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3112. فحل13 3113. فحم17 3114. فحو9 3115. فخ3 3116. فخت11 3117. فخذ123118. فخر15 3119. فخم11 3120. فد3 3121. فدح13 3122. فدخ6 3123. فدر13 3124. فدع14 3125. فدغ13 3126. فدم17 3127. فدن13 3128. فدى8 3129. فذ4 3130. فر5 3131. فرأ11 3132. فربيون2 3133. فرت17 3134. فرتن8 3135. فرث15 3136. فرج22 3137. فرجن9 3138. فرح17 3139. فرخ16 3140. فرد15 3141. فردوس1 3142. فرز15 3143. فرزن5 3144. فرس20 3145. فرسخ9 3146. فرسق2 3147. فرسك6 3148. فرسن8 3149. فرش18 3150. فرشح12 3151. فرص20 3152. فرصد9 3153. فرض21 3154. فرط22 3155. فرطح8 3156. فرع21 3157. فرعن10 3158. فرغ20 3159. فرفخ7 3160. فرق23 3161. فرقد7 3162. فرقع13 3163. فرك18 3164. فرم14 3165. فرن12 3166. فرنب4 3167. فرنج4 3168. فرند8 3169. فرنس6 3170. فرنق5 3171. فره18 3172. فرهد10 3173. فرو11 3174. فرى9 3175. فريج1 3176. فز5 3177. فزر14 3178. فزع18 3179. فس3 3180. فسأ9 3181. فست3 3182. فستق6 3183. فسح17 3184. فسخ13 3185. فسد17 3186. فسر16 3187. فسط14 3188. فسق17 3189. فسكل10 3190. فسل16 3191. فسو10 3192. فش4 3193. فشأ5 3194. فشج10 3195. فشح7 3196. فشغ14 3197. فشل18 3198. فشو9 3199. فص4 3200. فصح16 3201. فصد15 3202. فصع11 3203. فصل21 3204. فصم15 3205. فصى6 3206. فض5 3207. فضح13 3208. فضخ15 3209. فضل20 3210. فضو9 3211. فطأ9 Prev. 100
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1 فَخَذَهُ, (S, O, L, K,) aor. فَخَذَ, (TA, and so accord. to some copies of the K, in which the verb is said to be like مَنَعَهُ,) or فَخِذَ, (so in other copies of the K,) inf. n. فَخْذٌ, (L,) He hit, or hurt, his (another's) thigh: (S, L, K:) or he broke his thigh: like as one says رَأَسَهُ and رَجَلَهُ. (O.) And فُخِذَ He was hit, or hurt, in his thigh: (M, L, K:) or his thigh was broken. (A.) 2 فَخَّذَ see 5, in two places. b2: فخّذ عَشِيرَتَهُ (assumed tropical:) He called his عشيرة [or kinsfolk] فَخِذ by فَخِذ [i. e. one small body of families after another], (S, Mgh, * O, L, K, *) inf. n. تَفْخِيذٌ: (TA:) from a trad. (S, O, L.) b3: And فَخَّذَهُمْ, inf. n. as above; (K;) or فخّذ بَيْنَهُمْ; (L;) (assumed tropical:) He dispersed them, and abstained from aiding them; syn. فَرَّقَهُمْ وَخَذَلَهُمْ: (L, K: [but see what follows:]) and (L) فخّذهم (O, L, Msb) عَنْ فُلَانٍ, (O, L,) inf. n. as above, (O, L, Msb,) signifies خذلهم, (L, Msb, [in both written without any of the syll. signs,]) or خذّلهم عَنْهُ [which is evidently the right reading (i. e. he induced them to abstain from aiding such a one), and I believe it to be the right reading also in the explanation given immediately before from the L and K]: (O:) and فخّذ بَيْنَهُمْ he dispersed them. (O, Msb.) 3 فَاْخَذَ see the next paragraph, in two places.5 تفخّذ المَرْأَةَ He (a man, Msb) sat between the thighs of the woman (Mgh, Msb) as he sits who performs [or is about to perform] the act of coïtus; as also ↓ فاخذها, [inf. n. مُفَاخَذَةٌ;] and ↓ فخّذها, inf. n. تَفْخِيذٌ: (Msb:) or he sat above the thighs of the woman: (Mgh:) ↓ التَّفْخِيذُ signifies the same as ↓ المُفَاخَذَةُ [app. agreeably with the former or the latter of the explanations above]. (S, O, L.) A2: And تفخّذ He retired, or held back, (O, K,) عَنِ الأَمْرِ from the affair. (O.) 10 استفخذ i. q. اِسْتَخْذَى, (Fr, O, K, TA,) i. e. He was, or became, lowly, humble, or submissive; and so اِسْتَخْذَأَ. (TA in arts. خذى and خذأ.) فَخِذٌ and فَخْذٌ (S, O, L, Msb, K) and فِخْذٌ (S, O, L, K) and فِخِذٌ, (L, TA,) as Ez-Zarkashee says in his Expos. of El-Bukháree, (TA,) for in the case of every faucial medial radical of a word of the measure فَعِل, whether a noun like فَخِذٌ or a verb like شَهِدَ, there are four dial. vars., namely, فَعِل and فَعْل and فِعْل and فِعِل; (Seer, O, TA;) thus it is said in the Tes-heel of Ibn-Málik; and MF says that the first three forms are common to every word of the measure of كَتِف though without a faucial letter; (TA;) The thigh; i. e. the limb (وصل [i. e. وُِصْل, but in the O written وَصْل,]) between the سَاق and the وَرِك; (Mgh, * O, L, K; *) so says Lth; (O;) and in this sense, the first of the forms above mentioned is the most chaste: (MF:) it is of the fem. gender: (Mgh, O, L, Msb, K:) pl. أَفْخَاذٌ, (Sb, L, Msb, K,) the only pl. form. (Sb, L.) b2: Also (tropical:) A small sub-tribe, or portion of the tribe, consisting of the nearest of the kinsfolk of a man; (Kh, A, * O, L, K; *) less than a بَطْن; the first [i. e. largest] body being the شَعْب, then the قَبِيلَة, then the فَصِيلَة, then the عِمَارَة, then the بَطْن, and then the فَخِْذ: (S, O, L:) or it is below the قَبِيلَة but above the بَطْن; and is pronounced with the خ quiescent: (IDrd, O:) or below the فَصِيلَة but above the بَطْن: (Msb:) or below the بَطْن and above the فَصِيلَة: (Mgh, Msb:) this last, accord. to IB and Aboo-Usámeh, is the true order; (TA voce شعب, q. v.;) and AM says that the فَصِيلَة is nearer than the فخذ: (L:) in this sense, the second of the forms above mentioned is the most chaste: (MF:) and in this sense it is of the masc. gender; (A, Mgh, O, Msb;) because meaning نَفَرٌ; (Msb;) wherefore you say, هٰذَا فَخْذِى: (A:) pl. as above. (A, O, L, K.) b3: حُلِبَتِ النَّاقَةُ فِى فَخِذِهَا is a phrase mentioned by Fr, meaning (assumed tropical:) [The she-camel was milked] in her half-month [app. at the period commencing half a month after her parturition]. (O.) فَخْذَآءُ A woman that holds a man firmly between her thighs, (Msb, K, TA,) by reason of her strength. (TA.) مَفْخُوذٌ A man hit, or hurt, in his thigh: (M, L:) or whose thigh is broken. (A.)
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