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1 خَنَثَ, (Lth, L,) aor. خَنِثَ, inf. n. خَنْثٌ, (L,) He folded, or doubled, a skin for water or milk, and a sack. (Lth, L.) And خَنَثَ السِّقَآءَ, (S, A, Mgh, K, TA,) and فَمَ السِّقَآءِ, (A, TA,) and السقآءِ ↓ اختنث, (S, A, * Mgh, K,) He doubled the skin, (S, K,) or the mouth of the skin, (A, Mgh, TA,) outwards, (S, A, Mgh, K,) or inside-out, (TA,) and drank from it; (S, Mgh, K;) the doing of which is forbidden (Mgh, TA) by Mo-hammad: (TA:) when you double it inwards, you say, قَبَعْتُهُ: (S, A, Mgh:) or خَنَثَ فَمَ السِّقَآءِ signifies he turned the mouth of the skin outsidein or inside-out: and خَنْثٌ signifies any kind of inverting, or turning upside-down or inside-out or the like. (TA.) b2: [Hence, app.,] خَنَثَ لَهُ بِأَنْفِهِ [He contracted his nose at him]; as though he mocked at, scoffed at, derided, or ridiculed, him: so in the A: but in the K, خَنَثَهُ, aor. خَنِثَ, he mocked at, scoffed at, derided, or ridiculed, him. (TA.) A2: خَنَثٌ, aor. خَنَثَ, (L, Msb, K,) inf. n. خَنَثٌ; (A, Msb, TA;) and ↓ انخث, (S, A, L, Msb, K,) and ↓ تخنّث; (A, L, K;) He (a man, L) affected a bending, or an inclining of his body, from side to side, and languor, or languidness; or he became bent and languid; syn. تَثَنَّى وَتَكَسَّرَ: (S, A, L, K:) [or he was, or became, flaccid, or flabby, and affected a bending, or an inclining of his body, from side to side: (see خَنِثٌ:) or he was, or became, effeminate: (see خُنْثٌ:)] or he was, or became, soft, delicate, tender, flabby, lax, or limber, and affected languor, or languidness; expl. by كَانَ فِيهِ لِينٌ وَتَكَسُّرٌ. (Msb.) 'Áïsheh, describing the death of Mohammad, says, ↓ اِنْخَنَثَ فِى حَجْرِى, meaning He became bent and languid (اِنْثَنَى وَتَكَسَّرَ), by reason of the flaccidness of his limbs, in my bosom. (TA.) 2 خنّثهُ, (S, K,) inf. n. تَخْنِيثٌ, (K,) He bent it; (S, K;) namely, a thing. (S.) Hence the epithet مُخَنَّثٌ. (S, K.) b2: He made him to be, or become, such as is termed خَنِثٌ. (Msb.) b3: خنّث كَلَامَهُ He made his speech like that of women, in softness and gentleness: so some say. (Msb.) A2: تَخْنِيثٌ also signifies The doing what is excessively foul, or obscene; [i. e. the acting the part of a catamite;] but this meaning was unknown to the Arabs [of the classical ages]. (MF.) 5 تخنّث It (a thing, S) bent, or became bent. (S, K.) b2: Also i. q. خَنِثَ, q. v. (A, * L, K.) And He (a man) acted in the manner of the مُخِنَّث [or effeminate, &c.]. (TA.) [He became a مُخَنَّث: used in this sense in the S and K in art. طوس.] And تخنّث فِى كَلَامِهِ [He was soft, or effeminate, in his speech]. (S, Mgh.) b3: He (a man &c.) fell down by reason of weakness. (TA.) 7 انخنثت القِرْبَةُ The water-skin became folded, or doubled. (L.) b2: انخنثت عُنُقُهُ His neck inclined, or bent. (TA.) b3: See also 1, in two places.8 إِخْتَنَثَ see 1, second sentence.

خُنْثٌ a subst. from اِنْخَنَثَ [An affectation of a bending, or of an inclining of the body, from side to side, and of languor, or languidness; or a bending and languidness: or flaccidity or flabbiness, and an affectation of a bending, or of an inclining of the body, from side to side: or effeminacy: or softness, delicacy, tenderness, flabbiness, laxness, or limberness, and an affectation of languor, or languidness]: (S, L:) as also ↓ خِنَاثَةٌ. (Msb.) Jereer says, أَتُوعِدُنِى وَ أَنْتَ مُجَاشِعِىٌّ

