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1 لَابَ, aor. يَلُوبُ, inf. n. لَوْبٌ and لُوبٌ and لُؤُوبٌ and لُوَابٌ (S, K) and لُؤَابٌ (K) and لَوَبَانٌ (K, accord. to the TA) or لُوبَانٌ (S, CK) He thirsted; was thirsty; (S, K;) or he, thirsting, went round about the water, not reaching it: (K:) or he went round about the water, by reason of thirst. (ISk.) b2: لَوْبٌ signifies The camels' going round about the tank, or cistern, and not being able to get at the water, on account of the crowding, or pressing. (As, K.) 2 لوّبهُ He mixed it with the perfume called مَلَاب: or he smeared it therewith. (K.) 4 الاب His camels were thirsty: (K:) his camels went round about the water, by reason of thirst. (TA.) لُوبٌ and ↓ لَوَائِبُ Camels, or palm-trees, thirsty; far from water. (K.) You say, تَرَكْتُهَا عَلَى الحَوْضِ ↓ لَوَائِبَ I left them (the camels) going round about the tank, or cistern, unable to get at the water, on account of the crowding, or pressing. (As, S.) [لوائب is pl. of لَائِبَةٌ.]

b2: لُوبٌ A piece of meat that turns round in the cooking-pot. (K.) A2: لُوبٌ Bees: (K:) accord. to some, originally نُوبٌ. (MF.) In some copies of the K, نخل is erroneously put for نحل. (TA.) لَابَةٌ (tropical:) A number of black camels collected together: (K:) likened to the tract so called, covered with black stones. (TA.) [See مَفْتُونَةٌ.]

b2: See لُوبَةٌ.

لُوبَةٌ and ↓ لَابَةٌ A stony tract, of which the stones are black and worn: syn. حَرَّةٌ: (S, K:) لُوبَةٌ and نُوبَةٌ signify a tract of land covered, or strewed, with black stones; and hence a negro is called لُوبِىٌّ and نُوبِىٌّ, [and negroes collectively are called لُوبَةٌ and نُوبَةٌ: the former, however, are evidently the Lybians, the latter, the Nubians:] (A 'Obeyd, S or, as in the TA, A 'Obeydeh:) or a لوبة is a very black, rugged, lengthened tract of ground, only at, or by, [so فِى

seems here to signify] the projecting part of a mountain, or the lower and thinner, or finer, part of a sand-hill, or the foot (عرض) of a mountain: (Az:) or it may be a difficult ascent, or acclivity, up a mountain, rising to the greatest height: (ISh:) pl. of لوبة and لُوبٌ لابة and لَابٌ (S, K) and لَابَاتٌ: (S:) or لُوبٌ is pl. of لابة: [not, as implied above, of لوبة:] (Sb:) for a number from three to ten, the pl. used is لابات; and more than then are termed لاب and لوب: (TA:) [or these last two words are coll. gen. ns., of which لابة and لوبة are the ns. un.] b2: مَا بَيْنَ لَابَتَيْهَا مِثْلُ فُلَانٍ [Between its two tracts of black stones, there is not the like of such a one: i. e., within its (the city's) limits, there is not, &c.]: only said with reference to El-Medeeneh and El-Koofeh: (RA:) or said originally with reference to El-Medeeneh, and fig. with reference to any other city. (A.) b3: بَعِيدُ مَا بَيْنَ اللَّابَتَيْنِ, said by 'Áïsheh, describing her father, (tropical:) Freehearted; of ample endowments, app. as to wealth, or possessions, and as to mind, or disposition: syn. وَاسِعُ الصَّدْرِ وَاسِعُ العَطَنِ. (TA.) b4: لُوبَةٌ A people that is with another people, but of which advice or counsel is not asked [by the latter] with respect to anything, (K,) whether good or evil. (TA.) أَسْوَدُ لُوبِىٌّ (and نُوبِىٌّ, TA,) [Very black]: derived from لُوبَةٌ, as signifying “ a tract covered, or strewed, with black stones ”: (K:) or from اللُّوبُ as a syn. of النُّوبُ, meaning [“ the Nubians,” but see above] “ a certain race, or nation, of the negroes. ” (RA.) b2: لُوبىٌّ: see لُوبَةٌ.

لُوَابٌ i. q. لُعَابٌ; Slaver, or drivel: (K:) a chaste word, not formed by mispronunciation. (TA.) لُوبِيَآءُ (K) and لُوبِيَا and لُوبِيَاجٌ (TA) and لُوبَآءُ (K) [The dolichos lubia of Forskål; a species of kidney-bean]. Accord. to El-Khafájee and ElJawáleekee, not an Arabic word. (TA.) [In Persian, لُوبِيَا and لُوبِيَهْ and لُوبَا: in Greek, λόβος.]

لَائِبٌ Thirsting: [but see the verb:] pl. لُؤُوبٌ: like as شُهُودٌ is pl. of شَاهِدٌ. (S.) b2: لَائِبَةٌ: see لُوبٌ.

مَلَابٌ a Persian word, (TA,) A kind of perfume, (S, K,) like خَلُوق (S): or saffron. (IAar, K.) b2: مَلَابَةٌ A fascicle, or small bundle, of filaments of saffron; a shive of saffron. (IAar).

مُلِيبٌ A man whose camels are thirsty; or whose camels are going round about the water, by reason of thirst. (TA.) مُلَوَّبٌ A thing mixed with the perfume called مَلَاب: (TA:) a thing smeared therewith. (S.) b2: مُلَوَّبْ Twisted iron. (K.) Applied as an epithet to a coat of mail. (TA.)
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