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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4414. نقس18 4415. نقش17 4416. نقص20 4417. نقض21 4418. نقط14 4419. نقع204420. 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 4459. نهت9 4460. نهج18 4461. نهد15 4462. نهر20 4463. نهز16 4464. نهس18 4465. نهش14 4466. نهض13 4467. نهق15 4468. نهك15 4469. نهل15 4470. نهم16 4471. نهى9 4472. نوأ13 4473. نوب17 4474. نوت8 4475. نوث3 4476. نوح18 4477. نوخ14 4478. نور19 4479. نوس18 4480. نوش17 4481. نوص12 4482. نوط18 4483. نوع14 4484. نوف11 4485. نوق15 4486. نول14 4487. نون14 4488. نوه16 4489. نوى9 4490. نيأ11 4491. نيب16 4492. نيت4 4493. نير14 4494. نيس3 4495. نيط9 4496. نيك11 4497. نيل15 4498. نيلوفر3 4499. نينوفر1 4500. ه4 4501. هأ1 4502. هب5 4503. هبت12 4504. هبث6 4505. هبج13 4506. هبخ6 4507. هبد11 4508. هبذ7 4509. هبر12 4510. هبش12 4511. هبط20 4512. هبع8 4513. هبل13 Prev. 100
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1 نَقَعَ and ↓ اِسْتَنْقَعَ It (water) remained, or stagnated, or collected, in a hollow, or cavity: (Mgh:) or remained long, and became altered: (Msb:) or the former [and latter] collected in a مَنْقَع: (S:) or the latter [and former] became yellow and altered. (K.) b2: نَقَعَ and ↓ أَنْقَعَ [He macerated, steeped, or soaked, a medicine, in water,] he left it in water until its colour became changed. (Msb.) 4 أَنْقَعَ see 1.10 إِسْتَنْقَعَ see 1.

نَقِيعٌ An infusion; meaning, a beverage made by steeping something in water: (Msb:) and a mash.

سَمٌّ نَاقِعٌ Poison that takes effect; (S, K;) that kills: (TA:) that remains fixed, (Abu-nNasr, K, TA,) and collects. (Abu-Nasr, TA.) أَنْقَعُ More, or most, thirst-quenching: see an ex. under الحَاذُ, in art. حوذ; and another voce رَشَفَ.

أَنْقُوعَةٌ The hollow, or depression, of ثَرِيد, (S, A, K,) in which the gravy collects. (A, K. *) مَنْقَعُ مَآءِ

, and مَآءٍ ↓ مَسْتَنْقَعُ, A place where water remains and collects; where it collects and stagnates; or where it remains long, and becomes altered. See نَقَعَ.

مَنْقَعُ البُرْمِ Untwisted old thread which a woman spins a second time, and puts into the stone cooking-pots, because she has nothing but these [in which to deposit it]. (Sgh, K, TA. [From the K it would seem to be مُنْقعٌ alone: and in the CK, البُرام is erroneously put for البِرام: Golius found it written البَرَام; and has wrongly explained it in his Appendix.]) b2: سَمٌّ مُنْقَعٌ Poison made into a confection. (S, K, TA.) مَسْتَنْقَعٌ

: see مَنْقَعٌ.
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