فَارَ ذ , (M, Msb, K,) aor. يَفُورُ, said of water; (Msb;) and فَارَتْ, aor. تَفُورُ, said of a قِدْر [or cooking-pot]; (T, S;) inf. n. فَوْرٌ and فَوَرَانٌ (T, S, M, Msb, K) [the latter of which is the more common] and فُؤُورٌ (M, K) and فُوَارٌ; (M, TA;) It boiled, or estuated. (T, S, M, Msb, K.) ― -b2- [فار said of a liquor, It fermented. (See نَبِيذٌ.) ― -b3- Said of blood, and of wine, It flushed, or mantled, in the cheeks or head.] ― -b4- فارت نَفْسُهُ His soul [or stomach] heaved; or became agitated by a tendency to vomit; i. q. ثارت [q. v.]. (T in art. ثور.) ― -b5- ↓ فار فَائِرُهُ i. q. ثار ثَائِرُهُ (T, S, K) His anger boiled [or became roused or excited]; (S;) or he was, or became, angry. (TA.) ― -b6- [And ↓ the same phrase is expl. in the M, accord. to the transcript in the TT, as signifying اِنْتَشَرَ غَضَبُهُ; but I think that the right reading is evidently عَصَبُهُ; and the meaning, His sinews became swollen; said of a horse or the like: see art. نشر; and see also فَائِرٌ, below.] ― -b7- فار العِرْقُ, inf. n. فَوَرَانٌ, The vein became excited, or in a state of commotion, and flowed forth [with blood]: (M, K, TA:) to which is added in the K, وَضَرَبَ; but this is a mistake, occasioned by a false reading of the next words in the M, which are وَضَرْبٌ فَوَّارٌ رَغِيبٌ وَاسِعٌ. (TA. [See فَوَّارٌ.]) ― -b8- فَوْرُ العِرْقِ, in a horse means The vein's having inflations, or knots, [or a varicose condition,] apparent in it; which is disapproved. (ISk, TA.) ― -b9- فار said of water signifies also It welled, and came forth, from the earth, or ground: (Mgh:) it appeared, pouring forth, from the spring, or source. (TA.) ― -b10- فاروا is said of men assembled in market-places [app. as meaning They bustled, or were in a state of commotion]. (TA.) ― -b11- فار المِسْكُ, inf. n. فُوَارٌ and فَوَرَانٌ, [The odour of] the musk spread. (M, K.) -A2- فُرْتُهُ: see 4. -A3- Also (فُرْتُهُ) I made for it, i. e. the balance, what are termed فِيَارَانِ [dual of فِيَارٌ, q. v.]. (Th, M, K.) 2 فوّر لِلنُّفَسَآءِ ذ He made what is termed فِيرَة [q. v.] for the woman in the state following childbirth. (M, K.) 4 أَفَرْتُهُ ذ and ↓ فُرْتُهُ I made it to boil, or estuate. (IAar, M, K.) الفَارُ ذ The muscles of a man: (M, K:) also mentioned in art. فأرِ, as written with '. (TA.) أَبْرِزْ نَارَكَ وَإِِنْ هَزَلْتَ فَارَكَ [Put forth thy fire, that passengers may see it and be attracted by it, though thou make lean thy muscles,] is a saying meaning (assumed tropical:) give food though thou injure thy body [by doing so]. (M, L.) -A2- See also فَأْرٌ (with which it is syn. in other senses), in art. فأر. فَوْرٌ ذ [originally an inf. n.: see 1.] The burning, or heat, and boiling, of Hell. (TA.) And Intenseness, or vehemence, of heat; (TA;) as also ↓ فَوْرَةٌ . (S.) ― -b2- فَوْرُ الشَّفَقِ The remains of the redness in the western horizon after sunset: as also ثَوْرُهُ. (TA.) [See also فَوْرَةٌ.] -A2- And A time: (TA:) [or rather] the present time in which is no delaying. (Msb.) Thus in the saying, الشُّفْعَةُ عَلَى الفَوْرِ [The right of pre-emption is to be had] in the present time in which is no delaying. (Msb.) ― -b2- And hence, A state in which is no delay. (Msb.) You say, جَآءَ فُلَانٌ فِى حَاجَتِهِ ثُمَّ رَجَعَ مِنْ فَوْرِهِ [Such a one came for the object of his want,] then returned immediately, or at once: or, as some say, with the same motion with which he came, not ceasing from motion after it; properly, conjoining what was before the coming with what was after it, without tarrying. (Msb.) And أَتَوْا مِنْ فَوْرِهِمْ, meaning مِنْ وَجْهِهِمْ [i. e., app., They came in a headlong manner; like the phrase