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3655. كسف21 3656. كسق2 3657. كسل17 3658. كسو11 3659. كش4 3660. كشأ83661. 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 3683. كغد6 3684. كغذ3 3685. كف7 3686. كفأ18 3687. كفت16 3688. كفح13 3689. كفر25 3690. كفل22 3691. كفن16 3692. كفهر8 3693. كفى6 3694. ككب5 3695. ككنج1 3696. كل8 3697. كلأ16 3698. كلب20 3699. كلبث5 3700. كلت8 3701. كلتب4 3702. كلث3 3703. كلثب3 3704. كلج7 3705. كلح15 3706. كلحب4 3707. كلد10 3708. كلس12 3709. كلف20 3710. كلم16 3711. كلو5 3712. كم12 3713. كمأ13 3714. كمت15 3715. كمثر9 3716. كمح10 3717. كمخ12 3718. كمد16 3719. كمر12 3720. كمس11 3721. كمش14 3722. كمل18 3723. كمن16 3724. كمه15 3725. كمى4 3726. كن6 3727. كنب14 3728. كنبت5 3729. كنبث5 3730. كنت9 3731. كنتب3 3732. كنث5 3733. كنثب3 3734. كنخب3 3735. كند15 3736. كندث3 3737. كندر5 3738. كنز21 3739. كنس22 3740. كنعت3 3741. كنعث3 3742. كنعد6 3743. كنف20 3744. كنفث3 3745. كنه15 3746. كنى6 3747. كهب10 3748. كهد8 3749. كهدب3 3750. كهر14 3751. كهرب6 3752. كهكب3 3753. كهل18 3754. كهن18 Prev. 100
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أ1 كَشَأَ, aor. كَشَاَ, He ate cucumber. (S.) b2: كَشَأَ, (S, K.) inf. n. كَشْءٌ, (S,) He ate food: (TA:) or he ate food in the same manner as one eats cucumbers; (Az, S, K;) chewing with the extreme grinders, or filling the mouth, (خَضْمًا,) as in eating cucumbers and the like. (TA.) b3: كَشَأَ and ↓ كشّأ, He ate flesh-meat: [the latter] only used with reference to flesh-meat. (TA.) b4: كَشَأَ He ate a piece of كَشِىْء. (TA.) [See also 4 and 5.] b5: كَشِئَ مِنَ الطَّعَامِ, aor. كَشَاَ, inf. n. كَشْءٌ and كَشَآءٌ (K) and, accord. to some, كَشَأٌ; (TA;) and ↓ تكشّأ; (K;) He was, or became, filled with food. (K.) A2: كَشَأَ, (S, K,) inf. n. كَشْءٌ; (S;) and ↓ اكشأ; (El-Umawee, S, K:) He roasted meat until it became dry. (AA, S, K.) b2: كَشِئَ It (a skin for water &c.) had its inner skin appearing through its outer; (K;) as happens when a skin has been long folded, and has dried and broken in that state. (TA) b3: كَشِئَتْ يَدُهُ His hand chapped; or its skin became rough and corrugated. (K.) A3: كَشَأَ He peeled a thing: (Fr, K:) used with reference to a hide. (TA.) A4: كَشَأَ وَسَطَهُ He smote and cut his, or its, middle with a sword. (K, TA.) A5: كَشَأَ Inivit feminam. (K.) 2 كَشَّاَ see 1.4 اكشأ He ate. كَشِىْء. (TA.) A2: And see 1.5 تكشّأ اللَّحْمَ He ate dry meat [see كَشِىء], (S,) and was filled with it. (TA.) See 1.

A2: تكشّأ It became peeled. (K.) b2: تكشّأ الأَدِيمُ The hide became peeled: [i. e., its outer layer of skin, or scarf-skin, was shaven, or scraped off]. (S.) كَشْءٌ inf. n. of 1, q. v. b2: Roughness and corrugation [or chapping] in the skin of the hand. (TA.) كَشِئٌ and كَشِىْءٌ Filled with food. (K.) A2: كَشِىْءٌ Meat roasted until it becomes dry. (S.) كُشْأَةٌ A vice, fault, defect, blemish, or something amiss. (K.)
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