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3583. كتف19 3584. كتل17 3585. كتلة1 3586. كتم19 3587. كتن15 3588. كث53589. 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 3656. كسق2 3657. كسل17 3658. كسو11 3659. كش4 3660. كشأ8 3661. كشب7 3662. كشث9 3663. كشح16 3664. كشر15 3665. كشط18 3666. كشف19 3667. كشك10 3668. كظ5 3669. كظب6 3670. كظر11 3671. كظم19 3672. كعب17 3673. كعبر7 3674. كعت11 3675. كعثب6 3676. كعدب7 3677. كعسب4 3678. كعك8 3679. كعكب2 3680. كعل8 3681. كعم14 3682. كعنب5 Prev. 100
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1 كَثَّ, [aor. كَثِّ,] inf. n. كَثَاثَةٌ, It (a thing) became thick, or dense. (S.) b2: كَثَّ, aor. كَثِّ, inf. n. كُثُوثَةٌ and كَثَاثَةٌ; and كَثَّ, originally كَثِثَ, aor. كَثَّ, inf. n. كَثَثٌ; It (hair) became thick, or dense, without being long. (Msb.) b3: كَثَّتِ اللِّحْيَةُ, (aor.

كَثِ3َ, TA, or كَثُّ, A,) inf. n. كَثَاثَةٌ and كُثُوثَةٌ and كَثَثٌ, (and كَثٌّ, TA,) The beard became thick, or dense; and short and crisp; (K;) not spreading. (TA.) A2: كَثَّ بِسَلْحِهِ Alvum dejecit. (K.) 4 اكثّ and ↓ كَثْكَثَ He became thick, or dense, in the beard. (K.) R. Q. 1 see 4.

كَثٌّ Thick, or dense. (K.) b2: لِحْيَةٌ كَثَّةٌ, (IDrd, S, K,) and ↓ كَثَّآءُ, (S, K,) A thick, or dense, beard. (IDrd, &c.) b3: رَجُلٌ كَثُّ اللِّحْيَةِ, (S, K,) and اللحية ↓ كَثِيثُ, (K,) and ↓ رَجُلٌ أَكَثُّ, (Lth,) and كَثٌّ, (Lth, K,) A man having a thick, or dense, beard; (S, K;) not one that is thin or long. (TA.) You say قَوْمٌ كُثٌّ, A thick-bearded people: (S. K:) [كُثٌّ being pl. of كَثٌّ:] like as you say رَجُلٌ صَدْقُ اللِّقَآءِ, and قَوْمٌ صُدْقٌ: (S:) [or of أَكَثُّ:] كِثَاثٌ is also pl. of كَثٌ. (K.) b4: إِمْرَأَةٌ كَثَّةٌ, and ↓ كَثَّآءُ, A woman having thick, or dense, hair. (IDrd.) b5: By اللِّهَمَ الكِثَاثَ, occurring in a verse cited in art. حوث, is meant [The thick, or dense,] plants. (TA.) b6: Thaalabeh Ibn-'Obeyd El-'Adawee applies the epithet كَثَّة to palm-trees, using the expression كَثَّةُ الأَوْبَارِ; thus likening them to camels. (TA.) b7: قُدُومُهُ عَلَى كَثِّ مَنْخِرِهِ i. q. عَلَى رَغْمِ أَنْفِهِ [His coming is in spite of himself]. (TA.) كثاث [so in the L and TA: in the former, in a restored portion of a leaf:] Dust: mentioned by El-Khattábee as being considered by him not of established authority. (TA.) كَثَاثَاءُ Land (أَرْضٌ) abounding in dust. (K.) كَاثٌّ What grows from that which is scattered, or from that which falls about, of what is reaped. (K.) [See also زِرِّيعٌ.]

كَاثٍّ بِسَلْحِهِ Alvum dejiciens. (TA.) كَثْكَثٌ and كِثْكِثٌ Crumbled particles of stone; and dust: (S, K:) like أَثْلَبٌ and إِثْلِبٌ: (S:) or fine dust; and crumbled particles of stone: or dust in general. (TA.) One says بِفِيهِ الكثكثُ [In his mouth are crumbled particles of stone, and dust: app. meaning he is dead and buried]. (S.) [See also كثاث.].

كُثْكُثَى and كَثْكَثَى A certain game played with dust. (K.) أَكَثُّ: see كَثٌّ.
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