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4251. نجع17 4252. نجف14 4253. نجل17 4254. نجم20 4255. نجو10 4256. نح34257. 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 4270. نخر19 4271. نخرب8 4272. نخس14 4273. نخع15 4274. نخف7 4275. نخل15 4276. نخو9 4277. ند4 4278. ندأ8 4279. ندب16 4280. ندح19 4281. ندر16 4282. ندس14 4283. ندف13 4284. ندل14 4285. ندم18 4286. ندى3 4287. نذر19 4288. نذل14 4289. نرب8 4290. نرج8 4291. نرجس11 4292. نرد9 4293. نرز8 4294. نرسن3 4295. نز4 4296. نزأ8 4297. نزب8 4298. نزح16 4299. نزر16 4300. نزع17 4301. نزف17 4302. نزق13 4303. نزك13 4304. نزل21 4305. نزه17 4306. نزو9 4307. نس5 4308. نسأ18 4309. نسب17 4310. نسج16 4311. نسح9 4312. نسخ17 4313. نسر17 4314. نسع11 4315. نسغ9 4316. نسف17 4317. نسك16 4318. نسل17 4319. نسم18 4320. نش4 4321. نشأ15 4322. نشب15 4323. نشج13 4324. نشد13 4325. نشر20 4326. نشز18 4327. نشط19 4328. نشف17 4329. نشق14 4330. نص5 4331. نصأ7 4332. نصب20 4333. نصح16 4334. نصر15 4335. نصع13 4336. نصف22 4337. نصل18 4338. نصم3 4339. نصى2 4340. نض4 4341. نضب16 4342. نضج16 4343. نضح17 4344. نضد17 4345. نضر18 4346. نضل17 4347. نضو11 4348. نطأ1 4349. نطب9 4350. نطح16 Prev. 100
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1 نَحَّ, aor. نَحِّ, inf. n. نَحِيحٌ, He (a man) reiterated a sound, or made it to reciprocate, (رَدَّدَهُ,) in his inside: (S, L:) or his voice was reiterated, or made to reciprocate, (تَرَدَّدَ,) in his inside; as also ↓ نَحْنَحَ and ↓ تَنَحْنَحَ: (K:) [each of these verbs, of which the last seems to be the most common, signifies, as is implied in the L &c., and accord. to present usage, he made a reiterated humming in his throat, like a slight coughing, or, as some say, more violent than coughing; as is often done by a niggard when he is asked for a thing:] التَّنَحْنُحُ is well known, (S,) and النَّحْنَحَةُ is like it; (Lth, S;) it is [the making a sound, or sounds, in the throat,] slighter than coughing; and is the pretence of the niggard: (Lth:) or it is more violent than coughing; as also النَّحِيحُ. (L.) See also حِرَّةٌ. b2: [Hence, from the sound employed,] نَحَّ, aor. نَحُّ, He incited, or urged on, a camel. (K.) R. Q. 1 See نَحَّ. b2: نَحْنَحَهُ He repulsed him (namely an asker, or a beggar, L) in a foul, or an abominable, manner. (L, K.) R. Q. 2 see نَحَّ.

نَحَاحَةٌ Niggardliness; avarice. (K.) b2: Also, contr., Liberality; bounty; munificence; generosity. (K.) شَحِيحٌ نَحِيحٌ [Very niggardly, or avaricious]: the latter word is an imitative sequent: (S, K:) or it is a corroborative syn. of the former: (MF:) as though meaning one who when asked for something, disliking to give it, has recourse to a pretence, and makes a reiterated breathing [or humming in his throat] as a feint to hide his unwillingness. (L.) [See also نَحَانِحَةٌ.]

نَحْنَحٌ: see نَحَانِحَةٌ.

نَحَانِحَةٌ Niggardly, or avaricious, men: base, ungenerous, mean, or sordid, men, who make a reiterated humming in the throat (يَتَنَحْنَحَونَ) when they are asked for something: (A:) pl. of ↓ نَحْنَحٌ: or a pl. having no sing. (TA.) [See also نَحِيحٌ.]
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