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4203. نب5 4204. نبأ16 4205. نبت16 4206. نبث12 4207. نبج10 4208. نبح154209. نبخ9 4210. نبذ18 4211. نبر14 4212. نبز14 4213. نبش12 4214. نبض13 4215. نبط19 4216. نبع18 4217. نبق13 4218. نبل17 4219. نبه13 4220. نبهرج3 4221. نبى2 4222. نبيق1 4223. نت2 4224. نتأ11 4225. نتب5 4226. نتج14 4227. نتح9 4228. نتخ9 4229. نتر13 4230. نتش13 4231. نتع7 4232. نتن12 4233. نث5 4234. نثت4 4235. نثر18 4236. نثل13 4237. نثى1 4238. نج3 4239. نجأ9 4240. نجب15 4241. نجث10 4242. نجح14 4243. نجد19 4244. نجذ12 4245. نجر16 4246. نجز16 4247. نجس16 4248. نجش16 4249. نجص1 4250. نجع16 4251. نجف13 4252. نجل16 4253. نجم19 4254. نجو9 4255. نح3 4256. نحب18 4257. نحث4 4258. نحر18 4259. نحز11 4260. نحس20 4261. نحف14 4262. نحل16 4263. نحم13 4264. نحو8 4265. نخ4 4266. نخب13 4267. نخت7 4268. نخج7 4269. نخر17 4270. نخرب7 4271. نخس13 4272. نخع14 4273. نخف6 4274. نخل14 4275. نخو8 4276. ند4 4277. ندأ8 4278. ندب15 4279. ندح18 4280. ندر15 4281. ندس13 4282. ندف12 4283. ندل13 4284. ندم17 4285. ندى3 4286. نذر18 4287. نذل13 4288. نرب7 4289. نرج8 4290. نرجس11 4291. نرد9 4292. نرز7 4293. نرسن3 4294. نز4 4295. نزأ8 4296. نزب7 4297. نزح15 4298. نزر15 4299. نزع16 4300. نزف16 4301. نزق12 4302. نزك12 Prev. 100
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1 نَبَحَ, aor. نَبِحَ and نَبَحَ, [the former of which, accord. to the Msb, seems to be more common,] inf. n. نَبْحٌ and نَبِيحٌ and نُبَاحٌ and نِبَاحٌ (S, K) and نُبُوحٌ (L,) and تَنْبَاحٌ, (K,) the last having an intensive and frequentative signification, (TA,) He (a dog, S, L, K) barked. (L.) b2: Also, (sometimes, S,) (tropical:) said of a gazelle, (T, S, K,) when he has advanced in years, and his horns have branched forth: (T:) and (tropical:) of a he-goat, (K,) in coupling-time: (L:) and (tropical:) of a serpent; (K;) meaning he uttered a cry, or sound: (L:) also (tropical:) of a hoopoe, (هُدْهُد,) inf. n. نُبَاحٌ, signifying it uttered a harsh cry, by reason of age: (L:) and (tropical:) of a lion, inf. n. نُبَاحٌ, signifying he uttered a cry (L, K) like the barking of a whelp. (Aboo-Kheyreh, L.) b3: نَبَحَهِ الكَلْبُ and نَبَحَ عَلَيْهِ, (T, Msb,) and ↓ نابحهُ, (T,) The dog barked at him. (Msb.) b4: فُلَانٌ لَا يُعْوَى وَلَا يُنْبَحُ (assumed tropical:) [Such a one is not howled at nor barked at]: i. e., by reason of his weakness, no account is taken of him, and neither good nor evil is said to him. (L.) b5: نَبَحَ (tropical:) He (a poet) satirized. (A.) b6: نَبَحَتْنِى

كِلَابُكَ (tropical:) Thy revilings reached, or overtook, me. (L.) 3 نَاْبَحَ see 1.4 انبحهُ and ↓ استنبحهُ, He made him (a dog) to bark: (S, K:) الكَلْبَ ↓ استنبح he excited, or induced, the dog to bark: said of man when, having lost his way, he imitates the bark of that animal, in order that a dog may hear him, and, imagining him to be a dog, may bark, and so guide him. (L.) Said also of a guest, [or one who would be a guest, and who desires to guide himself to a place of entertainment]. (A.) [See an ex. cited, from the poet El-Akhtal, voce إِرْدَبٌّ.]10 إِسْتَنْبَحَ see 4.

نُبُوحٌ (tropical:) The clamour, confused noise, or mixture of voices, of a tribe, (S,) or of a people, (K,) and the barkings of their dogs, (S, K,) and the cries of their other animals. (A.) b2: Subsequently put in the place of (tropical:) Multitude, and might, or power: (S:) and signifying (tropical:) a numerous assembly. (K.) El-Akhtal says, إِنَّ العَرَارَةَ وَالنُّبُوحَ لِدَارِمٍ

[Verily strength, or eminence, or lordship, and multitude, and might, or power, belong to Dárim]. (S.) نَبَّاحٌ A dog that barks much. (A.) b2: نَبَّاحٌ A man (L) having a vehement, or loud, voice. (L, K.) b3: ↓ نُبَّاحٌ, with dammeh, (K,) or نَبَّاحٌ (as in the L) (tropical:) A hoopoe (هُدْهُد) that cooes (يُقَرْقِر) much. (IAar, K.) b4: نَبَّاحٌ (tropical:) A gazelle that cries much, or often: (IAar:) and ↓ نَبْحَآءُ the same applied to the female. (AA, K.) A2: نَبَّاحٌ White, small [shells such as are called] صَدَف: (TA:) small, white [shells such as are called] مَنَاقِف, of Mekkeh, (T, K, TA,) i. e. brought from Mekkeh: (TA:) put into [necklaces such as are called]

قَلَائِد (K, TA) and وُشُح, and used for repelling the [evil] eye: (TA:) n. un. with ة. (K.) نُبَّاحٌ: see نَبَّاحٌ.

نُبَاحِىٌّ A dog having a loud bark. (Lh.) كَلْبٌ نَابِحٌ A barking dog: pl. كِلَابٌ نَوَابِحُ, and نُبَّحٌ, and نُبُوحٌ. (L.) نَبْحَآءُ: see نَبَّاحٌ.

رَجُلٌ مَنْبُوحٌ A man likened to a dog. (L.) b2: (tropical:) A man reviled. (L.)
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