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4373. نعو6 4374. نغ2 4375. نغب11 4376. نغت4 4377. نغث3 4378. نغر154379. 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 4444. نمأ5 4445. نمت4 4446. نمذج5 4447. نمر16 4448. نمس20 4449. نمش15 4450. نمص12 4451. نمط15 4452. نمغ8 4453. نمل18 4454. نمى6 4455. نه1 4456. نهأ8 4457. نهب16 4458. نهت8 4459. نهج17 4460. نهد14 4461. نهر19 4462. نهز15 4463. نهس17 4464. نهش13 4465. نهض12 4466. نهق14 4467. نهك14 4468. نهل14 4469. نهم15 4470. نهى9 4471. نوأ13 4472. نوب16 Prev. 100
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1 نَغِرَتِ القِدْرُ, (S, K, TA,) aor. نَغَرَ; and نَغَرَت (K, and so in a copy of the A,) aor. نَغِرَ; and نَغَرَت, aor. نَغَرَ; (K;) inf. n. نَغَرٌ (IKtt, K) [of the first] and نَغْرٌ (IKtt, TA) and نَغَرَانٌ (K, TA) and نَغِيرٌ, (TA,) The cooking-pot boiled; estuated; became in a state of violent commotion; syn. غَلَت, (As, S, IKtt, A, L,) and فَارَت. (As, K.) A2: Hence, (TA,) نَغِرَ الرَّجُلُ, (S,) or نَغَرَ, (so in a copy of the A,) (tropical:) The man became angry, or vehemently or most vehemently angry, or affected with latent anger without power to exercise it: (S, A:) or his inside boiled by reason of such anger: (As, S:) and نَغِرَ عَلَيْهِ, aor. نَغَرَ; and نَغَرَ, aor. نَغِرَ; and نَغَرَ, aor. نَغَرَ; (K;) the first of which is the most common; (TA;) inf. n. نَغَرٌ [of the first] and نَغَرانٌ; and ↓ تَنَغَّرَ; (K;) [after which last, in the CK, the word غَلَى, commencing the explanation, is omitted;] his inside boiled against him by reason of anger: (K:) or by reason of vehement or most vehement anger, or latent anger without power to exercise it: (TA:) or (so accord. to the TA; but in the K, and) عَلَيْهِ ↓ تنغّر he became changed, or altered, to him, and threatened him with evil: (ISk, S, K, TA:) and نَغِرَ, aor. نَغَرَ, inf. n. نَغَرٌ, also signifies he held enmity in his heart, watching for an opportunity to indulge it; or he hid enmity and violent hatred in his heart; or he bore rancour, malevolence, malice, or spite. (TA.) 5 تَنَغَّرَ see 1, in two places.6 تَنَاعُرٌ i. q. تَنَاكُرٌ [app. meaning, (tropical:) The behaving with mutual enmity or hostility]. (K.) نَغِرٌ (tropical:) [Angry or vehemently or most vehemently angry, or affected with latent anger without power to exercise it: as is implied in the S: or] having his inside boiling by reason of anger: (S, * K:) and [it is said that] إِمْرَأَةٌ نَغِرَةٌ signifies a woman very jealous; syn. غَيْرَى: (K:) [but] it is related in a trad. of 'Alee, that a woman came to him and told him that her husband had illicit intercourse with her female slave; whereupon he said, “If thou be speaker of truth, we stone him; and if thou be a speaker of falsehood, we whip thee: ” and she said, رُدُّونِى إِلَى أَهْلِى غَيْرَى نَغِرَةً, (S, TA,) meaning, [Restore ye me to my family, very jealous,] with my inside boiling by reason of anger, or vehement or most vehement anger, or latent anger without power to exercise it: this is the explanation given by As: and ISd says, that he holds نغرة to signify here angry, not very jealous; since it is related that an Arab said to a woman, أَغيْرَى أَنْتِ أَمْ نَغِرَةٌ [Art thou very jealous or angry?] (TA.) نُغَرٌ Certain birds like sparrows, (S,) or a species of sparrows, (Msb,) with red beaks: (S, Msb:) n. un. with ة: (S:) or the young ones of sparrows: (K:) n. un. as above: (TA:) or the young ones of the sparrows; (Sh, Msb;) which you always see in a lean state: (Sh:) or [a species] of young sparrows: (TA:) or the bird called بُلْبُل: (Msb, K:) it is said that the people of El-Medeeneh call the بُلْبُل by the names of نُغَرٌ and حُمَّرَةٌ; and it is said to resemble the sparrow; and the fem. is with ة: (Msb:) or (TA; in the K, and) a species of the حُمَّر, (K, TA; in the CK, erroneously, حُمُر;) red in the beaks and in the lower parts of the أَحْنَاك [or portions beneath the beaks]: (TA:) or the males thereof: (K:) pl. نِغْرَانٌ, (S, Msb, K,) like as صِرْدَانٌ is pl. of صُرَدٌ. (S, Msb.) Its dim. is نُغَيْرٌ (S, Msb, K) occurring in a trad.; يَا أَبَا عُمَيْرْ مَا فَعَلَ النُّغَيْرْ [O Aboo-'Omeyr, what did the little nughar?]; (S, K;) said by Mohammad to a little child of Aboo-Talhah El-Ansáree, who had a bird, or birds, of this name, which died. (TA.) نُغْرُوقٌ See art. غرنق.
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