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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
961. حمدل5 962. حمر24 963. حمز14 964. حمس18 965. حمش14 966. حمص14967. حمض16 968. حمق17 969. حمل22 970. حملق9 971. حمن10 972. حمو8 973. حمى7 974. حن6 975. حنأ10 976. حنب9 977. حنبل5 978. حنت11 979. حنتم11 980. حنث17 981. حنجر10 982. حندر4 983. حندس10 984. حندق4 985. حنذ15 986. حنزب4 987. حنش15 988. حنط16 989. حنظل6 990. حنف20 991. حنق13 992. حنك18 993. حنو9 994. حو4 995. حوأ2 996. حوب19 997. حوت14 998. حوث8 999. حود5 1000. حوذ13 1001. حور24 1002. حوز18 1003. حوش17 1004. حوص16 1005. حوض12 1006. حوط16 1007. حوف14 1008. حوق13 1009. حوقل5 1010. حوك13 1011. حول21 1012. حولق4 1013. حوم14 1014. حون4 1015. حوى6 1016. حيث10 1017. حيج5 1018. حيد15 1019. حير18 1020. حيز8 1021. حيس15 1022. حيص18 1023. حيض18 1024. حيط3 1025. حيعل5 1026. حيف18 1027. حيق15 1028. حيك12 1029. حيل13 1030. حين15 1031. حيهل2 1032. حيو3 1033. خ5 1034. خا3 1035. خاتون3 1036. خانقاه2 1037. خب6 1038. خبأ12 1039. خبث18 1040. خبر19 1041. خبز14 1042. خبص11 1043. خبط17 1044. خبعثن6 1045. خبل16 1046. خبن13 1047. خبو9 1048. خبى2 1049. ختر14 1050. ختعر6 1051. ختل14 1052. ختم20 1053. ختن15 1054. خثر18 1055. خثى4 1056. خجل16 1057. خد7 1058. خدب12 1059. خدج17 1060. خدر18 Prev. 100
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حِمَّصٌ and حِمٍّصٌ; (S, Msb, K;) the former preferred by Th, (S, TA,) and by the Koofees, (Msb, TA,) and the only word of that form except قِنَّفٌ and قلَّفٌ and قِنِّبٌ and خِنَّبٌ; (Fr, TA;) the latter alone allowed by Mbr, (S,) and this alone mentioned by Sb, (TA,) and preferred by the Basrees, (Msb, TA,) and said by Mbr to be the only word of this form except حِلِّزٌ, meaning “ short,” and جِلِّقٌ, the name of a place in Syria, (S, TA,) but IAar did not know this latter form of the word; (Az, TA;) [The cicer arietinum; or chick-peas;] a certain grain, (S, Msb, K,) well known, (Msb, K,) of the description termed القَطَانِ: (AHn:) n. un. حِمَّصَةٌ and حِمِّصَةٌ: (TA:) it is white, and red, and black, and of a sort called كِرْسِنِىٌّ [or كَرْسَنِىٌّ?]; and is also wild, and cultivated in gardens: the wild sort is the hotter, and the more contracted; the nutriment of the garden-sort is the better; and the black is the most powerful in its operations: (the Minháj, TA:) it is flatulent, lenitive, diuretic, having the property of increasing the seminal fluid and the carnal appetite and the blood: (K:) Hippocrates says that it has in it two substances, which quit it by cooking; one of them salt, or saline, which is lenitive; and the other sweet, which is diuretic; and it clears away spots in the skin, and beautifies the complexion, and is beneficial for hot tumours, and its oil is serviceable for the ringworm, or tetter; and its meal, for the fluid of foul ulcers; and the infusion thereof, for toothache, and for swelling of the lip; and it clears the voice: (TA:) it also strengthens the body and the penis; (K;) wherefore it is given as fodder to the stallions of horses and the like, and of camels; (TA;) on the condition of its being eaten not before [other] food nor after it, but in the midst thereof; (K;) or, correctly, as in the Minháj, it should be eaten between two meals. (TA.)
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