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

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3983. مأن13 3984. مأه1 3985. مأى6 3986. مت4 3987. متأ6 3988. متح143989. متع19 3990. متن19 3991. متى8 3992. مث5 3993. مثل23 3994. مج5 3995. مجح8 3996. مجد16 3997. مجر16 3998. مجس16 3999. مجل11 4000. مجم1 4001. مجن15 4002. مجنق5 4003. مح4 4004. محت8 4005. محث4 4006. محر5 4007. محص17 4008. محض14 4009. محق19 4010. محل16 4011. محن19 4012. محو13 4013. مخ3 4014. مخج6 4015. مخر13 4016. مخض15 4017. مخط14 4018. مد4 4019. مدح15 4020. مدر17 4021. مدن15 4022. مده6 4023. مدى7 4024. مذ3 4025. مذح9 4026. مذر15 4027. مذق14 4028. مذقر8 4029. مذى6 4030. مر5 4031. مرأ13 4032. مرت13 4033. مرث12 4034. مرج18 4035. مرح17 4036. مرخ14 4037. مرد17 4038. مردقش4 4039. مرز10 4040. مرزجش5 4041. مرس18 4042. مرض23 4043. مرط17 4044. مرطرط1 4045. مرع14 4046. مرغ16 4047. مرن18 4048. مرى5 4049. مز4 4050. مزج17 4051. مزح15 4052. مزد7 4053. مزر15 4054. مزق16 4055. مزن16 4056. مزو3 4057. مس4 4058. مسأ9 4059. مستوتى1 4060. مسح22 4061. مسخ16 4062. مسد15 4063. مسك19 4064. مسل9 4065. مسى5 4066. مش5 4067. مشت3 4068. مشج15 4069. مشط15 4070. مشل6 4071. مشن8 4072. مشى4 4073. مص4 4074. مصت6 4075. مصح11 4076. مصخ8 4077. مصد9 4078. مصر19 4079. مصع14 4080. مصل12 4081. مض4 4082. مضح8 Prev. 100




1 مَتَحَ المَآءَ, aor. مَتَحَ, (inf. n. مَتْحٌ, S,) He drew water: (S, Msb, K:) or he drew up water by means of the pulley and its appertenances. (L.) b2: مَتَحَ الدَّلْوَ He drew out the bucket: (Msb:) or he pulled the rope of the bucket, drawing [the rope] with one hand, and taking [it to draw again] with the other hand, at the head of the well; as also مَتَحَ بِالدَّلْوِ. (L.) A2: مَتَحَ بِهَا Pepedit. (S, K.) b2: مَتَحَ بِسَلْحِهِ Alvum dejecit; (S, K;) as also مَتَخَ بِهِ. (TA.) A3: مَتَحَ النَّهَارُ (tropical:) The day advanced, the sun becoming high: (S, K:) a dial. form of مَتَعَ: (S:) became prolonged. (TA.) b2: مَتَحَ, and ↓ امتح, (tropical:) It (a day, and a night,) was long, or prolonged. Said of a summer-day and of a winter-night. (As.) 4 أَمْتَحَ see 1.5 الإِبِلُ تَتَمَتَّحُ فِى سَيْرِهَا (tropical:) The camels move their fore-legs alternately تُرَاوِحُ بِأَيْدِيهَا, A, and some copies of the K; in other copies of the K, تَتَرَوَّحُ;) in going along, (K,) like as the drawer of water moves alternately his two arms. (A.) 8 امتتح He pulled out a thing: (Aboo-Turáb and T, art. نتح, and K:) as also إِنْتَتَحَ. (Aboo-Turáb and T, ubi supra.) مَتْحٌ inf. n. of 1: see مَتُوحٌ.

بئْرٌ مَتُوحٌ (tropical:) A well from which one draws water with the two hands by means of the pulley: (S, L, K:) or, of which the bottom, or part from which the water is drawn, is near to the mouth: pl. مُتُحٌ. (L.) [See also جَرُورٌ.] b2: [You say,] سِرْنَا عُقْبَةً مَتُوحًا [in the CK عَقبَةَ] (tropical:) We proceeded a long march. (S, L, K, *) b3: ↓ بَيْنَنَا فَرْسَحٌ مَتْحًا, and ↓ مَاتِحٌ, and ↓ مَتَّاحٌ, (tropical:) Between us is a long league. (L.) b4: لَيْلٌ مَتَّاحٌ (tropical:) A long night. (S, K.) b5: إِلَى اللَّيْلِ ↓ يَوْمٌ مَتَّاحٌ (tropical:) A day in which travelling is prolonged until the evening without intermission or alighting. (L.) See مَاتِحٌ.

