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4612. هلك19 4613. هلم12 4614. هم7 4615. همأ6 4616. همت2 4617. همج124618. همد17 4619. همذ8 4620. همر14 4621. همرج5 4622. همرجل5 4623. همز16 4624. همس19 4625. همش8 4626. همل14 4627. هملج9 4628. هن6 4629. هنأ12 4630. هنب9 4631. هنبت3 4632. هنبر6 4633. هنتب3 4634. هند9 4635. هندب7 4636. هندز6 4637. هندس10 4638. هنر5 4639. هنع7 4640. هنف10 4641. هنقب3 4642. هنم11 4643. هوأ9 4644. هوب7 4645. هوت10 4646. هوث3 4647. هوج11 4648. هود19 4649. هوذ8 4650. هور16 4651. هوس12 4652. هوش17 4653. هوع13 4654. هول14 4655. هوم14 4656. هون16 4657. هوى10 4658. هى1 4659. هيأ14 4660. هيب15 4661. هيت15 4662. هيث8 4663. هيج12 4664. هيد13 4665. هير8 4666. هيش8 4667. هيض12 4668. هيط8 4669. هيف12 4670. هيق9 4671. هيل16 4672. هيم16 4673. هين6 4674. هيه9 4675. و10 4676. وأ3 4677. وأب6 4678. وأد13 4679. وأر7 4680. وأل13 4681. وأم13 4682. وأى5 4683. وب1 4684. وبأ16 4685. وبت3 4686. وبخ11 4687. وبد8 4688. وبر17 4689. وبش14 4690. وبص13 4691. وبل16 4692. وبه9 4693. وبى1 4694. وت2 4695. وتا1 4696. وتب2 4697. وتح9 4698. وتد18 4699. وتر21 4700. وتن13 4701. وتى1 4702. وث1 4703. وثا1 4704. وثب14 4705. وثج7 4706. وثر15 4707. وثق17 4708. وثم8 4709. وثن16 4710. وثى1 4711. وج2 Prev. 100
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1 همج, [app. هَمِجَ, aor. هَمَجَ,] inf. n. هَمَجٌ, He hungered; was hungry. (L.) b2: هَمَجَتِ الإِبِلُ مِنَ المَآءِ, (S, K,) aor. هَمُجَ, inf. n. هَمْجٌ, (S,) The camels drank of the water at one draught, (S, K,) until they satisfied their thirst. (S.) 4 اهمج, (inf. n. إِهْمَاجٌ, TA,) He (a horse, S, K, or other animal that runs, Lh,) strove or exerted himself, in his running, (S, K,) and then ran impetuously, so as to raise the dust. (TA.) هَمَجٌ Hunger: or (in the K, and) bad management of the means of subsistence. (S, K.) ↓ هَمَجٌ هَامِجٌ [Severe hunger: or very bad management of the means of subsistence:] (S, K:) the latter word is added to give intensiveness to the signification; (TA;) or to corroborate; (S, K;) as in the case of لَيْلٌ لَائِلٌ. (S.) b2: هَمَجٌ Small flies, like gnats, that fall upon the faces of sheep or goats, and asses, (S, K,) and into their eyes: (S:) or gnats; so called from هَمَجٌ signifying “ hunger; ” because when they are hungry they live, but when they become satiated they die: or صِغَار الدَّوَابِّ: (L:) [but this is evidently a mistake for صِغَارُ الذُّبَابِ the young ones, or little ones, of flies:]) or any grubs that burst forth from flies or from gnats: (Lth, A:) pl. of هَمَجَةٌ, (S,) [or rather this is the n. un. of هَمَجٌ, which is a coll. gen. n.]. b3: هَمَجٌ Lean sheep or goats: (K:) [a coll. gen. n.,] n. un. with ة. (S, K.) b4: هَمَجٌ (tropical:) Stupid, or foolish, men; or men of little sense: (K:) or stupid, or foolish, young men of the meaner sort: (S:) or simply young men of the meaner sort: or mixed and low set of men: or disorderly vagabonds: (TA:) you say also رَجُلٌ هَمَجٌ and هَمَجَةٌ a stupid, or foolish, man; and رِجَالٌ هَمَجٌ, and أَهْمَاجٌ: (TA:) or هَمَجَةٌ signifies a stupid, or foolish, man, who has not firm command of himself. (Aboo-Sa'eed.) b5: هَمَجٌ Old and weak ewes: (K:) [a coll. gen. n.,] n. un. with ة: which also signifies simply a ewe. (TA.) b6: قَوْمٌ هَمَجٌ A people in whom is no good. (TA.) b7: ↓ هَمَجٌ هَامِجٌ Young men of the meaner sort; like هَمَجٌ alone: and a mixed set of men who have no intelligence nor manliness. (TA.) هَمِيجٌ A doe-antelope scared, or frightened, by [the small flies called] هَمَجٌ: (S:) a young doe-antelope, (K,) of beautiful body: (L:) one lank in the belly: or one that has two streaks of a colour different from that of the rest of the body in [the two parts called] the طُرَّتَانِ: (K:) or one that has two such streaks on her back; which is only the case in such as are white; and also applied to the male: (TA:) or one that has been attacked by a pain in consequence of which her face has become flabby. (K.) هَامِجٌ: see هَمَجٌ. b2: (tropical:) [A people] left to mix tumultuously, one part with another. (K.) [The explanation seems to be borrowed from the Kur, xviii. 99.]
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