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

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3618. كرتب3 3619. كرتح3 3620. كرث13 3621. كرثأ4 3622. كرج8 3623. كرد103624. 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 3695. كل8 3696. كلأ16 3697. كلب19 3698. كلبث4 3699. كلت7 3700. كلتب3 3701. كلث2 3702. كلثب2 3703. كلج6 3704. كلح14 3705. كلحب3 3706. كلد9 3707. كلس11 3708. كلف19 3709. كلم15 3710. كلو5 3711. كم12 3712. كمأ13 3713. كمت14 3714. كمثر8 3715. كمح9 3716. كمخ11 3717. كمد15 Prev. 100




1 كَرَدَ, (aor.

كَرُدَ, S, L,) inf. n. كَرْدٌ, He drove, (L, K,) drove away, and repelled, a people: (S, L:) accord. to some, he drove the enemy in a charge or assault: (L:) he drove away the enemy: (K:) he repelled them and drove them away with his sword. (L.) b2: He turned him back from his opinion. (L.) A2: He cut off [a thing.] (K.) 3 كاردهُ, (K,) inf. n. مُكَارَدَةٌ, (S,) He charged upon, or assaulted, or attacked, him, (S, K,) and repelled him, (K,) the latter doing the same. (S, K.) كَرْدٌ The neck; (S, L, K;) a Persian word, arabicized: (S, L:) or (properly, L) the base of the neck: (L, K:) or the place where the head is set upon the neck: i. q. قَرْدٌ: (L:) the back of the neck; as also ↓ كَرْدَنٌ and قَرْدَنٌ (IAar, T, L.) كُرْدٌ a pl. [or rather a coll. gen. n.] of which the sing. [or n. un.] is ↓ كُرْدَةٌ, the latter signifying A مَشَارَة, (O, L,) i. e. channel of water for irrigation, (TA, [but see this word, and what follows here below,]) of places, [or plots] of seed-produce: (O, L, TA:) this is what is meant in the K by the saying that الكُرْدُ signifies الدَّبْرَةُ مِنَ المَزَارِعِ, and that the n. un. is with ة: (TA:) an instance of agreement between the languages of the Arabs and the 'Ajam; or, as some assert, an Arabic word derived from المُكَارَدَةُ: (O:) or كُرْدٌ signifies a دَبْرَة, and is [originally] a Pers. word: and the pl. is كُرُودٌ: and كُرْدَةٌ is like كُرْدٌ [in signification]: (L:) [see also دَبْرَةٌ, voce دَبْرٌ:] or كُرْدَةٌ signifies a piece of land, or of sown land, or one having a raised border; and its pl. is كُرَدٌ [app. a mistranscription for the coll. gen. n. كُرْدٌ]. (MA.) الكُرْدُ A certain nation; [the Gordiæi: (Golius:) n. un. كُرْدِىٌّ:] pl. أَكْرَادٌ: (S, L, K:) respecting their origin authors differ: it is said that their ancestor was Kurd the son of 'Amr Muzeykiyà the son of 'Ámir Má-es-Semà, not 'Ámir the son of Má-es-Semà, as in the K, for Má-es-Semà was a surname of 'Ámir: (TA:) or they are the remains of the people whom Beewarásf, also called Ed-Dahhák, used to eat: (IKt, MF, TA:) or their ancestor was Kurd the son of Ken'án (or Canaan) the son of Koosh (or Cush) the son of Hám (or Ham) the son of Nooh (or Noah): they consist of countless tribes, differing in language and condition, but all are reduced to four principal tribes, the سوران and the كوران and the كُلهر and the لُر: (Mohammad Efendee El-Kurdee:) or their ancestor was Kurd the son of 'Amr the son of 'Ámir the son of Saasa'ah: (Abu-l-Yakdhán:) El-Mes'oodee says, that some assert them to be of the descendants of Rabee'ah the son of Nizár: others, that they are of the descendants of Mudar the son of Nizár: others, that they are descended from Kurd the son of Ken'án the son of Koosh the son of Hám: and he adds, that they are apparently of the offspring of Hám, like the Persians: that among the known tribes of which they consist are the سورانيّة, the كورانية, the عمادية, the حكارية, the محمودية, the بختية, the بشوية, the جوبية, the زرزائية, the مهرانية, the جاودانية, the رضائية, the سروجية, the هارونية, and the لرية: and that their countries are Persia, and 'Irák el-'Ajam, and Ádharbeeján, and Irbil, and El-Mósil. (Mo-hammad Efendee El-Kurdee.) [Many other assertions as to the origin of this people are made by other authors.]

كَرْدَنٌ: see كَرْدٌ.

كُرْدَةٌ: see كُرْدٌ.

كُرْدِيَّةٌ an appellation of certain dogs [app. belonging to the كُرْد]. (M voce تَدْمُرِيَّةٌ.) كِرْدِيَّةٌ: see كِرْدِيدَةٌ.

كِرْدِيدَةٌ A large portion of dates. (L, K.) b2: Also, The [kind of basket of palm-leaves called]

جلَّةٌ in which dates are put: (Seer, L, K:) or the dates remaining upon the sides in the lower part of the جُلَّة: (S, L, K:) as also ↓ كِرْدِيَّةٌ: (K:) pl. كَرَادِيدُ (S, L, K) and كِرَادٌ. (K.) مَكْرُودٌ A mustache cut off. (K.)
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