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8 احتقن احتقن أحتقن ٱحتقن ٱحتقنن as a trans. v.: see 1. -A2- Also It (blood) collected in the inside in consequence of a spear-wound, or stab, or the like, penetrating thereinto. (TA.) ― -b2- And He (a man) administered to himself, or had administered to him, a حُقْنَة [or clyster]: (S, * Mgh, Msb:) or he (a sick man) made use of the حُقْنَة in consequence of suppression of his urine. (K.) The saying اِحْتَقَنَ الصَّبِىُّ بِلَبَنِ أُمِّهِ [meaning The child had its mother's milk administered to it as a clyster] is farfetched: and اُحْتُقِنَ is not allowable: the right expression is ↓ حُقِنَ , or عُولِجَ بِالحُقْنَةِ. (Mgh.) ― -b3- And اِحْتَقَنَتِ الرَّوْضَةُ The روضة [i. e. meadow, or garden,] had its sides elevated عَلَى سَائِرِهَا [above the rest of it]: so says AHn: in the K, على سَرَارِهَا [above the depressed, or the best, or most fruitful, part of it: in the CK, سِرارِها]. (TA.)
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