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4307. نس5 4308. نسأ18 4309. نسب17 4310. نسج16 4311. نسح9 4312. نسخ174313. 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 4351. نطر12 4352. نطس14 4353. نطش7 4354. نطع16 4355. نطف18 4356. نطق16 4357. نطل14 4358. نطم3 4359. نطو7 4360. نظر19 4361. نظف18 4362. نظم16 4363. نعب15 4364. نعت15 4365. نعث7 4366. نعج14 4367. نعر16 4368. نعس17 4369. نعش15 4370. نعظ9 4371. نعق16 4372. نعل18 4373. نعم24 4374. نعو7 4375. نغ2 4376. نغب12 4377. نغت5 4378. نغث3 4379. نغر16 4380. نغص13 4381. نغض16 4382. نغف13 4383. نغق12 4384. نغل16 4385. نغم13 4386. نغو5 4387. نفأ7 4388. نفت9 4389. نفث19 4390. نفج14 4391. نفخ16 4392. نفد17 4393. نفذ20 4394. نفر21 4395. نفز10 4396. نفس22 4397. نفش19 4398. نفض18 4399. نفط16 4400. نفع15 4401. نفق22 4402. نفل21 4403. نفى5 4404. نقب25 4405. نقت7 4406. نقث9 Prev. 100
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1 نَسَخَ, aor. نَسَخَ, (L, K,) inf. n. نَسْخٌ; and ↓ انتسخ; (L;) He, or it, annulled, superseded, obliterated, effaced, or cancelled, (L, K,) a thing, بِشَىْءٍ آخَرَ by another thing. (L.) It annulled, or superseded, a thing, and took the place of it. (L.) Ex. نَسَخَتِ الشَّمْسُ الظِّلَ, and ↓ انتسخته, (tropical:) The sun annulled, or superseded, the shade, (S, L,) and took the place of it. (L.) نَسَخَ الشَّيْبُ الشَّبَابَ (tropical:) Hoariness took the place of youth. (A, Msb.) Also, نَسَخَ He annulled, superseded, abolished, or made void, a thing, substituting for it another thing. (K.) Ex. نَسَخَ

آيَةً He (God) abrogated, annulled, or superseded, the verse of the Kur-án, (Lth, Fr, S, L,) substituting for it another; (Lth, Fr, L;) بِالْآيَةِ by the [i. e. another] verse: (S:) or he changed it by substituting for it another: نَسَخَ signifying he changed a thing by substituting for it another thing. (IAar, L.) [See also 4.] Legal نَسْخ, or abrogation, may respect the letter and the force of command, or one of these; whether the command have been performed, as is generally the case, or have not been performed, as in the case of the sacrifice of Ishmael, [or, as some of the Muslims say, agreeably with the Bible narrative, Isaac,] for Abraham was commanded to sacrifice him, and then the command was abrogated before its execution. (Msb.) b2: Also, نَسَخَ He, or it, changed, or altered, a thing. (K.) Ex. نَسَخَتِ الرِّيحُ آثَارَ الدَّارِ The wind changed, or altered, [or, it may also be rendered, obliterated, or effaced,] the traces of the dwelling. (S.) b3: نَسَخَهُ He transformed him, or metamorphosed him, into a worse, or more foul, or more ugly, shape; i. q. مَسَخَهُ: (K:) ex. نَسَخَهُ اللّٰهُ قِرْدًا God transformed him into an ape. (Fr, Aboo-Sa'eed.) b4: [Also, as used in post-classical, and perhaps in classical, times, He (God) caused his soul to pass into the body of another man.] The connexion of the soul of a human being, after its departure from the body, with the body of another human being, is termed نَسْخٌ; with the body of a beast, مَسْخٌ; with a plant, فَسْخٌ; and with an inanimate and not-increasing body, رَسْخٌ. (Marginal note in a copy of the KT.) [But see 1 (last sentence) in art. فسخ. See also 6.]

