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

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3568. كبث10 3569. كبح14 3570. كبد19 3571. كبر18 3572. كبرت5 3573. كبس163574. كبش11 3575. كبعث2 3576. كبكب6 3577. كبن10 3578. كت5 3579. كتأ4 3580. كتب21 3581. كتد10 3582. كتف18 3583. كتل16 3584. كتلة1 3585. كتم18 3586. كتن14 3587. كث5 3588. كثأ8 3589. كثب21 3590. كثر20 3591. كثعب3 3592. كثنب2 3593. كج3 3594. كح4 3595. كحب7 3596. كحت3 3597. كحث3 3598. كحط5 3599. كحل16 3600. كد5 3601. كدأ7 3602. كدب6 3603. كدح17 3604. كدر17 3605. كدس16 3606. كدش9 3607. كدم14 3608. كذ5 3609. كذب21 3610. كذبن1 3611. كذنق4 3612. كر5 3613. كرب20 3614. كربح3 3615. كربس10 3616. كربق3 3617. كرت10 3618. كرتب3 3619. كرتح3 3620. كرث13 3621. كرثأ4 3622. كرج8 3623. كرد10 3624. كردح4 3625. كردم5 3626. كرز14 3627. كرس21 3628. كرش18 3629. كرشب3 3630. كرص5 3631. كرع18 3632. كرفأ5 3633. كرفس9 3634. كرك9 3635. كركب4 3636. كرم20 3637. كرمح3 3638. كرنب5 3639. كره18 3640. كرى6 3641. كز6 3642. كزب8 3643. كزبر8 3644. كس6 3645. كسب17 3646. كسبر3 3647. كست7 3648. كسج9 3649. كسح16 3650. كسحب2 3651. كسد14 3652. كسر17 3653. كسط6 3654. كسف20 3655. كسق2 3656. كسل16 3657. كسو10 3658. كش4 3659. كشأ8 3660. كشب6 3661. كشث9 3662. كشح15 3663. كشر14 3664. كشط17 3665. كشف18 3666. كشك10 3667. كظ5 Prev. 100




1 كَبَسَ, (S, A, K,) aor. كَبِسَ, (K,) inf. n. كَبْسٌ, (S,) He filled up with earth a well, (S, A, K,) and a river, (A, Mgh, K,) and a hollow, or cavity, or pit, dug in the ground. (A, Mgh.) b2: (tropical:) He covered over, or spread, with earth, and made even, a piece of ground: and in like manner, the roof of a house, before plastering it with mud or clay. (Mgh.) b3: [And He spread earth upon a roof &c. (See دَكَّ.)]

A2: Also, aor. and inf. n. as above, (assumed tropical:) He pressed, or squeezed, [or kneaded,] a limb with the hand: (TA, art. غمز:) and ↓ كبّس, inf. n. تَكْبِيسٌ, [signifies the same, accord. to present usage: and] (tropical:) he suppled the body [by kneading, or pressing, or squeezing it, as is done in the bath,] with the hands. (TA, in the present art.) b2: And, aor. as above, (tropical:) Inivit unâ vice feminam. (K.) A3: كَبَسُوا دَارَ فُلَانٍ (tropical:) They made a sudden attack upon the house of such a one, (S, IKtt, * K,) and surrounded it. (K.) And كَبَسُوا عَلَيْهِمْ, and ↓ كبّسوا, (tropical:) They threw themselves upon them suddenly and without consideration. (A.) and in like manner, عَلَى الشَّىْءِ ↓ كبّسوا, and ↓ تكّبسوا عَلَيْهِ, (tropical:) They threw themselves upon the thing suddenly and without consideration. (TA.) A4: كَبَسَ رَأْسَهُ, [aor. as above,] He put his head within his garments: (S:) and كَبَسَ رَأْسَهُ فِى ثَوْبِهِ he hid his head in his garment, and put it within it: (K:) or he put it on in the manner of a قِنَاع, (تَقَنَّعَ,) and then covered himself with part of it. (TA.) You say also, كَبَسَ رَأْسَهُ فِى جَيْبِ قَمِيصِهِ, (A,) or بِرَأْسِهِ, (TA,) He put his head within the opening at the neck and bosom of his shirt; (A;) and so ↓ تكبّس alone. (TA.) And يَكْبِسُ الرَّجُلُ ثَوْبَهُ فِى رَأْسِهِ [app. meaning, The man puts his garment as a covering over his head.] (Sh, TA.) 2 كَبَّسَ see 1, in three places.3 كَاْبَسَ [كابسهُ, inf. n. مُكَابَسَةٌ, app. syn. with مَارَسَهُ, or دَافَعَهُ: see تَايَسَ.]5 تكبّس [quasi-pass. of 2, It was, or became, pressed, or squeezed].

