William Edward Lane, Arabic-English Lexicon مدُّ القَامُوس، معجم عربي إنجليزي لوليام إدوارد لَيْن

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3893. لفت20 3894. لفث4 3895. لفج9 3896. لفح13 3897. لفط1 3898. لفظ173899. 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 3977. ليه8 3978. م7 3979. مأ1 3980. مأج5 3981. مأد5 3982. مأق10 3983. مأن13 3984. مأه1 3985. مأى6 3986. مت4 3987. متأ6 3988. متح14 3989. متع19 3990. متن19 3991. متى8 3992. مث5 Prev. 100




1 لَفَظَهُ, (S, M, Msb, K,) and لَفَظَ بِهِ, (M, K,) aor. لَفِظَ, (S, M, Msb, K,) inf. n. لَفْظٌ; (T, S, M, Msb;) and لَفِظَهُ, and لَفِظَ بِهِ, aor. لَفِظَ; (Ibn-Abbád, K.) but the former is that which is commonly known; (TA;) He ejected it; cast it forth; [disgorged it;] (T, S, M, Msb, K;) namely a thing that was in his mouth; (T;) his spittle, &c.; (Msb;) from (مِنْ) his mouth. (S, TA.) And لَفَظَ alone, [elliptically,] He ejected what had entered between his teeth, of food. (TA.) You say also, لَفَظَتِ الحَيَّةُ سَمَّهَا (tropical:) [The serpent ejected its poison.] (TA.) And لَفَظَ عَصْبَهُ, lit. He ejected his spittle that stuck and dried in his mouth; meaning (tropical:) he died; (T, TA;) as also لَفَظَ نَفْسَهُ, aor. لَفِظَ, inf. n. as above; (M, TA;) and لَفَظَ alone. (M, K.) And جَآءَ وَقَدْ لَفَظَ لِجَامَهُ, [as to the letter and the meaning like جَآءَ وَقَدْ دَلَقَ لِجَامَهُ,] (tropical:) He came harassed, or distressed, by thirst and fatigue. (Ibn-'Abbád, M, Z, K.) And لَفَظَتِ الرَّحِمُ مَآءَ الفَحْلِ (tropical:) The womb ejected the seminal fluid of the stallion. (TA.) And لَفَظَهُ البَحْرُ (assumed tropical:) The sea cast it forth upon the shore; (Msb, TA;) namely a fish; (TA;) or a beast. (Msb.) And لَفَظَ البَحْرُ بِمَا فِيهِ إِلَى الشُّطُوطِ (assumed tropical:) The sea cast forth what was within it to the shores. (M.) And قَآءَتِ الأَرْضُ

أُكْلَهَا وَلَفَظَتْ خَبِيْئَهَا (tropical:) The earth disclosed her vegetables, and revealed her hidden things. (TA in this art. and in art. قيأ.) And لَفَظَتِ الأَرْضُ المَيِّتَ (assumed tropical:) The earth cast forth the dead; (T, Msb;) did not receive, or admit, the dead. (M.) And لَفَظَتِ البِلَادُ أَهْلَهَا (tropical:) [The countries cast forth their inhabitants]. (TA.) b2: [Hence,] لَفَظَ بِالكَلَامِ, (S, K,) and بِقَوْلٍ, (Msb,) and بِالشَّىْءِ, (M,) and لَفَظَ القَوْلَ, (TA,) aor. لَفِظَ, inf. n. لَفْظٌ, (M,) He uttered, spoke forth, or pronounced, (S, M, Msb, K,) the saying, (S, K,) and a saying, (Msb,) and the thing; (M;) as also بِهِ ↓ تلفّظ. (S, Msb, K.) It is said in the Kur, [l. 17,] مَا يَلْفِظُ مِنْ قَوْلٍ (tropical:) [He doth not utter a saying]: where Kh. reads ما يَلْفَظُ: both forms of the verb being used in this sense [as is implied in the K.]. (TA.) 5 تَلَفَّظَ see 1, last signification.

