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

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3262. فندق6 3263. فنزج6 3264. فنطس8 3265. فنع9 3266. فنق12 3267. فنك143268. 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 3315. قبج5 3316. قبح16 3317. قبر18 3318. قبس19 3319. قبص17 3320. قبض20 3321. قبط16 3322. قبع13 3323. قبل21 3324. قبن12 3325. قبو8 3326. قبوس1 3327. قت6 3328. قتب18 3329. قتد10 3330. قتر18 3331. قترد4 3332. قتل18 3333. قتن10 3334. قث5 3335. قثأ10 3336. قثد9 3337. قثرد3 3338. قح5 3339. قحب12 3340. قحد9 3341. قحز10 3342. قحط16 3343. قحف15 3344. قحل13 3345. قحم19 3346. قحو7 3347. قد13 3348. قدح15 3349. قدر22 3350. قدس19 3351. قدع13 3352. قدم21 3353. قدو10 3354. قذ4 3355. قذر15 3356. قذع12 3357. قذف18 3358. قذل14 3359. قذى9 3360. قر7 3361. قرأ14 Prev. 100




1 فَنَكَ بِالمَكَانِ, [aor. فَنُكَ, (TK,)] inf. n. فُنُوكٌ, He remained, stayed, dwelt, or abode, in the place. (El-Umawee, S, O, K.) b2: فَنَكَ فِى الأَمْرِ, (S, O, K, *) aor. as above, (S,) and so the inf. n., (S, O,) He persisted, or persevered, in the affair; (S, O, K; *) as also ↓ افنك. (K.) [See also فَتَكَ; and see other explanations below.] And فَنَكَ فِى

الكَذِبِ He persisted, or persevered, in lying: asserted by Yaakoob to be formed by transposition from فَكَنَ: and Aboo-Tálib says that ↓ فانك and ↓ فنّك, of which latter the inf. n. is تَفْنِيكٌ, signify he persisted, or persevered, in lying, and in evil; not in good; and denote the like of consecutiveness. (TA.) [See also فَنْكٌ, which may be an inf. n. of فَنَكَ in this sense, and in others.] and فَنَكَ عَلَيْهِ, (K, TA,) inf. n. as above, (TA,) signifies [in like manner] He kept, or applied himself, constantly, perseveringly, or assiduously, to it; as also ↓ افنك. (K, TA.) b3: And فَنَكَ فِى الطَّعَامِ, (Ibn-'Abbád, S, O, K,) aor. as above, (S,) and so the inf. n., (S, O,) He continued constantly, uniformly, or regularly, in the eating of the food, not loathing aught thereof; (Ibn-'Abbád, S, O, K;) as also فَنِكَ, (S, O, K,) with kesr, (S, O,) like عَلِمَ, (K,) inf. n. فُنُوكٌ; (S, O, K;) and so ↓ فانك: (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K:) and الطَّعَامَ ↓ فَانَكْتُ وَالشَّرَابَ signifies [simply] I kept continually, or constantly, to the food and the beverage: and also I loathed them, or turned away from them with disgust. (Ibn-'Abbád, O.) b4: And فَنَكَ فِى الأَمْرِ [not فانك as in the lexicons of Golius and Freytag, the latter of whom gives both forms of the v. in the sense here following, as does also the TK,] signifies also He entered into the affair. (K.) b5: And He mastered the affair, and overcame it. (O.) b6: فَنَكْتَ فِى لَوْمِى, and فيه ↓ افنكت, (both in the TA, but the latter only in the O,) Thou wast, or hast become, skilled in the blaming, or censuring, of me, and profuse, or immoderate, therein: so says Fr. (O, TA.) b7: And فَنَكَتْ and ↓ أَفْنَكَتْ She (a woman) blamed, or censured, and kept continually, or constantly, to blaming, or censuring, or to some other thing [or act]. (Lth, O, TA. *) b8: And the former, said of a girl, or young woman, She cared not for what she did nor for what was said to her. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) This meaning has also been assigned to فَتَكَتْ. (TA.) b9: And فَنَكَ, (K,) inf. n. as above, (TA,) He lied, or said what was untrue; as also ↓ افنك. (K.) 2 فَنَّكَ see above, near the beginning.3 فَاْنَكَ see 1, first quarter: and near the middle, in two places.4 أَفْنَكَ see 1, in five places.

