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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4550. هذى4 4551. هر8 4552. هرا7 4553. هرب17 4554. هربذ6 4555. هرت154556. 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 4601. هقع12 4602. هك5 4603. هل10 4604. هلب16 4605. هلبث5 4606. هلبج5 4607. هلت8 4608. هلث7 4609. هلج13 4610. هلجب3 4611. هلقب3 4612. هلقت2 4613. هلك20 4614. هلم13 4615. هم7 4616. همأ6 4617. همت3 4618. همج13 4619. همد18 4620. همذ9 4621. همر15 4622. همرج6 4623. همرجل5 4624. همز17 4625. همس20 4626. همش9 4627. همل15 4628. هملج10 4629. هن6 4630. هنأ12 4631. هنب10 4632. هنبت4 4633. هنبر7 4634. هنتب4 4635. هند10 4636. هندب7 4637. هندز7 4638. هندس11 4639. هنر5 4640. هنع8 4641. هنف11 4642. هنقب3 4643. هنم11 4644. هوأ9 4645. هوب8 4646. هوت11 4647. هوث3 4648. هوج12 4649. هود20 Prev. 100
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1 هَرَتَ شَيْئًا, [aor. هَرِتَ and هَرُتَ,] inf. n. هَرْتٌ, He rent, or slit, a thing, to widen it. (TA.) b2: هَرَتَ شِدْقَهُ, [aor. هَرِتَ and هَرُتَ,] inf. n. هَزْتٌ He drew the side of his mouth towards the ear, (TA) b3: هَرِتَ, aor. هَرَتَ, (inf. n. هَرَتٌ, S,) He was wide, or ample, in the sides of the mouth: he had a (??) mouth (S, K, TA.) b4: هَرَتَ الثَّوْبَ, (S,) aor. and هَرُتَ, inf. n. هَرْتٌ, (ISd, K,) He was the garment. (Az, S, ISd, K.) b5: هرت عِرْضَهُ (S) aor. and هَرُتَ, inf. n. هَرْتٌ, (K,) He wounded his reputation; syn. طَعَنَ فِيهِ; (S:) as also هَرَد and هَرَطَ, (TA.) [Accord. to the K, هَرَتَ seems to signify the same as طَعَنَ absolutely: but in the TA the signification is restricted as above; b6: هَرَتَ اللَّحْمَ, (S, K,) aor. : and هَرُتَ, inf. n. هَرْتٌ, (K,) [and ↓ هَرَّتَهُ: see مُهَرَّتٌ;] He cooked the flesh-meat thoroughly: (K:) cooked it so that it fel off from the bones, (S,) 2 هَرَّتَ see 1, last sentence.

الهَرِتُ and الهَرُوتُ see الهَرِيتُ.

هَرِيتٌ Wide or ample. (K.) b2: Wide, or ample, in the sides of the mouth: (S:) as also ↓ أَهْرتُ الشِّدْقِ, and هَرِيتُ الشدق, and ↓ مَهْرُوتُهُ: and ↓ مُنْهرِتُهُ. (TA A wide-mouthed horse; as also ↓ أَهْرَتُ. and camel (TA) [See an ex. in a verse cited voce رَسَنٌ.] b3: حَيّةٌ هَرِيتُ الشِّدْق. and ↓ مهْرُوتَتُهُ. A serpent having a wide mouth. (TA.) b4: ↓ أَسْدٌ أَهْرَتُ A lion wide in the sides of the mouth. (S.) b5: ↓ اجُلٌ أَهْرَتُ A man having a wide mouth. (TA.) b6: الفَمِ ↓ مُهْرُوتُ Having a mouth wide in the sides. (S.) b7: ↓ كِلَابٌ مُهَرْتُهُ الأَشْدَاقِ Dogs wide in the sides of the mouth. (S.) [See an ex., voce عَذَبٌ] b8: الهَرِيتُ and ↓ الهَرِتُ and ↓ الهَرُوتُ and ↓ الهَرَّاتُ (K.) and ↓ المُهَرَّتُ (L) The lion. (K.) b9: Also هَرِيتٌ A woman in whom the division between the vagina and the rectum has been broken through. (S, K.) Sometimes employed in this sense. (S,) b10: هَرِيتٌ A rent garment (ISd.) b11: هَرِيتٌ A wounded reputation. (ISd) A2: رَجُلٌ هريتٌ A man who does not keep a secret, and who talks fault. (K.) الهَرَّاتُ: see الهريِتُ.

هارُوتُ [A certain fallen angel. the companion of مَارُوتُ] the name of an anger, or of a king. but the former accord. to the more common opinion: generally and most correctly held to be a foreign name (TA.) أُهْرَتُ see هَرِيتٌ throughout. b2: أَهْرَتُ الشِّقْشِقَةِ (??) epithet appellation given to a خَطِيب; pl. هُرْتٌ: (TA;) [like ذُو شِقْشِقَة q. v.]

مَهْرُوتٌ: see هريتٌ.

مُهَرَّتٌ: see هَرِيتٌ.

A2: Flesh-meat thoroughly cooked, so that it has fallen in pieces; as also مُهَرَّدٌ; or this latter [only] is the correct word. (TA, from a trad.) مُتَهَارِتٌ (??) about the sides of the mouth, and drawing them often. or (??) towards the ears (TA, from a trad.) مُتْهَوِتٌ: see هَرِيتٌ.
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