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3733. كنخب3 3734. كند14 3735. كندث3 3736. كندر5 3737. كنز20 3738. كنس213739. 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 3808. لتح7 3809. لث5 3810. لثأ5 3811. لثف1 3812. لثم16 3813. لثو1 3814. لج5 3815. لجأ15 3816. لجب10 3817. لجح6 3818. لجف13 3819. لجم13 3820. لجن11 3821. لح2 3822. لحب9 3823. لحت7 3824. لحج11 3825. لحد16 3826. لحس16 3827. لحص11 3828. لحظ14 3829. لحف19 3830. لحق16 3831. لحم16 3832. لحن20 Prev. 100
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1 كَنَسَ, (S, A, Mgh, Msb,) aor. كَنُسَ, (S, Msb,) or كَنِسَ, (Mgh,) inf. n. كَنْسٌ, (S, Mgh, Msb,) He swept (Mgh, TA) a house, or chamber, (S, A, Mgh, Msb,) or place, (TA,) with a مِكْنَسَة [or broom]. (A, Mgh.) b2: مَرُّوا بِهِمْ فَكَنَسُوهُمْ (tropical:) They passed by them and swept them away, or destroyed them; syn. كَسَحُوهُمْ. (A, TA.) A2: كَنَسَ, (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K,) aor. كَنِسَ, (S, Msb, K,) or كَنُسَ, (Mgh,) inf. n. كُنُوسٌ, (Mgh, Msb,) He (an antelope) entered his كِنَاس, (S, A, Mgh, Msb, K,) i. e., his covert, or hiding-place, among trees; (S, K;) or abode; (Msb;) or cave; (TA;) as also ↓ تكنّس (S, A, Mgh, K) and ↓ اكتنس;) (A, TA;) which two verbs are likewise said of a wild bull or cow, in the same sense. (TA.) [Hence,] ↓ تكنّس also signifies (tropical:) He (a man, TA) entered the tent: (K:) or hid himself, and entered the tent. (TA.) And ↓ تكنّست (tropical:) She (a woman) entered the هَوْدَج [or camel-litter]: (K:) app. taken from the saying of Lebeed, فَتَكَنَّسُوا قُطْنًا, meaning, and they entered هَوَادِج [or camel-litters] covered with cloths of cotton. (TA.) b2: [Hence also,] كَنَسَتِ النُّجُومُ, (Zj,) aor. كَنِسَ, (AO, Zj, S, K,) inf. n. كُنُوسٌ, (Lth, Zj,) (tropical:) The stars hid themselves in their place, or places, of setting, (AO, Zj, S, K, *) like antelopes in their كُنُس [or coverts]: (K:) [or] continued in their courses and then departed, returning: (Zj:) or the stars [here meaning planets] became stationary in their circuiting or revolving. (Lth.) See كَانِسٌ.5 تَكَنَّسَ see 1; the former, in four places.8 إِكْتَنَسَ see 1; the former, in four places.

كِنَاسٌ A gazelle's covert, or hiding-place, among trees: (S, K:) so called because he sweeps (يكنس) the sand, or in the sand, [accord. to different copies of the K,] until he reaches the soil, or moist earth: (K, * TA:) or his abode: (Msb:) or cave: (TA:) and [in like manner]

↓ مَكْنِسٌ a place into which a gazelle or a wild bull or cow enters to protect itself therein from the heat: (TA:) pl. [of pauc.] أَكْنِسَةٌ (TA) and [of mult.] كُنُسٌ and كُنَّسٌ (K) and [pl. pl., i. e., pl. of كُنُسٌ,] كُنُسَاتٌ. (TA.) كُنَاسَةٌ Sweepings; (S, Mgh, Msb, K;) the dust of a house that is swept and thrown into a heap. (Lh.) b2: Also, The place of sweepings; (Mgh;) the place where sweepings are thrown. (TA.) كَنِيسَةٌ A place of worship (K) of the Christians; [a Christian church:] (S, A, K:) or of the Jews; (Sgh, K;) i. e., of the Jews only: [a Jewish synagogue;] that of Christians being called بِيعَةٌ: (Sgh:) [Chald כְנישָׁה: (Golius:)] or both; (Mgh, Msb;) being sometimes applied to the former [in classical times, as it is in the present day, as well as to the latter]: (Msb:) or of unbelievers, (K,) absolutely: (TA:) an arabicized word, [from the Chaldee mentioned above, or] from [the Persian word] كُنِسْتْ (Az, Mgh) or كَنَسْتْ (TA) [signifying “ a firetemple ”]: pl. كَنَائِسُ. (A, Msb.) A2: A thing resembling [the kind of camel-litter called] a هَوْدَج, composed of twigs, or branches, stuck in a مَحْمِل or a رَحْل, with a cloth thrown over them, in which the rider sits in the shade and conceals himself: (Mgh, Msb:) of the measure فَعِيلَةٌ from كُنُوسٌ [an inf. n. of كَنَسَ]: (Mgh:) pl. as above. (Msb.) كَنَّاسٌ One who sweeps حُشُوش [meaning privies]. (A, TA.) كَانِسٌ An antelope, (S, A, TA,) and a wild bull, (TA,) entering his كِنَاس, (S, A, TA,) i. e., his covert, or hiding-place, among trees: (S:) fem. with ة: (Zj:) pl. كُنَّسٌ, both of the masc. and fem., (Zj,) and كَوَانِسُ, of the masc., (A,) [and of the fem. also accord. to rule,] and كُنُوسٌ. (TA.) b2: [Hence,] الكُنَّسُ, (S,) or الجَوَارِى الكُنَّسُ, (K,) [in the Kur, lxxxi. 16,] (tropical:) The stars; because they hide themselves in their place of setting: (AO, S:) or the stars that rise running their course, and hide themselves in their places of setting: (Zj:) or all the stars; because they appear by night and lie hidden by day: (K:) or i. q. الخُنَّسُ, (K, TA,) i. e., السَّيَّارَةُ, (TA,) or السَّيَّارَاتُ, (Bd,) or الخُنَّسُ السَّيَّارَةُ, (S,) the five stars, [or planets,] Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, and Mercury; (TA;) because they hide themselves in their place of setting, like antelopes in their كُنُس [or coverts]; (K;) or because they become hidden beneath the light of the sun: (Bd:) or the stars [meaning plants] that become hidden in their courses, and run their courses and become stationary in their places of circuiting, and then circuit [again]; every star [of those thus named] having a circuit in which it becomes stationary, and [then] revolves [again], and then it departs, returning: (Lth:) or the angels: (K:) or the wild bulls or cows, and the wild antelopes, (Zj, K,) that enter their كُنُس [or coverts] when the heat is vehement. (Zj.) مَكْنِسٌ: [pl. مَكَانِسُ:] see كِنَاسٌ. b2: [Hence,] مَكَانِسُ الرَّيْبِ (assumed tropical:) The places of suspicion. (TA.) مِكْنَسَةٌ A broom; a thing with which one sweeps: (S, A, Msb:) pl. مَكَانِسُ. (A, TA.) مُكَنِّسٌ A maker of brooms. (Golius, from Meyd.) كنش كنع See Supplement
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