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1 لَهِجَ بِهِ, aor. لَهَجَ, (S, K,) inf. n. لَهَجٌ; (S;) and ↓ أَلْهَجَ, and ↓ لَهْوَجَ; (TA;) He became devoted, addicted, or attached, to it, (i. e., to an affair, TA,) and kept, attended, or applied himself, constantly, perseveringly, persistently, or assiduously, to it; was intent upon it; (S, K;) and accustomed, or habituated, himself to it. (TA.) 2 لَهَّجَهُمْ, inf. n. تَلْهِيجٌ, He fed them with something whereby to ally the craving of their stomachs before the morning-meal called الغَدَآء. (El-Umawee, S, K.) [See لُهْجَةٌ.]4 الهجهُ بِهِ He made him to become devoted, addicted, or attached, to it, (an affair,) and to keep, attend, or apply himself, constantly, perseveringly, or assiduously, to it; to be intent upon it; and to accustom himself to it. (TA.) See 1. b2: الهج He (a man) had young weaned camels intent upon sucking their mothers, and persevering therein, (S, K,) and therefore made wooden pins, and tied them to the udders, that the young ones might not be able to suck: (S:) this form of the verb signifies the depriving the object of the quality denoted by the unaugmented verb: (L:) or he (a pastor) had young weaned camels intent upon sucking their mothers, and persevering therein, and it became necessary for him to perforate the tongue of each, and to insert in it a فَلْكَة, which is a round thing, like the فَلْكَة of a spindle, made of coarse hair (هُلْب), and [probably meaning or] to slit the tongue; each of which operations is performed to prevent its sucking; for the same purpose, also, a wooden pin is stuck over the nose of the young camel: the pastor in this case is termed ↓ مُلْهِجٌ: and one does not say أَلْهَجْتُ الفَصِيلَ, but simply أَلْهَجَ الرَّاعِى. (T.) 11 الهاجّ, inf. n. إِلْهِيجَاجٌ, It (anything, S) became mixed, or confused. (S, K.) b2: It (milk) thickened so that parts thereof became mixed together, but it did not become completely thick. (S, K.) b3: الهاجّت عَيْنُهُ His eye became infused (lit. mixed) with drowsiness. (S, K,) b4: [See also مُلْهَاجٌّ.] Q. Q. 1 لَهْوَجَ أَمْرَهُ (inf. n. لَهْوَجَةٌ, S) (tropical:) He performed, executed, or managed, his affairs in an unsound manner. (Az, S, K.) b2: لَهْوَجَ He cooked roast meat insufficiently, or not thoroughly: (K:) or he cooked roast meat, (K,) or flesh-meat, (S,) not well; (S, K;) as also ↓ تَلَهْوَجَ. (S.) See 1.

Q. Q. 2 see Q. Q. 1.

لَهِجٌ بِأَمْرٍ Devoted, addicted, or attached, to an affair, and keeping, attending, or applying himself, constantly, perseveringly, persistently, or assiduously, to it; intent upon it; and accustoming himself to it: part. n. of 1.] You say, رَجُلٌ لَهِجٌ بِشَىْءٍ [A man devoted, &c., to a thing]. (M in art. بل.) لَهْجَةٌ and ↓ لَهَجَةٌ The tongue: (S, K:) or the tip, or extremity, of the tongue. (L.) b2: The tongue, or dialect, or language, which a person speaks by nature and custom and education. (L.) b3: فُلَانٌ فَصِيحُ اللَّهْجَةِ, and ↓ اللَّهَجَةِ, Such a one is of chaste tongue: (S:) or, chaste in the dialect, or language, which he speaks by nature and custom and education. (L.) b4: Also, (assumed tropical:) both words, but the former is the more approved, The sound of speech. (L.) لُهْجَةٌ That with which one allays the craving of his stomach before the morning-meal called الغَدَآء. (K.) لَهَجَةٌ: see لَهْجَةٌ.

مُلْهِجٌ: see 4.

مُلَهْوَجٌ Roast meat insufficiently cooked. (S.) b2: رَأْيٌ مُلَهْوَجٌ (tropical:) An unsound opinion. (A.) b3: حَدِيثٌ مُلَهْوَجٌ (tropical:) An unsound story, narration, or tradition. (A.) مُلْهَاجٌّ Mixed; confused. (TA.) b2: Milk thickened so that parts thereof are mixed together, but not completely thick. (TA.) b3: رَأَيْتُ

أَمْرَ بَنِى فُلَانٍ مُلْهَاجًّا I saw the affair, or case, of the sons of such a one to be confused. (S.) مُلَهَّجٌ One who sleeps, and lacks power, or ability, to work. (K.)
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