فَنْكٌ i. q. عَجَبٌ: (IAar, O, K, TA:) [it app. means A wonderful thing: for] IAar cites as an ex., وَلَا فَنْكَ إِلَّا سَعْىُ عَمْرٍو وَرَهْطِهِ بِمَا اخْتَشَبُوا مِنْ مِعْضَدٍ وَدَدَانِ [And there is not anything wonderful except the conduct of 'Amr and his near kinsfolk in their having taken without selection a sword commonly used for lopping trees, and one that was blunt]: (TA:) and ↓ فَنَكٌ signifies the same. (K, TA.) A2: Also Persistence, or perseverence; or the act of persisting, or persevering. (TA.) [In this and the following senses, it seems to be an inf. n. of which the verb is فَنَكَ; as is indicated in the TA.]

b2: And The act of overcoming. (O, K, TA. [Accord. to the TA, from IAar; but said in the O to be from another, not there named.]) b3: and The acting wrongfully, unjustly, injuriously, or tyrannically. (IAar, O, K, TA.) b4: And The lying, or saying what is untrue. (IAar, O, K, TA.) فَنَكٌ A certain beast, (Kr, O, K,) of the skin of which the furred garment is made; (Kr, S, O;) [the marten;] the furred garment whereof is the best sort of such garments, and the highest in estimation, and the most equable, and is suitable to all temperate constitutions: (K:) it is said to be a species of the Turkish fox's cubs; and therefore Az and others say that the word is arabicized; some of the travellers relate that it is applied to the young-one of the jackal (اِبْن آوَى) in the country of the Turks: (Msb:) it is also said to mean a certain skin that is worn; and to be an arabicized word: [in Pers. a furred garment is called فَنَك:] IDrd says, “I do not think it to be Arabic: ” and MF mentions ↓ فَنِيكٌ as signifying an animal like the fox; an arabicized word; from [a work entitled] غَايَة البَيَان; and he says that it appears to be the فَنَك that is mentioned in the K. (TA.) b2: See also فَنْكٌ.

الفَنِيكُ The مَجْمَع [or part in which is the symphysis] of the لَحْيَانِ [or two lateral portions of the lower jaw], (Lth, O, K, TA,) in the middle of the chin, (Lth, O, TA,) of a man; (Lth, O, K, TA;) this is when the word is used in the sing. form; (Lth, O; [see also الفَكُّ;]) and it is also called ↓ الإِفْنِيكُ; (Lth, O;) [and in like manner Aboo-'Amr Esh-Sheybánee explained what is meant by the upper فَنِيك as is stated by IF and in the O:] or the extremity [of each] of the لَحْيَانِ, at the place of the عَنْفَقَة [or tuft of hair that is between the lower lip and the chin;] (S, K;) also called ↓ الإِفْنِيكُ; but Ks knew not this: (S:) or the فَنِيكَانِ are the two extremities of the عَنْفَقَة: (O:) or (K, TA, in the CK “ and ”) the sing. signifies a bone [beneath the temple,] to which the shaving of the head reaches (عَظْمٌ يَنْتَهِى إِلَيْهِ حَلْقُ الرَّأْسِ): (K, TA:) and accord. to Lth, the dual signifies the two extremities of the [lower] jaw, of whatever has a jaw, that move in the act of chewing, below the temples: (O:) or, accord. to Sh, the two thin, rising bones, [app. the two coronoid processes of the jaw,] lower than the ears, between the temple and the ball of the cheek. (TA.) The lower فَنِيك is [app. The symphysis of the pubes; being] said by Aboo-'Amr Esh-Sheybánee to be the part where the two hip-bones meet together: (IF, O:) [hence, perhaps, and therefore it may be erroneously,] the فنيك is said by AA to be the root, or base, of the tail: (TA:) and it signifies, as also ↓ الإِفْنِيكُ, (IDrd, O, K,) the زِمِكَّى, (K,) or زِمِجَّى, [i. e. the place of growth, or the root, or the whole, of the tail, of a bird, or] of a young bird; as they assert; (IDrd, O;) but IDrd says, “ I will not pronounce it to be correct: ” (O:) and the dual signifies two bones cleaving together: when, in the female pigeon, they are broken, she does not retain her eggs [sufficiently], but excludes them prematurely. (Lth, O.) A2: See also فَنَكٌ.

الإِفْنِيكُ: see the next preceding paragraph, in three places.

مُتَفَنِّكَةٌ A foolish, or stupid, woman. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.)
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