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

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1 مَطَّهُ, (S, K,) aor. مَطُّ, (S, TA,) inf. n. مَطٌّ, (TA,) He drew it; pulled it; strained it; extended it by drawing or pulling; stretched it; stretched it out; extended it; lengthened it; i. q. مَدَّهُ: (S, K:) مَطٌّ and مَطْوٌ and مَدٌّ are all one [in meaning]. (Az, TA.) You say, مَطَّ الدَّلْوَ, (K,) or مَطَّ بِالدَّلْوِ, (Lh,) aor. as above, (TA,) and so the inf. n., (Lh,) He drew, or pulled, the bucket. (Lh, K.) And مَطّ حَاجِبَيْهِ He extended, or stretched, his eyebrows (S, TA) in speaking. (TA.) This last phrase also signifies (tropical:) He behaved proudly; (S, K, TA;) and so مَطَّ خَدَّهُ; (K, TA;) syn. تَكَبَّرَ [for which in the CK we find تَكَبُّرًا]. (S, K.) You say also, مَطَّ أَصَابِعَهُ He extended his fingers, (K, TA,) as though (TA) talking, or addressing, with them. (K, TA.)

And مَطَّ الحُرُوفَ [He lengthened the letters]; for مَدَّهَا. (As, in TA, in remarks on the letter ط.) And مَطَّ خَطَّهُ, and خَطْوَهُ, He extended, and made wide, his handwriting, and his stepping: and مَطَّ [alone], aor. and inf. n. as above, [خَطْوَهُ being understood,] he made his stepping wide. (TA.) And it is said in a trad., of Saad, لَا تَمُطُّوا بآمِينَ Ye shall not lengthen [the word] آمِينُ [amen: yet this is done by most, if not by all, of the Muslims in the present day]. (TA.)

2 تَمْطِيطٌ, [inf. n. of مطّط, and app. originally

meaning The act of lengthening the tongue overmuch:] (tropical:) the act of reviling. (K, TA.)

5 تمطّط He 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. تَمَدَّدَ; (S, K;) as also تَمَطَّى; like تَظَنَّيْتُ

from الظَّنُّ; تمطّط being the original form. (TA.)

It is said in the Kur, [lxxv. 33,] ثُمَّ ذَهَبَ إِلَى

أَهْلِهِ يَتَمَطَّى Then he went to his family walking with an elegant, and a proud, and self-conceited, gait, with an affected inclining of his body from side to side; syn. يَتَبَخْتَرُ; (Fr, Bd, Jel, TA;) from المَطُّ, because he who so walks extends his steps, so that it is originally يَتَمَطَّطُ; (Bd;) or from المَطَا, signifying “ the back,”

because he who so walks twists his back. (Fr, Bd.)

b2: It (water, As, TA, and thick sour milk, TA) roped, or drew out, with a viscous, glutinous, cohesive, sticky, ropy, or slimy, continuity of parts; it was, or became, viscous, glutinous, cohesive, sticky, ropy, or slimy. (As, TA.) [See also R, Q. 2.]

b3: تمطّط فِى الكَلَامِ He varied (لَوَّنَ) in speech. (Sgh, K.)

R. Q. 1 مَطْمَطَ فِى كَلَامِهِ He extended, and lengthened, his speech: (IDrd:) or مَطْمَطَ signifies he flagged in his handwriting, or in his speech. (IAar, Az, K.)

R. Q. 2 تَمَطْمَطَ It (water) became thick. (Sgh, K.) [See also 5.]

مُطُطٌ [a pl., of which the sing. is probably ↓ مَطِيطٌ, like as the sing. of its syn. مُدُدٌ is مَدِيدٌ,] Tall, or long; applied to any animals. (IAar.)

مَطَاطٌ Thick and sour camels' milk; (Ibn-'Abbád, K;) such as is termed قَارِص; so called because it ropes, or is ropy. (TA.)

مُطَاطٌ: see what next follows.

مِطَاطٌ Extended; [meaning long;] as also ↓ مُطَاطٌ, and ↓ مَطَائِطٌ; applied as an epithet to what is termed صَلًا [app. here meaning the “ middle of the back ”]; (K;) and to a camel. (TA.)

مَطِيطٌ: see مُطُطٌ.

مَطِيطَةٌ thick water, (S,) or turbid and thick water, (K, TA,) remaining (TA) in the bottom of a watering-trough: (S, K, TA:) or slime; or strong, or thick, slime: or, accord. to As, water in which is ropy mud: pl. مَطَائِطُ: which, as pl. of the same sing., also signifies places hollowed by the feet of beasts of carriage, in the ground, in which slime, or strong or thick slime, collects. (TA.)

مُطَيْطَى: see what next follows.

مَطِيطَآءُ: see what next follows.

مُطَيْطَآءُ, a dim. n. which has no undiminished form, (Z, in the Fáïk,) The act of walking with an elegant, and a proud, and self-conceited, gait, with an affected inclining of the body from side to side: and the act of stretching out the arms in walking: (S, K:) as also ↓ مُطَيْطَى, (As, Kr, K,) in both these senses, (As, TA,) and ↓ مَطِيطَآءُ. (K.) You say, مَشَى المُطَيْطَآءَ [He walked in either of the manners above described]. (S, TA.)

مُطَائِطٌ: see مِطَاطُ.
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