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4235. نثر19 4236. نثل14 4237. نثى1 4238. نج3 4239. نجأ9 4240. نجب164241. نجث11 4242. نجح15 4243. نجد20 4244. نجذ13 4245. نجر17 4246. نجز17 4247. نجس17 4248. نجش17 4249. نجص1 4250. نجع17 4251. نجف14 4252. نجل17 4253. نجم20 4254. نجو10 4255. نح3 4256. نحب19 4257. نحث4 4258. نحر19 4259. نحز12 4260. نحس21 4261. نحف15 4262. نحل17 4263. نحم14 4264. نحو9 4265. نخ4 4266. نخب14 4267. نخت7 4268. نخج8 4269. نخر19 4270. نخرب8 4271. نخس14 4272. نخع15 4273. نخف7 4274. نخل15 4275. نخو9 4276. ند4 4277. ندأ8 4278. ندب16 4279. ندح19 4280. ندر16 4281. ندس14 4282. ندف13 4283. ندل14 4284. ندم18 4285. ندى3 4286. نذر19 4287. نذل14 4288. نرب8 4289. نرج8 4290. نرجس11 4291. نرد9 4292. نرز8 4293. نرسن3 4294. نز4 4295. نزأ8 4296. نزب8 4297. نزح16 4298. نزر16 4299. نزع17 4300. نزف17 4301. نزق13 4302. نزك13 4303. نزل21 4304. نزه17 4305. نزو9 4306. نس5 4307. نسأ18 4308. نسب17 4309. نسج16 4310. نسح9 4311. نسخ17 4312. نسر17 4313. نسع11 4314. نسغ9 4315. نسف17 4316. نسك16 4317. نسل17 4318. نسم18 4319. نش4 4320. نشأ15 4321. نشب15 4322. نشج13 4323. نشد13 4324. نشر20 4325. نشز18 4326. نشط19 4327. نشف17 4328. نشق14 4329. نص5 4330. نصأ7 4331. نصب20 4332. نصح16 4333. نصر15 4334. نصع13 Prev. 100
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1 نَجَبَ الشَّجَرَةَ, aor. نَجِبَ and نَجُبَ, inf. n. نَجْبٌ, He took off the bark of the stem, or trunk, of the tree: (S:) or نَجَبَهُ, aor. and inf. n. as above; and ↓ نجّبه, inf. n. تَنْجِيبٌ; and ↓ انتجبه; He took off its bark; barked it. (ISd, K.) See نَجَبٌ.

A2: نَجُبَ, aor. نَجُبَ, inf. n. نَجَابَةٌ, He was generous, noble, or liberal, &c.: [see نَجِيبٌ]. (Msb, K.) He, or it, was excellent, or choice. (MA.) [Said of a horse and the like, He was generous, excellent, strong, light, or swift.] b2: نَاجَبَهُ فَنَجَبَهُ: see 3.2 نَجَّبَ see 1.3 نَاْجَبَ ↓ نَاجَبَهُ فَنَجَبَهُ [He vied with him, or strove to surpass him, in generosity, nobleness, or liberality; and he surpassed him therein.] (TA, art. خير.) 4 انجب He begot a generous, noble, or liberal, child; such as is termed نَجِيبٌ. (S.) [This verb, being coupled in the K with نَجُبَ, might be imagined syn. therewith; but this, accord. to the TA, is not the case.] El-Aashà says, أَنْجَبَ أَزْمَانَ وَالِدَاهُ بِهِ

إِذْ نَجَلَاهُ فَنِعْمَ مَا نَجَلَا (S) He begot a generous son in the times when his parents (rejoiced) in him, when they produced him; and excellent was that which they produced. Accord. to one reading, the second word is أَيَّامَ: and أَيَّامُ وَالِدَيْهِ is also read in place of ازمان والداه; in which case, ايَّام is fig. the agent of انجب. (TA.) b2: انجبت is said of a woman, in the same sense. (TA.) See also انخب. b3: انجب [as also انخب] He begot a cowardly child: (from نَجَبٌ, the “ bark ” of a tree: TA:) thus the verb bears two contr. significations: (K:) or the two significations are not necessarily contr.; for a courageous man may be not generous, or liberal; and a generous, or liberal, man may be not courageous. (MF.) 8 انتجبهُ He selected him; chose him; (S;) preferred him above others. (TA.) See also انتخب. b2: See 1. b3: ذَهَبَ يَنْتَجِبُ He went to collect [the kind of bark called] نَجَبٌ. (TA.) b4: A poet says, يَا أَيُّهَا الزَّاعِمُ أَنِّى أَجْتَلِبْ وَأَنَّنِى غَيْرَ عِضَاهِى أَنْتَجِبْ meaning, O thou who assertest that I take the verses of other poets and appropriate them to myself, and, and as it were, take the bark of other trees than my own 'idáh, to tan therewith... (TA.) [See عِضَاهُ.]