مَضَى عَلَى وَجْهِهِ]; (M, K, TA; but the M has جَاؤُوا instead of أَتَوْا;) and this is said by Zj to be the meaning of مِنْ فَوْرِهِمْ in the Kur iii. 121: (M, TA:) or قَبْلَ أَنْ يَسْكُنُوا [before their resting, or ceasing from motion]: (K, TA:) or مِنْ فَوْرِهِمْ in the Kur ubi suprà means in the commencement of their procedure: (O:) or in, or at, their instant of time; (Ksh, Bd;) i. e. [in, or at, the same instant, or] immediately: (Bd:) and أَتَيْتُ فُلَانًا مِنْ فَوْرِى, meaning قَبْلَ أَنْ أَسْكُنَ [i. e. I came to such a one before my resting, or ceasing from motion]. (S, O.) And you say, فَعَلْتُهُ مِنْ فَوْرِى, meaning I did it at once, or instantly. (T, TA.) فُورٌ ذ Gazelles: (T, S, M, K:) a word having no sing.; (T, S, M, TA;) accord. to IAar and Yaakoob: (TA:) or its sing. is ↓ فَائِرٌ ; (M, K, TA;) accord. to Kr. (TA.) One says, لَا أَفْعَلُ كَذَا مَا لَأْلَأَتِ الفُورُ I will not do such a thing while the gazelles wag their tails. (IAar, T, S.) فَارَةٌ المِسْكِ ذ The odour of musk: or the bag, or receptacle, [i. e. the follicle, or vesicle,] thereof: (M, L:) [Sgh says that] this and what next follows have been mentioned in art. فأر, [q. v.,] but should more properly be mentioned in the present art., both being from فَارَ, aor. يَفُورُ. (O.) ― -b2- فَارَةُ الإِِبِلِ means The sweet exhalation from the skins of the camels when they are moist after returning from the water. (M, K.) فَوْرَةٌ ذ : see فَوْرٌ: ― -b2- and فُوَارَةٌ. ― -b3- Also An ebullition of anger, rage, or passion; syn. هَائِجٌ. (S and K in art. هيج.) ― -b4- And Freshness, or newness: so in the saying أَخَذْتُ الشَّىْءَ بِفَوْرَتِهِ [I took the thing in its fresh, or new, state]. (TA.) ― -b5- [And hence,] فَوْرَةُ النَّهَارِ The first part, or beginning, of the day. (T, TA.) And فَوْرَةُ العِشَآءِ The time [next] after the عِشَآء [or nightfall]. (S, TA.) ― -b6- فَوْرَةُ النَّاسِ The place where people congregate, and where they bustle, or are in a state of commotion, (يَفُورُونَ,) in their market-places. (TA.) ― -b7- فَوْرَةُ الجَبَلِ The higher, or highest, part; and the elevated and hard, or elevated and plain or level, part; of the mountain. (K.) فُورَةٌ ذ i. q. فُؤْرَةٌ [expl. in art. فأر] meaning A certain flatus in the pastern of a horse [&c.]. (O, K.) ― -b2- And i. q. كُوفَةٌ [A round piece, or collection, of red sand; or a piece, or collection, of sand mixed with pebbles; &c.]. (Kr, M, K.) فِيرَةٌ ذ Fenugreek (حُلْبَةٌ) mixed [in the manner described voce فَئِيرَةٌ (q. v.) in art. فأر] for the woman in the state following childbirth. (M, K.) فِيَارٌ ذ sing. of فِيَارَانِ, (T,) which signifies The two things (T, S, M, O, K) of iron (M, K) between which is the tongue of the balance: (T, S, M, O, K:) originally with و in the place of the ى, (M, O,) changed into ى because of the kesreh before it. (O.) فُوَارَةٌ ذ The froth, or foam, that boils, or boils over, of a cooking-pot: (S and K in this art. * and voce طُبَاخَةٌ:) and ↓ مَفَاوِرُ signifies the same, mentioned by Ibn-'Abbád. (O.) And [in like manner] ↓ فَوْرَةٌ signifies The mantling foam upon the surface of wine. (TA.) فَوَّارٌ ذ [an intensive epithet from فَارَ; signifying Boiling much; &c.: ― -b2- and Water, &c., welling forth abundantly; gushing]. ― -b3- [Hence,] ضَرْبٌ فَوَّارٌ A smiting [that inflicts a wound] such as is wide, (IAar, M, TA,) so that the blood flows [abundantly]: (M:) a poet says, “ بِضَرْبٍ يُخَفِّتُ فَوَّارُهُ
وَطَعْنٍ تَرَى الدَّمَ مِنْهُ رَشِيشًا
إِِذَا قَتَلُوا مِنْكُمُ فَارِسًا
ضَمِنَّا لَهُ بَعْدَهُ أَنْ يَعِيشَا