لَفْظٌ, originally an inf. n., (S, Msb,) is used as a subst., (Msb,) signifying (tropical:) An expression; i. e. a word; [more precisely termed ↓ لَفْظَةٌ;] and also a collection of words, a phrase, or sentence; (I'Ak &c.;) [each considered as such, without regard to its meaning; a word itself; and a phrase itself;] the latter also called لَفْظٌ مُرَكَّبٌ, a compound expression, an expression composed of two or more words: (Expos. of the Ajroomeeyeh, by the sheykh Khálid; &c.:) and ↓ مَلْفَظٌ signifies the same (TA:) pl. of the former أَلْفَاظٌ; (S, Msb;) dim. أُلَيْفَاظٌ: (Har., p. 593) and of the latter مَلَافِظ. (TA.) [Hence, لَفْظًا وَمَعْنًى (tropical:) With respect to the word, or words, or wording, and the meaning: and with respect to the actual order of the words; and the order of the sense. And لَفْظًا وَرُتْبَةً (tropical:) With respect to the actual order of the words, and the order of the proper relative places. And لَفْظًا وَتَقْدِيرًا (tropical:) Literally and virtually. And لَا وَاحِدَ لَهُ مِنْ لَفْظِهِ (tropical:) It has no singular formed of the same radical letter: i. e., it has no proper singular: said of a word such as قَوْمٌ and رَهْطٌ &c.] b2: See also لُفَاظٌ.

لَفْظَةٌ: see لَفْظٌ.

لَفْظِىٌّ [Of, or relating to, a word, or collection of words, verbal:] opposed to مَعْنَوِىٌّ.

لَفَظَانٌ Loquacious; a great talker: but this is a vulgar word. (TA.) لُفْاظٌ [app. a coll. gen. n., of which ↓ لُفَاظَةٌ, q. v., is the n. un., as seems to be indicated in the S, TA,] What is cast, or thrown, away; (M, TA;) as also ↓ لَفْظٌ: the latter on the authority of IB. (TA.) لِفَاظٌ (assumed tropical:) Leguminous plants [put forth by the earth]. (Sgh, K.) لَفِيظٌ and ↓ مَلْفُوظٌ Ejected; cast forth. (M, K.) b2: (tropical:) [Uttered, spoken forth, or pronounced.]

لُفَاظَةٌ What is ejected, or cast forth, from the mouth: (S, K:) such as particles of the toothstick, or stick with which the teeth are cleaned: (TA:) and what is cast, or thrown, away, of food: pl. لُفَاظَاتٌ: (Har, p. ??.:) see also لُفَاظٌ. b2: Also, (tropical:) A remain, remainder, or residue, of a thing, (K, TA,) little in quality. (TA.) لَافِظٌ [act. part. n. of 1: fem. with ة]. Yousay, فُلاَنٌ لَافِظٌ (tropical:) Such a one is dying. (TA.) b2: اللَّافِظَةٌ The she-goat, (T, S, M, K,) or ewe; (M, K;) because she is called to be milked, while ruminating, and thereupon ejects her cud, and comes joyfully to be milked: (T, * S, M, * K: *) or the bird that feeds her young one from her beak; because she puts forth what is in her inside and gives it for food: (S, K *:) or the domestic cock; (S, K;) because he takes the grain with his beak, and does not eat it, but throws it to the hen: (K:) or (tropical:) the mill; (T, S, M, K;) because it casts forth what it grinds, (T, TA,) of the flour: (TA:) or (tropical:) the sea; (S, M, K;) as also لَافِظَةُ, determinate [as a proper name]; (K;) because it casts forth (S, M) what is in it, (M,) [namely] ambergris and jewels: (S:) in this last sense, and as applied to the cock, (Sgh,) the ة is to give intensiveness to the signification. (S, Sgh.) It has one or another of these significations in the saying, اسْمَحُ مِنْ لَافِظَةٍ [More liberal, or bountiful, than a she-goat, &c.,] (T, S, K,) and أَسْخَى مِنْ لَافِظَةٍ (M, TA) and أَجْوَدُ مِنْ لَافِظَةٍ [which mean the same]. (TA.) لَافِظَةٌ also signifies Any bird that feeds his female, (T,) or that feeds his young bird, (M, K,) from his beak. (T, M, K.) and اللَّافِظَةُ (tropical:) The earth; because it casts forth the dead. (TA.) And (tropical:) The present world; because it casts forth those who are in it to the world to come. (T, K, TA.) مَلْفَظٌ: see لَفْظٌ.

مَلْفُوظٌ: see لَفِيظٌ.
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