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3215. فطم15 3216. فطن12 3217. فظ5 3218. فظع15 3219. فعل15 3220. فعم93221. فغر12 3222. فغفور1 3223. فغم10 3224. فغو5 3225. فقأ13 3226. فقح10 3227. فقد16 3228. فقر21 3229. فقص8 3230. فقع15 3231. فقم13 3232. فقه17 3233. فقو3 3234. فك4 3235. فكر15 3236. فكل9 3237. فكه17 3238. فل5 3239. فلت13 3240. فلج18 3241. فلح20 3242. فلذ15 3243. فلز10 3244. فلس17 3245. فلست1 3246. فلطح7 3247. فلع10 3248. فلق18 3249. فلقس5 3250. فلك18 3251. فلن12 3252. فلهد4 3253. فلو8 3254. فلى5 3255. فم5 3256. فن4 3257. فنتق3 3258. فنجان2 3259. فنخ8 3260. فند16 3261. فندر4 3262. فندق6 3263. فنزج6 3264. فنطس8 3265. فنع9 3266. فنق12 3267. فنك14 3268. فنو5 3269. فنى4 3270. فه3 3271. فهد12 3272. فهر13 3273. فهرس7 3274. فهم15 3275. فهو3 3276. فو4 3277. فوت15 3278. فوج13 3279. فوح12 3280. فوخ9 3281. فود14 3282. فور18 3283. فوز15 3284. فوص4 3285. فوض15 3286. فوط8 3287. فوظ4 3288. فوف12 3289. فوفل3 3290. فوق16 3291. فول9 3292. فولاذ1 3293. فوم17 3294. فوه17 3295. فى1 3296. فيأ16 3297. فيج8 3298. فيح12 3299. فيخ4 3300. فيد12 3301. فيروزج3 3302. فيش9 3303. فيص10 3304. فيض18 3305. فيظ8 3306. فيف13 3307. فيق6 3308. فيل16 3309. فين13 3310. فيه1 3311. فيهج1 3312. ق6 3313. قأب7 3314. قب6 Prev. 100
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1 فَعُمَ, aor. فَعُمَ, inf. n. فَعَامَةٌ and فُعُومَةٌ, It was, or became, full; said of the سَاعِد [or fore arm]; (S, K;) and of a vessel. (K.) b2: And فَعُمَتْ, said of a woman, She was, or became, full-formed, and thick in her shank. (K.) A2: See also 4, in three places.2 فَعَّمَ see what next follows.4 افعم; [like أَفْأَمَ;] (S, K;) and so افغم; (K in art. فغم;) as also ↓ فعّم; (thus in some of the copies of the K;) or ↓ فَعَمَ, (thus accord. to other copies of the K and accord. to the TA,) aor. فَعَمَ, inf. n. فَعْمٌ; (TA;) He filled a vessel; (S, K, TA;) and exceeded the usual degree, or strove, or laboured, or did not fall short of what was requisite, in filling it. (TA.) b2: And أَفْعَمْتُ البَيْتَ بِرِيحِ العُودِ [I filled the house, or chamber, or tent, with the odour of aloes-wood]. (S.) It is said in a trad., لَوْ أَنْ امْرَأَةً مِنَ الحُورِ العِينَ أَشْرَفَتْ لَأَفْعَمَتْ مَا َبيْنَ السَّمَآءِ وَالأَرْضِ رِيحَ المِسْكِ i. e. [If a woman (or Paradise) of those having eyes like the eyes of gazelles rose into view,] she would fill [the space between the heaven and the earth with the odour of musk]: thus related: and also لَأَفْغَمَتْ, and لَفَغَمَتْ: but Az says that the right relation is لافعمت, with ع. (TA in this art. and in art. فغم.) And one says, افعم المِسْكُ البَيْتَ The musk filled with its odour, (S,) or perfumed, (K,) [the house, or chamber, or tent.] b3: and افعم الرَّجُلَ He filled the man with anger; (S, TA;) mentioned by Az on the authority of Aboo-Turáb: (TA:) or he angered him: or he filled his nose with odour, (K, TA,) i. e. with sweet odour: (TA:) as also ↓ فَعِمَهُ and ↓ فَعَمَهُ, aor. of both فَعَمَ, (K, TA,) inf. n. فَعْمٌ; but better known with the pointed غ. (TA.) b4: And افعمهُ and افغمهُ He filled him with joy, or happiness. (Aboo-Turáb, TA.) 12 اِفْعَوْعَمَ It became full, and overflowed. (K.) b2: And افعوعم طِيبًا It (a house, or chamber, or tent,) became filled with perfume. (TA.) فَعْمٌ Full; applied in this sense to a سَاعِد [or fore arm]; (S, K;) and to a vessel; as also ↓ فَعْمَلٌ, in which the ل is augmentative: (K:) and full of flesh; applied to the place of the anklet. (TA.) It is said of the Prophet, in a trad., كَانَ فَعْمَ الأَوْصَال i. e. He was full in respect of the limbs. (TA.) And one says اِمْرَأَةٌ فَعْمَةٌ A woman full-formed, and thick in her shank. (K.) And حَاضِرٌ فَعْمٌ A [great] tribe filled with its people. (TA.) [See also مُفْعَمٌ: and see أَفْعَمُ.]

