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1 لَمَّ اللّٰهُ شَعَثَهُ God rectified, or repaired, and consolidated, what was disorganized, disordered, or unsettled, of his affairs. (S.) 2 لَمَّمَ He made a لِمَّة of his hair. (Z, TA in art. جم.) 4 أَلَمَّ بِالقَوْمِ He came to the people, and alighted at their abode as a guest. (Msb.) See أَطَافَ. b2: And hence, أَلَمَّ بِالمَعْنَى (assumed tropical:) He knew the meaning. (Msb.) b3: And أَلَمَّ بَالذَّنْبِ (assumed tropical:) He committed the sin, or offence. (Msb.) b4: And أَلَمَّ He, or it, visited covertly; (Ham, p. 23;) or in a light, slight, or hasty manner. (Idem, pp. 385 and 815.) It became near. (Msb.) b5: It happened. (Ham, p. 385.) b6: أَلَمَّ بِهِ He came to him. (Ham, p. 127.) b7: I. q. زَارَهُ غِبًّا; as also أَلَمَّ عَلَيْهِ. (TA.) 8 اِلْتَمَّ It was collected, accumulated. b2: التمّوا They collected themselves; congregated.

لَمْ with an aor. following it is often to be rendered in English by the preterperfect: ex., لَمْ أَرَهُ مُذُ يَوْمَانِ I have not seen him for two days. b2: لَمْ يَضْرِبْ He did not beat. (S, &c.) See also لَمَّا. b3: أَلَمْ: see the latter half of art. أَلَا; and the former part of art. أَمَا. b4: لَمَّا as a particle of exception [is equivalent to our But; meaning both except and, after an oath or the like, only, or nothing more than; and] is put before a nominal proposition; as, إِنْ كُلُّ نَفْسٍ

لَمَّا عَلَيْهَا حَافِظٌ [There is not any soul but over it is a guardian, (Kur lxxxvi. 4,)] accord. to those who pronounce the م with teshdeed: and before a verb which is literally, but not in meaning, a preterite; as in أَنْشُدُكَ اللّٰهَ لَمَّا فعَلْتَ [I conjure, or beg, or beseech, thee by God but that thou do such a thing], i. e. مَا أَسْأَلُكَ إَلَّا فِعْلَكَ [I do not ask of thee anything save thy doing such a thing]. (Mughnee.) See its syn. إِلَّا. In the Kur xxxviii. 13, accord. to one reading, it occurs before a verb which is a preterite literally and in meaning. b5: لَمَّا, accord. to Ibn-Málik, is syn. with إِذْ: [and sometimes, like إِذْ, it means Since, or because:] one may say, لَمَّا

أَكْرَمْتَنِى أَمْسِ أَكْرَمْتُكَ اليَوْمَ: but this is said to mean لَهَّا ثَبَتَ اليَوْمَ إِكْرَامُكَ لِى أَمْسِ أَكْرَمْتُكَ. (Mughnee.) See also an ex. voce رَزَقَ. b6: لَمَّا يَضْرِبْ He has not yet beaten. (S, &c.) See also لَمْ.

لَمَمٌ A slight insanity or diabolical possession; (Mgh, Msb:) a slight taint or infection of insanity. See طَيْفٌ.

لَمَّةٌ A touch, or somewhat [of a taint or an infection of insanity], from the jinn. (S, K.) See لَمَمٌ.

لِمَّةٌ Hair that descends below the lobe of the ear. (S, K.) But see وَفْرَةٌ: and see a tropical use of it in a verse of Kumeyt cited in art. حف, p. 597 c.

مِلَمٌّ: see مِثَمٌّ.

مُلِمَّةٌ A misfortune that befalls in the present world. (S.) See an ex. in a verse cited voce حَجَا.

مُلَمَّمٌ A boy having a لِمَّة. (IDrd, TA, voce مُجَمَّمٌ.)
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