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4679. وأر7 4680. وأل13 4681. وأم13 4682. وأى5 4683. وب1 4684. وبأ164685. وبت4 4686. وبخ12 4687. وبد9 4688. وبر18 4689. وبش15 4690. وبص14 4691. وبل17 4692. وبه10 4693. وبى1 4694. وت2 4695. وتا1 4696. وتب3 4697. وتح10 4698. وتد19 4699. وتر22 4700. وتن14 4701. وتى1 4702. وث1 4703. وثا1 4704. وثب15 4705. وثج8 4706. وثر16 4707. وثق18 4708. وثم9 4709. وثن17 4710. وثى1 4711. وج2 4712. وجأ13 4713. وجب17 4714. وجح10 4715. وجد17 4716. وجذ6 4717. وجر15 4718. وجز13 4719. وجس14 4720. وجع14 4721. وجن15 4722. وجه16 4723. وجى2 4724. وح1 4725. وحب2 4726. وحت4 4727. وحج3 4728. وحد19 4729. وحش15 4730. وحف16 4731. وحل14 4732. وحم14 4733. وحن6 4734. وحى8 4735. وخ1 4736. وخد12 4737. وخذ2 4738. وخز13 4739. وخش15 4740. وخض7 4741. وخط13 4742. وخف13 4743. وخم15 4744. وخى4 4745. ود2 4746. ودأ9 4747. ودب4 4748. ودج17 4749. ودح7 4750. ودع21 4751. ودق16 4752. ودك15 4753. ودن11 4754. ودى8 4755. وذأ9 4756. وذب5 4757. وذح10 4758. وذر18 4759. وذم13 4760. ورأ10 4761. ورب9 4762. ورث19 4763. ورخ8 4764. ورد22 4765. ورس18 4766. ورش15 4767. ورط17 4768. ورع19 4769. ورف12 4770. ورق19 4771. ورك19 4772. ورل11 4773. ورم17 4774. وره11 4775. ورى11 4776. وز2 4777. وزأ7 4778. وزب9 Prev. 100
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أ1 وَبِئَتِ الأَرْضُ, (S, K,) aor. تِيبَأُ, (K, TA,) or تَيْبَأُ, (CK,) and تَوْبَأُ, (accord. to the K: in the (S and) L and other lexicons, only this last aor. is mentioned; but it is asserted on the authority of AZ, who says that this form of the pret. is of the dial. of the Kusheyrees, that the aor. is تِيبَا, with kesr to the ت, [contr. to analogy,] TA,) inf. n. وَبَأٌ; (K;) or وَبَآءَةٌ; (S;) and وَبِيَت, aor. تَيْبَا and تَوْبَا; (Moo'ab and Jámi') and وَبُؤَت, inf. n. وَبَآءٌ and وَبَآءَةٌ and أَبَآ and أَبَآةٌ (K, the و being changed into أ in the latter two); and with و without وَبُاَ, [i. e., وَبُوَت]; (Moo'ab and Jámi'] and وُبِئَت, (S, K,) like عُنِىَ, [i. e., pass. in form, but neut. in signification,] (K,) aor. تِيبَأُ, (L and other lexicons,) in which, the و being changed into ى, the vowel of the first letter necessarily becomes kesr, (TA,) or تُوبَأُ, (S,) inf. n. وَبْءٌ, (K, TA: in the CK وَبَأٌ,) or وَبَآءٌ; (S, L, &c.;) and ↓ أَوْبَأَت, (S, K,) inf. n. إِيبَآءٌ; (TA;) The land was, or became, afflicted with وَبَأ: (K:) or, much afflicted with disease. (S.) A2: وَبَأَ, aor. يَوْبَأُ; (K; contr. to rule, which requires that the aor. should be يَبَا; MF;) and ↓ وبّأ; He put the utensils, or goods, one upon another; or packed them up: or he prepared, set in order, or arranged, them; syn. عَبَأَ. (K.) A3: وَبَأَ إِلَيْهِ; (S, K: Ibn-El-Mukarram says, I think that Th has mentioned وَبَأْتُ, without tesh-deed; but I am not confident of it; TA;) and ↓ اوبأ, inf. n. إِيْبَآءٌ; (S, K;) dial. vars. of وَمَأَ and أَوْمَأَ; (S;) He made a sign to him: (S, K:) or اوبأ اليه signifies he made a sign to him with his fingers, forwards, that he should approach; and اومأ اليه “ he made a sign to him with his fingers, backwards, that he should retire, or remain behind. ” So accord. to the K; but this is at variance with what the leading lexicographers have transmitted. In the L it is said, وبأ اليه and اوبأ are dial. syns. of ومأ and اومأ he made a sign to him: or, accord. to some, اومأ اليه signifies “ he made a sign with his hand to him, (i. e., to a person before him,) turning his fingers towards the palm of his hand, in order that he should approach him; ” [in doing which, the palm of the hand is held towards the person beckoned;] and ↓ اوبا أليه he made a sign to him; (i. e., to a person behind him,) opening his fingers [from the palm] towards the back of the hand, in order that he should retire, or remain behind; [in doing which, the palm of his hand is towards himself]. El-Ferezdak says, تَرَى النَّاسَ إِنْ سِرْنَا يَسِيرُونَ خَلْفَنَا النَّاسِ وَقَّفُوا ↓ وَإِنْ نَحْنُ وَبَّأْنَا إِلَى

