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

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4013. مخ3 4014. مخج6 4015. مخر13 4016. مخض15 4017. مخط14 4018. مد44019. 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 4083. مضر12 4084. مضرح3 4085. مضغ18 4086. مضف1 4087. مضى8 4088. مط4 4089. مطأ4 4090. مطث1 4091. مطر16 4092. مطق9 4093. مطل16 4094. مطى3 4095. مظ3 4096. مع6 4097. معت5 4098. معج11 4099. معد15 4100. معر13 4101. معز16 4102. معس10 4103. معص10 4104. معط15 4105. معق8 4106. معك15 4107. معل9 4108. معن18 4109. معى5 4110. مغث13 4111. مغج5 4112. مغد9 Prev. 100



1 مَدَّهُ, (S, L, K,) aor. مَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. مَدٌّ; and مَدَّ بِهِ; and ↓ مدّدهُ; [or this has an intensive or a frequentative signification;] and ↓ تمدّدهُ; (L, K;) and ↓ مادّهُ, or ماددهُ, (as in different copies of the K, TA,) inf. n. مُمَادَّةٌ and مِدَادٌ; (K;) He drew it (namely a rope, &c., A); pulled it: strained it: extended it by drawing or pulling; stretched it. (L, K, El-Basáïr.) Yousay also مَدَّ القَوْسَ [He drew the bow]; (S, Msb, K, in art. نزع;) and مَدَّ مِنَ البِئْرِ [He drew water from the well]. (S, K, art. متح.)

[Hence, app., مَدَّ بِأَرْفَادِى: see رِفْدٌ.]

b2: قَائِلُ

كَلِمَةِ الزُّورِ وَالَّذِى يَمُدُّ بِحَبْلِهَا فِى الإِثْمِ سَوَآءٌ [The utterer of falsehood and he who transmits it are in respect of the sin alike]: a trad. of 'Alee; in which the utterer of the falsehood is likened to him who fills the bucket in the lower part of the well, and the relater thereof to him who draws the rope at the top. (L.)

b3: مَدَّ He extended, or stretched forth, his hand or arm, foot or leg, &c. (The Lexicons passim.)

b4: بَيْنَنَا ↓ تَمَدَّدْنَاهُ

We drew, pulled, strained, or stretched, it between us, or together. (L.) [But in a copy of the M, it is تَمَادَدْنَاهُ.]

b5: مَدَّ الحَرْفَ, aor. مَدُّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ, He lengthened the letter. (L.)

b6: مَدَّ صَوْتَهُ (tropical:) He prolonged, or strained, his voice [as the Arab does in chanting]: (L:) and فِى الصَّوْتِ ↓ تَمَدَّدَ

عِنْدَ الوَعِيدِ (assumed tropical:) [He strained the voice in threatening]. (K, art. نمر.)

b7: مَدَّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ, (tropical:) It (his sight) was, or became, stretched, and raised, إِلَى شَىْءٍ towards a thing. (K.)

b8: مَدَّ بَصَرَهُ

إِلَى شَىْءٍ, aor. مَدُّ, [inf. n. مَدٌّ,] (tropical:) He stretched, and raised, his sight towards a thing. (A, * L.)

b9: مَدَدْتُ عَيْنِى إِلَى كَذَا (tropical:) I looked at such a thing desirously. (IKtt, El-Basáïr.)

b10: مَدَّهَ, aor. مَدُّ, (Lh, L,) inf. n. مَدٌّ, (Lh, L, K,) He expanded it, or stretched it out: (L, K:) he extended it, elongated it, or lengthened it. (L.)

b11: مَدّ اللّٰهُ

الأَرْضَ God expanded, or stretched out, and made plain, or level, the earth. (Lh, L.)

b12: مَدَّ اللّٰهُ

الظِّلَّ (tropical:) God extended, or stretched forth, the shade. (A.) See 8.

b13: مَدَّ اللّٰهُ فِى عُمْرِهِ (tropical:) God

made his life long; (S, A, * L;) as also ↓ امدَّ. (IKtt.)

