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3556. قين16 3557. ك6 3558. كَ2 3559. كأ1 3560. كأب11 3561. كأد113562. كأس13 3563. كأكأ10 3564. كأن4 3565. كأى1 3566. كب4 3567. كبا6 3568. كبت18 3569. كبث11 3570. كبح15 3571. كبد20 3572. كبر19 3573. كبرت6 3574. كبس17 3575. كبش12 3576. كبعث2 3577. كبكب7 3578. كبن11 3579. كت5 3580. كتأ4 3581. كتب22 3582. كتد11 3583. كتف19 3584. كتل17 3585. كتلة1 3586. كتم19 3587. كتن15 3588. كث5 3589. كثأ8 3590. كثب22 3591. كثر21 3592. كثعب3 3593. كثنب2 3594. كج3 3595. كح4 3596. كحب8 3597. كحت4 3598. كحث4 3599. كحط5 3600. كحل17 3601. كد5 3602. كدأ7 3603. كدب7 3604. كدح18 3605. كدر18 3606. كدس17 3607. كدش10 3608. كدم16 3609. كذ5 3610. كذب22 3611. كذبن1 3612. كذنق4 3613. كر5 3614. كرب21 3615. كربح4 3616. كربس11 3617. كربق3 3618. كرت10 3619. كرتب4 3620. كرتح4 3621. كرث14 3622. كرثأ4 3623. كرج9 3624. كرد11 3625. كردح5 3626. كردم6 3627. كرز15 3628. كرس22 3629. كرش19 3630. كرشب3 3631. كرص6 3632. كرع19 3633. كرفأ5 3634. كرفس10 3635. كرك10 3636. كركب5 3637. كرم21 3638. كرمح4 3639. كرنب6 3640. كره19 3641. كرى6 3642. كز6 3643. كزب8 3644. كزبر8 3645. كس6 3646. كسب18 3647. كسبر3 3648. كست7 3649. كسج10 3650. كسح17 3651. كسحب2 3652. كسد15 3653. كسر18 3654. كسط6 3655. كسف21 Prev. 100
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أد1 كَأَدَ, aor. كَاَ^َ, He was in an evil state, and broken [in spirit] by grief, or mourning; or was in grief, unhappy, sorrowful, or sad, syn. كَئِبَ. (K.) 5 تَكَأَّدَنِى and ↓ تَكَآءَدَنِى It (a thing, or an affair,) was difficult to me; it distressed, troubled, fatigued, or wearied, me. (S, L, K.) b2: تكأّد الشَّىْءَ He took, or imposed, upon himself, or undertook, the thing, in spite of difficulty, trouble or inconvenience; he constrained himself to do the thing, notwithstanding it was difficult, troublesome, or inconvenient, to him. (L, K.) You say تَكَأَّدْتُ الذَّهَابَ إِلَى فُلَانٍ, meaning, I [constrained myself to go, and] went to such a one, in spite of difficulty, trouble, or inconvenience. (Az, L.) b3: He endured the thing; struggled with, or against, it; contended with its difficulty, or severity; underwent difficulties, troubles, or inconveniences, in doing it; endured, or bore, its heat and severity; syn. كَابَدَهُ, and صَلِىَ بِهِ. (IAar, L, K.) 6 تَكَاَّ^َ see 5.

كَأْدَآءُ Difficulty. (IAar, L, K.) b2: Grief; sorrow; mourning; syn. حُزْنٌ: so accord. to the K; but accord. to IAar [and the L] fear; syn. خَوْفٌ: (TA:) and caution: (IAar, L.) b3: Injustice. (K.) b4: A dark night. (IAar, L, K.) b5: See also كَؤُودٌ.

عَقَبَةٌ كَؤُودٌ, (S, L, K,) and ↓ كَأْدَآءُ, (L, K,) A mountain-road difficult of ascent. (S, L, K. *) Such a road is also termed [simply] كَأْدَآءُ, and صُعَدَآءُ: [in the K it is said, that كُؤَدَآءُ is syn. with صُعَدَآءُ:] and كَؤُودٌ [in like manner, as a subst.,] signifies. a difficult place of ascent: like صَعُودٌ. (L, TA.)
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