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

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4344. نضر17 4345. نضل16 4346. نضو10 4347. نطأ1 4348. نطب8 4349. نطح154350. نطر11 4351. نطس13 4352. نطش6 4353. نطع15 4354. نطف17 4355. نطق15 4356. نطل13 4357. نطم3 4358. نطو6 4359. نظر18 4360. نظف17 4361. نظم15 4362. نعب14 4363. نعت14 4364. نعث6 4365. نعج13 4366. نعر15 4367. نعس16 4368. نعش14 4369. نعظ8 4370. نعق15 4371. نعل17 4372. نعم23 4373. نعو6 4374. نغ2 4375. نغب11 4376. نغت4 4377. نغث3 4378. نغر15 4379. نغص12 4380. نغض16 4381. نغف13 4382. نغق11 4383. نغل15 4384. نغم12 4385. نغو4 4386. نفأ7 4387. نفت8 4388. نفث18 4389. نفج13 4390. نفخ15 4391. نفد16 4392. نفذ19 4393. نفر20 4394. نفز9 4395. نفس21 4396. نفش18 4397. نفض16 4398. نفط15 4399. نفع14 4400. نفق21 4401. نفل20 4402. نفى5 4403. نقب24 4404. نقت6 4405. نقث8 4406. نقح15 4407. نقخ9 4408. نقد15 4409. نقذ15 4410. نقر19 4411. نقرس11 4412. نقز14 4413. نقس17 4414. نقش16 4415. نقص19 4416. نقض20 4417. نقط13 4418. نقع19 4419. نقف13 4420. نقل16 4421. نقلس2 4422. نقم17 4423. نقه13 4424. نقى2 4425. نكأ11 4426. نكب16 4427. نكت14 4428. نكث17 4429. نكح14 4430. نكد16 4431. نكر17 4432. نكز11 4433. نكس19 4434. نكش12 4435. نكص15 4436. نكع9 4437. نكف17 4438. نكل19 4439. نكه14 4440. نكى5 4441. نلج1 4442. نلك5 4443. نم6 Prev. 100




1 نَطَحَهُ, aor. نَطِحَ and نَطَحَ, (S, K,) inf. n. نَطْحٌ, (S,) He (a ram, S, L, and the like, L) smote him with his horn. (K.) b2: مَا نَطَحَتْ فِيهِ جَمَّآءَ ذَاتُ قَرْنٍ [A horned animal did not smite with its horn for him a hornless ewe]: a proverb, said of him who has perished unavenged. (L.) [See also Freytag's Arab. Prov., ii. 507.] b3: نَطَحَهُ عَنْهُ (tropical:) He pushed him, or thrust him, away from him, and removed him. (A.) 3 نَاطَحَا, inf. n. نِطَاحٌ (L, Msb) and مُنَاطَحَةٌ, (Msb,) They two (rams or he-goats) smote each other with their horns. (L.) b2: بَيْنَهُمَا نِطَاحٌ (tropical:) [Between them two is a contention like that of two rams]; said of two learned men, and of two merchants. (A.) b3: جَرَى لَنَا فِى السُّوقِ نِطَاحٌ (tropical:) [There happened to us in the market a contention like that of two rams]. (A.) b4: [نَاطَحَهُ He, or it, faced, or was or came opposite to him, or it]: نِطَاحٌ is syn. with مُقَابَلَةٌ in the dial. of El-Hijáz. (TA.) 6 تَنَاْطَحَ see 8. b2: تَنَاطَحَتِ الأَمْوَاجُ, and السُّيُولُ, (tropical:) [The waves, and the torrents, conflicted, or dashed together.] (A.) 8 انتطحتِ الكِبَاشُ, and ↓ تناطحت, (S, K,) The rams smote one another with their horns. (K.) b2: لَا يَنْطِحُ فِيهَا عَنْزَانِ [Two she-goats will not, in it, smite each other with their horns]: i. e., two weak persons will not encounter each other in it: alluding to a case in which there will not happen any discord or contention. (L, from a trad.) نَطُوحٌ: see نَطَّاحٌ.

نَطِيحٌ Smitten with the horn and so killed: fem. with ة: (L, K:) pl. نَطْحَى (L) and نَطَائِحُ: (Lh, L:) you say also نَعْجَةٌ نَطِيحٌ, as well as نطيحة. (L.) b2: Also نَطِيحَةٌ A sheep or goat (Az) smitten with the horn and so killed. (Az, S,) and of which the flesh is therefore unlawful to be eaten: (Az:) the ة is added because it is made a subst., not an epithet: (Az:) or because the quality of a subst. predominates in it, as in the case of فَرِيسَةٌ and أَكِيلَةٌ and رَمِيَّةٌ. (S.) b3: نَطِيحٌ and ↓ نَاطِحٌ (tropical:) What comes to thee from before thee, (or faces thee, L,) of birds and wild animals (S, L, K) &c., which one rouses by throwing a stone or by crying out, and from the course of which one augurs evil or good: (L:) contr. of قَعِيدٌ. (S.) [The نطيح or ↓ ناطح is of evil omen.] b4: Hence, (TA,) نَطِيحٌ (tropical:) An unfortunate, or unlucky, man. (K.) b5: نَطِيحٌ A horse having a blaze, or white mark on his face, extending to one of his ears, which is deemed unlucky: (L:) or a horse having on his forehead two circular or spiral curls of hair (دَائِرَتَانِ), which are disliked: (S, L, K:) if there be but one, it is called دَائِرَةُ اللَّطَاةِ; and this is not disliked; (S;) or it is called لَطْمَةٌ; and the horse, لَطِيمٌ. (L.) كَبْشٌ نَطَّاحٌ [A ram that smites much with his horn]: (S:) and ↓ نَطُوحٌ [signifies the same: and] is applied to a man [app. as meaning who pushes, thrusts, or repels, much, or vehemently]. (IAar, TA in art. ردس.) دَائِرَةُ النَّاطِحِ A certain circular or spiral curl of hair on a horse, which is deemed unlucky. (L.) [See نَطِيحٌ.] b2: نَاطِحٌ (tropical:) A difficulty; a distressing event; an affliction; a calamity: pl. نَوَاطِحُ. (S, K.) Ex. أَصَابَهُ نَاطِحٌ A difficulty, or distressing event, befell him. (S.) نَوَاطِحُ الدَّهْرِ The difficulties, &c., of fortune. (S.) b3: النَّطْحُ وَالنَّاطِحُ (tropical:) [The two stars called] الشَّرَطَانِ, [q. v.,] which are [the two stars in] the two horns of Aries: (S, K:) [the first of the Mansions of the Moon: the latter is b, and the former a:] ISd says, that ↓ النَّطْحُ is a star which is one of the Mansions of the Moon, and from [the auroral rising of] which one augurs evil: and IAar says, that one says, نَطْحٌ and النَّطْحُ, without and with ال; and the like in the case of the name of any of the Mansions of the Moon. (TA.) The Arabs said إِذَا طَلَعَ النَّطْحُ طَابَ السَّطْحُ (tropical:) [When En-Nat-h rises aurorally, the house-top becomes pleasant as a place on which to sit in the evening, or on which to sleep]. (A.) b4: مَا لَهُ نَاطِحٌ وَلَا خَابِطٌ He has neither sheep, or goat, nor camel. (S, K.)
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