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عدد المواضيع في هذا الكتاب 4953
4742. وخط13 4743. وخف13 4744. وخم15 4745. وخى4 4746. ود2 4747. ودأ94748. ودب4 4749. ودج17 4750. ودح7 4751. ودع21 4752. ودق16 4753. ودك15 4754. ودن11 4755. ودى8 4756. وذأ9 4757. وذب5 4758. وذح10 4759. وذر18 4760. وذم13 4761. ورأ10 4762. ورب9 4763. ورث19 4764. ورخ8 4765. ورد22 4766. ورس18 4767. ورش15 4768. ورط17 4769. ورع19 4770. ورف12 4771. ورق19 4772. ورك19 4773. ورل11 4774. ورم17 4775. وره11 4776. ورى11 4777. وز2 4778. وزأ7 4779. وزب9 4780. وزر21 4781. وزع19 4782. وزغ18 4783. وزن17 4784. وزى5 4785. وس1 4786. وسب7 4787. وسج8 4788. وسخ13 4789. وسد15 4790. وسط20 4791. وسع20 4792. وسق17 4793. وسل16 4794. وسم20 4795. وسى5 4796. وش1 4797. وشب10 4798. وشج13 4799. وشح15 4800. وشر8 4801. وشظ10 4802. وشع11 4803. وشق16 4804. وشك14 4805. وشل9 4806. وشم16 4807. وشى9 4808. وص2 4809. وصأ4 4810. وصب19 4811. وصد13 4812. وصر11 4813. وصف17 4814. وصل21 4815. وصى5 4816. وضأ14 4817. وضح17 4818. وضخ8 4819. وضر12 4820. وضع22 4821. وضف6 4822. وضن14 4823. وط2 4824. وطأ16 4825. وطب12 4826. وطث7 4827. وطح9 4828. وطد13 4829. وطر14 4830. وطس17 4831. وطن14 4832. وظب14 4833. وظف17 4834. وع2 4835. وعب14 4836. وعث14 4837. وعد15 4838. وعر15 4839. وعز10 4840. وعس9 4841. وعظ17 Prev. 100
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أ1 وَدَأَهُ, aor. ـَ He made it even or plain. (K.) A2: See 5.

A3: ودأ (aor. ـَ T) Veretrum exseruit equus: (T, K:) but AHeyth says that this is an error, and that the correct word is without ء: [i. e., وَدَى, q.v.]. (TA.) A4: دَأْنِى

[imp.], i. q. دَعْنِى, Let me &c. (K.) Said by some to be of weak authority. (TA.) 2 ودّأ عليه الأَرْضَ, inf. n. تَوْدِىْءٌ, He made the earth even, or plain, over him. (Az, S, K.) b2: وَدَّأَتْهُ الأَرْضُ The earth, or the land, hid, or concealed, him. (TA.) [See also 5.] b3: ودّأ, He, or it, buried. (IAar.) b4: ودّأ بِهِمْ, inf. n. تَوْدِئَةٌ; (S, L;) accord. to the K, وَدَأَ; but this is incorrect; (TA;) He covered, or overwhelmed, them with evil, or with ill treatment. (L, K.) 5 تودّاتُ عَلَيْهِ الأَرْضُ The earth became even, or plain, over him, (K,) as over a dead body in the grave: (TA:) or enclosed him: or was overturned over him: or was broken in pieces over him. (K.) b2: The earth, or the land, hid, or concealed, him. (TA.) [See also 2.] This phrase is used when a person has gone away to the more distant parts of the earth, or land, so that it is not known what he has done: also, when a man has died; even if among his family. (ISh.) b3: تودّأت عَنْهُ الأَخْبَارُ News, or tidings, of him were cut off, or ceased to come; like

↓ وَدِئَتْ, and were hid. (K.) [In the K we read, عنه الاخبارُ انقطعت [تودّأت] عليه و [تودّأت] و الخ: whence it seems that تودّأت عليه الاخبار also has the above signification. But in the TA, after عليه, in the passage above quoted from the K, is inserted الارض. This word, however, has, I think, been inserted through inadvertence: if not, تودّأت عليه الارضُ signifies The land was interrupted to him, and hid: as also ↓ وَدِئَت.] b4: تودّأ عَلَى مَالِهِ He took his property or wealth, and kept it carefully. (K.) A2: تودّأ عَلَيْهِ He, or it, destroyed him. (S, K.) وَدَأٌ Perdition; destruction. (K.) مُوَدَّأٌ [Earth made even, or plain, over a person: or earth hiding, or concealing, him;] like مُحْصَنٌ for مُحْصِنٌ, &c. (TA.) b2: A grave. (See below.) b3: Zuheyr Ibn-Mes-ood Ed-Dabbee says, in an elegy on his brother Ubeí, أَ أُبَىُّ إِنْ تُصْبِحْ رَهِينَ مُوَدَّأٍ

زَلْجِ الجَوَانِبِ قَعْرُهُ مَلْحُودُ [O Ubeí ! if thou become a deposit in a place over which the earth is made even, or plain, (or in a place that hideth thee, or in a grave,) with smooth, or slippery, sides, and having its bottom hollowed out laterally, b4: ] (S, TA. See Ham, p. 466.) b5: مُوَدَّأَةٌ A place of destruction, or perdition; or a desert in which is no water. (AA, S, K.) b6: Also, accord. to IAar, or without ة, as in an example which he quotes, A grave. (TA.)
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