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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
3830. لحف20 3831. لحق17 3832. لحم17 3833. لحن21 3834. لحى8 3835. لخ33836. لخب6 3837. لخت3 3838. لخص12 3839. لخق4 3840. لخى3 3841. لد3 3842. لدب1 3843. لدم16 3844. لدن18 3845. لذ3 3846. لذب6 3847. لذع14 3848. لز3 3849. لزأ7 3850. لزب16 3851. لزج14 3852. لزق15 3853. لزم16 3854. لزن10 3855. لزورد2 3856. لس3 3857. لسب12 3858. لسد9 3859. لسن20 3860. لص4 3861. لصب9 3862. لصت6 3863. لصق12 3864. لط3 3865. لطأ10 3866. لطث7 3867. لطح12 3868. لطخ11 3869. لطس10 3870. لطف17 3871. لطم15 3872. لظ2 3873. لظأ3 3874. لعب17 3875. لعث3 3876. لعج11 3877. لعس14 3878. لعط9 3879. لعق15 3880. لعل9 3881. لعن18 3882. لعو7 3883. لغب16 3884. لغث7 3885. لغد12 3886. لغذ1 3887. لغز15 3888. لغط18 3889. لغم14 3890. لغن7 3891. لغو10 3892. لف5 3893. لفأ11 3894. لفت20 3895. لفث4 3896. لفج9 3897. لفح13 3898. لفط1 3899. لفظ17 3900. لفع15 3901. لفق14 3902. لفم9 3903. لفو7 3904. لق3 3905. لقب14 3906. لقث5 3907. لقح19 3908. لقس11 3909. لقط18 3910. لقف16 3911. لقم16 3912. لقن15 3913. لقى5 3914. لك3 3915. لكأ12 3916. لكب4 3917. لكث7 3918. لكد11 3919. لكز15 3920. لكم12 3921. لكن13 3922. للب1 3923. لم8 3924. لمأ7 3925. لمج10 3926. لمح16 3927. لمز13 3928. لمس19 3929. لمظ17 Prev. 100
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1 لَخَّتْ عَيْنُهُ, (S, L, K,) aor. تَلِخٌّ, inf. n. لَخٌّ and لَخِيخٌ, (L,) His eye shed copious tears, (S, L, K,) and its lids became rough. (L.) b2: لَخِخَتْ عَيْنُهُ, as also لَحِحَتْ, His eyelids stuck together, by reason of a white thick matter collected in their corners. (L.) See لحّ. b3: لَخَّ فِى كَلَامِهِ, [aor., accord. to analogy, لَخِّ,] He was obscure and barbarous in his speech. (K.) 8 التخّ عَلَيْهِمْ أَمْرُهُمْ Their affair, or case, became confused, or perplexed, to them. (S, K. *) b2: التخّ It (herbage) became tangled, or luxuriant. (S, K.) لَخَّةٌ Obscureness and barbarousness in speech. (TA.) A2: A dirty, stinking, woman. (K.) وَادٍ لَاخٌّ, (As, Ibn-Ma'een, K,) and لَاحٌّ, (K,) or this is incorrect, (Ibn-Ma'een,) A valley having intricate defiles, or narrow passes: (K:) or, abounding with trees, and intricate; as also ↓ مُلْتَخٌّ: (L:) or, intricate by reason of its trees: (As:) or it is لاخ, without teshdeed, [i. e. لَاخٌ, or, as its derivation presently mentioned implies, لَاخٍ,] (Sh, K,) from أَلْخَى, distorted (L, K) [but in the former written الخآء] in the mouth. (L.) b2: جَوْفٌ لاخٌّ A deep valley. (IAar.) لَخْلَخَانِىٌّ, (S, K,) fem. with ة, (L,) A man whose speech, or utterance, is characterized by what is termed لَخْلَخَانِيَّة, or barbarousness, or vitiousness, &c.: (L:) not chaste in speech, or utterance. (S, K.) لَخْلَخَانِيَّةٌ A barbarousness, or vitiousness, in speech, or utterance; a want of chasteness therein; an - impotence, or impediment, or a difficulty, therein. (AO, S, L, K.) It is a quality of the dial. of the Arabs of the desert of Esh-Shahr and 'Omán; as when they say, for مَا شَآءَ اللّٰهُ, مَشَآءَ اللّٰهُ: (Eth-Tha'álibee:) or is derived from لَخْلَخَانُ, the name of a tribe: or, as some say, of a place. (L.) نَظَرَ فُلَانٌ نَظَرَ اللَّخَلْخَانِيَّةِ Such a one looked with the look of barbarians, or foreigners; or, of those who are barbarous in speech. (As.) سَكْرَانُ مُلْتَخٌّ, (S, K,) vulg. مُلْطَخٌّ, (S,) or مُلَطَّخٌ, (as in some copies of the S and K,) but this should not be said, (K,) A drunken man confused in his intellect, (S, L,) and not understanding anything: (L:) or, full of drink; (K;) as also مُرْتَخٌّ. (TA in art. رخ.) b2: See لَاخٌّ.
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