Arabic-English Lexicon Volume 1, PT. 7

Arabic-English Lexicon Volume 1, PT. 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ... brassica oleracea, or cabbage; in Greek Kpaft0i: (TA: ) the vegetable also called, L- properly beet; for which, possibly, cabbage may have been mistaken: (AHn, KL: ) or a species thereof, (L, KL, ) sweeter and more tender than the Jali; of which the wild kind is bitter; and the quantity of two drachms of its roots, dried and pulverized, mixed with wine (_i), it a tried antidote against the bite of a viper. (Ibn-El-Beytar, KL.) It is said, by the botanists, to be a Nabathean word, arabicized. (MF.) JJ - and C-jj (K) and v19 (80 in tie TA) i.q. f.-, -, (KL, ) which is the same as 1hj b: (IAar: ) Dates with milk. (T.) See Supplement.- -and t le...A and t, --.& (L, EL) and t LLLL (EL) and LlsU (L) Having a heaviness in one of his legs, and dragging it when he walks: (L: ) crippled in the legs, and in the arms: (L, EL: ) also the first (as explained by some, L, ) lame, by nature, or by reason of a chronic ailment: and affected by a disease which deprives one of the power of walking: (S, L, EL: ) pi. ILL (L) and pU. IL. (L, EL.) 0'jJlj O"1--&1 J1 SSjuoJI (S, L) Alms are the property of tlie crippled and the one-eyed. (L, from a trad.) see 1. 9J& The ji-i.e. the flank; or par between tlie false ribs and the hip; also explained in the TA by the word SsU.: (L: ) or the part between the hypocfwndre and the false ribs, (?, L, 5?) and from near tlie navel to the portion of flesh and sinew next the back-bone: (L: ) the part against which the sword hangs when a man is wearing it; and the part coi-responding thereto on the other side: (T: ) or each of the with vehemence. 2: see 1. or behind and before; and so in a horse: (M: ) or the waist: see a verse of Imra-el-Keys cited voce JJJ: or the part from tlie top, more

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