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3267. فنك14 3268. فنو5 3269. فنى4 3270. فه3 3271. فهد12 3272. فهر133273. 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 3362. قرّام1 3363. قرب21 3364. قربس8 3365. قرث7 3366. قرح20 Prev. 100
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1 فَهَرَ, aor. , (Msb, K,) inf. n. فَهْرٌ (S, O, Msb, K) and فَهَرٌ; (S, O, K;) and ↓ افهر, (IAar, O, * K,) inf. n. إِفْهَارٌ; (TA;) He compressed a woman, (IAar, S, O, Msb, K,) one of his young women, (IAar,) without consummating the act, i. e. without إِنْزَال, (IAar, S, O, Msb,) and then removed to another and consummated the act (IAar, S, O, Msb, K) with the latter, (IAar, O, Msb,) who was with him in the house, or chamber; (IAar;) the doing of which is forbidden (S, O, Msb) by the Prophet: (O:) and ↓ the latter verb signifies also He was alone with one of his young women, (K, TA,) لِقَضَآءِ حَاجَتِهِ, (TA,) when another of them heard the sound proceeding from him, which [sound] is termed الوَجْسُ, (K, TA,) and الرِّكْزُ, and الحَفْحَفَةُ; (TA;) which [also] is forbidden. (K, TA.) 2 فهّر, inf. n. تَفْهِيرٌ, He compressed without consummating the act, i. e. without إِنْزَال, by reason of weariness and languor. (Msb in art. عزل. [See also 1.]) b2: Also, inf. n. as above, He (a man) was, or became, weary, or fatigued. (S, TA.) Said of a horse, as also ↓ فَيْهَرَ and ↓ تَفَيْهَرَ, He was, or became, out of breath by reason of fatigue or running; (K, TA;) and interrupted, or stopped short, in running; and jaded: (TA:) or he fell back by degrees from running, by reason of weakness, and being interrupted, or stopped short, in running: (K, TA:) or the first deficiency of the rate of running of the horse is termed التَّرَادُّ [the falling back by degrees]; the next, الفُتُورُ [the becoming languid]; and the next, التَّفْهِيرُ. (S, TA.) 4 أَفْهَرَ see 1, in two places.

A2: افهر بَعِيرُهُ His camel became jaded, and broke down with him, or perished, so that he was unable to prosecute his journey. (IDrd, O, K.) A3: And افهر (said of a man, TA) His flesh became compacted and lumpy (O, K *) and wrinkled by reason of fatness: (O:) when such is the case, it is the ugliest sort of fatness. (O, K.) A4: Also He was present at the festival of the Jews, (IDrd, O, K, TA,) called الفُهْر: (TA:) or he came to their synagogue: (K, TA:) or it signifies also he was present in their synagogue. (IDrd, O.) A5: And أُفْهِرَتْ, said of a girl, She was circumcised. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K.) 5 تفهّر فِى المَالِ He became, or made himself, ample, or abundant, in wealth, or in camels, or the like; (S, O, K;) as also ↓ تَفَيْهَرَ; (K;) as though the former verb were formed by substitution from تَبَحَّرَ: or it may mean he was, or became, weary, fatigued, or jaded, and languid, or remiss. (S, O.) And تفهّر فِى الكَلَامِ He took a wide, or an ample, range in speech. (TA.) Q. Q. 1 فَيْهَرَ: see 2.

Q. Q. 2 تَفَيْهَرَ: see 2: b2: and see also 5.

الفُهْرُ, (Msb, K,) or فُهْرُ اليَهُودِ, (S, Mgh, O,) The synagogue of the Jews, (S, Mgh, O, Msb, K,) in which they assemble (O, Msb, K) for prayer (Msb) on the occasion of their festival: (K:) or a certain day on which they eat and drink: (K:) or it signifies also a certain festival of the Jews: (O:) [app. the feast of Purim (written in the Book of Esther פּוּרִים pl. of פּוּר)]: accord. to A 'Obeyd, (O, Msb,) a Hebrew word, (S, O, Msb,) or Nabathæan; (Msb;) arabicized; (S, Msb;) originally بُهْر; (S, O, Msb;) and the Christians say فُخْر. (TA.) فِهْرٌ, (S, O, K,) masc. and fem.; (Fr, S, O, K;) or, accord. to Lth, the Arabs in general made it fem.; but it occurs in the K as masc.; (TA;) A stone such as fills the hand: (S, O, K:) or a stone of the size of that with which one crushes walnuts (K, TA) and the like: (TA:) or a round stone with which one bruises, or brays, perfume: (Ham p. 643:) or a stone, absolutely: (TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أَفْهَارٌ (S, O, K) and [of mult.] فُهُورٌ: (O, K:) As used to say فِهْرٌ and ↓ فِهْرَةٌ, (S, O,) [indicating the former to be a coll. gen. n. and the latter to be the n. un.,] like سِدْرٌ and سِدْرَةٌ: (O:) the dim. is ↓ فُهَيْرَةٌ. (S, O.) فِهْرَةٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

فَهِيرَةٌ Pure, unmixed, milk, into which heated stones are put; and when it boils, flour is sprinkled upon it, and it is mixed, and stirred about, and beaten, therewith; and is then eaten: (ISk, S, O, K:) it has also been mentioned as with ق. (TA.) فُهَيْرَةٌ [dim. of فِهْرٌ and of فِهْرَةٌ]: see فِهْرٌ.

نَاقَةٌ فِيْهَرَةٌ and فَيْهَرٌ, (O, K,) the former mentioned by IDrd, and the latter by Ibn-'Abbád, A she-camel that is hard and strong, (O,) or hard and large. (K.) أَرْضٌ مَفْهَرَةٌ Land having in it [stones such as are termed] أَفْهَار [pl. of فِهْرٌ]. (O, TA.) مَفَاهِرُكَ, (K, TA,) thus we find it, with fet-h, but in some copies of the K with damm, (TA,) The flesh of thy breast. (K, TA.) IF says that there is not in the original language [of the Arabs] more than one word having in it the letters ف and ه and ر, and that is الفِهْرُ. (O.)
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