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1 مَشَطَ الشَّعَرَ, aor. مَشُطَ and مَشِطَ, (M, Msb,) inf. n. مَشْطٌ, (M, Msb, K,) He combed the hair; loosed and separated it with the comb; or combed and dressed it; syn. رَجَّلَهُ, (M, K, *) or سَرَّحَهُ: (Msb:) and ↓ مشّطهُ signifies he did so much. (Msb.) Yousay also مَشَطَتِ المَاشِطَةُ المَرْأَةَ, aor. مَشُطَ, inf. n. as above, [The ماشطة combed, or combed and dressed, the woman's hair.] (S, TA.)

b2: Hence, (TA,) دَائِمُ المَشْطِ is applied to (tropical:) A blandisher, or coaxer. (K, TA.)

A2: مَشْطٌ also signifies The act of mixing. (Fr, K.) You say, مَشَطَ بَيْنَ المَآءِ وَاللَّبَنِ

[He mixed together the water and the milk]. (TA.)

2 مَشَّطَ see 1.

8 امتشط He combed, or combed and dressed, his hair: (Msb, K: *) [and in like manner,] you

say of a woman, امتشطت. (S, TA.)

مَشْطٌ: see what next follows.

مُشْطٌ (S, Msb, K,) and ↓ مِشْطٌ, (Msb, K,) but the latter disapproved by IDrd, (TA,) and ↓ مَشْطٌ, (K,) and accord. to some with each of the three vowels to the ش, but this requires consideration [in other cases than those here following], (MF,) and ↓ مُشُطٌ (Ks, K) and ↓ مُشُطٌّ (AHeyth, K) and ↓ مَشِطٌ (K) and ↓ مِمْشَطٌ, (IB, K,) of all which the first is the most chaste, (TA,) A comb: pl. أَمْشَاطٌ (S, Msb, K,) and مِشَاطٌ. (IB, K.)

b2: مُشْطٌ مِنَ الحَدِيدِ A curry comb (مِحَسَّةٌ): so called by a poet because it has teeth like the مُشْط. (TA, art. نمص.)

b3: Also مُشْطٌ (tropical:) [An upright loom;] a loom with which one weaves, set upright: (K, TA:) pl. أَمْشَاطٌ. (TA.) Yousay ضَرَبَ النَّاسِجُ بِمِشْطِهِ and أَمْشَاطِهِ (tropical:) [app. meaning The weaver wove with his upright loom and his upright looms]. (TA.)

b4: (tropical:) [The metatarsal bones;] the سُلَامَيَات of the upper part of the foot; (S, K;) i. e. the slender bones spread upon the foot, exclusive of the toes; [also called, more particularly, or perhaps only called, مُشْطُ

القَدَمِ or مُشْطُ الرِّجْلِ:] pl. أَمْشَاطٌ. (TA.) Yousay, اِنكَسَرَ مُشْطُ قَدَمِهِ (tropical:) [His metatarsal bones broke]. (TA.) And قَامُوا عَلَى أَمْشَاطِ أَرْجُلِهِمْ (tropical:) [They stood upon their metatarsal bones]. (TA.)

b5: مُشْطُ الكَتِفِ (assumed tropical:) The wide bone of the scapula: (S:) or a wide bone thereof: (K:) or the wide flesh thereof: (T, TA:)

b6: مُشْطٌ also signifies (assumed tropical:) A certain mark made with a hot iron upon camels, (K,) in the form of a comb, (Sb, TA,) upon the body, and the neck, and the thigh. (Aboo-'Alee, TA.)

مِشْطٌ: see مُشْطٌ.

مَشِطٌ: see مُشْطٌ.

مُشُطٌ: see مُشْطٌ.

مُشُطٌّ: see مُشْطٌ.

مِشْطَةٌ A mode, or manner, of combing, or of combing and dressing the hair. (S, * TA.)

لِمَّةٌ مَشِيطٌ A lock of hair descending below the lobe of the ear combed, or combed and dressed; i. q. ↓ مَمْشُوطَةٌ. (S, TA.)

مُشَاطَةٌ What falls, of hair, on the occasion of combing, or combing and dressing it. (S, * Msb, K. *)

مِشَاطَةٌ The art, or occupation, of the مَاشِطَة. (K.)

مَشَّاطٌ A comb-maker. (TA.)

b2: See also مَاشِطَةٌ, in two places.