b5: نَسَخَ He transferred a thing from one place to another, it remaining the same: (TA:) he transferred what was in a bee-hive to another [hive or place]. (K.) b6: نَسَخَ الكِتَابَ, (S, Msb, K,) aor. نَسَخَ, inf. n. نَسْخٌ; (Msb;) and ↓ انتسخهُ, (S, Msb, K,) and استنسخهُ; (S, K;) are syn., (S,) signifying He copied, or transcribed, the writing, or book, (T, Msb, K,) letter for letter. (T.) b7: مَا نَسَخَهُ وَإِنَّمَا مَسَخَهُ [He has not copied it, but only corrupted it by changing the diacritical points and altering the meanings]. (A.) b8: ↓ نَسْتَنْسِخُ, in the Kur, xlv. 28, signifies We set down, or register, and preserve: (Jel:) or We command to be transcribed and to be set down, or registered. (T.) 3 نَاْسَخَ see 6.4 انسخ He (God) made a verse of the Kur-án to be abrogated, annulled, or superseded, by another verse: (Z, MF:) or found it to be so; like أَحْمَدَهُ “ he found him, or it, to be praised, or praiseworthy. ” (AAF.) In the Kur, ii. 100, Ibn-'Ámir reads مَا نُنْسِخْ for ما نَنْسَخْ. (TA.) [See also 1.]6 تناسخت الأَشْيَآءُ The things succeeded one another, one taking the place of another. (L.) b2: تناسخت القُرُونُ, (A, Msb,) and الأَزْمِنَةُ, (Msb, K,) (tropical:) The times succeeded, one in the place of another; (Msb, K;) one passing away after another. (K.) b3: تناسخت الوَرَثَةُ, (tropical:) [The heirs died, one after another, and so cancelled their rights to inheritance]. (A.) تَنَاسُخٌ (S, K) and ↓ مَنَاسُخَةٌ (K) in the case of an inheritance, (S, K,) or with respect to the fixed primary portions of an inheritance assigned by the Kur-án, is The dying of heirs after other heirs while the original inheritance remains undivided. (S, K.) b4: تناسخ It became changed from one state to another. (L.) b5: تناسخت الأَرْوَاحُ (tropical:) [The souls transmigrated]. (MF.) تَنَاسُخٌ, [The transmigration of the soul from one human body to another, is thus explained;] the connexion of the soul with the body after its separation from another body, without the intervention (تَخَلُّل) of any time between the two connexions, by reason of the essential love subsisting between the soul and the body. (KT; in some copies of which تحلّل is put for تخلّل.) [See also 1.]

نُسْخَةٌ A copy, or transcript: (S, L, Msb, K:) so called because it supplies the place of the original: (L:) pl. نُسَخٌ. (Msb.) b2: Also, A copy, or an original, from which a transcript is made: (L:) [pl. as above].

نُسَخِيَّةٌ: see نَسِيخَةٌ.

بَلْدَةٌ نَسِيخَةٌ, and ↓ نُسَخِيَّةٌ, A distant town, or district, or country. (K.) b2: [A transverse or cross wind. See نَيِّحَة in art. نوح.]

نَاسِخٌ and ↓ مُنْتَسِخٌ A copier, or transcriber, of a writing or writings, or of a book or books. (L.) b2: آيَةٌ نَاسِخَةٌ A verse of the Kur-án that abrogates, annuls, or supersedes, another verse. (S.) [See 1.] [And so,] ↓ آيَةٌ مَنْسُوخَةٌ A verse of the Kur-án that is abrogated, annulled, or superseded, by another verse. (S.) b3: [نَاسِخٌ An epithet applied to a particle, (namely, إِنَّ and the like, and مَا and لا,) or a verb, (namely, the abstract كَان and the like, and كَادَ and the like, and ظَنَّ and the like,) which effects a change of the grammatical form, or of the meaning, in a nominal proposition before which it is placed.

الخُرُوفُ الناسِخَةُ لِلْإِبْتِدَآءِ The particles which annul the quality of the inchoative.]

التَّنَاسُخِيَّةُ (K) (tropical:) The sect which holds the doctrine of تَنَاسُخُ الأَرْوَاحِ [or the transmigration of souls], and denies the resurrection. (MF.) مَنْسُوخٌ and ↓ مُنْتَسَخٌ A writing, or book, copied, or transcribed. (Msb.) b2: See نَاسِخٌ.

مُنْتَسَخٌ: see مَنْسُوخٌ.

مُنْتَسِخٌ: see نَاسِخٌ.
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