A2: And A species of tree: or the rose. (K.) فَعْمَلٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

أَفْعَمُ Full [like فَعْمٌ]: or overflowing by reason of fulness. (TA.) مُفْعَمٌ Filled; applied in this sense to a skin for water or milk; as also مُفْأَمٌ: but as to ↓ مَفْعُومٌ, IAar asserts that he had not heard it except in a verse of Kutheiyir: Az, however, mentions it as signifying full [like فَعْمٌ], applied to a river, or rivulet: and Aboo-Sahl cites an ex. of it from the verses of the Fs as signifying full of flesh. (TA.) b2: The phrase سَيْلٌ مُفْعَمٌ may be of the same category as هَمٌّ نَاصِبٌ [for هَمٌّ ذُو نَصَبٍ], the meaning being A torrent having the quality of filling; though the possessive epithet in most instances has the form of the act. part. n., such as طَالِقٌ [for ذَاتَ طَلَاقٍ] and مُرْضِعٌ [for ذَاتُ رَضِيعٍ]: or it may be that مَفْعَمٌ in this case is expressive of muchness, or abundance, like the latter word in the phrase شِعْرٌ شَاعِرٌ and in مَوْتٌ مَائِتٌ. (Ham p. 106.) مَفْعُومٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

فعو or فعى 1 فَعَا شَيْئًا i. q. فتته [so in my original, app., if not a mistranscription, فَتَّتَهُ i. e. He crumbled a thing much]; said of a man. (TA.) 2 فعّى, inf. n. تَفْعِيَةٌ, He branded a camel with a mark in the form of the viper (الأَفْعَى). (TA.) 4 افعى He (a man) became possessed of [or characterized by] evil after good or goodness. (TA.) 5 تفعّى He (a man, S) became like the viper (الأَفْعَى, S, K) in evil: (S, TA:) or, as in the A, he made himself to resemble the viper (تَشَّبَهَ بِالأَفْعَى) in the evilness of his disposition. (TA.) فَاعٍ Angry and foaming [with anger]. (IAar, M, K.) b2: And [the fem.] فَاعِيَةٌ A woman (TA) wont to calumniate; syn. نَمَّامَةٌ. (K, TA: in the CK الثُّمامَةُ is put for النَّمَّامَةُ.) فَاعِيَةٌ [as a subst.] The flower of the حِنَّآء [i. e. Lawsonia inermis, or Egyptian privet]: (K:) [said to be] a dial. var. of فَاغِيَةٌ [q. v.]. (TA.) أَفْعًى, (S, Msb, K) of the fem. gender, but with tenween, (S, Msb,) because it is a subst., not an epithet; (Msb;) [said in the S and Msb to be like أَرْوًى; but this is a mistake, for اروى is without tenween;] or it is an epithet and a subst.; (K, TA;) but mostly a subst.; (TA;) [if used as an epithet, it is without tenween, written أَفْعَى, being also of the measure of a verb;] A certain serpent, (S, Msb, K,) of a malignant kind; [i. e. the viper;] also called ↓ أُفْعُوٌّ, (K, TA, [in the CK, erroneously, اُفْعُوان, which see in what follows,]) occurring in a trad., in which it is said that there is no harm in the killing of the أُفْعُوّ and the حُدُوّ by the مُحْرِم, the [final] alif being changed into و in both of these words in the dial. of El-Hijáz: (TA:) it is spotted, black and white; slender in the neck; broad in the head; it is said that it will not quit its place; (TA;) always coiling itself round; and neither antidote nor charm is of any avail against it: (Msb, TA:) sometimes it has two horns [i. e. it sometimes signifies the cerastes, or horned viper]: (TA:) ↓ أُفْفُوَانٌ signifies the male: (S, Msb, TA:) [see also خِشَاشٌ:] the pl. is أَفَاعٍ. (S, Msb, K. * [In the K, the pl. is written أَفَاعِى, which, when indeterminate, is wrong.]) b2: [Hence,] by way of comparison [to vipers], (TA,) الأَفَاعِى signifies (tropical:) Certain veins (عُرُوق) that branch off from the حَالِبَانِ [q. v.]. (K.) أَفْعآءٌ [a pl. of which the sing. is not mentioned] Sweet, or pleasant, odours. (IAar, M, K.) أُفْعُوٌّ, and أُفْعُوانٌ: see أَفْعًى.

أَرْضٌ مَفْعَاةٌ A land in which are vipers (أَفَاعٍ): or, abounding therewith. (K.) مُفَعًّى A camel branded with a mark in the form of the viper (الأَفْعَى): (K:) and [the fem.]

مُفَعَّاةٌ camels (إِبِلٌ) branded therewith. (TA.) مُفَعَّاةٌ [as a subst.] A brand in the form of the viper (الأَفْعَى). (S, K.)
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