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

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3595. كحب7 3596. كحت3 3597. كحث3 3598. كحط5 3599. كحل16 3600. كد53601. 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 3668. كظب5 3669. كظر10 3670. كظم18 3671. كعب16 3672. كعبر6 3673. كعت10 3674. كعثب5 3675. كعدب6 3676. كعسب3 3677. كعك8 3678. كعكب1 3679. كعل7 3680. كعم13 3681. كعنب4 3682. كغد6 3683. كغذ3 3684. كف7 3685. كفأ18 3686. كفت15 3687. كفح12 3688. كفر24 3689. كفل21 3690. كفن15 3691. كفهر7 3692. كفى6 3693. ككب5 3694. ككنج1 Prev. 100




1 كُدَّ, aor. كَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. كَدٌّ, (S, L, K,) He toiled; or was, or became, vehement, or severe, (S, A, L, K,) in work; (S, A, L;) he worked laboriously; (TA;) he fatigued himself, and hastened, in his work. (L.) [You say]

بِجَدِّكَ لَا بِكَدِّكَ By thy good fortune, not by thy toil, are things attained. A proverb. (L.) and لَا تَجْعَلْ عَيْشَهُمَا كَدًّ Make not the life of them two a toil. (L, from a trad.) b2: المَسَائِلُ كَدٌّ يَكَدُّ بِهَا الرَّجُلُ وَجْهَهُ Petitions are [a cause of] dispiriting: a man thereby impairs the brightness of his countenance. (L, from a trad.) A2: كَدَّهُ, (L, K, aor. كَدُّ, inf. n. كَدٌّ, (L,) He required of him toil, or vehemence, or severity in work, or persevering or constant exertion in striving to do a thing or in seeking a thing; as also ↓ اكتدّهُ, and ↓ استكدّهُ: (L, K:) he fatigued or wearied or jaded him; (S, * L;) namely, a beast, and a man, &c.: (L;) [like دَكَّهُ;] he plied, or pressed him, plied or pressed him hard, or harassed him, in constant work which he imposed upon him, so as to fatigue or weary him. (Az, L.) See also كَدٌّ. b2: كَدَّ (tropical:) He fatigued his tongue with speaking and his heart with thinking. (A, L.) b3: كَدَّ, aor. كَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. كَدٌّ, (L, K,) He exerted himself perseveringly, assiduously, constantly, or incessantly, (L, K,) in striving to do, effect, or accomplish, a thing, (L,) or in seeking [a thing]. (K.) b4: كَدَّ, aor. كَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. كَدٌّ, (S, L,) He sought (S, L) gain, (S,) or, sustenance, or the means of subsistence. (L.) A3: كَدَّ, aor. كَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. كَدٌّ, (S, L, K,) He pointed, or made a sign, with the finger, (S, L, K,) like as the beggar does. (S.) [It is also trans.] El-Kumeyt says, غَنِيتُ فَلَمْ أَرْدُدْكُمُ عِنْدَ بِغْيَةٍ

وَحُجْتُ فَلَمْ أَكْدُدْكُمُ بِالأَصَابِعِ [I was rich, and I did not repel you on an occasion of exigency; and I was in want, and I did not point at you with the fingers]. (S, L.) b2: ↓ كُدُّونِى فَإِنِّى مُكِدٌّ (tropical:) Ask ye of me; for I give [only] when asked. Said by Ibn-Hubeyreh. (A [but in my copy of that work, the first word is written كِدُّونِى.]) A4: كَدَّ, [aor. كَدُّ.] (tropical:) He scratched, or scraped: (L:) he scraped off a soil from a garment: (TA:) he scratched perseveringly his head, and his skin, with his nails. (A.) b2: كَدَّ, (TA,) [aor. كَدُّ,] inf. n. كَدٌّ, (K,) (assumed tropical:) He combed his head. (K, TA.) b3: كَدَّ, [aor. كَدُّ,] (tropical:) He (a beast) trod the ground with his hoofs. (A, * L.) A5: كدّهُ, (aor.

