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زغب

1 زَغِبَ ذ , aor. زَغَبَ , (Msb, K,) inf. n. زَغَبٌ; (Msb;) and ↓ زغّب , (JK, S, A, K,) inf. n. تَزْغِيبٌ; (S;) and ↓ ازغابّ ; (K;) It, or he, was, or became, downy; or had upon it, or him, what is termed زَغَبٌ meaning as expl. below; (JK, S, K;) in any of its senses: (TA:) said of a young bird, (JK, S, A, Msb,) meaning [as above, or] its زَغَب [or down] grew forth: (A:) or its feathers were small: and, said of a boy, or a young child, his زَغَب [or downy hair] grew forth: (Msb:) and ↓ اِزْلَغَبَّ is also said of a young bird [in the same sense as the verbs above: (see art. زلغب:) or] as meaning its feathers came forth. (S.) ― -b2- [Hence,] بَحْرٌ يَزْغَبُ (assumed tropical:) A sea, or great river, that becomes [foaming, or] in a state of commotion, and full. (JK.) 2 زَغَّبَ see the preceding paragraph: ― -b2- and that here following. 4 ازغب ذ , said of a grape-vine, (S, K,) i. e., app., accord. to [J and] F, like أَكْرَمَ, but accord. to others of the leading lexicologists it seems to be [↓ ازغبّ ,] like اِحْمَرَّ; as also ↓ ازغابّ ; It produced what resembled زَغَب [or down], at the knots of the shoots, whence the bunches of grapes would grow: (TA:) this it does when the sap flows in it, (S, K, TA,) and it begins to produce leaves. (K, TA.) ― -b2- A'Obeyd, in applying to the truffles termed بَنَاتُ أَوْبَرَ the epithet مزغبة, [written in art. وبر in copies of the K ↓ مُزْغِبَةٌ , and in the T and S and M ↓ مُزَغِّبَةٌ , but in the present art. in the TA it seems to be indicated that it is probably ↓ مُزْغِبَّةٌ ,] signifying having زَغَب [i. e. down], assigns to it a verb [which may be أَزْغَبَتْ or ↓ زَغَّبَتْ or ↓ اِزْغَبَّتْ , meaning They had, or produced, a kind of downy substance]. (TA.) 8 ازدغب مَا عَلَى الخِوَانِ ذ He took away, or swept away, [or devoured,] the whole of what was on the table of food: like ازدغف. (TA.) [See also 8 in art. زعب.] 9 إِِزْغَبَّ see 4, in two places. 11 إِِزْغَاْبَّ see 1: ― -b2- and see also 4. Q. Q. 4 اِزْلَغَبَّ ذ : see 1; and see also art. زلغب. زَغَبٌ ذ [Down:] or the yellow [down resembling] small hairs upon the feathers of the young bird: (S:) or small and soft hair and feathers: or each of these when first coming forth: (A, K:) i. e. (TA) the small and soft hair when it first appears, of a young child, (Msb, TA,) and of a colt [or foal]; (JK, * TA;) and likewise of an old man, when his hair becomes thin and weak; (Msb;) and the feathers when they first appear, (Msb, TA,) of the young bird: (TA:) and small feathers that do not become long nor good: (JK, Msb:) n. un. with ة: (TA:) and what remains upon the head of an old man when his hair has become thin. (K.) ― -b2- [Hence,] أَخَذَهُ بِزَغَبِهِ (assumed tropical:) He took it at its commencement, or in its first and fresh state. (JK, K.) And أَخَذَهُ بِزَغَبِ رَقَبَتِهِ [lit. He took him by the down of his neck;] meaning (assumed tropical:) he overtook him. (JK.) زَغِبٌ ذ : see أَزْغَبُ, in three places. زُغَبٌ ذ : see أَزْغَبُ. زُغَابَةٌ ذ and ↓ زُغَابَى The smallest of زَغَب [or down]: (JK, K:) or something less in quantity than زَغَب: or something smaller than زَغَب. (TA.) One says, مَا أَصَبْتُ مِنْهُ زُغَابَةً (JK, A, K, TA) i. e. (assumed tropical:) [I obtained not from him, or it,] as much as what is termed زغابة: (L, TA:) or (tropical:) the least thing: (A:) or (assumed tropical:) anything. (K.) زُغَابَى ذ : see the next preceding paragraph. أَزْغَبُ ذ [Downy;] having upon it, or him, what is termed زَغَب; as also ↓ زَغِبٌ : fem. of the former زَغْبَآءُ; and pl. زُغْبٌ. (TA.) You say فَرْخٌ أَزْغَبُ [A downy young bird]: (A:) and فِرَاخٌ زُغْبٌ [downy young birds]. (S.) And رَجُلٌزَغِبٌ [A downy man]: (JK:) or ↓ رَجُلٌ زَغِبُ الشَّعَرِ [a man having downy hair]. (Msb, TA.) And رَقَبَةٌ زَغْبَآءُ [A downy neck]. (JK, A, Msb.) And قِثَّآءُ أَزْغَبُ (AHn, A, TA) (tropical:) [A species of cucumber] having upon it what resembles the زَغَب [or down] of fur, which falls off by degrees when they become large, leaving them smooth. (AHn, TA.) [For another epithet of similar meaning, see 4, in three places.] ― -b2- Also (assumed tropical:) A species of fig, (AHn, K,) larger than the وَحْشِىّ [or wild], upon which is زَغَب [or down]: when stripped of this, it comes forth black: it is large, thick, and sweet: but it is a worthless sort of fig. (AHn, TA.) ― -b3- Applied to a horse, Black and white; or white in the hind legs as high as the thighs; syn. أَبْلَقُ. (K.) And [in like manner] applied to a mountain, Of which the whiteness is intermixed with its blackness; as also ↓ زُغَبٌ . (JK, K, TA. [In some of the copies of the K, for مِنَ الجِبَالِ, we find من الحِبَالِ: that the former is the right reading, contr. to the assertion of Freytag app. based on the explanation in the TK, appears from its being added that the fem.] الزَّغْبَآءُ is the name of a certain mountain in El-Kibleeyeh; (K, TA;) in some copies of the K, El-Kabaleeyeh. (TA.) مُزْغِبَةٌ ذ , or مُزَغِّبَةٌ, or مُزْغِبَّةٌ: see 4.

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