b14: مَدَّ اللّٰهُ فِى عُمْرِكَ (tropical:) May God make thy life long! (L.)

b15: مُدَّ فِى عُمْرِهِ (tropical:) He had his life lengthened. (L.)

b16: الأَجَلَ ↓ أَمَدَّ, inf. n. إِمْدَادٌ, (tropical:) He deferred, or postponed, the term, or period of duration. (K.)

b17: لَهُ فِى الأَجَلِ ↓ امدّ (tropical:) He deferred, or postponed, to him the term, or his term. (TA.)

b18: مَدَّهُ, aor. مَدُّ, (L,) inf. n. مَدٌّ; and ↓ امدّهُ, inf. n. إِمْدَادٌ; (L, K;) but the latter is little used; (L;) (tropical:) He made him to continue; to go on long; left him, or let him alone, long, or for a while; granted him a delay, or respite. (L, K. *) Ex. مَدَّهُ فِى غَيِّهِ, (S, L,) and ↓ امدّهُ, (L,) (tropical:) He made him to continue, &c., in his error. (S, L.) And in like manner, مَدَّ اللّٰهُ لَهُ فِى العَذَابِ (tropical:) God made him to continue, or go on long, in a state of punishment. (L.) See also 3.

b19: مَدَّ فِى السَّيْرِ (tropical:) He made much advance in journeying. (L.)

b20: مَدَّهُ, inf. n. مَدَدٌ and مِدَادٌ, He made it much in quantity; increased it. (L, TA.)

b21: مَدَّ, (S, L, Msb,) aor. مَدُّ, [contr. to analogy,] (L,) inf. n. مَدٌّ; (S, L, K;) It (water, L, and a river, S, L, and a sea, or great river, L) flowed: (S, L, K:) it (water, L, and a sea, or great river, L, Msb) increased; as also ↓ امدّ; both of which verbs are also used transitively: (Msb:) or became much in quantity, copious, or abundant, in the days of the torrents; as also ↓ امتدّ: (L:) contr. of جَزَرَ [it ebbed]. (Lth, S, M, K in art. جزر.)

b22: وَادِى كَذَا يَمُدُّ فِى نَهْرِ كَذَا Such a valley flows into and increases such a river. (A, L.)

b23: مَدَّهُ, (Lh, S, L, Msb,) aor. مَدُّ, (Lh, L,) inf. n. مَدٌّ; (Lh, L, Msb;) and ↓ امدّهُ; (L, Msb;) It (a thing) entered into it, (i. e., a like thing,) and increased it, or made it copious or abundant: (Lh, L:) it (a river, S, L, or sea, or great river, L, Msb) flowed into it, (i. e., another river, or sea, or great river,) and increased it, replenished it, or made it copious or abundant: (S, * L, Msb: *) it (a well) fed it, i. e., another well: (L:) [see an ex. in a verse cited in art. غرو, conj. 3]: both these verbs are also used intransitively. (Msb.)

b24: [مَدّّتِ السُّوقُ (assumed tropical:) The market was full of people and of goods for sale.

See the part. n.]

b25: مَدَّ القَوْمَ, [aor. مَدُّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ,] He became an auxiliary to the people: (K:) and مَدَدْنَاهُمْ We became auxiliaries to them: somewhat differing from ↓ أَمَدْنَاهُمْ, which signifies We aided them, or succoured them, by others than ourselves: (AZ, S, L, K:) you say, بِمَدَدٍ ↓ أَمْدَدْتُهُ

I aided him, and strengthened him, [or increased his numbers and strength,] with an army: (S, * Msb:) and الأَمِيرُ جُنْدَهُ بِالخَيْلِ وَالرِّجَالِ ↓ أَمَدَّ