أَرَى فِى خُنْثِ لِحْيَتِكَ اضْطِرَابَا [Dost thou threaten me, thou being a Mujáshi'ee? I see, in the softness and weakness of thy beard, or in the bending and languidness, or the effeminacy, of thy person, (for the beard is sometimes, by a synecdoche, put for the whole person,) an evidence of unsoundness, uncompactness, or weakness]. (S.) خِنْثٌ, with kesr, sing. of أَخْنَاثٌ and خِنَاثٌ, (TA,) which signify The creases, or places of folding, of a garment, or piece of cloth. (K, TA.) You say, طَوَى الثَّوْبَ عَلَى أَخْنَاثِهِ and خِنَاثِهِ He folded the garment, or piece of cloth, at its creases. (TA.) And [hence,] أَلْقَى اللَّيْلُ أَخْنَاثَةُ عَلَى الأَرْضِ (assumed tropical:) The night cast the folds of its darkness upon the earth. (TA.) b2: Also the former pl., (TA,) and the latter also, (K,) The parts of the دَلْو [or bucket] whence the water pours forth, between the عَرَاقِى. (K, TA.) b3: The sing. also signifies The interior of the part of the cheek by the side of the mouth, next the molar teeth, (K, TA,) above and below. (TA.) b4: And A company in a state of dispersion. (K.) خَنِثٌ One in whom is an affectation of a bending, or of an inclining of the body, from side to side, and of languor, or languidness; or in whom is a bending and languidness; expl. by مَنْ فِيهِ تَثَنٍّ وَتَكَسُّرٌ: (A, L, K:) or flaccid, or flabby, and affecting a bending, or an inclining of the body, from side to side: (S:) [or effeminate; like مُخَنَّثٌ]: or one in whom is softness, delicacy, tenderness, flabbiness, laxness, or limberness, and an affectation of languor, or languidness: (Msb:) fem. with ة. (TA.) And ↓ خُنُثٌ (TA) and ↓ مِخْنَاثٌ, (K,) applied to a woman, (K, TA,) Soft, delicate, tender, flabby, lax, or limber, (TA,) and affecting languor, or languid-ness: (K, TA:) pl. of the latter مَخَانِيثُ. (TA.) One says to such a woman, ↓ يَاخَنَاثِ, (K,) [indecl.,] like قَطَامِ; (TA;) and to a man [of the same description], ↓ يَا خُنَثُ. (K.) يَا خُنَثُ: see the next preceding paragraph.

خُنُثٌ: see the next preceding paragraph.

خُنْثَى [A hermaphrodite;] one who has what is proper to the male and what is proper to the female: Kr makes it an epithet, and says رَجُلٌ خُنْثَى; (TA;) one who has what is proper to men and what is proper to women, (S, Mgh, K,) together; (S, K;) one who has, by creation, the anterior pudendum of a man and that of a woman: (Msb:) in the language of the lawyers, one who has what are proper to both sexes; or who has neither that of a man nor that of a woman: but some of them say that the former meaning is the proper one; and that he who has no external organ of generation is adjoined to the class of the خنثى as being subject to the same special laws: (MF, TA:) the pl. is خَنَاثَى (S, Mgh, Msb, K) and خِنَاثٌ. (Msb, K.) A2: Also The plant called بَرْوَاقٌ [i. e. the asphodel]. (K in art. برق.) يَا خَنَاثِ: see خَنِتٌ.

خَنِيثٌ A skin of the kind called قِرْبَة folded, or doubled. (L.) خُنَاثَةُ: see مُخَنَّثٌ.

خِنَاثَةٌ: see خُنْثٌ.

حُنَيْثَةُ: see مُخَنَّتُ.

أَخْنَثُ مِنْ دَلَالِ [More effeminate, or more incapable of venery, than Delál]: a prov. (S, TA.) Delál was a certain man of El-Medeeneh, (TA,) who was made a eunuch, together with several other مُخَنَّثُون. (TA in art. دل. [See Freytag's Arab. Prov. i. 451; where the name is erroneously written دَلَّال.]) مُخَنَّثٌ, from خَنَّثَ “he bent,” (S, K,) because of his softness, delicacy, tenderness, flabbiness, laxness, or limberness, and affectation of languor, or languidness; (TA;) or from خُنْثَى; (Kh, JK, MS;) An effeminate man; (T in art. انث, and TA;) one who resembles a woman in gentleness, and in softness of speech, and in an affectation of languor of the limbs: (TA voce مُؤَنَّثٌ, q. v.: [see also خَنِثٌ:]) it is written thus and ↓ مُخَنِّثٌ: (TA:) this latter is explained by some as meaning one who makes his speech like that of women, in softness and gentleness: (Msb, TA:) it is also said that both these epithets are used to signify one who affects languor, or languidness, of the limbs; one who makes himself like women in the bending of himself, and in affecting languor, or languidness, and in speech: but that one uses the latter epithet only when he means one who does what is excessively foul, or obscene; [i. e. a catamite; though this is a meaning often borne by the former also;] notwithstanding that تَخْنِيثٌ, as signifying the “committing such an action,” was unknown to the Arabs [of the classical ages], and is not found in their language: (MF, TA:) [often, also,] the former epithet signifies a man incapable of venery: (MA:) it is said in a trad. that they used to reckon the مخنّث as one of those having no need of نِكَاح. (TA in art. ارب.) The مُخَنَّث is also called ↓ خُنَاثَةُ and ↓ خُنَيْثَةُ [each imperfectly decl.]. (K, TA.) مُخَنِّثٌ: see what next precedes.

مِخْنَاثٌ: see خَنِثٌ.
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