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3886. لغز14 3887. لغط17 3888. لغم13 3889. لغن7 3890. لغو9 3891. لف53892. لفأ11 3893. لفت19 3894. لفث4 3895. لفج8 3896. لفح12 3897. لفط1 3898. لفظ16 3899. لفع14 3900. لفق13 3901. لفم8 3902. لفو6 3903. لق3 3904. لقب13 3905. لقث4 3906. لقح18 3907. لقس10 3908. لقط17 3909. لقف15 3910. لقم15 3911. لقن14 3912. لقى5 3913. لك3 3914. لكأ12 3915. لكب3 3916. لكث6 3917. لكد10 3918. لكز14 3919. لكم11 3920. لكن12 3921. للب1 3922. لم8 3923. لمأ7 3924. لمج9 3925. لمح15 3926. لمز12 3927. لمس18 3928. لمظ16 3929. لمع16 3930. لمق11 3931. لن9 3932. لنجر2 3933. لهب11 3934. لهت3 3935. لهث14 3936. لهج15 3937. لهد10 3938. لهذب3 3939. لهذم7 3940. لهزم12 3941. لهط8 3942. لهف13 3943. لهلأ4 3944. لهم11 3945. لهو10 3946. لو8 3947. لوأ4 3948. لوب15 3949. لوت5 3950. لوث16 3951. لوج6 3952. لوح18 3953. لوذ13 3954. لوز11 3955. لوش3 3956. لوص14 3957. لوط16 3958. لوع12 3959. لوف9 3960. لوق12 3961. لوك13 3962. لوم19 3963. لون17 3964. لوى12 3965. ليأ5 3966. ليب4 3967. ليت14 3968. ليث11 3969. ليس16 3970. ليط12 3971. ليغ7 3972. ليف12 3973. ليق13 3974. ليك3 3975. ليل15 3976. لين17 3977. ليه7 3978. م6 3979. مأ1 3980. مأج5 3981. مأد5 3982. مأق10 3983. مأن13 3984. مأه1 3985. مأى6 Prev. 100
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1 لَفَّ He folded, or rather wrapped; folded up, or rather wrapped up, or rolled up, a thing in another thing. b2: لَفَّ العَدُوَّ [app. He involved the enemy (in difficulty), or entangled him:] said with reference to war, and excellence of judgment, and knowledge of the case of the enemy, and the subduing him, with the infliction of many wounds. (L, in TA, voce عَمَتَهُ.) But see عَمَتَ.5 تَلَفَّّ see 8.8 اِلْتَفَّ It (herbage) tangled; became confused, and caught, one part to another: (Msb:) or became luxuriant, or abundant; (S;) it (a collection of trees) became luxuriant, or abundant, and close together: (AHn:) [or thickly intermixed:] it (a thing) became collected together, and dense; (TA:) best rendered tangled, or luxuriant, or abundant and dense. b2: اِلْتَفَّ and ↓ تَلْفَفَّ He wrapped, or enwrapped, himself in, or with, a garment; (KL, PS;) i. q. اِشْتَمَلَ. (Msb.) b3: اِلْتَفَّ وَجْهُ الغُلَامِ means اِتَّصَلَتْ لِحْيَتُهُ [i. e. The face of the young man became continuous, or uninterrupted, in its beard]. (TA.) b4: اِلْتَفَّ It (an affair) became complicated.

لَفٌّ ونَشْرٌ in rhetoric, [Complication and explication, involution and evolution; i. e., a construction in which two or more words are mentioned, and, after them, two or more other words, as epithets, &c., referring to the former. لفّ ونشر مُرَتَّبٌ, Involution and evolution regularly disposed, is when the order of the latter words agrees with that of those to which they refer.

لفّ ونشر مَعْكُوسٌ, or مُشَوَّشٌ, Involved, or disordered, involution and evolution, is when the order of the latter words is contrary to that of those to which they refer]. (TA, passim.) See Har, p. 383.

لُفَّةٌ i. q. لُقْمَةٌ: see صُفَّةٌ, last sentence.

لَفَّآءُ A thick thigh: see a verse voce تَسَاهَمُوا.

فُلَانٌ مِنْ لَفِيفِنَا وَضَفِيفِنَا: see art. ضف.

لِفَافَةٌ A wrapper for the leg or foot &c. (S, K.) b2: And A pericarp; a glume, and the like; an envelope: pl. لَفَائِفُ.

لَفِيفَةٌ A lock (خُصْلَةٌ) of hair. (S, voce خُصْلَةٌ.) نَاقَةٌ مُلَفَّفَةُ السَّنَامِ [A she-camel having the hump much enveloped with fur: see اِلْتَفَّ وجْهُ الغُلَامِ]. (Ibn-'Abbád, O, K, voce عُلْفُوفٌ q. v.) مُلْتَفُّ الخَلْقِ A man having a well-knit frame; compact in make. (L, art. مسد.)
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