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4116. مغص15 4117. مغط11 4118. مغنطس1 4119. مقأ2 4120. مقت15 4121. مقد64122. مقر15 4123. مقط14 4124. مقل17 4125. مكأ5 4126. مكت6 4127. مكث17 4128. مكد9 4129. مكر22 4130. مكس18 4131. مكن18 4132. مكو8 4133. مل4 4134. ملأ14 4135. ملب3 4136. ملت5 4137. ملث11 4138. ملج16 4139. ملح19 4140. ملخ12 4141. ملد13 4142. ملذ11 4143. ملز9 4144. ملس16 4145. ملص16 4146. ملط17 4147. ملع9 4148. ملق17 4149. ملك21 4150. ملى1 4151. من14 4152. منأ10 4153. منجن3 4154. منجنيق3 4155. منح16 4156. منذ10 4157. منع16 4158. منى11 4159. مه5 4160. مهج14 4161. مهد16 4162. مهر17 4163. مهل18 4164. مهم4 4165. مهن15 4166. مهو10 4167. موأ7 4168. موت20 4169. موث8 4170. موج13 4171. موذ6 4172. مور16 4173. موز11 4174. موس15 4175. موش7 4176. موق13 4177. مول16 4178. موم14 4179. موه17 4180. موى2 4181. ميب4 4182. ميت4 4183. ميث9 4184. ميح14 4185. ميد19 4186. مير17 4187. ميز19 4188. ميس17 4189. ميش9 4190. ميط14 4191. ميع14 4192. ميل20 4193. ن7 4194. نأ1 4195. نأت5 4196. نأث5 4197. نأج9 4198. نأد6 4199. نأدل4 4200. نأش8 4201. نئف2 4202. نام1 4203. ناى1 4204. نب5 4205. نبأ16 4206. نبت17 4207. نبث13 4208. نبج11 4209. نبح16 4210. نبخ10 4211. نبذ19 4212. نبر15 4213. نبز15 4214. نبش13 4215. نبض14 Prev. 100
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مَقَدِىٌّ A certain kind of beverage, prepared from honey, (S, L, K,) which the Khaleefehs of the sons of Umeyyeh used to drink: (L:) so called in relation to a town in Syria, (S, L,) called مَقَدٌ; or in relation to a town in Syria in the province of El-Urdunn: (L:) or this is a mistake; for the name of the town is with teshdeed [مَقَدٌّ]: IB says, that the orthography of the word as best known to the lexicologists is مَقَدِىٌّ, without teshdeed; but that A 'Obeyd and others write it with teshdeed; and that IAmb cites in confirmation of its being thus a verse of 'Amr Ibn-Maadeekerib, at the end of which occurs the expression شَغَلُوهُ عَنْ شَرْبِ المَقَدِّ; without ى; [app. for مَقَدِّى;] adding, that it is thus called in relation to مَقَدٌّ, a town of Damascus, in the mountain overlooking El-Ghór: (L:) A 'Obeyd says, I hold it to be correctly مَقَدِّىٌّ; and I heard Rejà Ibn-Selemeh explain this as signifying “ wine diminished to half its quantity by boiling; ” as though it were divided (قُدَّ) in halves: (Sh, L:) IB adds, that Aboo-t-Teyyib the lexicologist says, that the word in question is with د without teshdeed; from مَقَدٌ; and is only written with teshdeed by poetic licence: and in confirmation of this assertion, IB cites verses in which the name of the town and that of the beverage are written without teshdeed. (L.) b2: ثَوْبٌ مَقَدِىٌّ A certain well-known kind of cloth, or garment: (L, TA:) you say ثِيَابٌ مَقَدِيَّةٌ. (K. [In the CK, erroneously, مَقَدِّيَّةٌ.])
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