The commander aided, or succoured, his army with cavalry and infantry, or with horses and men: and بِمَالٍ كَثِيرٍ ↓ امدّهُمْ He aided them with, or, as some say, gave them, much wealth: (L:) and [it is said in the Kur, lii. 22,] وَأَمْدَدْنَاهُمْ بِفَاكِهَةٍ (S, L) And We will increase their provision time after time with fruit: (Beyd, Jel:) or with relation to evil, you say مَدَدْتُهُ; and with relation to good, ↓ أَمْدَدْتُهُ: (K:) so says Yoo: (L:) this is generally the case; and the following are examples: أَمْدَدْنَاهُمْ بِفَاكِهَةٍ

[explained above]: and نَمُدُّهُمْ مِنَ العَذَابِ (ElBasáïr) [Kur, xix. 82,] We will prolong and increase to them punishment: (Beyd;:) but Z relates, that Akh said the reverse, like وَعَدَ and أَوْعَدَ: the usage of the Arabs, however, does not accord with either of these assertions. (MF.)

b26: مَدَّ It (anything) became full, and rose. (Sh, L.)

b27: مَدَّ السِّرَاجَ, (aor.

مَدُ3َ, A, [inf. n. مَدٌّ,]) He put oil (or the like, K) into the lamp. (A, L, K.)

b28: مَدَّ الدَّوَاةَ, (aor.

مَدُ3َ, inf. n. مَدٌّ, Msb,) and ↓ امدّهَا, He put ink into the receptacle thereof; (S, * Msb;) he increased its water, and its ink. (L.)

b29: In like manner, مَدَّ القَلَمَ, and ↓ امدّهُ, He supplied the reed-pen with ink. (L.)

b30: مَدَّهُ مُدَّةً مِنَ الدَّوَاةِ, aor. مَدُّ; and مُدَّةً ↓ أَمَدَّهُ is also allowable; (L;) or simply مَدَّهُ (A) and أَمَدَّهُ; (S, A, K;) He gave him a dip of ink from the receptacle thereof with a reed-pen. (S, TA.)

b31: مَدَّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ, He dipped the reedpen in the receptacle of ink a single time for writing. (Msb.) See also 10.

b32: مَدَّ الأَرْضَ, (aor.

مَدُ3َ, A, inf. n. مَدٌّ, L,) He manured the land with dung: (A, K:) or he added to the land manure composed of dung and ashes, or of earth or dust and dung, or of strong earth; or simply earth; or sand; to render it more productive. (L.)

b34: مَدَّ الإِبِلَ, (AZ, S, A, L, K.) aor. مَدُّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ; (AZ, L;) and ↓ امدّها; (S, A, L;) He gave مَدِيد (or water upon which had been sprinkled, or with which had been mixed, some flour, or the like, &c.) to the camels to drink: (AZ, S, A, L, K:) or he put some barley coarsely ground, and then moistened, into the camel's

mouths: (AZ, L:) or مَدَّهُ بِمَدِيدٍ, aor. مَدُّ, inf. n. مَدٌّ, signifies, as some say, he fed him with fodder. (M.)

2 مَدَّّ see 1, first sentence.

3 مَادَدْتُهُ, inf. n. مُمَادَّةٌ and مِدَادٌ, I pulled him, he pulling me: (Lh, L:) I contended with him in drawing or pulling, in straining, or in stretching; syn. جَاذَبْتُهُ. (L.)

b2: مادّهُ الثَّوْبَ

[He pulled, strained, or stretched, the garment, or piece of cloth with him]. (A.)

b3: مَادَّهُ He prolonged to him a time. (L, from a trad.)

b4: مَادَّ فِى المُدَّةِ (tropical:) He prolonged, protracted, or lengthened, the space of time. (IAth, from a trad.)

b5: مادّهُ, (L,) inf. n. مُمَادَّةٌ (L, K) and مِدَادٌ, (L,) (tropical:) He protracted, delayed, or deferred, with him; put him off. (L, K. *) See also 1.