مَاسِطَةٌ [A female comber, or comber and dresser, of the hair;] (S;) a female who combs the hair, or combs and dresses it, well; (K;) and [in like manner] ↓ مَشَّاطَةٌ a girl who performs well the art of combing, or combing and dressing, the hair. (TA.) And one of the post-classical writers has used in his poetry the epithet ↓ مَشَّاطٌ [applied in like manner to a man or boy]. (TA.

أَمْشَطُ: see مَمْشُوطٌ.

مِمْشَطٌ: see مُشْطٌ.

مَمْشُوطٌ: fem. with ة: see مَشِيطٌ.

b2: بَعِيرٌ مَمْشُوطٌ. (assumed tropical:) A camel marked with the mark termed مُشْط; (K;) as also ↓ أَمْشَطُ. (TA.)

مشظ &c. See Supplement مص

1 مَصَّهُ, (A, Msb,) first pers. مَصِصْتُ, (S, M, Msb, K,) aor. يَمَصُّ; (S, Msb, K;) and first pers. مَصَصْتُ, aor. يَمُصُّ; (Msb, K;) but the former is the more chaste; (T, Msb, TA,) inf. n. مَصٌّ; (S, M, Msb;) [He sucked it; or sucked it in; or sipped it, i. e.] he drank it (namely water, A, or a thing, S, M,) with a minute draught, (شُرْبًا رَقِيقًا: so in a copy of the A, and in the CK,) or with a gentle draught: (شُرْبًا رَفِيقًا: so in some copies of the K, and in the TA:) or he took it (namely a small quantity of a fluid) by drawing in the breath: and whether شَرِبَ may

be used to denote this, as it is in the K, requires consideration: (MF:) or i. q. رَشَفَهُ: (S, K, art. رشف:) or i. q. تَرَشَّفَهُ: (M:) رَشْفٌ signifies the “ taking ” water “ with the lips; ” and is more than مَصٌّ: (Msb, art. رشف:) and ↓ امتصّهُ signifies the same; (S, M, A, Msb, K;) and so ↓ تمصّصهُ: (M, A:) or the last signifies he did so leisurely. (S, K.) You say, الرُّمَّانَ ↓ امتصّ, i. e. مَصَّهُ [He sucked the pomegranate]; and so of other things. (TA.) And مَصَّ الجَارِيَةَ He sucked the damsel's saliva from her mouth. (IAar, in L, art. مصد.) And مَصَّ Mإٌا اLضّUٌأىاا (tropical:) He obtained a little of worldly goods. (TA.)

4 امصّهُ [He made him to suck: or he gave him to suck]. (S, A, K.) You say أَمْصَصْتُهُ المَآءَ (A) or الشَّىْءَ (S) [I made him to suck, or I gave him to suck, the water, or the thing].

b2: (tropical:) He said to him يَا مَصَّانُ, q. v. (S, * A, TA.) You say, هُوَ يُمِصُّهُ وَيُبَظِّرُهُ. (K, art. بظر, which see in the present work.)

5 تَمَصَّّ see 1, in which two explanations of it are given.

8 إِمْتَصَ3َ see 1. in two places.

R. Q. 1 مَصْمَصَ, (S, A,) or مَصْمَصَ فَاهُ, (M, TA,) inf. n. مَصْمَصَةٌ, (S, M, K,) [He rinsed his mouth with water; he agitated water in his mouth; syn. مَضْمَضَ: (M:) or he did so with the extremity of his tongue, (S, M, K,) or with the fore parts of his mouth; (A;) whereas the latter signifies he did so with his mouth altogether; (S, M, A;) the difference between مَصْمَصَةٌ and مَضْمَضَةٌ being similar to that between قَبْصَةٌ and قَبْضَةٌ: (S, M:) the former is mentioned in a trad. as being done after drinking milk; but not after eating dates. (S.) You say also, مَصْمَصَ

الإِنَآءَ He washed the vessel; (ISk, S, M;) as also مَضْمَضَهُ: (ISk, Yaakoob, M:) or he washed out, or rinsed, the vessel; he put water into the vessel, and shook it, to wash it; (As, TA;) he poured water into the vessel, and then shook it, without washing it with his hand, and then poured it out. (Aboo-Sa'eed, TA.) And مَصْمَصَ الثَّوْبَ He washed [or rinsed] the garment, or piece of cloth. (M, TA.)

مُصَّةٌ: see what next follows.

