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1 ناخَ: see 10.2 نَوَّخَ اللّٰهُ الأَرْضَ طَرُوقَةً لِلْمَآءِ (assumed tropical:) God made, or may God make, the land capable of receiving the water [of the rain so as to be impregnated, or fertilized, or soaked, thereby]: expl. by جَعَلَهَا مِمَّا تُطِيقُهُ. (S.) b2: See 4.4 اناخ (S, L, Msb) and ↓ نوّخ (L, Msb) He (a man) made a camel to lie down upon his breast [with his legs folded, as is done on the occasions of mounting and dismounting, &c.] (S, L, Msb.) Also, ↓ تنوّخ (S, L, K) and اناخ (K) and ↓ استناخ (L) He (a stallion-camel) made a she-camel to do so in order that he might (??) (S, K.) or made her do so and then covered her. (L.) b2: اناخ بِهِ البَلَآءُ وَالذُّلُّ (tropical:) [Trial, or affliction, and abasement, befell him]. (A.) 5 تَنَوَّخَ see 4. b2: and 10.10 إِسْتَنْوَخَ see 4. b2: Also, استناخ (S, L, Msb) and ↓ تنوّخ (L, Msb) He (a camel) lay down upon his breast [with his legs folded]. (S, L, Msb.) Also, استناخت and ↓ تنوّخت She (a camel) did so in order to be covered by the stallion. (K.) It is said that one should not use, in the sense of the quasi-pass. of the trans. v. اناخ, the form ↓ نَاخَ, nor ↓ اناخ: (Msb:) but the authors on verbs mention اناخ in a neuter sense; and IAar says, that one says اناخ, but not ناخ: (MF:) or IAar says, البَعِيرُ ↓ تنوّخ, but not ناخ nor اناخ: (L:) [and F says, that] one should not say, in the sense of استناخت and ↓ تنوّخت as explained above, either ناخت or اناخت. (K.) نَوْخَةٌ A remaining, staying, abiding, or dwelling, in a place. (L, K.) نَائِخَةٌ A distant land: (K:) or it is [correctly]

نَائِخَةٌ, with ب. (TA.) مَنَاخٌ: see مُنَاخٌ.

مُنَاخٌ A place in which camels are made to lie down upon their breasts, [with their legs folded]; (Msb:) a place where they so lie; (K;) a nightly resting-place of camels. (Msb, voce مُرَاحٌ) to a trad. in which it occurs, accord to one relation it is ↓ مَنَاخٌ. (TA.) b2: Also, A time at which camels so lie. (MF.) b3: Also, pass. part. n. of اناخ; and used as an inf. n. of that verb, like إِنَاخَةٌ. (MF.) b4: هٰذَا مُنَاخُ سَوْءٍ (tropical:) This is a disagreeable place. (A.) المُنِيخُ The lion. (K)
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