4 أَمْدَ3َ See 1 throughout.

b2: امدّ فِيهِ He (God)

made it (the means of subsistence) ample: made

it (wealth or the like) abundant: increased it, namely, a sea or river. (IKtt.)

b3: امدّهُ He made it (anything) to become full, and to rise. (Sh, L.) See also 1.

b4: امدّ, inf. n. إِمْدَادٌ, He aided, or succoured: and he gave. (K.) See مَدَّ القَوْمَ.

b5: امدّ فِى مِشْيَتِهِ He (a man) walked

with an elegant, and a proud, and self-conceited, gait, with an affected incline of his body from side to side. (TA.) See also 5.

b6: امدّ (inf. n. إِمْدَادٌ, L, &c.) It (a wound) produced مِدَة, or thick purulent matter. (S, L, Msb. K.)

b7: امدّ (inf. n. إِمْدَادٌ, K) It (the plant called عَرْفَج, S, L, K, and the صِلِّيَان, and the طَرِيفَة, TA)

became succulent, the sap running in it: (S, L, K:) and it, (the twig, or wood, of any of the three plants above mentioned,) being rained upon became soft, or supple. (L.)

5 تمدّد: see 8.

b2: It (leather, A) or a skin for water, &c., and anything that may be extended by drawing or pulling, (L,) stretched. (A, * L.)

b3: See also 1.

b4: تمدّد He (a man) stretched

himself: he walked with an elegant, and a proud, and self-conceited, gait, with an affected inclining of his body from side to side, and stretching out his arms: syn. تَمَطَّى. (S, L.) [Both these verbs are commonly used in the present day in the former sense.] See also 4.

6 تَمَادَّا الثَّوْبَ [They two pulled, strained, or stretched, the garment, or piece of cloth, together]. (A.)

8 امتدّ, (S, L, K,) and ↓ تمدّد, [or this has an intensive or frequentative signification,] (L, K.) It (a rope, &c., A) because drawn, or pulled: it became strained: it became extended by drawing or pulling; it extended itself; it stretched. (L, K, El-Basáïr.) See also 5.

b2: امتدّ It became expanded, or stretched out. (Msb.)

b3: It became elongated, or extended, or long. (Msb.)

b4: [It (a time) became protracted.]

b5: امتدّ بِهِمُ السَّيْرُ (tropical:) The journey became long to them. (A, * L.)

b6: امتدّ (tropical:) It (a man's life)

became long. (A.)

b7: (tropical:) It (the shade) became

extended, or stretched forth. (A)

b8: It (a disease) spread. (A.) See 1.

b9: امتدّ: (A, L;) and ↓ مَدَّ, (L, K,) inf. n. مَدٌّ; (S, L, K;) (tropical:) It (the day, S, A, L, K, and the period of morning called الضُّحَى, L,) became high; it became advanced, the sun being high: (S, L, K:) and the former, (tropical:) it (the day) shone forth. (L.)

b10: امتدّ; and ↓ مَدّ, inf. n. مَدّ; (TA;) said of the shade, (tropical:) It extended]. (A.)

b11: امتدّ إِلَى الإِجَابَةِ

إِلَيْهِ [app. (assumed tropical:) He strained himself to give his consent to it.] (K, voce إِنبَاعَ, q. v. in art. بوع.)

10 استمدّ مِنَ الدَّوَاةِ; (A, L, Msb, K:) and ↓ مَدَّ مِنْهَا, inf. n. مَدٌّ; (L, Msb, K;) He took ink from the receptacle thereof with the reed-pen, for writing: (Msb:) or he took a dip from the receptacle of ink with the reed-pen. (L.) See also 1.

b2: استمدّ النَّفَسَ [He drew breath.] (M, TA, art. نفس.)

b3: استمدّ He asked, sought, or desired مدَدَ [or aid, or succour, in war, &c.]. (S, L, K.)

b4: استمدّهُ He asked, sought, or desired, of him (a commander, A) مَدد [or aid, or succour, in war, &c.] (A, * L.)

