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3401. قزح15 3402. قزدر2 3403. قزع16 3404. قزم14 3405. قس7 3406. قسب163407. قسح8 3408. قسر18 3409. قسط21 3410. قسطس9 3411. قسقس6 3412. قسم22 3413. قسى2 3414. قش5 3415. قشب17 3416. قشد8 3417. قشر17 3418. قشط12 3419. قشع16 3420. قشعر13 3421. قشف18 3422. قشم13 3423. قص6 3424. قصب20 3425. قصد23 3426. قصر23 3427. قصطس2 3428. قصع17 3429. قصف20 3430. قصل16 3431. قصم18 3432. قصى4 3433. قض8 3434. قضأ7 3435. قضب19 3436. قضف12 3437. قضم17 3438. قضى9 3439. قط9 3440. قطب18 3441. قطر21 3442. قطرب10 3443. قطع23 3444. قطف20 3445. قطمر10 3446. قطن20 3447. قطو8 3448. قع2 3449. قعب10 3450. قعث9 3451. قعد19 3452. قعر15 3453. قعسس1 3454. قعص13 3455. قعط15 3456. قعى2 3457. قف5 3458. قفأ3 3459. قفخ6 3460. قفد9 3461. قفر19 3462. قفز16 3463. قفش10 3464. قفص15 3465. قفل18 3466. قفو13 3467. ققب5 3468. ققز4 3469. قل6 3470. قلب21 3471. قلت15 3472. قلح17 3473. قلخ7 3474. قلد18 3475. قلس17 3476. قلص22 3477. قلع15 3478. قلف16 3479. قلفع3 3480. قلق14 3481. قلقس5 3482. قلم19 3483. قلمس7 3484. قلو7 3485. قم4 3486. قمأ9 3487. قمح15 3488. قمحد3 3489. قمد8 3490. قمر20 3491. قمس14 3492. قمش11 3493. قمص17 3494. قمط15 3495. قمطر14 3496. قمع18 3497. قمل17 3498. قمه8 3499. قمهد5 3500. قن7 Prev. 100
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1 قَسَبَ, aor. قَسِبَ, It (water) ran, or flowed: (S, O, K:) or it ran, or flowed, with a sound, beneath trees or leaves. (So accord. to different copies of the A.) b2: And قَسَبَتِ الشَّمْسُ The sun began to set. (K.) A2: قَسُبٌ, aor. قَسُبَ, inf. n. قُسُوبَةٌ (A, O, K) and قُسُوبٌ, (K,) It was, or became, hard: (O, K:) or hard, and dry, or tough: you say, قَسُبَ التَّمْرُ The dates were, or became, hard, and dry, or tough. (A, TA.) قَسْبٌ Hard. (S, O, K.) You say, إِنَّهُ لَقَسْبُ العِلْبَآءِ [Verily he is hard in respect of the tendon, or sinew, of the neck.] (TA.) b2: And Hard, and dry, or tough; (TA;) and so ↓ قَسِيبٌ. (A, TA.) تَمْرٌ قَسْبٌ signifies Hard, and dry, or tough, dates, (S, Mgh, * O, K,) that crumble in the mouth and have hard stones: (S, Mgh, O:) [see an ex. in a verse cited in art. رمى, conj. 4:] or [simply] dry, or tough, dates: n. un. with ة: (Msb:) or bad dates, (A,) or so ↓ قُسَابَةٌ. (K.) b3: See also قِسْيَبٌّ.

قَسُوبٌ A خُفّ [or boot]; (IAar, O, K;) accord. to IAar, i. q. قَفْشٌ [expl. by him as meaning a short boot] and نِخَافٌ [expl. by him as syn. with خُفٌّ]. (TA.) [See also قَسُّوبٌ.]

قَسِيبٌ A current, or flow, of water: (ISk, S, O:) or its current, or flow, with a sound: (K:) or its current, or flow, beneath trees: (A, TA:) or its sound beneath leaves (T, A) or rubbish. (T, TA.) A2: See also قَسْبٌ.

قُسَابَةٌ: see قَسْبٌ.

قِسْيَبٌّ Long, and hard, or strong; (S, O, K, TA;) as applied to anything; and so ↓ قَسْبٌ. (TA.) b2: And A tall man. (TA.) قَسُّوبٌ Boots: a word having no [proper] singular. (ISd, K.) [The word used in the sing. sense is قَسُوبٌ, without teshdeed.]

قَاسِبٌ [or ذَكَرٌ قَاسِبٌ?] i. q. غُرْمُولٌ مُتْمَهِلٌّ, (O, K, [المُتَمَهِّلُ in the CK is a mistake for المُتْمَهِلّ,] i. e. ذَكَرٌ صُلْبٌ [Penis durus]. (TA.) قَيْسَبٌ A species of شَجَر [meaning plants]; (IDrd, O, K; *) of the [kind termed] حَمْض; (K;) said by AHn to be the اصل [app. أَصْل, and, if not a mistranscription, meaning best sort,] of the حَمْض; (TA;) or, as he says, (O, TA,) in one place, (TA,) on the authority of certain of the Arabs of the desert, of 'Omán, (O,) the قَيْسَبَة is a plant (شُجَيْرَة, O, or شَجَرَة, TA) which grows in the manner of slender stalks, from one root or stem, and rises to the measure of a cubit, (O, TA,) having a leaf intensely green, round, and somewhat long, (O,) the flower of which is like that of the violet, (O, TA,) exactly; (O;) and it serves as fuel in its fresh, or moist, state, like as does the dry. (TA.) ذَكَرٌ قَيْسَبَانٌ [in the CK قَيْسَبَانُ] Penis durus et crassus. (K.) مُقَسَّبٌ said by Freytag to occur in the Deewán of Jereer as an epithet applied to poison, signifying Having things whereby its potency is augmented mixed with it, is evidently a mistranscription for مُقَشَّبٌ.]
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