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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4501. هأ1 4502. هب5 4503. هبت12 4504. هبث6 4505. هبج13 4506. هبخ64507. هبد11 4508. هبذ7 4509. هبر12 4510. هبش12 4511. هبط20 4512. هبع8 4513. هبل13 4514. هبو11 4515. هت7 4516. هتأ6 4517. هتر18 4518. هتك15 4519. هث6 4520. هثر1 4521. هج8 4522. هجأ6 4523. هجب4 4524. هجد18 4525. هجر24 4526. هجس17 4527. هجع17 4528. هجل13 4529. هجم17 4530. هجن18 4531. هجو12 4532. هد7 4533. هدأ14 4534. هدب19 4535. هدبد6 4536. هدج13 4537. هدر19 4538. هدف16 4539. هدل16 4540. هدم20 4541. هدمل7 4542. هدن19 4543. هدى12 4544. هذ7 4545. هذأ6 4546. هذب15 4547. هذر16 4548. هذرب4 4549. هذلم5 4550. هذى4 4551. هر8 4552. هرا7 4553. هرب17 4554. هربذ6 4555. هرت15 4556. هرث4 4557. هرج17 4558. هرجب6 4559. هرجل7 4560. هرح1 4561. هرد12 4562. هردب7 4563. هرس18 4564. هرش16 4565. هرشب3 4566. هرشف8 4567. هرطل5 4568. هرق17 4569. هرل6 4570. هرم18 4571. هرمت4 4572. هرن7 4573. هرنصن1 4574. هرى2 4575. هز7 4576. هزأ13 4577. هزب8 4578. هزبر8 4579. هزج16 4580. هزر15 4581. هزرب2 4582. هزع13 4583. هزل21 4584. هزلج6 4585. هزم18 4586. هزمج3 4587. هسب3 4588. هش9 4589. هشم18 4590. هصب4 4591. هصر16 4592. هض5 4593. هضب16 4594. هضم19 4595. هطل15 4596. هف5 4597. هفت15 4598. هق6 4599. هقب7 4600. هقر6 Prev. 100
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Q. Q. 3 اِهْبَيَّخَ

; (K;) and اِهْبَيَّخَتْ, aor. تَهْبَيِّخُ; inf. n. إِهْبِيَّاخٌ; (TA;) He, (K,) and she, (TA,) walked with an elegant and a proud and self-conceited gait, with an affected inclining of the body from side to side. (K, TA.) هَبَيَّخٌ

, of the measure فَعَيَّلٌ, (S,) A boy, or young man: and هَبَيَّخَةٌ a girl, or damsel: both in the dial. of Himyer. (L.) b2: Also, the former, A soft boy, or young man: (K:) or the former and latter, respectively, a soft, thin-skinned, and plump, boy or young man, (S,) and girl or damsel: (S, K:) or a plump and goodly young man, and woman: (L:) or the latter, a tall and great woman: (JK:) [and hence, app., applied as an epithet, in the sense of long and large, to a woman's train, in the following verse, quoted by Az,] جَرَّتْ عَلَيْهِ الرِّيحُ ذَيْلًا أَنْبَخَا جَرَّ العَرُوسِ ذَيْلَهَا الْهَبَيَّخَا (L.) [The wind dragged over it a train of dusky colour, and abounding with dust, like as the bride drags her long and large train.] b3: Also, the latter, A damsel suckling, or that suckles. (M, K.) b4: Also, the former, A stupid, and flabby, or flaccid, man. (K.) b5: Also, a man in whom is no good. (K.) b6: Also, A great valley. (K) b7: And A large river. (K.)
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