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3456. قف5 3457. قفأ3 3458. قفخ5 3459. قفد8 3460. قفر18 3461. قفز153462. قفش9 3463. قفص14 3464. قفل17 3465. قفو12 3466. ققب5 3467. ققز4 3468. قل6 3469. قلب20 3470. قلت14 3471. قلح16 3472. قلخ6 3473. قلد17 3474. قلس16 3475. قلص21 3476. قلع14 3477. قلف15 3478. قلفع3 3479. قلق13 3480. قلقس5 3481. قلم18 3482. قلمس6 3483. قلو6 3484. قم4 3485. قمأ9 3486. قمح14 3487. قمحد3 3488. قمد7 3489. قمر19 3490. قمس13 3491. قمش10 3492. قمص16 3493. قمط14 3494. قمطر13 3495. قمع17 3496. قمل16 3497. قمه7 3498. قمهد4 3499. قن7 3500. قنأ14 3501. قنب14 3502. قنبر7 3503. قنبط5 3504. قنبع5 3505. قنت18 3506. قنح11 3507. قند12 3508. قنر6 3509. قنس8 3510. قنص12 3511. قنط16 3512. قنطر11 3513. قنع17 3514. قنفد3 3515. قنفذ8 3516. قنقل5 3517. قنو13 3518. قهب8 3519. قهد9 3520. قهر14 3521. قهزب3 3522. قهق2 3523. قهقب4 3524. قهقر9 3525. قهقم3 3526. قهل9 3527. قهنب3 3528. قو2 3529. قوب14 3530. قوت16 3531. قوح10 3532. قود13 3533. قور16 3534. قوس16 3535. قوض12 3536. قوط11 3537. قوع14 3538. قوف12 3539. قوق10 3540. قول14 3541. قولنج3 3542. قوم18 3543. قوه11 3544. قوى5 3545. قيا2 3546. قيح15 3547. قيد15 3548. قير14 3549. قيس17 3550. قيص9 3551. قيض19 3552. قيظ13 3553. قيق6 3554. قيل17 3555. قين15 Prev. 100
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1 قَفَزَ, aor. قَفِزَ, inf. n. قَفْزٌ (S, A, Msb, K) and قَفَزَانٌ (S, Msb, K) and قُفُوزٌ and قِفَازٌ, (Msb, and so in a copy of the K,) the last with kesr, (Msb,) or قُفَازٌ, (K accord. to the TA,) with damm, (TA,) or قَفَازٌ, (so in the CK,) He leaped, jumped, sprang, or bounded: (S, A, Msb, K:) he (an antelope) did so and alighted with his legs together. (TA, art. نفز.) b2: قَفَزَ الحَائِطَ [He leaped the wall]. (O and K in art. زيف.) A2: See also 5.

A3: قَفِزَ, aor. قَفَزَ, inf. n. قَفَزَ, (tropical:) He (a horse) had fore legs white as high as his مِرْفَقَانِ [properly signifying the elbows; but here, probably meaning, as it seems to do in some other instances, the knees], but not the kind legs. (IKtt, TA. [And ↓ قُفِّزَ app. has a similar meaning: see its inf. n. تقفيز below; and its part. n. مُقَفَّزٌ, voce أَقْفَزُ.]) But see أَقْفَزُ, and قُفَّازٌ.2 قَفَّزَ see what next precedes.5 تقفّز [He put on, or wore, a pair of gloves; as also ↓ قَفَزَ, aor. قَفِزَ, as appears from a quotation in the L, from Khálid Ibn-Jembeh, viz. القُفَّازَانِ تَقْفِزُهُمَا المَرْأَةُ:] he (a sportsman [or falconer]) put on, or wore, hawking-gloves (قُفَّازَانِ): (A:) or took or prepared for himself the reticulated iron thing upon which the falcon sits. (TA, as from Z.) See قُفَّاز. b2: تَقفّزت بِالْحِنَّآءِ, said of a woman, (S, A,) (tropical:) She dyed her hands (A, K) to the wrists, (A,) and her feet, (K,) with حنّآء. (A, K.) 6 تقافزوا [They contended together, or vied, one with another, in leaping, jumping, springing, or bounding]. You say so of children playing at the game called قُفَّيْزَى. (A, K.) قُفْزَةٌ A leap, jump, spring, or bound.]

