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3453. قعسس1 3454. قعص13 3455. قعط15 3456. قعى2 3457. قف5 3458. قفأ33459. 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 3501. قنأ14 3502. قنب15 3503. قنبر8 3504. قنبط5 3505. قنبع6 3506. قنت18 3507. قنح12 3508. قند13 3509. قنر7 3510. قنس9 3511. قنص13 3512. قنط17 3513. قنطر12 3514. قنع18 3515. قنفد4 3516. قنفذ8 3517. قنقل5 3518. قنو14 3519. قهب9 3520. قهد10 3521. قهر15 3522. قهزب3 3523. قهق2 3524. قهقب4 3525. قهقر10 3526. قهقم3 3527. قهل10 3528. قهنب3 3529. قو2 3530. قوب15 3531. قوت17 3532. قوح11 3533. قود14 3534. قور17 3535. قوس17 3536. قوض13 3537. قوط12 3538. قوع15 3539. قوف13 3540. قوق11 3541. قول15 3542. قولنج3 3543. قوم19 3544. قوه12 3545. قوى5 3546. قيا2 3547. قيح16 3548. قيد16 3549. قير15 3550. قيس18 3551. قيص10 3552. قيض20 Prev. 100
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أ1 قَفِئَتِ الأَرْضُ, aor. قَفَاَ, inf. n. قَفْءٌ, The land was rained upon, and its herbage became altered and spoiled thereby: (K:) or قَفْءٌ [the inf. n.] signifies the falling of dust upon the herbs, or leguminous plants, (AHn, K, TA,) in consequence of which they are spoiled if the dust be not washed off. (AHn, TA.) [See فَقَأَت as said of the بُهْمَى.]8 اقتفأ الخَرْزَ is said in the K to be syn. with افتقأهُ, [q. v.,] and is expl. by Lh as meaning He repeated the [kind of sewing termed] خَرْز [i. e. the sewing of skins and the like by means of an awl], and added, between the two kulbehs, another kulbeh, as is done with reed-mats when they are re-sewed. (TA.) [The kulbeh (كُلْبَة, q. v.) is here described as a thong, or a strand (طَاقَة) of [the membranous fibres that grow at the base of the branches of the palm-tree and are called]

لِيف, used in the same manner as the shoemaker's awl, &c., as in art. كلب, q. v.; but what is here meant by this word is evidently, I think, a thong, or the like, with which a skin is sewed, agreeably with another explanation of it in art. كلب.]
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