌّ in the first of the senses expl. above, accord. to IDrd; (Mtr, cited in De Sacy's Chrest. Arabe, see. ed. iii. 232;) فَصُّ أَمْرٍ (tropical:) The point upon which a thing, or an affair, turns, or hinges; or the point in which it is distinguished, or discriminated, from other things; syn. مَفْصِلُهُ; (Abu-l- 'Abbás ubi suprà, S, Msb, K;) or مَحَزُّهٌ: (Mtr ubi suprá:) [or its utmost point, or particular; syn. مُنْتَهَاهُ: (Msb in art. فصل, in explanation of مَفْصِلُ أمْرٍ:)] or its origin, or source; syn. أَصْلُه; (M; and Mtr ubi suprà, and L;) and مَخْرَجُهُ الَّذى قَدْ خَرَجَ مِنْهُ: (L, TA:) and its essence, or very essence; its substance; its most essential, or elementary, part; its pith; the ultimate element to which it can be reduced or resolved; syn. حَقِيقَتُهُ, (M, L, TA,) and كُنْهُهُ, i. e. جَوْهَرُهُ, and نِهَايَتُهُ: (L, TA:) or its real, as opposed to its apparent, state; syn. مَخْبَرُهُ. (A, TA.) Hence the saying, (S, Msb, TA,) of a poet, (S, TA,) or of Ez-Zubeyr Ibn-El-'Owwám, (TA,) or of 'AbdAllah Ibn-Jaafar Ibn-Abee-Tálib, (Mtr ubi suprà, and TA,) وَيَأْتِيكَ بِالأَمْرِ مِنْ فَصِّهِ (tropical:) [And he will tell thee the thing, or affair, tracing it from the point on which it turns, or hinges; &c.: but it appears to be originally without وَ; forming an incomplete hemistich: see Freytag's Arab. Prov. ii. 918]: (S, M, * A, * Mtr, TA:) or he will tell thee the thing, or affair, distinctly. (Msb, TA. *) You say also, قَرَأْتُ فِى فَصِّ الكِتَابِ كَذَا (tropical:) [I read, in the most essential part of the book or writing, such a thing]. (A, TA.) And hence, فُصُوصُ الأَخْبَارِ (tropical:) [The most essential parts or particulars of narrations]. (A.) فُصٌّ: see فَصٌّ, first signification.

فِصٌّ: see فَصٌّ, first signification.

فَصَّةٌ: see فَصٌّ, former half.

فَصِيصٌ [as an inf. n.: see 1.

A2: Also] Datestones (نَوًى) clean, as though oiled. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) فَصَّاصٌ [A cutter, or an engraver, or a seller, of فُصُوص, or stones, or gems, for rings or signets]. (TA.) فَصْفِصٌ: see what next follows.

فصْفِصَةٌ (S, M, Msb, K) and ↓ فِصْفِصٌ (M) A certain plant; (K;) i. q. رَطْبَةٌ [a species of trefoil, or clover], (S, M, Msb,) a food for beasts, or horses and the like, (TA,) before it dries up; after which it is called قَتّ: (Msb:) or i. q. قَتٌّ: or قَتّ in its fresh state: (M:) also written with س: (TA:) originally, (S, M,) in Pers., (S, M, K,) إِسْفِسْتْ, (so in copies of the S,) or إِسْبِسْتْ, (so in a copy of the S and one of the M) or إِسْبِسْتْ, (K, and so, accord. to the TA, in the hand writing of Az,) or إِسْپِسْتْ: (CK:) pl. فَصَافِصُ. (S, M, Msb.) فُصَافِصٌ Hardy; strong; (O, K, TA;) applied to a man. (TA.) الفُصَافصَةُ The lion. (O, K.) خَاتَمٌ مُفَصَّصٌ [A ring, or signet, having a فَصّ set in it]. (A.)
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