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3399. قز5 3400. قزح15 3401. قزدر2 3402. قزع16 3403. قزم14 3404. قس73405. قسب16 3406. قسح8 3407. قسر18 3408. قسط21 3409. قسطس9 3410. قسقس6 3411. قسم22 3412. قسى2 3413. قش5 3414. قشب17 3415. قشد8 3416. قشر17 3417. قشط12 3418. قشع16 3419. قشعر13 3420. قشف18 3421. قشم13 3422. قص6 3423. قصب20 3424. قصد23 3425. قصر23 3426. قصطس2 3427. قصع17 3428. قصف20 3429. قصل16 3430. قصم18 3431. قصى4 3432. قض8 3433. قضأ7 3434. قضب19 3435. قضف12 3436. قضم17 3437. قضى9 3438. قط9 3439. قطب18 3440. قطر21 3441. قطرب10 3442. قطع23 3443. قطف20 3444. قطمر10 3445. قطن20 3446. قطو8 3447. قع2 3448. قعب10 3449. قعث9 3450. قعد19 3451. قعر15 3452. قعسس1 3453. قعص13 3454. قعط15 3455. قعى2 3456. قف5 3457. قفأ3 3458. قفخ6 3459. قفد9 3460. قفر19 3461. قفز16 3462. قفش10 3463. قفص15 3464. قفل18 3465. قفو13 3466. ققب5 3467. ققز4 3468. قل6 3469. قلب21 3470. قلت15 3471. قلح17 3472. قلخ7 3473. قلد18 3474. قلس17 3475. قلص22 3476. قلع15 3477. قلف16 3478. قلفع3 3479. قلق14 3480. قلقس5 3481. قلم19 3482. قلمس7 3483. قلو7 3484. قم4 3485. قمأ9 3486. قمح15 3487. قمحد3 3488. قمد8 3489. قمر20 3490. قمس14 3491. قمش11 3492. قمص17 3493. قمط15 3494. قمطر14 3495. قمع18 3496. قمل17 3497. قمه8 3498. قمهد5 Prev. 100




1 قَسَّهُ, aor. قَسُّ, (M,) inf. n. قَسٌّ (S, M, A, K) and قُسٌّ and قِسٌّ (A, K) and قَسَسٌ, (M, [in which this and the first only are mentioned, accord. to a copy of a portion in my possession,]) He sought after, or pursued, it: and he did so repeatedly, or by degrees, and leisurely, or repeatedly and by degrees and leisurely: (S, M, A, K:) as also ↓ تقسّسهُ. (A, * K.) [See also قَصَّهُ, which, accord. to the TA, is a dial. form of قَسَّهُ.] You say, الأَخْبَارَ ↓ تقسّس [He sought after, or sought after repeatedly, &c., news, or tidings]. (A.) b2: [Hence, app.,] قَسٌّ signifies Calumniation; or malicious and mischievous misrepresentation; (S, M, K;) as also قُسٌّ and قِسٌّ; (K;) and the spreading, or publishing, of discourse, and speaking evil of men behind their backs, or in their absence: (TA:) [probably inf. ns., of which the verb is قَسَّ; perhaps a trans. verb; for] قَسَّهُمْ signifies He hurt them, or annoyed them, by foul speech; (K;) as though he sought, or sought repeatedly, or by degrees and leisurely, or repeatedly and by degrees and leisurely, after that which would hurt them, or annoy them. (TA.) b3: [Hence also,] قَسَّ مَا عَلَى العَظْمِ, (A, K,) مِنَ اللَّحْمِ, (A,) aor. قَسُّ, inf. n. قَسٌّ; (TA;) and ↓ قَسْقَسَهُ; (K;) or قَسْقَسَ العَظْمَ; of the dial. of El-Yemen; (M;) He sought, or sought repeatedly, or by degrees and leisurely, or repeatedly and by degrees and leisurely, after the meat that was upon the bone, so as not to leave any of it: (A:) or he ate the flesh that was upon the bone, and extracted its marrow: (M, K:) and مَا عَلَى المَائِدَةِ ↓ قَسْقَسَ he ate what was upon the table. (M.) A2: قَسَّ, [of which the sec. pers. is app. قَسُسْتَ, and the aor. قَسُّ,] (TK,) inf. n. ↓ قُسُوسَةٌ and ↓ قِسِيسَةٌ, accord. to all the copies of the K, [so says SM, in the TA, but in the CK ↓ قُسُّوسَة and ↓ قِسِّيسَة, and in a MS copy of the K I find the latter written ↓ قَسِيسَة,] but correctly ↓ قِسِّيسَّةٌ, as written by Lth, (TA,) He became a قَسّ [or قِسِّيس]: (K, * TK:) or ↓ قَسُوسَةٌ and ↓ قِسِيسَّةٌ [so in a copy of the M, but in a copy of the A ↓ قُسُوسِيَّةٌ and ↓ قِسِّيسِيَّةٌ, which I hold to be the correct forms of these two words, the former from the pl. of قَسٌّ and the latter from قِسِّيسٌ,] are simple substs., (M,) and you say, [using them as such,] لَهُ القُسُوسِيَّةُ and القِسِّيسَّةُ To him belongs the rank, or office, of قَسّ or قِسِّيس. (A.) 5 تَقَسَّّ see قَسَّهُ, in two places. b2: تقسّس أَصْوَاتِهُمْ (S, M, A *) بِاللَّيْلِ, (S, A,) or الصَّوْتَ ↓ تَقَسْقَسَ, (K,) He listened to, or endeavoured to hear, (S, M, A, K,) their voices, (S, M, A, *) or the voice, (K,) by night, or in the night. (S, M, A.) 8 اقس He (a lion) sought what he might eat. (M.) R. Q. 1 قَسْقَسَ, inf. n. قَسْقَسَةٌ, He asked, or inquired, respecting the affairs of others. (M: but only the inf. n. is there mentioned.) b2: See also 1, in two places. R. Q. 2 see 5.