نَجْبٌ: see نَجِيبٌ.

نَجَبٌ The bark (لِحَآء) of trees: (S, K:) or the rind of the roots thereof: or of what is hard thereof. (K.) The soft peel of branches is not thus called; nor is the rind of roots called قِشْر, but نجب: n. un. نَجَبَةٌ. (TA.) نَجْبَةُ نَمْلَةٍ A bite of an ant. So in a trad., accord. to one reading: accord. to another reading, it is نَخْبَة. Both these words are given by IAth on the authority of Z. (TA.) نُجَبَةٌ and نَجَبَةٌ: see نَجِيبٌ.

نَجِيبٌ A generous, noble, liberal, man; (S, K;) one distinguished by rank or quality, nobility or eminence, reputation or note or consideration; (K;) excellent; of great worth in his kind; one who is like his father in generosity and actions: (TA:) as also ↓ نَجْبٌ (K) [explained as signifying “ liberal, generous ”] and ↓ نُجَبَةٌ: (S, K:) or you call a man نجيب when he is generous, noble, or liberal; but when he is unequalled among his people in generosity, &c., you say قَوْمِهِ ↓ هُوَ نَجَبَةُ, in measure like حَلَمَة: (El-'Alam Es-Sakháwee:) [but MF doubts the correctness of this measure; and seems to think that the correct word is ↓ نُجَبَة:] القَوْمِ ↓ هو نُجَبَةُ is said of a man when he is the man, among them, who is distinguished by generosity, &c.: (S:) pl. نُجَبَآءُ and أَنْجَابٌ and نُجُبٌ. (K.) b2: نَجِيبٌ Excellent, as an epithet applied to any animal; (IAth;) a generous, excellent, camel or horse; one of high breed; (ISd;) a strong, light, swift, camel: (TA:) you say نَاقَةٌ نَجِيبَةٌ as well as ناقة نَجِيبٌ: (K:) pl. نَجَائِبُ (S, K) and نُجُبٌ. (S.) b3: نَجَائِبُ القُرْآنِ The most excellent, and the purest, parts of the Kur-án. Of such is the سُورَةُ الأَنْعَام. (TA.) In like manner, ↓ نَوَاجِبُهُ The heart thereof that has [as it were] no نَجَب [or bark] upon it: or the best, or most excellent, thereof. (K.) نَوَاجِبُ: see what next precedes.

مُنْجِبٌ A man who begets generous, noble, or liberal, children; such as are termed نُجَبَاءُ. (K.) In like manner, اِمْرَأَةٌ مُنْجِبَةٌ, and ↓ مِنْجَابٌ: (S, K:) pl. of the latter مَنَاجِيبُ. (S.) b2: ↓ منجاب also signifies A woman who has generous, noble, or liberal, children; such as are termed نجبآء. (TA.) مِنْجَابٌ A weak man: (S, K:) pl. مَنَاجِيبُ. (TA.) See مُنْجِبٌ, and also مِنْخَابٌ. b2: مِنْجَابٌ An arrow that has neither feathers nor head; (A'Obeyd, S;) that is trimmed, shaped, or pared, but has neither feathers nor head. (As, A'Obeyd, K.) b3: مِنْجَابٌ An iron with which a fire is stirred. (K.) مَنْجُوبٌ A vessel that is capacious within: (K:) a capacious vessel of the kind called قَدَحٌ: (S:) or wide, or capacious, in the bottom: i. q. مَنْجُوفٌ, which, accord. to ISd, is the correct word; but others say that the ب and ف may be interchangeable. (TA.) b2: جِلْدٌ مَنْجُوبٌ A hide tanned with the bark of the trunk of the طَلْح. (S.) b3: سِقَاءٌ منجوبٌ A skin tanned with the same: (S, K:) or with [the kind of bark called] نَجَبٌ: (K:) as also نَجَبِىٌّ (S, K) and مِنْجَبٌ: (Aboo-Mis-hal, K:) but the last is disapproved by ISd, because it is of the measure مِفْعَلٌ, which is not used in the sense of the measure مَفْعُولٌ. (TA.) مُنْتَجَبٌ Select; chosen; choice: (K:) an epithet applied to anything. (TA.)
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