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1 نَهَبَ النَّهْبَ aor. نَهَبَ, and نَهُبَ; and نَهِبَهُ, aor. نَهَبَ; (inf. n. نَهْبٌ; TA;) and ↓ انتهبه; [and ↓ ناهبه;] He took the spoil, plunder, or booty. (K.) ↓ الاِنْتِهَابُ is The taking of spoil, plunder, or booty, by whomsoever will: you say ↓ أَنْهَبَ الرَّجُلُ مَالَهُ [the man allowed, or gave, his property to be taken as spoil], ↓ فَانْتَهَبُوهُ, and نَهَبُوهُ, and ↓ نَاهَبُوهُ, which all signify the same, [and they took it as spoil]. (S.) b2: نَهَبَهُ الكَلْبُ, aor. نَهَبَ, The dog seized him (a man) by the tendon of his heel. (S, K.) b3: نَهَبُوهُ; (S, K;) and ↓ ناهبوه, (K,) inf. n. مُنَاهَبَةٌ; (TA;) (tropical:) They carped at him in their speech, (S, K,) or, with their tongues, and spoke roughly, harshly, or coarsely, to him: [as though they plundered him of his good name]. (A.) 3 نَاْهَبَ see 1. b2: ناهب الفَرَسُ الفَرَسَ, inf. n. مُنَاهَبَةٌ, (tropical:) The [one] horse emulated, or contended with, the [other] horse in running. (TA: and agreeably with this the inf. n. is explained in the S and K.) b3: Used not only with reference to a horse. The Rájiz says, نَاهَبْتُهُمْ بِنَيْطَلٍ جَرُوفِ [I emulated them, or contended with them, with a bucket that took up much water]. (S.) See also 6.4 انهب الرَّجُلُ مَالَهُ (S) The man allowed, or gave, his property to be taken as spoil, plunder, or booty. (TA.) It is doubly trans.: you say أَنْهَبْتُ زَبْدًا المَالَ [I allowed Zeyd to take the property as spoil]. (Msb.) See 1. انهبهُ فُلَانًا He offered it, or exposed it, to such a one, [to be taken as spoil]. (TA.) 6 تناهب الفَرَسَانِ (tropical:) The two horses emulated, or contended with, each other. (TA.) See also 3. b2: تَنَاهَبَا المَآءَ i. q. تَجَاشَعَاهُ, q. v. (TA, in art. جشع.) b3: تَنَاهَبَتِ الإِبِلُ الأَرْضَ (tropical:) The camels took much of the ground with their legs: (K:) [app. meaning, took wide strides over it: not, as rendered by Golius, “multum pulveris pedibus suis rapuerunt; ” nor, as rendered by Freytag, “ multum terræ pedibus abstulerunt ”]. b4: الإِبِلُ يَنْهَبْنَ السُّرَى, and يَتَنَاهَبْنَهُ, [The camels perform the night-journey with large strides]: and [in like manner] تناهبتِ الأَرْضَ. Camels that do so are termed إِبِلٌ نَوَاهِبُ. (A.) 8 إِنْتَهَبَ see 1. b2: انتهب الفَرَسُ الشَّوْطَ (tropical:) The horse gained the winning-post; or won the race. (K, TA.) نَهْبٌ Spoil; plunder; booty; (S, K;) as also ↓ نُهْبَةٌ: (TA, art. خلس:) ex. أَتَى لَهُ بِنَهْبٍ he came to him with, or brought to him, spoil: (TA:) pl. نِهَابٌ (S, K) and نُهُوب: (Nh, &c:) ↓ نُهْبَى also signifies the same; and thus is similar to نُحْلَى, meaning عَطِيَّةٌ: and also signifies what is allowed, or given, to be taken as spoil, plunder, or booty; and thus is similar to عُمْرَى and رُقْبَى; (IAth;) and so ↓ نُهْبَةٌ (Msb) [and ↓ نُهَيْبَى and ↓ نُهَّيْبَى:] a man, named Fizr, said of some goats which he drove forth, هِىَ النُّهَّيْبَى, or النُّهَيْبَى, accord. to different readings; meaning that it was not allowable to any one person to take of them more than one (TA:) or نَهْبٌ signifies what is taken as spoil, plunder, or booty; or so taken by whomsoever will, of what is allowed to be so taken: syn. مَا انْتُهِبَ: (Lh, K:) and ↓ نُهْبَى, what is allowed to be so taken; syn. إِسْمُ مَا أُنْهِبَ: (S:) or what is taken as spoil, plunder, or booty; syn. إِسْمُ مَا نُهِبَ. (So in one copy of the S.) b2: [Hence] نَهْبٌ An incursion made into an enemy's territory for the sake of acquiring spoil, plunder, or booty; and a spoiling, or plundering. (TA.) A2: أَحْرَزْتُ نَهْبِى وَأَبْتَغِى النَّوَافِلَ, in a trad. of Aboo-Beker, means I have accomplished what I had to perform of the prayers termed الوِتْرُ before my sleeping, lest the occasion for my doing so should slip from me; and when I awake, I perform the prayers termed النوافل. (TA.) [He termed the وتر prayers نَهْبٌ because he performed them before the right time.]

A3: نَهْبٌ (tropical:) A kind of رَكْض [i. e., app., of running, with reference to a horse]. (Lh, K.) نُهْبَةٌ and ↓ نُهْبَى (Lh, Mgh, Msb, K) and ↓ نُهَيْبَى and نُهَّيْبَى (K) Spoil, plunder, or booty; a thing taken as spoil: (Mgh, Msb:) and also Spoliation; a taking of spoil, plunder, or booty: (Mgh:) substs. from نَهَبَ: (K:) and substs. in the sense of اِنْتِهَابٌ: (Lh, Mgh:) ↓ نُهْبَى is explained in the Towsheeh as signifying the taking of a Muslim's property by force: it is said, [of Mohammad,] in a trad., that he seattered some articles of property, and the people did not take them; so he asked them why they did not take; and they replied أَوَلَيْسَ قَدْ نَهَيْتَ عَنِ النُّهْبَى [Hast thou not forbidden spoliation?]; but he said إِنَّمَا نَهَيْتُ عَنْ نُهْبَى العَسَاكِرِ [I have only forbidden soldiers' spoliation]. (TA.) See نَهْبٌ.

نُهْبَى: see نَهْبٌ and نُهْبَةٌ.

نُهَيْبَى: see نَهْبٌ and نُهْبَةٌ.

نُهَّنْبَى: see نَهْبٌ and نُهْبَةٌ.

إِبِلٌ نَوَاهِبُ [pl. of نَاهِبٌ and نَاهِبَهٌ]: see 6.

مِنْهَبٌ A horse that excels in running: (K:) and in like manner an ass. (TA.) مَنْهُوبٌ What is sought, or sought after, quickly: syn. مَطْلُوبٌ مُعَجَّلٌ. (K.)
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