مَتَّاحٌ: see مَتُوحٌ. b2: فَرَسٌ مَتَّاحٌ (tropical:) A long horse, (A, TA,) that stretches himself out much or takes long steps, مَدَّادٌ, (A, K,) in going along. (TA.) مَاتِحٌ and ↓ مَتُوحٌ A drawer of water; (S;) applied to a man who draws the water from the mouth of the well: one who draws it from the bottom being called مَائِحٌ: pl. of مَاتِحٌ, مُتَّاحٌ. (L.) b2: مَاتِحٌ A camel that draws water: pl. مَوَاتِحُ. (L.) [See an ex. in a verse cited voce ذَمَّةٌ.] b3: See متُوحٌ.

متر, &c See Supplement مث1 مَثَّ, [aor. مَثِّ,] It (a bone) distilled, or let flow, the only matter that was in it: (TA:) [like نَثَّ]. b2: مَثَّ, (S, K, aor. مَثَّ, inf. n. مَثٌّ, TA,) and ↓ مَثْمَثَ, (K,) or, as in some copies of the K, ↓ ثَمَثْمَثَ, (TA,) It (a نِحْى, or butterskin,) exuded [its butter: as also نَثَّ]. (S, K.) You do not say of it نَضَحَ. (S.) b3: يَمِثُّ مَثَّ الحَمِيتِ He sweats like the butter-skin. (TA, from a trad.) b4: مَثَّ, aor. مَثِّ, He (a man) sweated by reason of fatness. (TA.) b5: جَاءَ يَمِثُّ He came in a fat state, and looking as though he were anointed. (TA.) b6: مَثَّ قَيْحًا وَدَمًا, aor. مَثُّ; or aor. مَثِّ; accord. to different readings of a phrase in the story of Abrahah; [It exuded matter and blood]: in the former case, the verb is trans.; in the latter, intrans.; and قيحا, in the latter case, is regarded as a specificative. (Suh.) b7: مَثَّ شَارِبَهُ, (aor.

مَثُ3َ, inf. n. مَثٌّ, ISd,) He put some grease upon his mustaches: (S, K:) or he greased his mustaches so that they glistened: (ISd:) or he wiped his mustaches with his hands, they having been greased, and left some remains, or traces, of grease visible upon them: (AZ:) IDrd thinks مَثَّ and نَثَّ to be syn. (TA.) b8: مَثَّ الجُرْحَ, [aor. مَثُّ,] He removed the purulent matter from the wound: (Aboo-Turáb, K:) or he anointed the wound; as also نَثَّ. (Aboo-Turáb.) b9: مَثَّ, aor. مَثُّ, (inf. n. مَثٌّ, TA,) He wiped his hand (or fingers, TA,) with a napkin, or with dry grass, (S,) or the like: (TA:) a dial. form of مَشَّ: (S:) or he wiped anything: (TA:) [as also نِثَّ.] R. Q. 1 مَثْمَثَ He saturated a wick with oil. (K.) b2: مَثْمَثَ, He immersed [a thing] in water. (K.) A2: مَثْمَثَ, (inf. n. مَثْمَثَةٌ, S, and مِثْمَاثٌ, S, K,) He mixed, or confounded. (S, K.) Yousay مثمث أَمْرَهُمْ He confounded their affair. (S.) b2: مَثْمَثَهُ He moved it, or shook it, about; (S, K;) like مَزْمَزَهُ: (As, S:) you say أَخَذَهُ فَمَثْمَثَهُ He took it, and moved it, or shook it, about, and went forwards and backwards with it. (S.) b3: A poet says, ثُمَّ اسْتَحَثَّ ذَرْعَهُ اسْتِحْثَاثَا نَكَفْتُ حَيْثُ مَثْمَثَ المِيْمَاثَا

i. e., I came upon his track: and [the case is, that] the viper makes its course confused: therefore the poet means, that he came upon (أَصَابَ) a confused track. (S, app. from As.) [It seems to me, that he is speaking of the track of a viper.] مِثْمَاثٌ, with kesreh, is the inf. n.; and مَثْمَاثٌ, with fet-hah, is the subst. (S, K.) [By the subst., is here meant the ideal subst., or abstract noun, (like زَلْزَالٌ and قَلْقَال, as dis-tinguished from زِلْزَالٌ and قِلْقَالٌ,) signifying Mixture, or confusion.]

A3: مَثْمَثُوا بِنَا, (K,) or مثمثوا بنا سَاعَةً, and ↓ تَمَثْمَثُوا, (TA,) i. q. لَثْلِثُوا. (K.) R. Q. 2 see 1 and R. Q. 1.

نَبْتٌ مَثَّاثٌ A moist plant. (TA.) مَثْمَاثٌ: see R. Q. 1.
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