قَفَزَى A leaping, jumping, springing, or bounding. (K.) You say, جَآءَتِ الخَيْلُ تَعْدُو القَفَزَى

[The horses came running with a leaping, jumping, springing, or bounding, motion]; from القَفْزُ [inf. n. of قَفَزَ]. (S, TA.) قَفُوزٌ: see قَفَّازٌ.

قَفِيزٌ A certain measure of capacity, consisting of ten مَكَاكِيك [pl. of مَكُّوكْ]; (S, Msb, K;) accord. to the people of El-'Irák: (TA:) or twelve times what is termed مَنّ: (Mgh in art. ربع:) [see also جَرِيبٌ, in three places: and see صَاعٌ:] pl. [of pauc.] أَقْفِزَةٌ, and [of mult.] قُفْزَانٌ (S, Msb, K) and قِفْزَانٌ. (Fr, Sgh.) [See كُرٌّ, throughout.] قَفِيزُ الطَّحَّانِ [The قفيز of the grinder] is when one says, “I will grind for so much and a قفيز of the flour itself: ” so says Ibn-El-Mubárak: or when one hires a man to grind for him a certain quantity of wheat for a قفيز of its flour, (TA,) or when one says, “I hire thee to grind this wheat for a pound of its flour,” for instance; whether there be something else therewith or not: (Msb:) what is thus termed is forbidden. (Msb, TA.) b2: Also, A certain measure of land; (T, Msb, K;) namely, the tenth of a جَرِيب, q. v.: (Msb:) or a hundred and fortyfour cubits. (K.) قَفَّازٌ That leaps, jumps, springs, or bounds, much, or often; (A, * Msb;) [and so ↓ قَفُوزٌ, occurring in art. رفأ in the M and K, applied as an epithet to a gazelle.] b2: Hence, قَفَّازَةٌ A female slave: because she seldom remains still. Yousay, يَا ابْنَ القَفَّازَةِ O son of the female slave. (A.) قُفَّازٌ A kind of glove; a thing which is made for the two hands, or hands and arms, stuffed with cotton, (S, L, K,) and having buttons which are buttoned upon the fore arms, (S, L,) worn by a woman as a protection from the cold; (S, L, K;) they are made of skins, and of felt; are worn by the women of the Arabs of the desert; and extend to the bones of the elbow: (L, TA:) a pair of them is called قُفَّازَانِ: (S, L:) or a thing which the women of the Arabs of the desert make for themselves, stuffed with cotton, covering a woman's two hands, with her fingers, and, some add, having buttons upon the fore arm; like what the carrier of the falcon wears: (Msb:) or a thing which those women make for themselves, covering the fingers and hand and arm: and a thing which the sportsman [meaning the falconer] wears upon each hand, or hand and arm, of skin, or of felt, or wool: (Mgh:) or a kind of women's ornament for the hands and feet, or the hands and arms and the feet and legs: and a reticulated iron thing (حَدِيدَةٌ مُشَبَّكَةٌ, accord. to the TA, as from the K, but in the CK مُشْتَبِكَةٌ,) upon which the falcon sits. (K.) b2: And [hence,] Whiteness in the أَشَاعِر [or hairs next the hoof] of a horse. (K. [See also قَفِزَ, and قُفَّزَ, and أَقْفَزُ.]) قُفَّيْزَى A certain game of children, who set up pieces of wood, or a piece of wood, (the former accord. to the A, and the latter accord. to the K) and leap over them, or it. (A, K, TA.) قَافِزٌ Leaping, jumping, springing, or bounding. (Msb.) b2: خَٰيْلٌ قَافِزَةٌ, and قَوَافِزُ, Swift horses, that leap, jump, spring, or bound, in their running. (K.) b3: القَوَافِزُ The frogs. (Sgh, K.) أَقْفَزُ (S, K) and ↓ مُقَفَّزٌ (S, A, K) (tropical:) A horse whose whiteness of the lower parts of his fore legs extends as far as his مِرْفَقَانِ [properly signifying the elbows; but here, probably meaning, as it seems to do in some other instances, the knees], without his having the like in the hind legs; (S, K;) as though he had gloves (قُفَّازَانِ) put upon him: (S:) or whose whiteness of the lower parts of the legs does not extend beyond the أَشَاعِر [or hairs next the hoof]; as also مُنَعَّلٌ. (A, TA.) تَقْفِيزٌ A scattered whiteness intermingling in the shanks, as far as the knees, of a دَابَّة [meaning, horse]: a signification wrongly assigned by Lth to تَقْفِير. (TA in art. فقر.) مُقَفَّزٌ: see أَقْفَزُ.
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