قَسٌّ and ↓ قِسِّيسٌ, (S, M, A, Msb, K,) and sometimes the latter is without teshdeed in the sing., [i. e., ↓ قِسِيسٌ, vulgo ↓ قَسِيسٌ,] though the pl. is with teshdeed, like as the Arabs sometimes make أَتَاتِينُ pl. of أَتُونٌ, (Fr,) [Syr. 165, a consenuit, (Golius,)] The head, or chief, of the Christians, in knowledge, or science: (A, K:) or one of the heads, or chiefs, of the Christians, (S, M,) in religion and knowledge or science: (S:) or the learned man of the Christians: (Msb:) or an intelligent, an ingenious, or a clever, and a learned, man: (M:) [in the present day applied to a Christian presbyter, or priest: see جَاثَلِيقٌ:] pl. (of the first, Msb) قُسُوسٌ, (Msb, K,) and (of the second, M, Msb) قِسِّيسُونَ (Fr, M, Msb, K) and قَسَاقِسَةٌ, (Fr, and so in some copies of the K,) contr. to rule, (TA,) or قَسَاوِسَةٌ, (M, Sgh, and so in some copies of the K,) contr. to rule, (M,) one of the seens [in the original form, which is قَسَاسِسَةٌ,] being changed into wáw. (CK [but in the copies of the K which have قَسَاقِسَةٌ, we find added “ and the seens being many,” meaning, in the original form قَسَاسِسَةٌ, or in قِسِّيسٌ, “ they change one of them into wáw. ”]) A2: قَسٌّ also signifies Hoar-frost, or rime. (A, K.) See قَسِّىٌّ.

قَسِيسٌ and قِسِيس: see قَسٌّ.

قَسُوسَةٌ and قُسُوسَةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قَسِيسَةٌ and قِسِيسَةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قُسُوسِيَّةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قِسِيسِيَّةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قَسِّىٌّ, (S, A, Mgh,) coll. n. قَسِّيَّةٌ, (M, Mgh, K,) also pronounced with kesr to the ق, [قِسِّىٌّ and قِسِّيَّةٌ,] (K,) in the latter manner by the relaters of traditions, but by the people of Egypt with fet-h, (A'Obeyd, S,) A kind of cloths, or garments, (S, M, A, Mgh, K,) of flax (A, TA) mixed with silk, brought from Egypt, (S, M, A,) and forbidden to be worn [by the Muslims]: (S, M, Mgh:) so called in relation to a district, (A' Obeyd, S,) or place, (M, K,) or town or village, upon the shore of the sea, (A,) called القَسُّ, (A'Obeyd, S, M, K,) or قَسٌّ, (M, A, Mgh,) between El-'Areesh and El-Faramà, (K,) in Egypt, (A'Obeyd, S, Mgh,) seen by A'Obeyd, but not known to As: (S:) or so called in relation to ↓ قَسٌّ, meaning “ hear-frost,” or “ rime; ” because of the pure whiteness thereof: (A:) or [originally] قَزِّىٌّ, (A.) and قَزِّيَّةٌ, (Sh, K,) from قَزٌّ, meaning “ a kind of silk; ” (TA;) the ز being changed into س: (Sh, K:) it was said to 'Alee, What are قَسِّيَّة? and he answered, Cloths, or garments, that come to us from Syria, or from Egypt, ribbed, that is, figured after the form of ribs, and having in them what resemble citrons. (Mgh.) قَسَّاسٌ A calumniator; a slanderer: (M:) or one who inquires respecting news, and then makes it known, divulges it, or tells it, in a malicious or mischievous manner, so as to occasion discord, dissension, or the like, (TA, voce قَتَّاتٌ.) قِسِّيسٌ: see قَسٌّ.

قُسُّوسَةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قِسِّيسَةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قِسِّيسِيَّةٌ: see قَسَّ.

قَسْقَسٌ: see قَسْقَاسٌ.

قَسْقَاسٌ A seeker, or one who seeks repeatedly or leisurely, without inadvertence; as also ↓ قَسْقَسٌ. (TA.) b2: One who inquires respecting the affairs of others. (M.)
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