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3877. لعط9 3878. لعق15 3879. لعل9 3880. لعن18 3881. لعو7 3882. لغب163883. لغث7 3884. لغد12 3885. لغذ1 3886. لغز15 3887. لغط18 3888. لغم14 3889. لغن7 3890. لغو10 3891. لف5 3892. لفأ11 3893. لفت20 3894. لفث4 3895. لفج9 3896. لفح13 3897. لفط1 3898. لفظ17 3899. لفع15 3900. لفق14 3901. لفم9 3902. لفو7 3903. لق3 3904. لقب14 3905. لقث5 3906. لقح19 3907. لقس11 3908. لقط18 3909. لقف16 3910. لقم16 3911. لقن15 3912. لقى5 3913. لك3 3914. لكأ12 3915. لكب4 3916. لكث7 3917. لكد11 3918. لكز15 3919. لكم12 3920. لكن13 3921. للب1 3922. لم8 3923. لمأ7 3924. لمج10 3925. لمح16 3926. لمز13 3927. لمس19 3928. لمظ17 3929. لمع17 3930. لمق12 3931. لن10 3932. لنجر2 3933. لهب12 3934. لهت4 3935. لهث15 3936. لهج16 3937. لهد11 3938. لهذب3 3939. لهذم8 3940. لهزم13 3941. لهط9 3942. لهف14 3943. لهلأ4 3944. لهم12 3945. لهو11 3946. لو9 3947. لوأ4 3948. لوب16 3949. لوت6 3950. لوث17 3951. لوج7 3952. لوح19 3953. لوذ14 3954. لوز12 3955. لوش4 3956. لوص15 3957. لوط17 3958. لوع13 3959. لوف10 3960. لوق13 3961. لوك14 3962. لوم20 3963. لون18 3964. لوى12 3965. ليأ5 3966. ليب4 3967. ليت15 3968. ليث12 3969. ليس17 3970. ليط13 3971. ليغ8 3972. ليف13 3973. ليق14 3974. ليك3 3975. ليل16 3976. لين18 Prev. 100
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1 لَغَبَ, aor. لَغُبَ (S,) and لَغَبَ (K); and لَغِبَ, aor لَغَبَ; (S, K;) but this latter is of weak authority; (S;) and لَغُبَ, aor. لَغُبَ; (Lb, K;) inf. n. لَغْبٌ, (K,) which is said to be inf. n. of لَغَبَ, aor. لَغُبَ, (TA,) and لُغُوبٌ, (S, K,) inf. n. of لَغَبَ, aor. لَغُبَ, and of لَغِبَ, (S,) and لَغُوبٌ, (K,) which deviates from constant rule, like وَضُوءٌ and قَبُولٌ, (TA,) and لَغَبٌ, which is said to be inf. n. of لَغِبَ, agreeably with analogy; (TA;) He was fatigued, tired, or wearied, (S, &c.,) in the greatest degree, or to the utmost: (M, K:) or he was languid in consequence of fatigue: or he was fatigued, tired, or wearied, in spirit, or mind: but most agree, as to the signification, with the S and K. (TA.) b2: لَغَابَةٌ (S, K: in the CK, and app. in most MS. copies of the K, expressly said to be لُغَابَةٌ, with dammeh:) and لُغُوبَةٌ (K) [app. inf. ns., of which the verb is لَغُبَ, aor. لَغُبَ,] The being stupid, and weak: or [if substs.] stupidity, and weakness. (S, K.) b3: لَغَبَ عَلَيْهِمْ, aor. لَغَبَ, (inf. n. لَغْبٌ, S,) He spoiled, or marred, their affair, scheme, plot, or the like: syn. أَفْسَدَ عَلَيْهِمْ: [أَمْرَهُمْ, or the like, being understood]. (El-Umawee and S.) b4: لَغَبَ القَوْمَ He spoke ill, or corruptly, to the people: syn. حَدَّثَهُمْ حَدِيثًا خَلْفًا. (K.) A2: لَغَبَ He (a dog) lapped, or drank by lapping. (K.) 2 لغّب دَابَّتَهُ He laded his beast with more than it was able to bear. (TA.) See 4 and 5.4 أَلْغَبَهُ He fatigued, tired, or wearied him. (S, K.) b2: Also, and ↓ تلغّبهُ and ↓ لغّبهُ, It (journeying, or travel,) fatigued, tired, or wearied, him in the greatest degree, or to the utmost. (K.) A2: الغب السَّهْمَ He made the feathers of the arrow to be what are termed لُغَاب. (K.) 5 تلغّب: see 4. b2: He chased, hunted, or pursued, long: syn. of the inf. n. طُولُ الطَّرْدِ. (S, K.) b3: A poet says, تَلَغَّبَنِى دَهْرٌ فَلَمَّا غَلَبْتُهُ غَزَانِى بِأَوْلَادِى فَأَدْرَكَنِى الدَّهْرُ [Fortune long pursued me; and when I overcame him, he attacked me with my children; and so fortune overtook me]. (S.) b4: تلغّبهُ He undertook the management of it, and did it, and was not unequal to it. (TA.) b5: تلغّب الدَّابَّةَ He found the beast of carriage to be fatigued, tired, or weary; or so in the utmost degree. (TA.) See 2.

