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1 مَذِحَ, (S,) aor. مَذَحَ, (L,) inf. n. مَذَحٌ, (S, K,) His (a man's, S) thighs rubbed each other: (S, L, K:) when he walked, (S,) by reason of his fatness: (Námoos:) or his thighs rubbed each other, and twisted, so that they became excoriated; as also فَخِذَاهُ ↓ مَذَّحَتْ: (L:) or the parts between the inner sides of the roots of his thighs (مَا بَيْنَ الرُّفْغَيْنِ) and his buttocks became inflamed: (K, TA:) [for اختراق, in the CK, I read احتراق, as in other copies of the K, and in the TA: see also وَذِحَ.]. b2: مَذِحَ is said to signify It (a thing) rubbed against another thing, and became much cracked, or chapped, thereby. ISd thinks that it relates especially to an animal. (L.) b3: Also, مَذِحَ He had his testicle much chapped by its rubbing against something. (K.) b4: مَذِحَتِ الضَّأْنُ, inf. n. مَذَحٌ, The sheep sweated in the inner sides of the roots of the thighs, or the parts called أَرْفَاغ: (L:) or, in their thighs. (TA.) 2 مَذَّحَ see 1.5 تَمَذَّحَتْ خَاصِرَتَاهُ His two hypochrondres, or flanks, became inflated, or swollen, by reason of his having satiated himself with drink. (K.) [See also تَمَدَّحَ and تَنَدَّحَ.]

أَمْذَحُ A man whose thighs rub each other when he walks. (S.) [See 1.]
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