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4359. نطو7 4360. نظر19 4361. نظف18 4362. نظم16 4363. نعب15 4364. نعت154365. 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 4407. نقح16 4408. نقخ10 4409. نقد16 4410. نقذ16 4411. نقر20 4412. نقرس11 4413. نقز15 4414. نقس18 4415. نقش17 4416. نقص20 4417. نقض21 4418. نقط14 4419. نقع20 4420. نقف14 4421. نقل17 4422. نقلس2 4423. نقم18 4424. نقه14 4425. نقى2 4426. نكأ11 4427. نكب17 4428. نكت15 4429. نكث18 4430. نكح15 4431. نكد17 4432. نكر18 4433. نكز12 4434. نكس20 4435. نكش13 4436. نكص16 4437. نكع10 4438. نكف18 4439. نكل20 4440. نكه15 4441. نكى5 4442. نلج1 4443. نلك5 4444. نم6 4445. نمأ5 4446. نمت4 4447. نمذج5 4448. نمر17 4449. نمس21 4450. نمش16 4451. نمص13 4452. نمط16 4453. نمغ9 4454. نمل19 4455. نمى6 4456. نه1 4457. نهأ8 4458. نهب17 Prev. 100
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1 نَعَتَ, aor. نَعَتَ, inf. n. نَعْتٌ; and ↓ انتعت; He described, or characterized, or designated, (S, K,) a thing; (S;) syn. وَصَفَ: (S, K:) or he described a thing by mentioning what was in it, or what it possessed; whereas, in the وَصْف of a thing one may exaggerate: (L;) (??) distinguished a person or a thing by an epithet: and hence, he qualified a substantive by an epithet: and he used a word as an epithet] or he described a thing by mentioning what was in it that was good, or goodly; not with reference to what was bad. or foul, or ugly; unless by a straining of the meaning one say نَعْتٌ سَوْءٌ; whereas وَصَفَ is said with respect to what is good, or goodly and what is bad, or foul, or ugly: (IAth: or نَعَتَ signifies he described by mentioning the make, or form, or other outward characteristic, as tallness and shortness; and وَصَفَ respects action, as beating: or, accord. to Th, نَعَتَ signifies he described by mentioning something in some particular place in the body, such as lameness; whereas وَصَفَ is used with respect to what is common to the whole, as greatness, and generosity; therefore God is an object of وَصْف, but not of نَعْت. (TA.) b2: نَعَتَ نَفْسُه بالْحَيْرِ [He described himself as possessing, or characterized by, or distinguished by, goodness.] (Msb.) b3: نَعَتَ, aor نَعُتَ, inf. n. نَعَاتَةٌ, He (a man) was naturally endowed with powers of description, and skilful in the use of those powers. (TA.) b4: نَعُت, aor. نَعُتَ, inf. n. نَعَانَةٌ, He (a horse) was, or became, what is termed نَعْتٌ, i. e., generous, or fleet, &c. (L, K.) b5: نَعَتَ, (L,) or نَعِتَ, of the same measure as فَرِحَ, (K,) He (a horse) affected, or endeavoured, or constrained himself, to be, or become, what is termed نَعْتٌ, i. e., generous, or fleet, &c. (L, K.) MF remarks that نَعِتَ, in this sense, is strange, as فَعِلَ is not a measure denoting تَكَلُّف. (TA.) 4 انعت His face became beautiful, or goodly, so that he was described (K) as characterized by beauty, (TA,) [or, so that he became distinguished by an epithet].8 انتعت He, or it, was, or became, described: (TA:) [he, or it, was, or became, distinguished by an epithet: he, or it, was, or became, characterized, or distinguished, by that which made him to excel others of his kind: see نَعْتٌ]. See 1.10 استنعتهُ He asked him to describe him, or it. (T, K.) نَعْتٌ An epithet; or that whereby a person or thing is described: [hence, an epithet whereby a substantive is qualified:] (TA:) pl. نُعُوتٌ: it has no other pl. than this. (ISd.) [Respecting distinctions said to exist between نَعْتٌ and وَصْفٌ or صِفَةٌ, see 1.] [You say,] لَهُ نُعُوتٌ وَمَنَاعِتُ جَمِيلَةٌ [He has goodly epithets applied to him, and goodly qualities, or properties. which are causes, or occasions, of epithets]. (A.) b2: [كَنَعْتِ كَذَا, a phrase similar to كَمَثَل كَذَا, meaning Like such a thing. See an ex. voce سَبّع.]

b3: نَعْتٌ Anything excellent. (TA.) b4: [Hence,] فَرَسٌ نَعْتٌ, and ↓ مُنْتَعِتٌ, and ↓ نَعْتَةٌ, [in the CK, نَعْتَت,] and ↓ نَعيتٌ, and ↓ نَعِيتةٌ, A generous, or a fleet, or swift, horse, that (??) in running, and outstrips others. (K.) And (??) ↓ مُنْتَعِتٌ A beast of carriage, or a man, characterized, or distinguished, by that which makes him to excel others of his kind. a horse at scribed as distinguished by generousness, or by fleetness, or swiftness, and by outstripping others (TA.) نَعْتَةٌ: see نَعْتٌ.

عَبْدُكَ نُعْتَةٌ, or أَمَتُكَ نُعْتَةٌ, Thy male slave or thy female slave, is of the highest quality. (K.) But in the A it is said, عَبَدُكَ نَعْتٌ, and أَمَتُكَ نَعْتَةٌ. (TA.) نَعِيتٌ A generous, excellent, surpassing, man. (TA.) See also نَعْتٌ.

نَعِيتَةٌ: see نَعْتٌ, نَاعِتٌ Describing; a describer: pl. نُعَّاتٌ. (TA.) مَنْعُوتٌ [A person or thing described; distinguished by an epithet: and hence, a substantive qualified by an epithet]. b2: مَنْعُوتٌ بِالْكَرَمِ [Described as possessing, or characterized by, or distinguished by, generosity; distinguished by the epithet of generous]. (A.) مُنْتَعِتٌ: see نَعْتٌ.
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