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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4170. موج13 4171. موذ6 4172. مور16 4173. موز11 4174. موس15 4175. موش74176. 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 4216. نبط20 4217. نبع19 4218. نبق14 4219. نبل18 4220. نبه14 4221. نبهرج3 4222. نبى2 4223. نبيق1 4224. نت2 4225. نتأ11 4226. نتب6 4227. نتج16 4228. نتح10 4229. نتخ10 4230. نتر14 4231. نتش14 4232. نتع8 4233. نتن13 4234. نث5 4235. نثت4 4236. نثر19 4237. نثل14 4238. نثى1 4239. نج3 4240. نجأ9 4241. نجب16 4242. نجث11 4243. نجح15 4244. نجد20 4245. نجذ13 4246. نجر17 4247. نجز17 4248. نجس17 4249. نجش17 4250. نجص1 4251. نجع17 4252. نجف14 4253. نجل17 4254. نجم20 4255. نجو10 4256. نح3 4257. نحب19 4258. نحث4 4259. نحر19 4260. نحز12 4261. نحس21 4262. نحف15 4263. نحل17 4264. نحم14 4265. نحو9 4266. نخ4 4267. نخب14 4268. نخت7 4269. نخج8 Prev. 100
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مَاشٌ [Indian peas;] a certain grain, well known, (S in art. ميش, and K,) round, smaller than the حِمَّص [or chick-pea], of a tawny colour inclining to greenness; it is in Syria and India; and is sown; (TA;) also called مَجٌّ and خُلَّرٌ and زِنٌّ: (TA, art. مج:) it is of moderate temperature; and the mixture made thereof is commended, being beneficial to him who is fevered, and him who is affected with rheum; it is lenitive; and when cooked with vinegar, it is beneficial for purulent pustulous mange or scab; and an external application thereof strengthens feeble limbs: (K:) the word is arabicized [from the Persian مَاشْ], or postclassical. (S.) A2: Utensils and furniture, of the meaner sort, of a house or tent. (IAar, K.) Hence the saying, المَاشُ خَيْرٌ مِنْ لَاشَ, [in one copy of the K I find لَاشٍ, but the former seems to be the right reading,] meaning, Mean house-hold utensils and furniture are better than nothing; or] what is in the house, or tent, of worthless utensils and furniture, is better than its being empty: (K, TA:) لاش is here contracted [from لَاشَىْءَ] for the sake of its resembling ماش. (TA.) And خَاشَ مَاشَ and خَاشِ مَاشِ signify the same as مَاشٌ thus used: (K, TA in art. خوش:) or the refuse, or meanest sort, of people, or of mankind; as in the M. (TA.)
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