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تبر

1 تَبِرَ أبار أبر بار بر برى تبر , aor. تَبَرَ , (Lth, T, M, Msb, K,) inf. n. تَبَارٌ; (Lth, T, M;) and تَبَرَ, aor. تَبُرَ ; (Msb;) He, or it, (a thing, Lth, T, M,) perished. (Lth, T, M, Msb, K.) -A2- See also 2. 2 تبّرهُ أبار أبر برى تبر تبره تبرة , inf. n. تَتْبِيرٌ; (Zj, T, S, M, Msb, * K;) and ↓ تَبَرَهُ , aor. تَبِرَ , inf. n. تَبْرٌ; (K;) He broke it: (K:) or he broke it in pieces; (S, M;) and did away with it: (M:) or he crumbled it, or broke it into small pieces, with his fingers: (Zj, T:) and he destroyed it: (Zj, T, S, Msb, K:) He (God) destroyed him. (A.) تِبْرٌ أبار أبر بار بر برى تبر [a coll. gen. n., of which the n. un. is with ة: Native gold, in the form of dust or of nuggets: this is the sense in which the word is generally used in the present day:] broken gold: (M:) it is not so called unless in the dust of its mine, or broken: (IJ, M:) or gold, and silver, before it is wrought: (Lth, T, IF, Msb:) or broken, or crumbled, particles of gold, and of silver, before they are wrought: when they are wrought, they are called ذَهَبٌ and فِضَّةٌ: (IAar, T, K:) or uncoined gold (S, Mgh, Msb) and silver: (Mgh:) when coined, it is called عَيْنٌ: (S, Msb:) [properly,] the term تبر should not be employed save as applied to gold; but some apply it to silver also: (S:) the تبر of silver, as well as of gold, is mentioned in a trad.: (TA:) or gold (M, K) universally: (M:) and silver: (K:) or what is extracted from the mine, (M, K,) of gold and silver and all جَوَاهِر [here meaning native ores] of the earth, (M,) before it is wrought (M, K) and used: (M:) or any جَوْهَر [or native ore] before it is used, of copper (Zj, T, Mgh, Msb) and brass (Zj, T, Mgh) or iron (Msb) &c.: (Zj, Mgh, Msb:) and any جوهر [or native ore] that is used, of copper and brass: (K:) the word is sometimes applied to other minerals than gold and silver, as copper and iron and lead, but generally to gold; and some say that its primary application is to gold, and that the other applications are later, or tropical: (TA:) also broken pieces of glass. (Zj, T, M, K.) تِبْرِيَةٌ أبر برى تبريه تبرية a dial. var. of هِبْرِيَةٌ, (AO, S,) i. e. [Scurf on the head;] what is formed at the roots of the hair, like bran. (AO, S, K.) تَبَارٌ أبار بارى تبار Destruction, or perdition: (Zj, T, S, M, &c.:) inf. n. of تَبِرَ. (Lth, T, M.) مُتَبَّرٌ متبر Broken up [and] destroyed: so in [the saying in the Kur vii. 135,] هٰؤُلَآءِ مُتَبَّرٌ مَا هُمْ فِيهِ [As to these people, that wherein they are shall be broken up and destroyed]. (S.) ― -b2- رَأْىٌ مُتَبَّرٌ Counsel destroyed, or brought to nought. (TA, from a trad.) مَتْبُورٌ متبور [Destroyed;] in a state of destruction: (IAar, T, K:) and defective, or deficient. (IAar, T.)

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