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1 لَجِبَ, aor. لَجَبَ, inf. n. لَجَبٌ, It [a number of men] cried out, or vociferated; raised a clamour, or confused noise. (S, K.) See also art. جلب. b2: لَجِبَ, inf. n. لَجَبٌ, It (a clamour, or confused noise,) rose. (TA.) b3: لَجِبَ, inf. n. لَجَبٌ, It (the sea) was agitated, or in commotion; its waves conflicting, or dashing together. (K.) A2: لَجُبَتْ, aor. لَجُبَ, (inf. n. لُجُوبَةٌ, TA;) and ↓ لجّبت, inf. n. تَلْجِيبٌ; She (a sheep or goat) had little milk; (S, K:) or her milk dried up, in consequence of her having passed four months since bringing forth. (S.) See لَجْبَةٌ.

A3: In a trad. respecting Moses and the stone, occur the words, فَلَجَبَهُ ثَلَاثَ لَجَبَاتٍ, which IAth says he cannot explain, unless the right reading be فَلَحَتَهُ ثلاث لَحَتَاتٍ [And he struck it three blows]. (TA.) لَجَبٌ A crying, or vociferation; a clamour, or confused noise. (S, K.) The sound, or noise, of soldiers; and the neighing of horses. (TA.) Agitation, or commotion, of the waves of the sea. (K.) The rising of a clamour, or confused noise. (TA.) b2: بَحْرٌ ذُو لَجَبٍ A roaring, tumultuous, or boisterous, sea. (S.) جَيْشٌ لَجِبٌ A clamourous, or noisy, army. (S, K.) b2: In like manner this epithet is applied to thunder, and to a cloud or rain accompanied with thunder; in each case after the manner of a rel. n. (TA.) لَجْبَةٌ and ↓ لُجْبَةٌ and ↓ لِجْبَةٌ (S, K) and ↓ لَجَبَةٌ [but see what is said respecting the last of the pls. mentioned below] and ↓ لَجِبَةٌ and ↓ لِجَبَةٌ (K) the last two from Th. (TA.) A sheep or goat (شاة, K), or a sheep only, not a goat, (ISk, S,) of which the milk has become little in quantity: (S, K:) or a sheep or goat (شاة) which has passed four months since her bringing forth, and of which the milk has in consequence dried up: (As, S:) or it is an epithet applied specially to a goat: (K:) a poet (Muhelhil, TA,) says, عَجِبَتْ أَبْنَاؤُنَا مِنْ فِعْلِنَا

إِذْ نَبِيعُ الخَيْلَ بِالمِعْزَى اللِّجَابْ [Our sons wondered at our action, in our selling horses for goats of which the milk had become little, or dried up]: (S:) and contr., abounding with milk: (K:) a poet applies the two epithets لَجْبَة and حَاشِكَة to the same sheep or goat; but he may mean that her milk was little at one time, and abundant at another. (TA.) Pl. [of لَجْبَةٌ] لِجَابٌ (S, K) and لَجْبَاتٌ (this being allowed by Mbr, agreeably with analogy, TA) and لَجَبَاتٌ (S, K): the last dev. with respect to rule; for by rule it should be لَجْبَاتٌ; unless it be originally a subst. used as an epithet, like as one says إِمْرَأَةٌ كَلْبَةٌ; or unless ↓ لَجَبَةٌ be a syn. of the sing. (S.) Sb says, that لَجَبَاتٌ is used as pl. because some of the Arabs used ↓ لَجَبَةٌ as sing. (TA.) b2: اللّجب [app. اللَّجَبُ, a quasi-pl. n.,], occurring in the following words of a trad., فَيَبْدُو أَمْثَالُ اللجبِ مِنَ الذَّهَبِ, is said to be pl. of لَجْبَةٌ: or it is اللِّجَبُ, like as قِصَعٌ is pl. of قَصْعَةٌ. (TA.) A2: In a trad. respecting Ed-Dejjál, according to one reading, occur the words, بلجبتى البابِ: but Aboo-Moosà says, that the right reading is with ف [instead of the ب, and with ى before it: i. e. بِلَجِيفَتَى الباب: see art. لجف]. (TA.) لُجْبَةٌ: see لَجْبَةٌ.

لِجْبَةٌ: see لَجْبَةٌ.

لَجَبَةٌ: see لَجْبَةٌ.

لَجِبَةٌ: see لَجْبَةٌ.

لَجَبَةٌ: see لَجْبَةٌ.

مِلْجَابٌ An arrow feathered, but without the point: (K:) pl. مَلَاجِيبُ. (TA.) مِنْجَابٌ is the more common word; and the ل appears to be substituted for the ن. (ISd.)
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