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1 مَخْطٌ, [an inf. n., of which the verb is app. مَخَطَ,] the act of flowing; and of going, coming, or passing, out, or forth: this is the primary signification; and hence مُخَاطٌ, q. v. (TA) b2: [Hence also,] مَخَطَ السَّهْمُ, (S, K,) aor. مَخَطَ and مَخُطَ, inf. n. مُخُوطٌ, (K,) (tropical:) The arrow transpierced, (S, K,) and went forth on the other side. (S.) b3: [And] مَخَطَ بِهِ الجَمَلُ (assumed tropical:) The camel went quickly with him. (Sgh, K.) b4: [And] مَخَطَ فِى الأَرْضِ, inf. n. مَخْطٌ, (assumed tropical:) He went away quickly in the land. (TA.) A2: مَخَطَ الصَّبِىَّ, inf. n. مَخْطٌ, He wiped the nose of the child; and in like manner you say of a lamb or kid: (L:) and ↓ مخّطهُ, (Msb,) inf. n. تَمْخِيطٌ, (Z, K,) he removed the mucus from out of his nose: (Msb:) and he (the pastor) wiped off from its (a lamb's or kid's) nose what was upon it [at the time of the birth]. (Z, K.) And مَخَطَ المُخَاطَ He cast the mucus (S, K) مِنْ أَنْفِهِ from his nose. (S.) b2: [And hence,] مَخَطَ السَّيْفَ (tropical:) He drew the sword (K, TA) from its scabbard; (TA;) as also ↓ امتخطهُ: (S, K:) and sometimes they said, (S,) مَا فِى يَدِهِ ↓ امتخط (tropical:) he pulled out what was in his hand; (S, K;) he seized, took away quickly by force, or snatched away, what was in his hand: (S, L, K:) and رُمْحَهُ مِنْ مَرْكَزِهِ ↓ امتخط (tropical:) he pulled out his spear from its place in which it was stuck. (TA.) b3: [And] مَخَطَهُ, (S, K, *) aor. مَخَطَ, inf. n. مَخْطٌ, (S,) (assumed tropical:) He drew it; pulled it. (S, K. *) You say, مَخَطَ فِى القَوْسِ (assumed tropical:) [He drew the bow; or drew, or pulled, its string with the arrow]. (S.) 2 مَخَّطَ see 1.4 امخط السَّهْمَ, (S, K,) inf. n. إِمْخَاطٌ, (TA,) (tropical:) He made the arrow to transpierce, (S, A, K,) and to go forth on the other side. (A.) 5 تَمَخَّطَ see 8.8 امتخط He blew his nose; ejected the mucus from his nose; (S, Msb, K;) as also ↓ تمخّط: (S, K:) or the latter signifies he had the mucus removed from out of his nose. (Msb.) b2: See also 1, in three places.

مُخَاطٌ Mucus; snivel; what flows from the nose, (S, K, TA,) like لُعَاب from the mouth: (TA:) pl. أَمْخِطَةٌ only. (TA.) b2: مُخَاطُ الشَّيْطَانِ, (K,) also called مُخَاطُ الشَّمْس, and لُعَابُ الشَّمْس, and رِيقُ الشَّمْسِ, all these appellations having been heard from the Arabs, (TA,) (tropical:) [The fine filmy cobwebs called gossamer, which are occasionally seen in very hot and calm weather, when the sun is high, floating in the air, in stringy or flaky forms;] what appears in the sun's rays to him who looks into the air in the time of vehement midday-heat: (K, TA:) مخاط الشيطان is explained by Z and IB as meaning what comes forth from the mouth of the spider. (TA in art. خيط.) مُخَاطَةٌ (AO, K) and ↓ مُخَّيْطٌ, (K,) called by the latter name by some of the people of ElYemen, (Sgh, TA,) and by the people of Egypt [in the present day], (TA,) [and ↓ مُخَّيْطَا, (Golius, on the authority of Ibn-El-Beytár, but if it end with a short ا, i.e. without ء, it should be written مُخَّيْطَى,)] [The cordia myxa, or smooth-leaved cordia; also called sebestena, and sebesten, and Assyrian plum;] a kind of tree, (K, TA,) producing a viscous fruit, [whence its name, like the Greek μύξα, which signifies both mucus and this kind of plum,] which is eaten; (TA;) called in Persian سِبِسْتَان [or سَپِسْتَان]; (K, TA;) i. q. أَطْبَآءُ الكَلْبَة [bitch's dugs], [its fruit] being likened thereto. (TA.) (See De Sacy's “ Abd-allatif,” pp. 68 — 72.]

مُخَّيْطٌ and مُخَّيْطَا: see what next precedes.

سَهْمٌ مَاخِطٌ (tropical:) An arrow transpiercing, and going forth on the other side. (TA.) أَمْخَطُ مِنْ سَهْمٍ (tropical:) [More transpiercing than an arrow]: a proverb. (JK.)
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