” (IAar, M, TA. [The text of the M as given in the TT, for تَرَى الدَّمَ, has يُرى الدم; and for أَنْ يَعِيشَا, it has او يعيشا: and the right reading of the first hemistich seems to be, بِضَرْبٍ تُخَفِّتُ فَوَّارَةٍ; for an inf. n. is sometimes made fem.: see an instance of ضَرْب as fem. in the EM p. 157: the poet means, With a smiting that silences, or kills, inflicting a wide and gushing wound; and a piercing with the spear in consequence of which thou seest the blood sprinkled: when they slay a horseman of you, we are responsible for him after it that he shall live: i. e., as is said in the M, his blood shall be revenged, so that he will be as though he had not been slain: and it is also there said that by يخفّت فوّاره is meant لنها واسعة فدمها يسيل ولا صوت له; in which the two fem. pronouns and the fem. epithet all relate to the word ضَرْب, agreeably with what I have stated to be in my opinion the right reading of the first hemistich.]) فَيُّورٌ ذ Sharp, as an epithet applied to a man; syn. حَدِيدٌ. (O, K.) See also طَيُّورٌ. فَوَّارَةٌ ذ , (accord. to the K,) or ↓ فُوَّارَةٌ , (accord. to a copy of the M,) A source, or spring, of water: (M, K:) [the latter word is app. the right in this case; for] IAar says that ↓ فُوَّارَةٌ is applied to a wave: and to a بِرْكَة [i. e. watering-trough, or the like; or basin, pool, pond; &c.]: and فَوَّارَةٌ, to anything that is not water: and in one place he says that دَوَّارَةٌ and فَوَّارَةٌ are applied to anything that does not move nor turn round; and دُوَّارَةٌ and ↓ فُوَّارَةٌ to such as moves and turns round. (T, TA.) ― -b2- فَوَّارَةُ الوَرِكِ, with fet-h and teshdeed, signifies The hole, or perforating aperture, of the ورك [or haunch]: (S, O:) or the فَوَّارَة, (K,) or ↓ فُوَّارَة , (so in a copy of the M,) is an aperture in the وَرِك [or haunch], to the belly, or interior of the body, not obstructed by bone: (M, K:) [these two explanations plainly apply to the sacroischiatic foramen: but what here follows is consistent with what precedes, though somewhat less clear:] or the فَوَّارَتَانِ, (K,) or ↓ فُوَّارَتَانِ , (accord. to a copy of the M,) are [two parts, in the region of the pelvis, described as being] سِكَّتَانِ [a word which I do not find to have any proper meaning that would be here apposite, but which seems to be applied in this case, by a kind of catachresis, to two parts through which a weapon or the like may pass,] between [each of] the haunch-bones or hip-bones (بَيْنَ الوَرِكَيْنِ) and the قُحْقُح [or ischium], towards the side of the وَرِك [or hip-bone], (M, K,) not intervening as obstacles in the way to the belly, or interior of the body; and they are what become in a state of commotion in the act of walking, or going along. (M.) [See also الفَائِلُ, in art. فيل] And accord. to Lth, the term فَوَّارَتَانِ, (O, and so in a copy of the T,) or ↓ فُوَّارَتَانِ , (so in another copy of the T,) is applied to Two appertenances of the كَرِش [or stomach, properly of a ruminant animal], having within them two small nodous lumps (غُدَّتَانِ), which latter are not eaten, and each of which is a piece of flesh in the midst of red flesh. (T, O.) فُوَّارَةٌ ذ : see the next preceding paragraph, in six places. فَائِرٌ ذ [part. n. of 1: ― -b2- hence, فَارَ فَائِرُهُ]: see 1, in two places. ― -b3- Applied to a beast, of the equine and other kinds, Swollen in the sinews; syn. مُنْتَشِرُ العَصَبِ. (K. [In the TA, this is said to be a mistake for منتشر الغَضَبِ, and thus I find it to be written in the L, and in a copy of the M accord. to the TT: but see what I have said, in the first paragraph of this art., respecting the phrase above mentioned.]) -A2- See also فُورٌ. مَفَاوِرُ ذ : see فُوَارَةٌ.
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