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3126. فدم17 3127. فدن13 3128. فدى8 3129. فذ4 3130. فر5 3131. فرأ113132. 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 3212. فطح11 3213. فطحل7 3214. فطر25 3215. فطس18 3216. فطم16 3217. فطن13 3218. فظ5 3219. فظع16 3220. فعل16 3221. فعم10 3222. فغر13 3223. فغفور1 3224. فغم11 3225. فغو6 Prev. 100
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فَرَأْ (T, S, M, O, K) and ↓ فَرَآءٌ, (K,) both of these forms authorized by the Koofees, (TA,) A wild ass: (ISk, T, S, M, O, K:) or a youthful wild ass: (M, K:) but the absolute [i. e. the former] meaning is that which is commonly known: (TA:) pl. (of mult., TA) فِرَآءٌ (T, S, M, O, K) and (of pauc., TA) أَفْرَآءٌ. (M, K.) Hence the saying, كُلُّ الصَّيدِ فِى جَوْفِ الفَرَا [Every kind of game is in the belly (or might enter into the belly) of the wild ass]; (T, S, M, O, K;) meaning that every kind of game is inferior to the wild ass: (T, O, K:) a prov., (T, S, M, K,) and therefore [the last word is] without hemz, on account of the final pause; (K;) but some write it with hemz: (TA:) it is said to have originated from the fact that three men went forth to hunt; and one caught a hare; and another, a gazelle; and the third, a wild ass; and the first and second boasted against the third, who thereupon said as above: it is applied to him who excels his fellows: (Meyd:) or to a man who is, with respect to other men, as the wild ass with respect to other kinds of game: or to the case of a man who, having several wants, one of which is a great one, accomplishes that great want, and cares not for the others' being unaccomplished. (T, TA. [See also Har pp. 468-9.]) And أَنْكَحْنَا الفَرَا فَسَنَرَى [We have married our daughter to the wild ass, and we shall see,] (T, S, M, O) is another prov.; (T, Meyd;) in which alif is substituted for the hemzeh, (S, M, * O,) for the purpose of the agreement [of الفَرَا in rhyme] with سَنَرَى: (M:) said by a man to his wife when a man demanded in marriage his daughter and he refused, but his wife consented, and overcame the father so that he gave her in marriage to him against his wish; then the husband made the intercourse [with her] to be evil, and divorced her: it is applied in cautioning against an evil consequence: (Meyd:) or it is applied to a man when his affair has been endangered and he has seen what he does not like; and it means we have wasted our precaution, and the affair has brought us to an evil result; (As, T;) or we have considered the affair, and we shall see what it will disclose; (T;) or we have sought after high things, and we shall see what our case will be afterwards. (Th, M.) فَرَآءٌ: see above, first sentence.

شَىْءٌ فَرِىْءٌ i. q. فَرِىٌّ [q. v.] (O, K. * See art. فرى.)
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