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3708. كلف19 3709. كلم15 3710. كلو5 3711. كم12 3712. كمأ13 3713. كمت143714. كمثر8 3715. كمح9 3716. كمخ11 3717. كمد15 3718. كمر11 3719. كمس10 3720. كمش13 3721. كمل17 3722. كمن15 3723. كمه14 3724. كمى4 3725. كن6 3726. كنب13 3727. كنبت4 3728. كنبث4 3729. كنت8 3730. كنتب2 3731. كنث5 3732. كنثب3 3733. كنخب3 3734. كند14 3735. كندث3 3736. كندر5 3737. كنز20 3738. كنس21 3739. كنعت3 3740. كنعث3 3741. كنعد6 3742. كنف19 3743. كنفث3 3744. كنه14 3745. كنى6 3746. كهب9 3747. كهد7 3748. كهدب3 3749. كهر13 3750. كهرب5 3751. كهكب3 3752. كهل17 3753. كهن17 3754. كو1 3755. كوأ3 3756. كوب16 3757. كوت5 3758. كوث8 3759. كوح8 3760. كوخ8 3761. كود11 3762. كودأ1 3763. كوذ8 3764. كور18 3765. كوز12 3766. كوس18 3767. كوع14 3768. كوف16 3769. كوكب8 3770. كوم16 3771. كون16 3772. كوى8 3773. كيأ5 3774. كيت9 3775. كيد15 3776. كير12 3777. كيس15 3778. كيص5 3779. كيف15 3780. كيل19 3781. كين9 3782. كيه4 3783. ل8 3784. لأ1 3785. لأت1 3786. لأك5 3787. لأل1 3788. لألأ9 3789. لأم13 3790. لأى3 3791. لب8 3792. لبأ13 3793. لبت5 3794. لبث15 3795. لبج11 3796. لبخ8 3797. لبد18 3798. لبس18 3799. لبع3 3800. لبق15 3801. لبك12 3802. لبلب4 3803. لبن19 3804. لبى5 3805. لت3 3806. لتأ8 3807. لتب6 Prev. 100
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1 كَمُتَ, (contr. to analogy, as verbs significant of colours [if unaugmented] are generally of the measure فَعِلٌ, MF,) aor. كَمُتَ, inf. n. كَمْتٌ and كُمْتَةٌ (in the CK كَمْتَةٌ) and كَمَاتَةٌ; and ↓ اكمت, inf. n. إِكْمَاتٌ; (K;) and ↓ اكمتّ, inf. n. إِكْمِتَاتٌ; and ↓ اكماتّ, (in the CK إِكْمَأَتَّ,) inf. n. إِكْمِيتَاتٌ; (S, K;) He (a horse, S, K, [and a camel, &c.]) was, or became, of the colour called كُمَيْتٌ. (S, K.) A2: كَمَتَ الغَيْظَ, [aor, كَمُتَ,] He concealed, or hid in his bosom, rage, or wrath. (Sgh, K.) 2 كمّت ثَوْبَهُ (tropical:) He dyed his garment of the colour of [fresh ripe] dates; i. e., of a red colour inclining to black. (A.) b2: كُمِّتَتْ She was rendered artificially of the colour called كُمَيْتٌ, (K,) or was dyed of that colour. (So in a copy of the K.) 4 أَكْمَتَ see 1.9 إِكْمَتَّ see 1.11 إِكْمَاْتَّ see 1.

كُمْتٌ: see أَكْمَتُ.

كُمْتَةٌ [A dark bay colour:] a red colour mixed with blackness: (Kh, Sb:) or a red colour mixed with قُنُوْء, (As, S, K,) which latter is blackness that is not pure, or clear: (see كُمَيْتٌ:) or a colour between black and red: (ISd:) there are two kinds of كمتة; namely كُمْتَةُ صُفْرَةٍ [yellow bay, or gilded bay,] and كُمْتَةُ حُمْرَةٍ

[red bay, or chestnut-bay]. (IAar.) كُمَيْتٌ, masc. and fem., (S, K,) [A bay, or dark bay, or brown, horse &c.:] of a red colour mixed with blackness: (Kh, Sb:) or of a red colour mixed with قُنُوْء, (As, S, K,) which latter is blackness that is not pure, or clear: (TA [app. from As]:) [see كُمْتَةٌ, above:] a camel is called أَحْمَرُ if of an unmixed red; but if of a red colour mixed with قنوء, it is called كميت: (As, S:) the difference between كميت and أَشْقَرُ, as applied to horses, is in the mane and the tail: if these are red, the animal is called اشقر [i. e. sorrel]; and if they are black, it is called كميت; (AO, S, TA;) and the وَرْد is between these two: (AO, TA:) [all bay horses have black manes, which distinguish them from the sorrel, that have red or white manes: (Farrier's Dict., quoted in Johnson's Dict., voce “ bay ”:)] an epithet applied to the horse and the camel and other animals: (ISd:) you say فَرَسٌ كميتٌ, and مُهْرَةٌ كميتٌ, and بَعِيرٌ كميتٌ, and نَاقَةٌ كميتٌ: (TA:) accord. to the Kh, as cited by Sb, it is of the dim. form because it denotes a colour between black and red, as though to imply that it signifies what is near to each of these two colours. (S.) In a marginal note in the S, it is said to be a foreign word arabicized. (TA.) [Perhaps from the Persian كُمِيژَهْ: Freytag says, accord. to some from the Persian كُميته.] See also أَكْمَتُ, and كُمْتَةٌ. The Arabs say, that the كميت is the most powerful of horses, and the strongest in the hoofs. (TA.) b2: تَمْرَةٌ كُمَيْتٌ (tropical:) A date of the colour called كُمَيْتٌ; [or, red tinged, or mixed, with black, or of a blackish red colour]: it is one of the kinds hardest, or toughest, in لِحَآء [i. e. pulp, or flesh], and sweetest to chew. (AM.) b3: تِينٌ كُمَيْتٌ (tropical:) A fig of that colour. (AHn.) b4: كُمَيْتٌ (tropical:) a name of Wine; because there is in it blackness and redness: (S:) or wine in which is blackness and redness: (M, K:) used like a proper name, [or rather as a subst.,] though originally an epithet. (TA.) b5: كُمَيْتٌ is also applied as an epithet to waste, or unowned, land. (ISd.) b6: كُمَيْتٌ A long, complete, month, or year. (IAar.) أَخَذَهُ بِكَمِيتَتِهِ He took it by its root. (Sgh, K.) كَمَاتِىٌّ: see next paragraph.

أَكْمَتُ] b2: خَيْلٌ كُمْتٌ, and ↓ كَمَاتِىٌّ, (K,) and كَمَاتَى, of the same measure as عَذَارَى, (TA,) Horses of the colour of that which is called كُمَيْتٌ, (K,) كمت is a pl. formed from أَكْمَتُ; though this sing. has not been used: (L:) and كماتى is a pl. formed from كَمْتَاءُ [fem. of أَكْمَتُ] regarded as a subst.; though this sing. also has not been used. (TA.)
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