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4313. نسع11 4314. نسغ9 4315. نسف17 4316. نسك16 4317. نسل17 4318. نسم184319. 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 4335. نصف22 4336. نصل18 4337. نصم3 4338. نصى2 4339. نض4 4340. نضب16 4341. نضج16 4342. نضح17 4343. نضد17 4344. نضر18 4345. نضل17 4346. نضو11 4347. نطأ1 4348. نطب9 4349. نطح16 4350. نطر12 4351. نطس14 4352. نطش7 4353. نطع16 4354. نطف18 4355. نطق16 4356. نطل14 4357. نطم3 4358. نطو7 4359. نظر19 4360. نظف18 4361. نظم16 4362. نعب15 4363. نعت15 4364. نعث7 4365. نعج14 4366. نعر16 4367. نعس17 4368. نعش15 4369. نعظ9 4370. نعق16 4371. نعل18 4372. نعم24 4373. نعو7 4374. نغ2 4375. نغب12 4376. نغت5 4377. نغث3 4378. نغر16 4379. نغص13 4380. نغض16 4381. نغف13 4382. نغق12 4383. نغل16 4384. نغم13 4385. نغو5 4386. نفأ7 4387. نفت9 4388. نفث19 4389. نفج14 4390. نفخ16 4391. نفد17 4392. نفذ20 4393. نفر21 4394. نفز10 4395. نفس22 4396. نفش19 4397. نفض18 4398. نفط16 4399. نفع15 4400. نفق22 4401. نفل21 4402. نفى5 4403. نقب25 4404. نقت7 4405. نقث9 4406. نقح16 4407. نقخ10 4408. نقد16 4409. نقذ16 4410. نقر20 4411. نقرس11 4412. نقز15 Prev. 100
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5 تَنَسَّمَ شَيْأً He sought, or endeavoured to get. or attain, a thing, with labour and perseverance: i. q. تَطَلَّبَهُ. (IbrD.) b2: تَنَسَّمَ الخَيَرَ He sought, searched, or inquired, for, or after, the news. or tidings; (MA, KL;) [as though endeavouring to scent it;] so that he elicited it. (TA.) نسم من الطريق , denoting nearness and shortness of the way. see نبق and مُسْتَعْجِلَةٌ.

نَسَمٌ

: see نَسِيمٌ.

نَسَمَةٌ A soul; syn. نَفْسٌ, with sukoon: and نَسَمٌ souls; syn. نُفُوسٌ. (Msb.) b2: A man. (K.) نَسِيمٌ A gentle wind; a gentle gale: a breeze. b2: The commencement of any wind before it becomes strong: (AHn, M:) or a pleasant wind: (S:) or the breath of the wind: (Msb:) or the breath of the wind when weak; as also ↓ نَسَمٌ: or a wind from which comes a weak breath: pl. of both أَنْسَامٌ. (M.) b3: بَارِدُ النَّسِيمِ (tropical:) One who chills people: see ثَقِيلٌ. b4: نَسِيمٌ Odour, scent, sweet or disagreeable: see رَائِحَةٌ.

نَيْسَمٌ i. q.

نَيْسَبٌ.

مَنْسِمٌ The sole (بَاطِن) of the خُفّ: or, to a camel, the same as the سُنْبُك to the horse; (Msb;) [i. e., the toe, or nail, or edge of the fore part of the foot, of a camel: see ظُفُرٌ:] the extremity of the خُفّ of the camel and ostrich and elephant, and of the solid hoof: or each of the two nails (ظُفْراَنِ) of the camel, that are upon [each of] his fore-feet: or it is, to a she-camel, like the ظُفْر to a man: (M:) or the خُفّ of the camel, (S, K,) and of the ostrich. (As, S.) b2: [Also, (assumed tropical:) The toe of a human being: see a verse cited voce جَذَا, art. جذو.]

نسو and نسى 1 see 6.6 تَنَاسَاهُ He pretended that he had forgotten it: (S, KL, * TA:) and (TA) he forgot it; (MA, KL, * TA;) like ↓ نَسِيَهُ: (TA:) [or] he constrained himself to dismiss it from his mind. (MA.) b2: تُنُوسِىَ It (a word or the like) was forgotten by degrees. (Occurring often in the larger Lexicons.) النَّسَا [vulg. عِرْقُ النَّسَا, app. The sciatic vein;] the portion, in the thigh, of the vein (عِرْق) which, in the back, is called the وَتِين, and which extends to the shank, where it is called the صَافِن: (IAth, TA, voce أَبْهَرُ:) or the صاَفِن and عرق النسا are two branches of one عِرْق [or vein]: (Ibn-Seenà, vol. i. book iii. p. 608: [where the opening of each of these to let blood is mentioned:]) [in a solid-hoofed animal,] النسا is a vein (عِرْق) proceeding from the hip, or haunch, lying within each thigh, then passing by the hock, so as to reach the hoof: when the breast is fat, each of its thighs becomes cleft by two large portions of flesh, and the نسا runs between them, and is apparent. (S.) [In the present day it seems to be applied by some to the sciatic nerve: and عِرْقُ النَّسَا, as also النَسَا alone, often signifies sciatica, or hip-gout: see نِقْرِسٌ and also شَنِجٌ.

مُنْسِيهَا for مَنْسِئِهَا: see a verse cited voce عُقْبَةٌ.
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