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

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4505. هبخ6 4506. هبد10 4507. هبذ6 4508. هبر11 4509. هبش11 4510. هبط194511. هبع7 4512. هبل12 4513. هبو10 4514. هت7 4515. هتأ6 4516. هتر17 4517. هتك14 4518. هث6 4519. هثر1 4520. هج8 4521. هجأ6 4522. هجب3 4523. هجد17 4524. هجر23 4525. هجس16 4526. هجع16 4527. هجل12 4528. هجم16 4529. هجن17 4530. هجو11 4531. هد7 4532. هدأ14 4533. هدب17 4534. هدبد6 4535. هدج12 4536. هدر18 4537. هدف15 4538. هدل15 4539. هدم19 4540. هدمل6 4541. هدن18 4542. هدى12 4543. هذ6 4544. هذأ6 4545. هذب14 4546. هذر15 4547. هذرب3 4548. هذلم4 4549. هذى4 4550. هر8 4551. هرا7 4552. هرب16 4553. هربذ5 4554. هرت14 4555. هرث4 4556. هرج16 4557. هرجب5 4558. هرجل6 4559. هرح1 4560. هرد11 4561. هردب6 4562. هرس17 4563. هرش15 4564. هرشب3 4565. هرشف7 4566. هرطل5 4567. هرق16 4568. هرل6 4569. هرم17 4570. هرمت4 4571. هرن7 4572. هرنصن1 4573. هرى2 4574. هز7 4575. هزأ13 4576. هزب8 4577. هزبر7 4578. هزج15 4579. هزر14 4580. هزرب2 4581. هزع12 4582. هزل20 4583. هزلج5 4584. هزم17 4585. هزمج3 4586. هسب3 4587. هش9 4588. هشم17 4589. هصب3 4590. هصر15 4591. هض5 4592. هضب15 4593. هضم18 4594. هطل14 4595. هف5 4596. هفت14 4597. هق6 4598. هقب6 4599. هقر6 4600. هقع11 4601. هك5 4602. هل10 4603. هلب15 4604. هلبث5 Prev. 100




1 هَبَطَ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. هَبِطَ and هَبُطَ, (Msb, K,) but the latter is of rare occurrence, (Msb,) inf. n. هُبُوطٌ, (S, K,) of that whereof the aor. is هَبِطَ, and of that whereof the aor. is هَبُطَ; (TA;) or of the latter only, that of the former being هَبْطٌ; (Msb;) He, or it, (said of water &c., Msb,) descended: (S, Msb, K:) and ↓ تهبّط he descended, or went down, or went down a declivity; and it sloped down; syn. إِنْحَدَرَ; (TA;) and ↓ انهبط signifies the same as this last; or (assumed tropical:) he became lowered, or degraded; syn. إِنْحَطَّ; (K;) being quasi-pass. of ↓ أَهْبَطَهُ, (S, TA,) and it may be also of هَبَطَهُ, as is said in the M. (TA.) You say, هَبَطْنَا فِى

حَدُورٍ صَعْبَةٍ [We descended a difficult declivity]. (A, in art. حدر.) And هَبَطَ الوَادِىَ, (Bd, ii. 58, and Msb,) [as though it were trans., for فِى

الوَادِى,] inf. n. هُبُوطٌ, (Msb,) We descended into the valley. (Bd, Msb.) And هَبَطَ مِنْهُ He came forth from it. (Bd, ubi supra.) It is said in the Kur, ii. 58, إِهْبِطُوا مِصْرًا Descend ye into Misr: (Bd:) accord. to one reading, أُهْبُطُوا. (Bd, TA.) You say also هَبَطَ بَلَدَ كَذَا He entered such a town or country. (K.) and هَبَطْتُ مِنْ مَوْضِعٍ إِلَى مَوْضِعٍ I removed him from a place to a place. (Msb.) b2: هَبْطٌ also signifies (tropical:) The falling into evil: (K, TA:) and (tropical:) the being, or becoming, low, abject, mean, or vile: (TA:) and (tropical:) the suffering loss, or diminution. (K, TA.) You say, هَبَطَ مِنْ مَنْزِلَتِهِ (tropical:) He fell from his honourable station. (TA.) [See also 7, mentioned above.] And هَبَطَ فُلَانٌ (tropical:) Such a one became low, abject, mean, or vile. (TA.) and هَبَطَ مِنَ الخَشْيَةِ (tropical:) He became mean, or abject, and lowly, or submissive, from fear (TA.) [See Kur, ii. 69.] And هَبَطَ القَوْمُ, aor. هَبِطَ, (tropical:) The people, or company of men, became in a state of abasement and diminution. (TA.) Whence the trad., (TA,) أَللّٰهُمَّ غَبْطًا لَا هَبْطًا, (S, TA,) i. e. نَسْأَلُكَ الغِبْطَةَ وَنَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ أَنْ نَهْبِطَ عَنْ حَالِنَا ((tropical:) O God, we ask of Thee a good state, or condition, and we put our trust in Thee for preservation that we may not become brought down from our state]: (S.) mentioned [and explained] before, in art. غبط, q. v. (TA.) [But in this instance, هَبْطًا may be regarded as the inf. n. of the trans. v. to be mentioned below.] You say also, هَبَطَتْ إِبِلِى