لَغْبٌ (S, K; for which El-Kumeyt has used ↓ لَغَبٌ, like as نَهَرٌ is used for نَهْرٌ, because of the guttural letter; S) and ↓ لُغَابٌ (S) and ↓ لَغِيبٌ (as in the S and the CK and a MS. copy of the K) or ↓ لَغِبٌ (as in the TA, from the K) Bad, disordered, or illcomposed, feathers [of an arrow]: syn. رِيشٌ فَاسِدٌ: (S, K:) as the longer [or wider] lateral halves of feathers (بُطْنَان) [when they have not the shorter, or narrower, lateral halves interposed between two of them]: contr. of لُؤَامٌ: (S:) or the feathers termed ↓ لُغَاب are the longer [or wider] lateral halves; and a single one of them is called لُغَابَةٌ; [accord. to which explanation, لغاب is a coll. gen. n.;] contr. of لؤام: or the feathers of an arrow, when not equal, even, or uniform, are thus termed; and when equal, even, or uniform, they are termed لؤام: (TA:) لؤام and لغاب are terms applied to two descriptions of feathers; the former, to those whereof a longer [or wider] lateral half is next to a shorter [or narrower] lateral half; and this is the best that can be; and لغاب and لغب are terms applied to those whereof two longer [or wider] lateral halves, or two shorter [or narrower] lateral halves, are next each other. (As.) b2: لَغْبٌ and ↓ لُغَابٌ An arrow badly trimmed, or shaped; (K;) badly made: or one of which [all] the wings consist of the longer [or wider] lateral halves of feathers: or one which has two longer [or wider] lateral halves of feathers, or two shorter [or narrower] lateral halves, next each other: or one of which the feathers are incongruous; one in the contr. case being termed لُؤَامٌ: or one that does not go far. (TA.) b3: رِيشَ بِلَغْبٍ [It (an arrow) was feathered with bad feathers]. b4: A surname of a man, brother of Taäbbata-Sharran: (TA:) incorrectly written by J رِيشُ لَغْبٍ. (K.) b5: لَغْبٌ (tropical:) Corrupt, or vitious, speech, or discourse; (K;) not rightly aimed, directed, or disposed; evil, bad, foul. (TA.) b6: كُفَّ عَنَّا لَغْبَكَ Turn away from us thine evil, corrupt, or foul, speech. (TA.) b7: لَغْبٌ (like وَغْبٌ, TA) and ↓ لَغُوبٌ (tropical:) A weak, stupid, man. (S, K.) See an ex. voce كِتَابٌ. b8: لَغْبٌ The flesh that is between the ثَنَايَا, or four front teeth. (K.) لَغَبٌ: see لَغْبٌ. b2: أَخَذَ بِلَغَبِ رَقَبَتِهِ He overtook him. (K.) لَغِبٌ: see لَغْبٌ.

لَاغِبٌ and ↓ لَغْبَانُ Fatigued, tired, or wearied; or so in the utmost degree. b2: سَاغِبٌ لَاغِبٌ and سَغْبَانُ لَغْبَانُ: see art. سغب. (TA, art. سغب.) رِيَاحٌ لَوَاغِبُ (tropical:) [Languid winds.]. (TA.) لُغَابٌ: see لَغْبٌ.

لَغِيبٌ: see لَغْبٌ.

لُغَابَةٌ: see 1.

لُغْبَانُ: see لَاغِب.

مَلْغَبَةٌ [A cause of fatigue, tiring, or weariness]: from [اللَّغْبُ as signifying] الإِعْبَاءُ: pl. مَلَاغِبُ. (TA.)
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