R. Q. 1 مَدْمَدَ He fled. (T, L, K.)

مدٌّ inf. n. of 1, q. v.

b2: [As a subst.] قَدْرُ

مَدِّ البَصَرِ (tropical:) A piece of land (S, L) [occupying] the space of the extent of vision; i. q. مَدَاهُ. (S, L, K.) It is said in the K, art. مدى, that one should not say مدّ البصر, but only مَدَاهُ; this

was originally said by El-Hareeree: but some urge against it the expression in a trad., مَدُّ

صَوْتِ المُؤَذِّنِ: (MF:) the trad. is, إِنَّ المُؤَذِّنَ

يُغْفَرُ لَهُ مَدَّ صَوْتِهِ, or, according to another reading, مَدَى صوته; i. e., (tropical:) Verily the muëdhdhin shall be forgiven to the extent of the prolonging of his voice; meaning, largely. (L, TA.)

b3: أَتَيْتُهُ مَدَّ

النَّهَارِ, and مَدَّ الضُّحَى, (A,) and فِى مَدِّةِ, (L,) (tropical:) I came to him at the time when the day, and the morning, was hïgh; or was advanced, the sun being high. (A, L,) مَدَّ is here an inf. n. put adverbially. (L.)

b4: هٰذَا مَدُّ النَّهَارِ الأَكْبَرُ (tropical:) This is the highest time of day. (A.)

b5: كَلِمَاتِهِ ↓ سُبْحَانَ اللّٰهِ مِدَادَ, (A, L, K,) and ↓ مَدَدَهَا, (L,) and مِدَادَ السَّمَوَاتِ, (L, K,) and مَدَدَهَا, (L,) (tropical:) I extol, or celebrate, or declare, the absolute purity, or perfection, or glory, of God, much as his words are numerous, (L,) and, as the heavens are many, or large: (L, K: *)

↓ مداد and ↓ مدد are here inf. ns. of مَدَّهُ, q. v.: (L:) or the first of these phrases is from مداد the pl. of مُدٌّ, a certain measure. (K.)

b6: مَدٌّ, app. an inf. n. used as a subst., A flow of water; a torrent: pl. مُدُودٌ. (Msb.)

مُدٌّ A certain measure with which corn is measured; equal to a pint (رِطْل) and one third, (S, L, Msb, K,) of the standard of Baghdád, (Msb,) with the people of El-Hijáz, (S, L, Msb,) and accord. to Esh-Sháfi'ee; (L;) i. e., the quarter of a صَاع; the صاع being five pints and one third: (Msb:) such was the مدّ of the Prophet; (L, TA;) and the صاع above defined was that of the Prophet: (Msb, art. صوع:) or two pints, (S, L, Msb, K,) with the people of El-'Irák, (S, L, Msb,) and accord. to Aboo-Haneefeh, (L,) who held the صاع to be eight pints: (Msb, art. صوع:) or the quantity (of corn, L) that fills the two hands of a man (of moderate size, K) when he extends his arms and hands; (L, K;) and therefore called مُدّ: (K:) pl. [of pauc.] أَمْدَادٌ and [of mult.] مِدَادٌ (L, Msb, K) and مِدَدَةٌ (L. K) and مِدَدٌ. (L.)

b2: مِدَادٌ pl. of مُدٌّ, or inf. n. of مَدَّ, see مَدٌّ.

مَدَدٌ (S, K, &c.)

b2: أَمْرُهُمْ مَدَدٌ Their affair, or case, is conformable to the just mean; like

أَمَدٌ and زَمَمٌ. (TA in art. زم).

b3: Aid, or succour, given to one's people in war, &c., such as an auxiliary force, and corn; (T, L;) an accession to an army, &c.; (Mgh;) a military force forming an accession to warriors in the cause of God: (L:) pl. أَمْدَادٌ only: (Sb, L:) in like manner, ↓ مَادَّةٌ signifies anything wherewith one aids a people in war, &c. (L.)

b4: [A mystic aid imparted by a وَلِىّ.]

b5: See مَدٌّ.

مَدَّةٌ A single act of drawing or pulling; of straining; of stretching; &c. (S, L.)

b2: See مُدَّةُ.