A2: See also 1, in two places.7 انكبس It (a river, [and a well,] and any hollow, or cavity, or pit, dug in the ground,) became filled up with earth. (Mgh.) كِبْسٌ Earth with which a well, (S, K,) or river, (K,) or any hollow, or cavity, or pit, dug in the ground, (TA,) is filled up: (S, K, TA:) earth that occupies the place of air. (TA.) كَبِيسٌ A kind of dates, (S, Msb, K,) said to be of the best kind; (Msb;) thus called when dry; but when fresh, called أُمُّ جِرْذَانٍ, which is also the name of the tree that bears them. (TA.) A2: A kind of women's ornament, made hollow, (A, L, K,) and coated with perfume, (A,) or stuffed with perfume, (L, K,) and then worn; (L;) a necklace being made of ornaments of this kind. (A.) A3: السَّنَةُ الكَبِيسَةُ, (S, K,) and عَامُ الكَبِيسِ, (L, Az, in TA, voce سُبَاطٌ, q. v.,) [The intercalary year; or leap-year; both in the Syrian, or Julian, reckoning, and in the Coptic;] the year from which, (مِنْهَا,) accord. to the S and K, but properly, for which, (لَهَا,) as in the work entitled القَوْلُ المَأْنُوسُ, a day is stolen (يُسْتَرَقُ) [and intercalated]; which is [once] in every four years; as in the S and K; for the said day is an addition thereto; (MF, TA;) the year in which the Syrians following the Greeks, add a day to the month سُبَاط, [which corresponds to February, O. S.,] making it twentynine days instead of twenty-eight, which they do once in four years; (L;) [and that in which the Copts intercalate, at the end, six epagomenæ instead of five, which, in like manner, they do once in every four years.]

كِبَاسَةٌ A raceme, (S, A, Msb, K,) or large raceme, (TA,) of a palm-tree, (A, * Msb, K, *) or of dates, like the عُنْقُود of grapes, (S,) complete, with its شَمَارِيخ, [or fruit-stalks, pl. of شِمْرَاخٌ,] (A, TA,) and its dates: (TA:) pl. كَبَائِسُ. (A, Msb.) [A كباسة of moderate size has about one hundred شماريخ; the longest شمراخ having about fifty dates, and being about two feet and a half in length; and the shortest having about thirty dates, and being about one foot in length.] b2: Also applied by AHn, to (tropical:) A raceme of [the fruit called] فُوفَل. (TA.) كَابِسٌ Charging, attacking, or assaulting. (K, * TA.) You say, جَآءَ كَابِسًا He came charging, attacking, or assaulting: (K, * TA:) as also ↓ مُكَبِّسًا, and ↓ مُكَابِسًا. (TA.) b2: Throwing himself suddenly and without consideration [upon a person or thing]. (TA.) A2: A man putting himself within his garment, covering his body with it. (TA.) كَابُوسٌ [Incubus, or nightmare;] what comes upon a man (or rather upon a sleeper, TA,) in the night, (S, K,) preventing his moving while it lasts; (K;) accord. to some, (S,) the forerunner of epilepsy. (S, K.) Some think that this is not Arabic, and that the proper word is نَيْدُلَانٌ, and بَارُوكٌ, and جَاثُومٌ. (TA.) Hence, app., (TA.) (tropical:) Modus certus coëundi: (K:) or rather, (tropical:) coïtus itself. (TA.) مُكَبَّسُ الرَّأْسِ Compact in the head. (AHeyth, T in art. ظرب.) مُكَبِّسٌ Hanging down his head in his garment: (K, * TA:) or one who throws himself suddenly and without consideration upon others, and assaults them. (K.) See also كَابِسٌ.

مُكَابِسٌ: see كَابِسٌ.
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