كَدُ3َ, L,) He pulled or drew it out (i. e. a solid or a fluid thing) with his hand; as also ↓ اكتدّهُ. (L, K.) 2 كدّد He (a man) threw coarsely pounded salt (كَدِيد), one portion upon another. (L.) 4 اكدّ and ↓ اكتدّ (tropical:) He was tenacious, or niggardly. (L, K.) See also مُكِدٌّ.8 إِكْتَدَ3َ see 1, and 4.10 إِسْتَكْدَ3َ see 1.

R. Q. 1 كَدْكَدَ, inf. n. كَدْكَدَةٌ, He ran slowly: (S, IKtt, L:) he affected a heaviness and slowness in his gait. (K.) R. Q. 1 كَدْكَدَ عَلَى الكَدِيدِ (assumed tropical:) He ran upon the dust of the race-course. (L.) كَدٌّ [inf. n. of 1, q. v. b2: as a subst.] A mortar in which things are pounded, or bruised; like هَاوَنٌ, or هَاوُونٌ. (S, K.) كِدَّةٌ and كُدَّةٌ see كَدِيدٌ.

كَدُودٌ A man who toils, or works, laboriously, so as to fatigue himself. (A.) b2: (tropical:) A she-camel whose milk is not obtained without labour, or exertion. (A.) بِئْرٌ كَدُودٌ (tropical:) A well of which the water is not obtained without labour, or exertion, (S, A, L, K,) and difficulty, or trouble. (TA.) b3: (tropical:) Tenacious; niggardly: (K, but omitted in some copies:) one from whom benefits are not obtained without difficulty. (A.) أَرْضٌ كَدِيدٌ (tropical:) Ground trodden with the hoofs of horses or the like. (S, * A, * L.) b2: كَدِيدٌ (tropical:) Fine dust, trodden with the feet: fine dust, which, if trodden, flies about: (L:) dust of a racecourse. (TA.) b3: Coarsely pounded salt. (L, K.) [Also,] The sound of coarsely pounded salt when it is poured out, (L, K,) one portion upon another. (L.) A2: A low, or depressed, tract of land, (بَطْنٌ, K, or بطين, L, as from A'Obeyd,) of wide extent, (L, K,) formed like a valley, or wider than a valley. (A'Obeyd, L.) b2: A rugged tract of land; (L, K;) as also ↓ كِدَّةٌ, with kesr, (K,) or ↓ كُدَّةٌ; (L;) so called because it fatigues him who walks upon it. (L.) كُدَادَةٌ The cooked food which remains in the bottom of the cooking-pot, and which is drawn out (كُدَّ) with the fingers: (Az, L:) what remains in the bottom of the cooking-pot, (As, L, K,) sticking to it, after the ladling out; (L;) as also كَدَدَةٌ (L, K) and كُدَدَةٌ: (K:) or the broth, or gravy, remaining in the bottom of the cooking-pot. (S.) b2: Also I. q. قِشْدَةٌ, (S, L, K,) [i. e.] the dregs, or sediment, of clarified butter. (L.) b3: A little that remains of pasture, or herbage. (L.) See also أَكِدَّةٌ.

كَدْكَدَةٌ a word imitative of the sound made by a thing that is struck upon a hard thing. (S, L.) اكِدَّةٌ The remains in a place of pasture which has already been eaten. (K.) See also كُدَادَةٌ and أَكْدَادٌ.

قَوْمٌ أَكْدَادٌ A quick, or swift, people: (As, S, L:) or a people composing distinct bodies, or parties, or troops; (L, art. كتد; and K;) as also ↓ أَكِدَّةٌ and أَكَادِيدُ. (K.) See also أَكْتَادٌ.

مَكْدُودٌ pass. part. n. of كَدَّ, q. v. b2: A man overcome. (L.) مُكِدٌّ (tropical:) One who gives [only] when asked. (A.) See also كَدُودٌ, and 1, and 4.

مِكَدٌّ (assumed tropical:) A comb. (K.) b2: (tropical:) An instrument for scratching or scraping. (TA.)
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