مُدَّةٌ (tropical:) The utmost, or extreme, extent, term, limit, reach, or point, of time, and of place. (L, K.) Ex. لِهٰذِهِ الأُمَّةِ مُدَّةٌ (tropical:) To this nation, or people, is [appointed] an extreme term of endurance, or continuance. (L.)

b2: مُدَّةٌ (tropical:) A long space of time; or any space of time; syn. بُرْهَةٌ: (S, L, K:) a portion of time, whether little or much: (IAth, Msb:) pl. مِدَادٌ. (A.)

b3: مُدَّةٌ A dip of ink; the quantity of ink that is taken upon the reed-pen. (S, A, * K.) The vulgar say ↓ مَدَّةٌ and مِدَّةٌ. (TA.)

مِدَّةٌ Thick purulent matter, (A, Msb,) i. q. قَيْحٌ, (S, L, Msb, K,) that collects in a wound: (S, L:) the thin is called صَدِيدٌ. (A, Msb.)

b2: See مُدَّةٌ.

مَدَدِىٌّ An auxiliary soldier. (L.)

مِدَادٌ Anything that is added in a thing, because of its utility: this is the original signification accord. to old lexicologists. (MF.)

b2: Ink; syn. نِقْسٌ (S, L, K) and حِبْرٌ; (MF;)

that with which one writes: (L, Msb:) so called because it aids the writer: (IAmb, L:) this is the common acceptation of the word. (MF.)

b3: مِدَادٌ (or مِدَادُ السِّرَاجِ, A) Oil (or the like, K)

that is put into a lamp. (A, L, K.)

b4: مِدَادٌ (or مِدَادٌ الأَرْضِ, A) Dung: (A, K:) or manure composed of dung and ashes, or of earth or dust and dung, or of strong earth; and simply earth or dust; and sand. (L.)

b5: مِدَادٌ A row of trees; not of palm-trees. (IAar, in TA, voce أُسْكُوبٌ, q. v.)

b6: A mode, manner, fashion, and form. (L, K.) Ex. بَنَوْا بُيُوتَهُمْ عَلَى مِدَادٍ وَاحِدٍ

They built their houses after one mode, &c. (L.)

b7: مِدَادُ قَيْسٍ A certain game (T, K) of the Arabs, (K,) or of children. (T.)

b8: يَنْبَعِثُ فِى

الحَوْضِ مِيزَابَانِ مِدَادُهُمَا أَنْهَارُ الجَنَّةِ [Two pipes, or spouts, whereof the sources (lit. the source) of the supply are the rivers of paradise, pour into the pond which is without its precincts]; i. e., the rivers of paradise flow into those pipes, or spouts, and increase their flow, or make it copious, or abundant. (L, K. *)

b9: مِدَادٌ sing. of أَمِدَّةٌ, (L,) which signifies The large needles (مَسَالُّ, M, L, TT; in the CK and a MS copy of the K, مِسَاك; in the TA, مَسَاك) [which are inserted] in the two sides of a piece of cloth when its manufacture is commenced. (M, L, TT, K.)

b10: Also, the pl., The threads which compose the warp of a web. (K.)

مَدِيدٌ Drawn, or pulled: strained: stretched: lengthened: i. q. ↓ مَمْدُودٌ. (L, K.)

b2: (tropical:) Tall: long: (L, K:) fem. with ة: (L:) and pl. مُدُدٌ, (L, K,) which preserves its original form [instead of becoming مُدٌّ] because it does not resemble a verb. (Sb, L.)

b3: مَدِيدُ القَامَةِ, (S, L,) and الجِسْمِ (L,) (tropical:) A man tall of stature, (S, L,) and, of body. (L.)

b4: قَدٌّ مَدِيدٌ (tropical:) A tall stature. (A.)

b5: ↓ فِى عَمَدٍ مُمَدَّدَةٍ, in the Kur, [civ., last verse,] is explained by Th as signifying (tropical:) Upon

tall pillars. (L.)

b6: أَقَمْتُ مُدَّةً مَدِيدَةً (tropical:) I remained, stayed, abode, or dwelt, a long space of time. (A.)

