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1 مَا زَالَ يَهِيطُ, inf. n. هَيْطٌ; and مَا زَالَ فِى

هَيْطٍ وَمَيْطٍ; He ceased not to be engaged in crying out, or vociferating, or calling for aid or succour; and in evil, or mischief; and raising a clamour, or confused noise. (K.) IKtt says, that يهيط has no pret. (TA.) [See also 3.]3 هِيَاطٌ [in the senses assigned to it in what here follows] is an inf. n. of which the verb [هَايَطَ] is obsolete. (L.) You say, مَا زَالَ فِى

هِيَاطٍ وَمِيَاطٍ He ceased not to be in a state of approaching, or drawing near, and retiring to a distance: (K:) or هِيَاطٌ signifies the act of advancing: (Lh:) or هِيَاطٌ and مِيَاطٌ respectively signify the most vehement driving in coming to water, and the most vehement driving in returning from water; and the meaning is, going and coming: (Aboo-Tálib:) or both signify the being in a state of commotion, tumult, or disturbance; as some say, arising from their saying “ No, by God,” and “ Yes, by God: ” (TA:) [it is also said that] مُهَايَطَةٌ [which is likewise an inf. n. of مَايَطَ] signifies the act of crying out, or vociferating; and raising a clamour, or confused noise; [(see also 1;) and so, app., هِيَاطٌ; for it is immediately added,] one says, وَقَعَ القَوْمُ فِى

هِيَاطٍ وَمِيَاطٍ [as though meaning the people, or company of men, fell into vociferating, &c.]. (S.) بَيْنَهُمَا مُهَايَطَةٌ is also said to signify Between them two is low, faint, or gentle, speaking. (TA.) [See مِيَاطٌ.] b2: Accord. to IAar, هايطهُ signifies He esteemed him weak. (TA.) 6 تهايطوا They came together, or coalesced, and arranged, or adjusted, their affairs; (Fr., S, K;) contr. of تمايطوا. (Fr, S.) هَائِط and مَائِطٌ are explained by IAar as signifying Going and coming. (TA.)
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