وَغَنَمِى, aor. ??, inf. n. هُنُوطٌ, (assumed tropical:) My camels, and my sheep, or goats, suffered loss, or diminution: and in the same sense هَبَطَ is said of flesh, and of fat, and of fatness. (TA.) And هَبَطَ ثَمَنُ السِّلْعَةِ (tropical:) The price of the commodity, or article of merchandise, became diminished, or lessened, (S, Msb, K, TA.) below its former full rate; (Msb;) became lowered, or abated. (TA.) And هَبَطَ العِدْلُ (assumed tropical:) The counterpoising portion of the load became adjusted or arranged, made even, or made easy, upon the camel. (TA.) A2: هَبَطَهُ, (S, Msb. K.) aor. هَبُطَ, (K,) inf. n. هَبْطٌ, (S,) He made him, or it, (namely water. &c., Msb,) to descend: (S, Msb, K;) [he sent, or east, him, or it, down;] as also ↓ اهبطهُ. (K.) You say, السَّنَةُ إِلَى ↓ أَهْبَطَتْهُمُ الأَمْصَارِ [The year of dearth, or drought, caused them to go down to the cities, or great towns]. (A, in art. حسر.) And هَبَطَهُ بَلَدَ كَذَا He, or it, caused him to enter such a town or country. (K.) [And هَبَطَ بِهِ عَلَى مَكَانٍ He, or it, made him to alight upon a place: see an ex. voce زَحَّ.] b2: (tropical:) He lowered him, or degraded him, from his state, or condition; (Fr;) as also ↓ اهبطهُ; (Fr, S;) i. e., God did so; (Fr;) or a man: (S:) it (time, or fortune,) caused his wealth, and his goodness or beneficence, to go away, after he had abounded therein. (TA.) b3: هَبَطَ المَرَضُ لَحْمَهُ (tropical:) The disease rendered him lean; emaciated him: (S, K:) or diminished his flesh. (TA.) b4: هَبَطَ ثَمَنَ السِّلْعَةِ, (S, K.) inf. n. هَبْطٌ, (K,) (tropical:) He (God, K, or a man, S) diminished, or lessened, the price of the commodity, or article of merchandise; (S, K;) he lowered, or abated, it; (TA;) as also ↓ اهبطهُ, said of a man: (A 'Obeyd, S, M:) or هَبَطَ مِنَ الثَّمَنِ (assumed tropical:) he diminished somewhat from the price; and sometimes ↓ اهبطهُ is used in this sense. (Msb.) b5: هَبَطَ العِدْلَ (assumed tropical:) He adjusted or arranged, made even, or made easy, the counterpoising portion of the load upon the camel (TA.) b6: هَبَطَ فُلَانًا He beat, or struck, such a one. (K.) 4 أَهْبَطَ see هَبَطَهُ, in five places.5 تَهَبَّطَ see هَبَطَ, first sentence.7 إِنْهَبَطَ see هَبَطَ, first sentence.

هَبْطَةٌ A low, or depressed, piece of land or ground; (Mgh, K;) contr. of صَعْدَةٌ. (Mgh.) هَبُوطٌ A declivity, or declinal place, a place of descent, or by which one descends, (S, Msb, K;) a place which brings one down from a higher to a lower place. (Az, TA.) هَبيطٌ (tropical:) Lean, or emaciated, by reason of disease; as also ↓ مَهْبُوطٌ: (K:) both are applied to a camel, signifying whose fatness has become diminished; as also ↓ هَابِطٌ: (TA:) and the first, to a she-camel, signifying lean, and lank in the belly; (AO, S;) or to a wild bull, to which a she-camel is likened in respect of her swiftness, and her briskness, liveliness, or sprightliness (IB:) and ↓ the second signifies rendered lean. or emaciated, by disease, so that his flesh quivers. (TA.) هَابِطٌ [act. part. n. of 1, both intrans. and trans.] The rájiz says, مَا رَاعَِنى إِلَّا جَنَاحٌ هَابِطَا عَلَى البُيُوت قَوْطَهُ العُلَابِطَا [Nothing surprised me but the wolf sending down upon the tents his flock of sheep, or goats, fifty or more in number]: he means مُهْبِطًا قَوْطَهُ: so says ISd: or he may mean هَابِطًا عَلَى قَوْطِهِ [descending upon his flock, &c.]; making هابطا trans by ellipsis: (TA:) جناح, in this verse, is the name of a wolf. (TA, in art. جنح.) b2: See also هَبِيطٌ.

مَهْبِطُ الوَحْىِ [The place of descent of revelation;] a name of Mekkah. (Msb, TA) مَهْبُوطٌ (tropical:) A man whose state, or condition has become unsound. (TA.) b2: See also هَبيطٌ, in two places.
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