b7: المَدِيدُ The second metre (بَحْر)

in prosody: (L, K:) so called because of the extension of its أَسْبَاب and أَوْتَاد. (L.)

b8: مَدِيدٌ

Water upon which is sprinkled, (S, K,) or with which is mixed, (L,) some flour (AZ, S, A, L, K) or the like, (S,) or meal of parched barley or wheat, (A, L,) or barley (L, K,) coarsely

ground, (L,) or sesame, (AZ, L, K,) or seeds, (AZ, L,) and which is given to a camel to drink: (AZ, S, A, L, K:) or barley coarsely ground, and then moistened, and put into the mouth of a camel: (AZ, L:) or i. q. خَبَطٌ: (IKtt:) and, (K,) or as some say, (L,) fodder. (L, K.)

مِدَّانٌ: see إِمِدَّانٌ.

سُوقٌ مَادَّةٌ (assumed tropical:) A market full of people and of goods for sale. (TA, art. حكر.)

b2: مَادَّةُ شَىْءٍ

The accession, or that which is added, whatever it be, to a thing.

b3: You say, دَعْ فِى الضَّرْعِ مَادَّةَ

اللَّبَنِ Leave thou in the udder the accession, to the quantity of milk, which has collected and become added to that previously left therein. (L.) See also عِينَةٌ, last sentence.

b4: You also say, الأَعْرَابُ مَادَّةُ

الإِسْلَامِ (A, L) (tropical:) The Arabs of the desert are the means of aiding the Muslims, and increasing their armies, and strengthening them by the contribution of their wealth as alms: a phrase occurring in a trad. (L.) See also مَدَدٌ.

b5: مَادَّةُ بَحْرٍ [The supply of a sea or great river]. (Az, in L, art. بحر.)

b6: مَادَّةٌ Continuous increase; syn. زِيَادَةٌ مُتَّصِلَةٌ: (S, A, L, K:) that whereby a thing is extended: the ة is added to give intensiveness to the signification. (M, L.)

b7: [Also, in the conventional language of philosophy, Substance having extent, or extended; matter; the material, or materials, of which a thing having form consists, or is composed: considered as that of which a thing having form consists, it is termed also طِينَةٌ: considered as capable of assuming or receiving form, it is especially termed هَيُولَى: as that from which composition commences, عُنْصُرٌ: and as that to which resolution reduces a thing, إِسْطُقِسٌ, or أُسْطُقُسٌ, as it is generally written and pronounced: the pl. is مَوَادُّ.

b8: The radical substance of a word, the radical letters, collectively, of a word.]

أَمَدُّ [More or most tall, high, long, &c.]

b2: هُوَ مِنْ أَمَدِّ النَّاسِ قَامَةً (tropical:) He is of the tallest of men in stature. (A)

b3: نَعَمْ وَأَشَدَّهُ وَأَمَدَّهُ Yes: even the utmost thereof, and the most that could be thereof. Said in reply to the question “ Hast

thou done it? ” (A.)

b4: أَمَدُّ صَوْتًا Higher or louder, or highest or loudest, of voice. (Mgh, art. لقى.)

أُمْدُودٌ Custom; habit. (K.)

إِمِدَّانٌ (of the measure إِفْعِلَانٌ, [originally إِمْدِدَانٌ,] S, L) and ↓ مِدَّانٌ (L, K) Salt water: (L, K:) or very salt water: (S, L:) or the water of salt earth. (L.)

b2: Also, the former, Water exuding from the earth: (L, K:) sometimes written, (K,) or as some say, (L,) إِمِّدَانٌ (L, K.)

مَمْدُودٌ: see مَدِيدٌ.

b2: (tropical:) Much wealth. (A.)

مَمَدُّ حَبْلٍ The place of a rope at which it is drawn, or pulled, strained, or stretched. (A.)

مُمَدَّدٌ A tent of skin (طِرَافٌ) extended, or stretched, with the ropes called أَطْنَاب. It is with teshdeed to denote intensiveness. (S, L.)

b2: See مَدِيدٌ.
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