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1 لَغَزَهُ, aor. لَغُزَ, (TK,) inf. n. لَغْزٌ, (IF, A, Msb, K,) He turned it from its proper mode or manner; distorted it. (IF, A, Msb, K, TA, TK.) b2: [Hence,] لَغَزَ جِحَرَتَهُ, and ↓ أَلْغَزَهَا, He (a jerboa) made his burrows winding, or tortuous, and perplexing to the enterer thereof. And لَغَزَ فِى حَفْرِهِ, and ↓ أَلْغَزَ, He pursued a winding, or tortuous, course in his burrowing. (A.) 2 لَغَّزَ see 4.3 رَأَيْتُهُ يُلَاغِزُهُ وَيُلَامِزُهُ (tropical:) [I saw him talking enigmatically, or obscurely, with him, or to him, and making signs with him, or to him.] (A, TA.) [See also 3 in arts. حجو and عى.]4 أَلْغَزَ see 1, in two places. b2: الغز كَلَامَهُ, (A, K,) and الغز فِى كَلَامِهِ, (S, A, Msb, K,) signify alike: (K:) or the former, (tropical:) He made his speech, or language, enigmatical, or obscure; not plain: (A:) and the latter, (S, A,) or both, (K,) he made his meaning enigmatical, or obscure, in his speech, or language; (S, A, K;) as also ↓ لغّز: (A:) or the second, he used parabolical language: (Msb:) or both, he concealed a meaning different from that which he made apparent: or he was equivocal, or ambiguous, in his speech, or language, for the purpose of concealment: as in the following verse, cited by Fr: وَلَمَّا رَأَيْتُ النَّسْرَ عَزَّ أَبْنَ دَأُيَةَ وَعَشَّشَ فِى وَكْرَيْهِ جَاشَتْ لَهُ نَفْسِى (tropical:) [And when I saw that the vulture had overcome the raven, and nested in his nest, (lit., in his two nests,) my soul, or stomach, heaved thereat]: the poet likens hoariness to the vulture, because of its whiteness [or grayness]; and youthfulness to the black raven, because the hair of youth is black. (TA.) You say also, الغز فِى يَمِينِهِ (tropical:) He practised [equivocation, or ambiguity, (see لُغَّيْزَى,) or] concealment, [by a mental reservation, or otherwise,] towards the person sworn to, in his oath: the doing of which is forbidden. (A.) لَغْزٌ: see لُغَزٌ, throughout.

لُغَزٌ: see لُغَزٌ, throughout.

لَغَزٌ: see لُغَزٌ, throughout.

لُغَزٌ (S, A, K) and ↓ لُغْزٌ and ↓ لَغْزٌ (K) and ↓ لَغَزٌ and ↓ لُغَيْزَآءُ (TA) A winding, or tortuous, excavation or burrow: this is the primary signification: (IAar, in explanation of لُغْزٌ:) the burrow of a jerboa, which he makes between the قَاصِعَآء and نَافِقَآء, burrowing strait downwards, and then turning crosswise to the right and left, so that his place becomes concealed: (S, K, * TA:) or the burrow of the [lizard called] ضَبّ, and of the jerboa, (A, K,) and of the rat or mouse: (K:) pl. [of the first four] أَلْغَازٌ. (S, A.) b2: Hence, (K,) أَلْغَازٌ (tropical:) Winding, or tortuous, roads, or ways, perplexing to him who pursues them. (A, * K.) You say, إِلْزَمِ الجَادَّةَ وَإِيَّاكَ وَالأَلْغَازَ (tropical:) [Keep thou to the main road, and avoid the winding, or tortuous, by-ways, which perplex him who pursues them]. (A, TA.) b3: Hence also, (S,) لُغَزٌ (S, A, Sgh, Msb, K [omitted in the copies of the K consulted by the author of the TA, through inadvertence, as he observes, but mentioned in the CK,]) and ↓ لُغْزٌ [which is now the most common form] and ↓ لُغُزٌ and ↓ لَغَزٌ (Sgh, K) and ↓ لُغَّيْزَى, (S, K,) with teshdeed to the غ, and not a dim., because the ى of the dim. does not occupy a fourth place, but like خُضَّارَى and شُقَّارَى, (S,) and ↓ لُغَيْزَآءُ, (Az, K,) like حُمَيْرَآءُ, (K,) [and app. ↓ لُغَّيْزَآءُ also, with teshdeed, (see what follows,)] and ↓ أُلْغُوزَةٌ, (K,) (tropical:) An enigma; a riddle; enigmatical, or obscure, language: (S, A, K:) or parabolical language: (Msb:) pl. (of the first four, K, TA) أَلْغَازٌ. (S, A, Msb, K.) And in like manner, يَمِينٌ

↓ لُغَّيْزَآءُ, accord. to Z, with teshdeed to the غ mentioned by Sb with خُلَّيْطَآءُ, or, accord. to Az, without teshdeed, [لُغَيْزَآءُ,] which he regards as the dim. of the form with teshdeed, like as سُكَيْتٌ is of سُكَّيْتٌ, (tropical:) An oath in which is equivocation, or ambiguity, and concealment [by mental reservation or otherwise]. (TA.) لُغُزٌ: see لُغَزٌ.

لَغَّازٌ (tropical:) One who often, or habitually, speaks evil of others in their absence; (K, TA;) as though he did so in equivocal or ambiguous language. (TA.) لُغَيْزَآءُ: see لُغَزٌ, in three places.

لُغَّيْزَى and لُغَّيْزَآءُ: see لُغَزٌ; the second in two places.

أُلْغُوزَةٌ: see لُغَزٌ.
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