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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4660. هيأ14 4661. هيب16 4662. هيت16 4663. هيث9 4664. هيج13 4665. هيد144666. هير9 4667. هيش9 4668. هيض13 4669. هيط9 4670. هيف13 4671. هيق10 4672. هيل17 4673. هيم17 4674. هين7 4675. هيه9 4676. و11 4677. وأ3 4678. وأب6 4679. وأد13 4680. وأر7 4681. وأل13 4682. وأم13 4683. وأى5 4684. وب1 4685. وبأ16 4686. وبت4 4687. وبخ12 4688. وبد9 4689. وبر18 4690. وبش15 4691. وبص14 4692. وبل17 4693. وبه10 4694. وبى1 4695. وت2 4696. وتا1 4697. وتب3 4698. وتح10 4699. وتد19 4700. وتر22 4701. وتن14 4702. وتى1 4703. وث1 4704. وثا1 4705. وثب15 4706. وثج8 4707. وثر16 4708. وثق18 4709. وثم9 4710. وثن17 4711. وثى1 4712. وج2 4713. وجأ13 4714. وجب17 4715. وجح10 4716. وجد17 4717. وجذ6 4718. وجر15 4719. وجز13 4720. وجس14 4721. وجع14 4722. وجن15 4723. وجه16 4724. وجى2 4725. وح1 4726. وحب2 4727. وحت4 4728. وحج3 4729. وحد19 4730. وحش15 4731. وحف16 4732. وحل14 4733. وحم14 4734. وحن6 4735. وحى8 4736. وخ1 4737. وخد12 4738. وخذ2 4739. وخز13 4740. وخش15 4741. وخض7 4742. وخط13 4743. وخف13 4744. وخم15 4745. وخى4 4746. ود2 4747. ودأ9 4748. ودب4 4749. ودج17 4750. ودح7 4751. ودع21 4752. ودق16 4753. ودك15 4754. ودن11 4755. ودى8 4756. وذأ9 4757. وذب5 4758. وذح10 4759. وذر18 Prev. 100
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1 هَادَ, aor. يَهِيدُ, inf. n. هَيْدٌ; (S, L, K;) and ↓ هيّد, (L, K,) inf. n. تَهْيِيدٌ; (TA;) He moved, or put in motion, (S, L, K,) a thing, (S,) or anything: this is the original signification. (L.) b2: هَادٌ, aor. يَهِيدُ, inf. n. هَيْدٌ and هَادٌ; (L, K;) and ↓ هيّد; (K;) It frightened, or terrified, and afflicted, distressed, or oppressed, a person. (L, K.) b3: هَادَ, aor. يَهِيدُ, inf. n. هَيْدٌ; (L, K;) and ↓ هيّد; (K;) He repaired; put into a right or proper state. (L, K.) It is said in a trad., with reference to the Mosque (of Mohammad, L), هِدْهُ, (S, L,) meaning Repair it: (L:) or pull it down, and then repair it: (S, L:) or pull it down, and recommence the building of it, and repair it, and put it into a right or proper state. (L.) b4: هَادَ, (Yaakoob, S, L, K,) aor. يَهِيدُ, inf. n. هَيْدٌ, and هَادٌ; (L;) and ↓ هيّد; (Yaakoob, S, L:) He chid a man; and turned him away, or back, from a thing: (S, * L, K:) or يَهِيدُ is only used with a negative in this sense. (Yaakoob, K.) b5: هَادَ He removed a person or thing from his or its place. (L, K. *) b6: هَادَ He or it disquieted, disturbed, or unsettled, a person. (K.) b7: مَا يَهِيدُنِى كَذَا Such a thing does not move me; (L;) it does not disquiet, disturb, or unsettle, me; I am not moved by it; do not care for it, or regard it. (S, L.) Accord. to Yaakoob, يهيد is only thus used with a negative. (S, L.) One says, لَاَ يهِيدَنَّكَ هٰذَا عَنْ رَأْيِكَ Let not this move thee at all from thine opinion. (TA.) 2 هَيَّدَ see 1.

هَادٌ: see هَيْدٌ.

هَيْدٌ and ↓ هِيدٌ and هَادٌ (S, L, K) and هَيْدٍ and هِيدِ and هَادِ (IB, L) and هِيدْ (L) Cries by which camels are chidden (S, L, K) and urged. (L.) b2: Also هَيْدٌ A mode of singing to camels, to urge or excite them: (L:) or the commencement of such singing: (TA:) when a man is about to sing to camels for this purpose, he says هيدْ هيدْ, and then sings, or prolongs and modulates his voice. (L, TA.) b3: هَيْدَ مَا لَكَ, (T, L, K,) and هِيدَ مالك, (Sh, L,) and هِيدْ مالك, (L,) [What is thy state, or condition, or thy affair, or business?] forms of speech used in inquiring of a man respecting his state, or condition, or his affair, or business; (T, L, K;) like as you say يَا هٰذَا مَا لَكَ. (T, L.) One says, لَقِيَهُ فَقَالَ لَهُ هَيْدَ مَا لَكَ [He met him, and said to him, What is thy state, &c.?] and لَقِيتُهُ فَمَا قَالَ لِى هَيْدَ مَا لَكَ [I met him, and he said not to me, What is thy state, &c.?] (Lh, L,) and يَا هَيْدَ مَا لِأصْحَابِكِ, and يَا هَيْدَ مَا أَصْحَابُكَ, [What is the state, &c., of thy companions?] (Ks, L,) and one says, لَوْ شَتَمْتَنِى مَا قُلْتُ هَيْدَ, مَالَكَ, meaning, [Hadst thou reviled me, or shouldst thou revile me, I had not said, or would not say,] What is thine affair? (As, on the authority of 'Eesà Ibn-'Omar.) When a straycamel passes by a man, and he does not turn him aside, nor does he regard it, you say, مَرَّ بَعِيرٌ فَمَا قَالَ لَهُ هَيْدَ مَا لَكَ, and, as related by an Arab of the desert, هَيْدِ ما لك, with kesr to the د, [A camel passed by, and he said not to him, What is thy state, &c.?] (Az, L.) b4: ↓ مَا لَهُ هَيْدٌ وَلَا هَادٌ He has no motion: (L, K:) or neither هيد nor هاد is to be said to him; meaning, he is not to be moved, nor withheld from a thing, nor chidden away from it. (S, L.) A2: هَيْدٌ i. q. هَيْدَبٌ A flabby pubes. (Fr, in TA, voce كَعْتَبٌ.) هِيْد: see هَيْدٌ.

هَيْدَان [whether with or without tenween is not shown] Cowardly; or a coward: (S, L;) a heavy, cowardly man; like هِدَانٌ. (L.)
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