مُصَاصٌ What is sucked from, or of, a thing; (M, TA;) as also ↓ مُصَاصَةٌ. (M, A, TA.) Yousay, طَابَتْ مُصَاصَتُهُ فِى فَمِى What was sucked from it, or of it, was good, or sweet, or pleasant, in my mouth. (A.)

b2: [And hence,] The pure, or choice, part of anything; (S, K;) as also ↓ مُصَامِصٌ: (K:) and (S) the purest, or choicest, (S, M,) of a thing; as also ↓ مُصَاصَةٌ and ↓ مُصَامِصٌ. (M.) And المَالِ ↓ مُصَّةُ signifies the same as مُصَاصُهُ, (K, TA,) i. e. The pure, or choice part of property, or of the property. (TA.) You say, فُلَانٌ مُصَاصُ قَوْمِهِ, (S, M,) and ↓ مُصَاصَتُهُ, (M,) Such a one is the purest in race, or lineage, of his people: and in like manner you say of two, and of more, and of a female. (S, M.) And هُوَ

مِنْ مُصَاصِ قَوْمِهِ [He is of the purest, or choicest, of his people]. (A.)

b3: Also, Pure, or choice, applied to حَسَب [or grounds of pretension to respect, &c.]; as also ↓ مُصَامِصٌ. (A.) You say also, إِنَّهُ لَمُصَامِصٌ فِى قَوْمِهِ Verily he is distinguished, or characterized, by pure grounds of respect among his people. (K, * TA.)

b4: Also, The origin, source, or place of origination, of a thing. (M, TA.) You say, هُوَ كَرِيمُ المُصَاصِ He is generous, or noble, in respect of origin. (TA.) Accord. to Lth, مُصَاصُ القَوْمِ signifies The original source of the people: and the most excellent of their middle class. (TA.)

مَصُوصٌ A certain kind of food, (S, K,) of flesh-meat, cooked, and steeped in vinegar; (K;)

or, as some say, steeped in vinegar, and then cooked: (TA:) or of the flesh of birds particularly: (K:) pronounced by the vulgar with damm to the م: (S:) but what is said in the Nh implies that it is with damm; for it is there said, “and it may be with fet-h to the م. ” (TA.)

مُصَاصَةٌ: see مُصَاصٌ, in four places.

مَصُوصَةٌ: see مَمْصُوصَةٌ.

مَصَّاصٌ: see what next follows.

مَصَّانٌ A cupper; because he sucks; (M, TA;) and so ↓ مَصَّاصٌ: (K, voce حَجَّامٌ, which is its syn.:) fem. of the former with ة. (M.)

b2: A man who sucks his ewes or she-goats; by reason of his meanness, or ungenerousness: (A'Obeyd, S, K:) i. e. who sucks from their udders with his mouth; lest the sound of the milking should be heard; as also, ↓ مَاصُّ; (TA;) and so مَلْحَانُ and مَكَّانُ. (A'Obeyd, TA.) [But in the TA it is written مَصَّانُ, without tenween; and so in two copies of the S.])

b3: يَا مَصَّانُ, [said to a man,] and يَا مَصَّانَةُ, to a female, denote vituperation, meaning (tropical:) O sucker (مَاصّ S, K) of such a thing, (S, TA,) i. e. (TA) of the بَظْر

[q. v.], (K, TA,) of thy mother: (S, K, TA:) or the meaning is O sucker (رَاضِع) of the ewes or she-goats: (K:) ISk says, (TA,) you should not say ↓ يَا مَاصَّانُ: (S, TA:) but Ibn-'Abbád says, (TA,) one says وَيْلِى عَلَى مَاصَّانِ بْنِ مَاصَّانٍ, and ↓ مَاصَّانَةَ بْنِ مَاصَّانَةَ, (K, TA,) meaning [Alas for me, on account of] the mean, or ungenerous, the son of the mean, or ungenerous! (TA.)

مُصَّانٌ, with damm, The sugar-cane; [because it is sucked.] (IKh, IB.)

مُصَامصٌ: see مُصَاصٌ, in four places.

مَاصٌّ, act. part. n. of 1: see مَصَّانٌ, in two places.

مَاصَّانُ and مَاصَّانَةُ: see مَصَّانٌ.

وَظِيفٌ مَمْصُوصٌ (tropical:) A slender pastern; (K, TA;) as though it were sucked. (TA.) And مَمْصُوصَةٌ (M, A) and مَصُوصَةٌ (AZ, ISk, K) (tropical:) A woman emaciated (AZ, ISk, M, A, K) by reason of a disease infecting her; (AZ, ISk, M;) as though she were sucked. (M, TA.)
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