William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن

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3216. فطن13 3217. فظ5 3218. فظع16 3219. فعل16 3220. فعم10 3221. فغر133222. فغفور1 3223. فغم11 3224. فغو6 3225. فقأ13 3226. فقح11 3227. فقد17 3228. فقر22 3229. فقص9 3230. فقع16 3231. فقم14 3232. فقه18 3233. فقو4 3234. فك4 3235. فكر16 3236. فكل10 3237. فكه18 3238. فل5 3239. فلت14 3240. فلج19 3241. فلح21 3242. فلذ16 3243. فلز10 3244. فلس18 3245. فلست1 3246. فلطح8 3247. فلع11 3248. فلق19 3249. فلقس5 3250. فلك19 3251. فلن13 3252. فلهد4 3253. فلو9 3254. فلى5 3255. فم5 3256. فن4 3257. فنتق3 3258. فنجان2 3259. فنخ9 3260. فند17 3261. فندر5 3262. فندق7 3263. فنزج6 3264. فنطس9 3265. فنع10 3266. فنق13 3267. فنك15 3268. فنو6 3269. فنى4 3270. فه3 3271. فهد13 3272. فهر14 3273. فهرس8 3274. فهم16 3275. فهو4 3276. فو4 3277. فوت16 3278. فوج14 3279. فوح13 3280. فوخ10 3281. فود15 3282. فور19 3283. فوز16 3284. فوص5 3285. فوض16 3286. فوط9 3287. فوظ5 3288. فوف13 3289. فوفل3 3290. فوق17 3291. فول10 3292. فولاذ1 3293. فوم18 3294. فوه18 3295. فى1 3296. فيأ16 3297. فيج9 3298. فيح13 3299. فيخ5 3300. فيد13 3301. فيروزج3 3302. فيش10 3303. فيص11 3304. فيض19 3305. فيظ9 3306. فيف14 3307. فيق7 3308. فيل17 3309. فين14 3310. فيه1 3311. فيهج1 3312. ق7 3313. قأب7 3314. قب6 3315. قبج6 Prev. 100




1 فَغَرَ, (S, Mgh, Msb, K,) aor. فَغَرَ (Msb, K) and فَغُرَ, (AZ, K,) inf. n. فَغْرٌ (Msb, TA) and فُغُورٌ, (TA,) He opened his mouth; (S, Mgh, Msb, K;) as also ↓ افغر. (Zj, Sgh, K.) b2: [Also, both verbs, فَغَرَ and ↓ افغر, He, or it, made, or caused, to open the mouth. And hence,] فَغَرَ النَّجْمُ, (T, TA,) or النَّجْمُ ↓ أَفْغَرَ, (S, O,) i. e., الُّرَيَّا, (T, S, O,) The asterism, meaning the Pleiades, became overhead: [lit., made one to open his mouth:] (T:) this is in the winter: (S, O:) for when the Pleiades are in the midst of the sky, he who looks at them opens his mouth: (T, S, O:) or the Pleiades began to rise [after sunset, so as to be overhead in the middle of the night], in the winter. (TA.) A2: فَغَرَ also signifies It (the mouth) opened; (S, Mgh, Msb, K;) as also ↓ انفغر: (K:) and the latter is said of a blossom, or flower, in the same sense. (S, Msb, TA.) b2: And فَغَرَتِ السِّنُّ (assumed tropical:) The tooth showed its point; as though it broke forth to grow: but some say that its ف is substituted for ث, and Az inclines to think so [though ثَغَرَ differs much in meaning from فَغَرَ]. (TA.) 4 أَفْغَرَ and 7: see 1; the former in three places.

هُوَ وَاسِعُ فَغْرِ الفَمِ He is wide in the opening of the mouth. (Lth, O, K.) b2: And accord. to Lth, (O,) فَغَرٌ signifies also A rose when it opens: (O, K:) but it is thought by Az to be, in this sense, a mistake for فَغْوٌ, with و. (O.) وُلِدَ بِالْفَغْرَةِ He was born at the commencement of the rising of the Pleiades [after sunset]; (O, K;) which is in the winter. (TA.) See 1.

فُغْرَةٌ The mouth of a valley: pl. فُغَرٌ. (O, K.) طَعْنَةٌ فَغَارِ, the latter word like قَطَامِ, [A spearwound, or the like,] that passes through. (O, K.) فَاغِرٌ, an epithet in which the quality of a subst. is predominant, (TA,) A [certain] دُوَيْبَّة [i. e. small animal, or small creeping thing, or insect], (O, K, TA,) always opening its mouth: (O, TA:) and another, black and white in the أَنْف [or snout], that stings men. (TA.) فَاغِرَةٌ A sort of perfume: (S, K, TA:) or (K, TA) the roots of the [lotus called] نَيْلُوفَر [q. v.] (S, K, TA) of India: (S, TA:) or the كَبَابَة [or cubeb] (K, TA) of China; because, when a man eats it, he opens his mouth. (TA.) مَفْغَرَةٌ A wide tract of land. (S, K.) b2: and An opening, or a hollow, in a mountain, smaller than a كَهْف. (K.)
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