[If we journey on, thou seest the people journey on behind us; and if we make a sign to the people to remain behind, they stop, one after another]. ↓ أَوْبَأْنَا is also read in this verse for وَبَّأْنَا. Ibn-Buzruj says, that اومأ signifies “ he made a sign with the eyebrows, and the eyes; ” and ↓ وبّأ, he made a sign with the hands, and a garment, and the head. (TA.) b2: وَبَأَتْ إِلَيْهِ, aor. تَبَأُ, She (a camel) yearned towards it [i. e., towards her young one]; or uttered to it the cry produced by yearning: syn. حَنَّتْ. (K.) 2 وَبَّاَ see 1.4 اوبأ It became unwholesome: syn. صَارَ وَبِيْأً. (TA.) A2: See 1.

A3: أُوبِئَ He (a young weaned camel) suffered in the stomach from indigestion, in consequence of repletion. (K, TA.) A4: مَاءٌ لَا يُوبِئُ, like يُوبِى, Water that does not fail, or stop. The like is said of pasture. (TA.) 5 تَوَبَّاَ see 10.10 استوبا (S, K,) and ↓ توبّأ (TA) He found, or deemed, a country, (S, K,) or water, (TA,) unhealthy, or unwholesome: (K, TA:) [see وَبَأٌ:] or, much afflicted with disease. (S.) وَبَأٌ and ↓ وَبَآءٌ, (S, K,) and also without وَبُاَ, [وَبًا,] (TA,) Plague, or pestilence; syn. طَاعُونٌ: (K:) or a common, or general, [or an epidemic,] disease: (S:) or any such disease: (K:) or a quickness, and commonness, of death among men. (TA.) Accord. to Ibn-En-Nefees, it is a corruption happening to the substance of the air, by reason of causes in the heavens or the earth; as stinking water, and carcases, such as are the result of bloody battles. Accord. to the hakeem Dá-ood, it is a change effected in the air by events in the higher regions, as the conjunction of beaming stars; and by events in the lower regions, as bloody battles, and the opening of graves, and the ascending of putrid exhalations; with which causes conspire the changes of the seasons and elements, and the revolutions of the universe. They mention also its signs; among which are fever, small-pox, defluxions, itch or scab, tumours, &c. What is said in the Nuzheh necessarily implies that the طاعون is one of the different kinds of وبا; as the physicians hold to be the case: but the opinion which the critics among the professors of practical law and the relaters of traditions hold is, that these two diseases are distinct, the one from the other; the وبا being an unwholesomeness in the air, in consequence of which diseases become common among men; and the طاعون being that kind [of disease] with which men are smitten by the jinn, or genii: an opinion which they corroborate by the words in a trad. إِنَّهُ وَحْزُ أَعْدَائِكُمْ مِنَ الجِنِّ [Verily it is the unpenetrating thrusting of your enemies among the jinn]. (TA.) The pl. of وَبَأٌ is أَوْبَآءُ; and of ↓ أَوْبِيَةٌ, وَبَآءٌ (S, K, TA) or أَوْبِئَةٌ. (CK.) بِئَةٌ The state of a land being afflicted with وَبَأ. (K.) أَرْضٌ وَبِئَةٌ, and ↓ وَبِيْئَةٌ, (S, K,) and ↓ مَوْبُوْءَةٌ, (S, L,) and مُوبِئَةٌ, (S, K,) a land much, or often, afflicted with وَبَأ: (K:) or, much afflicted with disease. (S.) وَبَاءٌ: see وَبَأٌ.

وَبِىْءٌ Sick; unwell; (IAar:) See أرْضٌ وَبِئَةٌ. b2: وَبِىْءٌ Unwholesome water. (TA.) مُوبِئٌ Engendering وَبَأ. (TA.) b2: جُرْعَةَ شَرُوبٍ

أَنْفَعُ مِنْ عَذْبٍ مُوبٍ A draught of brackish water is more profitable than sweet water that engenders وَبَأ. (A trad.) Here the وَبُاَ is omitted in the last word to assimilate it to شروب. It is a proverb, applied to two men; one, superior in station, and more slim; the other, inferior in station, but more useful. (TA.) b3: See أَرْضٌ وَبِئَةٌ. b4: مُوبِئٌ Water that is little in quantity; and failing, or stopping. (K.) مَوْبُوْءَةٌ: see أَرُضٌ وَبِئَهٌ.
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