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

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3991. متى8 3992. مث5 3993. مثل22 3994. مج5 3995. مجح7 3996. مجد153997. مجر15 3998. مجس15 3999. مجل10 4000. مجم1 4001. مجن14 4002. مجنق5 4003. مح4 4004. محت8 4005. محث4 4006. محر5 4007. محص16 4008. محض13 4009. محق18 4010. محل15 4011. محن18 4012. محو12 4013. مخ3 4014. مخج5 4015. مخر12 4016. مخض14 4017. مخط13 4018. مد4 4019. مدح14 4020. مدر16 4021. مدن14 4022. مده6 4023. مدى7 4024. مذ3 4025. مذح8 4026. مذر14 4027. مذق13 4028. مذقر7 4029. مذى6 4030. مر5 4031. مرأ13 4032. مرت12 4033. مرث11 4034. مرج17 4035. مرح16 4036. مرخ13 4037. مرد16 4038. مردقش4 4039. مرز9 4040. مرزجش5 4041. مرس16 4042. مرض22 4043. مرط16 4044. مرطرط1 4045. مرع13 4046. مرغ15 4047. مرن17 4048. مرى5 4049. مز4 4050. مزج16 4051. مزح14 4052. مزد7 4053. مزر14 4054. مزق15 4055. مزن15 4056. مزو3 4057. مس4 4058. مسأ9 4059. مستوتى1 4060. مسح21 4061. مسخ15 4062. مسد14 4063. مسك18 4064. مسل8 4065. مسى5 4066. مش5 4067. مشت3 4068. مشج14 4069. مشط14 4070. مشل6 4071. مشن7 4072. مشى4 4073. مص4 4074. مصت5 4075. مصح10 4076. مصخ7 4077. مصد8 4078. مصر18 4079. مصع13 4080. مصل11 4081. مض4 4082. مضح7 4083. مضر11 4084. مضرح2 4085. مضغ17 4086. مضف1 4087. مضى8 4088. مط4 4089. مطأ4 4090. مطث1 Prev. 100




1 مَجَدَ, aor. مَجُدَ, inf. n. مَجْدٌ; (L, K;) and مَجُدَ, aor. مَجُدَ, inf. n. مَجَادَةٌ; (S, L, K;) He (a man, S) was, or became, possessed of, or characterized by, مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.; he was, or became, glorious, in a state of honour or dignity, noble, &c.: see مَجْدٌ below]. (S, L, K.) b2: See 3. b3: مَجَدَتِ الإِبِلُ, (AZ, IAar, S, L, K,) aor. مَجُدَ, (AZ, L,) inf. n. مَجْدٌ (AZ, L, K) and مُجُودٌ; (AZ, S, L, K;) and ↓ امجدت; (L, K;) The camels fed in a land abounding with pasturage, and satiated themselves therewith: (AZ, L:) or, lighted upon abundant pasturage: (IAar, L, K:) or, obtained of fresh herbage, (خَلًى, S, K,) or of herbage, (L,) nearly as much as satiated them, (S, L, K,) and their bodies made this known. (L.) See 4. b4: مَجَدَتِ الغَنَمُ, inf. n. مُجُودٌ, The sheep, or goats, ate of leguminous plants so as to blunt the sharpness of their hunger. (A.) b5: [Hence, app., accord. to the A, the signification of مَجَدَ and مَجُدَ given in the commencement of this art.]2 مجّدهُ, inf. n. تَمْجِيدٌ, He attributed, or ascribed to him, مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, or nobility, &c.; he glorified him; honoured him; &c.]; (S, L;) he magnified him, and praised him; as also ↓ امجدهُ. (L, K.) b2: مجّدهُ and ↓ امجدهُ He (God) honoured his (a man's) deeds, or actions: or may He honour his deeds, or actions! (A.) b3: مجّدهُ and ↓ امجدهُ He made it (a gift) large, or abundant. (L, K.) b4: See 4.3 ماجدهُ, inf. n. مِجَادٌ, He vied, or competed, with him (عَارَضَهُ) in مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.]. (L, K.) You say, ↓ مَاجَدْتُهُ فَمَجَدْتُهُ, (aor. of the latter مَجُدَ, S, L,) I vied, &c., with him in glory, &c., and overcame him therein. (S, L, K.) 4 أَمْجَدَ see 1 and 2. b2: نَزَلُوا بِهِمْ فَأَمْجَدُوهُمْ [They alighted at their abode as guests, and they entertained them honourably]. (A.) b3: امجد وَلَدَهُ, and لِوَلَدِهِ, He chose [noble or generous] mothers [whereon to beget his children; and thus caused his children to be noble or generous]. (A, TA.) b4: أَمْجَدَنَا فُلَانٌ قِرًى Such a one gave us a sufficient and superabundant entertainment. (L.) b5: امجدهُ سَبًّا وَذَمًّا He reviled and dispraised him much. (IKtt.) b6: امجد الإِبِلَ; (AZ, IAar, L, K;) and ↓ مجّدها, (S, L, K,) inf. n. تَمْجِيدٌ; (S, L;) and ↓ مَجَدَهَا; (K;) He filled the camels bellies with fodder, (AZ, L, K,) and satiated them: (AZ, L:) or he fed the camels upon abundant pasturage: (IAar, L:) or he satiated the camels: (K:) or he fed them upon herbage so as nearly to satiate them, in the beginning of the [season called] رَبِيع: (L:) or he half-filled their bellies with fodder: (K:) the people of El-'Áliyeh say, النَّاقَةَ ↓ مَجَدَ, (L,) or الدَّابَّةَ, aor. مَجُدَ, inf. n. مَجْدٌ, (S,) he filled the belly of the she-camel, (L,) or of the beast of carriage, (S,) with fodder: (S, L:) and the people of Nejd, ↓ مجّدها, inf. n. تَمْجِيدٌ, he half-filled her belly with fodder: (AO, A'Obeyd, S, L:) and امجد الدَّابَّةٌ He gave the beast of carriage much fodder. (As, L.) 5 تمجّد He had مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.,] attributed, or ascribed, to him. (L.) 6 تماجد He mentioned his [i. e. his own]

مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c., made a show of glory, &c.]; (K;) or the goodness of his actions, and the glory, &c., of his ancestors. (TA.) b2: تماجد القَوْمُ فِيمَا بَيْنَهُمْ The people vied among themselves, or competed, for, or in, مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.], each mentioning his own مجد. (S, * L, K. *) 10 استمجد [He desired, or sought, مَجْد, or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.;] he gave largely from a desire of مَجْد. (S, L.) b2: It is said in a proverb, فِى كُلِّ شَجَرٍ نَارْ وَاسْتَمْجَدَ الْمَرْخُ وَالْعَفَارْ (tropical:) In all trees is fire; but the markh and 'afár yield much fire: (S, L, K: *) as though they had taken as much fire as sufficed them, (S, L,) and were therefore fit substances for striking fire: (L:) or because they yield fire quickly; wherefore they are likened to him who gives largely from a desire of مَجْد. (S, L.) See مَرْخٌ, and عَفَارٌ.

مَجْدٌ Glory; honour; dignity; nobility; syn. عِزٌّ (Msb) and شَرَفٌ [q. v.] (L, Msb) and كَرَمٌ: (S, L, K:) or ample glory, honour, dignity, or nobility: (L:) or the acquisition of glory, honour, dignity, or nobility; syn. نَيْلُ شَرَفٍ: (M, L, K:) or the acquisition of what suffices thereof and of lordship: (L:) [and hence, acquired glory, honour, dignity, or nobility:] or only glory, honour, dignity, or nobility, transmitted by one's ancestors: (M, L, K:) ISk says, that مَجْد and شَرَف are [transmitted] by one's ancestors; but حَسَب [q. v.] and كَرَم may belong to a man without ancestors who possessed these qualities: (S, L:) or, specially, nobleness, or generosity, of ancestors: (M, L, K:) or personal glory, or nobility with goodness of actions: and nobleness, or generosity, of actions: (L:) or generosity; liberality; syn. كَرَمٌ (S, L, K) and سَخَآءٌ: (L:) or manly virtue or moral goodness; syn. مُرُوْءَةٌ. (L.) [Accord. to the A, مَجْدٌ thus used, and consequently each of the words in this art. derived from it, is tropical: but if so, it is a حَقِيقَة عُرْفِيَّة, or word so much used in a particular tropical sense as to be, in this sense, conventionally regarded as proper.]

مَجِيدٌ (from مَجُدَ, L) and ↓ مَاجِدٌ (from مَجَدَ, L) A man (S) possessing, or characterized by, مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.; glorious, in a state of honour or dignity, noble, &c.]: (S, L, K:) glorious, in a state of honour or dignity, noble, abounding in good, and beneficent; but the former has a more intensive sense: or the latter, characterized by gloriousness or nobleness of actions: (K:) or, by personal glory or nobility with goodness of actions; and the former has a more intensive sense: or both, generous and munificent: (L:) and the latter, good in disposition, and liberal, bountiful, munificent, or generous: (ISh, L, K:) pl., either of the former or of the latter, أَمْجَادٌ. (L.) b2: المَجِيدُ as an epithet of God signifies The Glorious, or Great, or Great in dignity, who gives liberally, or bountifully: or the Bountiful and beneficent: (L, TA:) and ↓ المَاجِدُ is applied in the same manner: (L:) or the former, He who is glorified for his deeds. (T, L.) b3: مَجِيدٌ is also applied in the Kur as an epithet to the throne (عَرْش) of God; and to the Kur-án; (L.) and signifies exalted; sublime; (IAar. L, K;) noble; (Zj, L, K;) when thus applied: (IAar, Zj, L, K:) but in ch. lxxxv., v. 15, for ذُو العَرْشِ المَجِيدِ, some read ذو العَرْشِ المَجِيدُ, making المجيد an epithet of ذو; and in the same ch., v. 21, for هُوَ قُرَآنٌ مَجِيدٌ, some read هو قُرْآنٌ مَجِيدٍ, making مجيد an epithet of God. (L.) المَجِيدُ alone also occurs in a trad. as meaning the Kur-án. (L.) مَاجِدٌ: see مَجِيدٌ. b2: Also, applied to a camel: see مَجَدَتِ الإِبِلُ: pl. مُجَّدٌ and مُجُدٌ and مَوَاجِدُ. (L.) b3: مَاجِدٌ Much; abundant; syn. كَثِيرٌ. (K, TA.) [In the CK, كَثِيرٌ المَجْدِ.] b4: لَيْسَتْ بِمَاجِدَةٍ لِلطَّعَامِ وَلَا لِلشَّرَابِ She does not eat or drink much. Said by Aboo-Habbeh, describing a woman. (L.) أَمْجَدُ [More, or most, glorious, honourable, noble, &c.]: pl. أَمَاجِدُ. (A.) هُوَ أَهْلُ التَّمَاجِيدِ He is a fit, or deserving, object of praises for مَجْد [or glory, honour, dignity, nobility, &c.]. (A, TA.)
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