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

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4573. هرى2 4574. هز7 4575. هزأ13 4576. هزب8 4577. هزبر8 4578. هزج164579. هزر15 4580. هزرب2 4581. هزع13 4582. هزل21 4583. هزلج6 4584. هزم18 4585. هزمج3 4586. هسب3 4587. هش9 4588. هشم18 4589. هصب4 4590. هصر16 4591. هض5 4592. هضب16 4593. هضم19 4594. هطل15 4595. هف5 4596. هفت15 4597. هق6 4598. هقب7 4599. هقر6 4600. هقع12 4601. هك5 4602. هل10 4603. هلب16 4604. هلبث5 4605. هلبج5 4606. هلت8 4607. هلث7 4608. هلج13 4609. هلجب3 4610. هلقب3 4611. هلقت2 4612. هلك20 4613. هلم13 4614. هم7 4615. همأ6 4616. همت3 4617. همج13 4618. همد18 4619. همذ9 4620. همر15 4621. همرج6 4622. همرجل5 4623. همز17 4624. همس20 4625. همش9 4626. همل15 4627. هملج10 4628. هن6 4629. هنأ12 4630. هنب10 4631. هنبت4 4632. هنبر7 4633. هنتب4 4634. هند10 4635. هندب7 4636. هندز7 4637. هندس11 4638. هنر5 4639. هنع8 4640. هنف11 4641. هنقب3 4642. هنم11 4643. هوأ9 4644. هوب8 4645. هوت11 4646. هوث3 4647. هوج12 4648. هود20 4649. هوذ8 4650. هور17 4651. هوس13 4652. هوش18 4653. هوع14 4654. هول15 4655. هوم15 4656. هون17 4657. هوى10 4658. هى1 4659. هيأ14 4660. هيب16 4661. هيت16 4662. هيث9 4663. هيج13 4664. هيد14 4665. هير9 4666. هيش9 4667. هيض13 4668. هيط9 4669. هيف13 4670. هيق10 4671. هيل17 4672. هيم17 Prev. 100




1 هَزِجَ, aor. هَزَجَ, (S, K,) inf. n. هَزَجٌ; (L;) He sang in a certain manner, with trilling, or quavering; as also ↓ تهزّج; (S, K;) and ↓ هزّج: (K:) or ↓ تهزّج signifies he reiterated, or made to reciprocate, the graceful modulations of his voice: or prolonged his voice, without elevating it: (Aboo-Is-hák, L:) or هَزَجٌ does not at all signify trilling, or quavering; and therefore IAar has applied هَزِجٌ as an epithet to a dog that barks much. (L.) b2: He read, or recited, with a prolonging and trilling of the voice, making the sounds to follow closely, one upon another; as also ↓ تهزّج. (TA.) 2 هزّج الصَّوْتَ, inf. n. تهْزِيجٌ, He (a singer [or a reader or reciter]), made the sounds of the voice to be closely consecutive, and uttered in a light and quick manner. (L.) b2: هزّج صَوْتَهُ, and ↓ تهزّجهُ, [the latter app. a mistake for تهزّج فِيهِ,] He made the sounds of his voice to be closely consecutive, or near together. (TA.) b3: See 1.4 اهزج He (a poet) composed, or uttered, verses of the metre termed الهَزَج. (K.) 5 تهزّجت القَوْسُ (tropical:) The bow twanged, on the archer's loosing the string after drawing it. (S, K, TA.) b2: See 1, and 2.

هَزَجٌ (tropical:) The twanging of a bow, on the archer's loosing the string after drawing it; and of a lutestring: in the TA, i. q. رَنّةٌ: pl. أَهْزَاجٌ and pl. pl. أَهَازِيجُ: or perhaps this latter is a pl. of which the sing. is ↓ أُهْزُوجَةٌ, like as أَرَاجِيزُ is pl. of أُرْجُوزَةٌ: and the twanging of a bow-string or lute-string may be likened to an ode or a song of the metre termed الهَزَج, which is perhaps, judging from analogy, the proper signification of اهزوجة.]

لِلْعُودِ وَالقَوْسِ أَهَازِيجُ (tropical:) [To the lute and the bow there are twangings]. (A.) El-Kumeyt says, [speaking of a bow,] لَمْ يَعِبْ رَبُّهَا وَلَا النَّاسُ مِنْهَا غَيْرَ إِنْذَارِهَا عَلَيْهِ الحَمِيرَا بِأَهَازِيجَ مِنْ أَغَانِيِّهَا الجُشِ وَإِتْبَاعِهَا النَّحِيبَ الزَّفِيرَا [Neither its owner nor the people imputed a fault to any of its properties, except its warning the (wild) asses of his presence by the twangings of its harsh singings, and its causing a groaning sound to follow the loud, or prolonged, wailing]. (S.) b2: هَزَجٌ One of the modes of singing (الأَغَانِىّ), in which is a trilling, or quavering: (S, K:) pl. أَهْزَاجٌ. (L.) [But see 1.] b3: A voice that excites lively emotions of joy or grief. (K.) b4: A fine, or delicate, and elevated, voice. (TA.) b5: A voice in which is hoarseness, or harshness. (K.) b6: Any speech of which the component parts are closely consecutive, or near together, (K,) uttered in a light, or quick, manner: pl. as above. (L.) b7: الهَزَجٌ The name of a certain kind of metre of verse; (S, K;) consisting of four feet, each of the measure مَفَاعِيلُنْ: originally of six feet, like the رَجَز and the رَمَل, in each of which, [as in the هَزَج,] each foot consists of one element of the kind termed وَتِدٌ مَجْمُوعٌ, and of two elements of the kind termed سَبَبٌ خَفِيفٌ: so called because of the mutual nearness of its component parts. (TA.) b8: هَزَجٌ Lightness, or agility. (TA.) b9: Quickness in the falling, and putting down, of the legs [upon the ground]. (TA.) b10: (tropical:) The sound of thunder. (S.) b11: (assumed tropical:) The buzzing of flies. (L.) هَزِجٌ A singer [or reader or reciter] who prolongs his voice, with trilling, or quavering, making the sounds to follow close, one upon another. (A.) b2: هَزِجُ العَسِىِّ, occurring in a verse of 'Antarah, cited voce دَفٌّ, The cat that cries for food at supper-time: (EM, p. 233:) or the dog that barks much in the evening; meaning, in the night: or buzzing flies in the evening. (L.) b3: هَزِجٌ A child, and a horse, whose legs fall, or are put down, quickly [upon the ground]. (TA.) b4: (tropical:) Sounding thunder, as also ↓ مُتَهَزَِّجٌ. (L.) b5: (tropical:) A twanging lute [and bow]. (A.) b6: (tropical:) A cloud sounding with thunder. (A.) b7: هَزِجُ الصَّوْتِ, and ↓ هُزَامِجُهُ, One who makes the sounds of his voice to follow close, one upon another. (L.) هَزْمَجَةٌ Uninterrupted speech or language. (K.) b2: Confusion of voice or sound beyond measure; (K;) as also هَزْلَجَةٌ. (K, TA, art. هزلج.) b3: [The م is an augmentative letter: see هُزَامِجٌ.]

هُزَامِجٌ A voice, or the like, of which the sounds are closely consecutive. The م is an augmentative letter. (S, K.) b2: صَوْتٌ هُزَامِجٌ A confused voice or sound. The sound so called is less than what is termed رُغَآءٌ. (L.) b3: [See also هَزجٌ.]

أُهْزُوجَةٌ: see هَزَجٌ.

مُتَهَزِّجٌ: see هَزِجٌ.
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