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1 كَتَمَ ذ , aor. كَتُمَ , inf. n. كَتْمٌ [and كِتْمَانٌ], doubly trans., He concealed, or suppressed, a secret. (Mgh.) ― -b2- كَتَمَ الرَّبْوَ: see a verse cited in the last paragraph of art. عور. 5 تَكَتَّمَ ذ (K, art. دلس) He (a man) concealed, or hid, himself. (T, K, same art.) 6 تَكَاتَمُوا ذ They practised concealment, one with another: see تَدَافَنُوا. كَتُومٌ ذ A strict concealer of secrets. كَاتِمٌ ذ meaning مَكْتُومٌ: see دَافِقٌ, in two places. ― -b2- فِى كَاتِمِ السِّرِّ: see a verse cited in conj. 3 of art. عرض.

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