تِينٌ تين The tree of the بَلَس [or common fig; ficus carica]: or the بلس itself: (M:) [or both; i. e.] a certain well-known kind of tree; and the fruit thereof: (TA:) [or the latter only;] a certain thing that is eaten, (S, Msb,) well known: (Msb, K:) fresh and ripe, it is the most approved of fruits, and the most nutritious, and the least flatulent; drawing, dissolvent, having the property of opening obstructions of the liver and spleen, and laxative; and the eating much thereof engenders lice: (K: [the last word in this explanation in the K is مُقْمِلٌ, which I render agreeably with the TK, having found no authoritative explanation of it: but in my own opinion, the meaning of this word is fattening, for قَمِلَ signifies “ he became fat after being lean; ” and my opinion is confirmed by what here follows:]) it is a pleasant fruit, having nothing redundant, and a nice food, quick of digestion, and a very useful medicine, for it has a laxative property, dissolves phlegm, purifies the kidneys, removes sand of the bladder, opens obstructions of the liver and spleen, and fattens the body: it is also said, in a trad., that it stops hemorrhoids, and is good for the gout: (Bd xcv. 1:) AHn says, there are many kinds thereof; that of the desert, that of the cultivated land, that of the plains, and that of the mountains; and it is abundant in the land of the Arabs: and he adds, on the authority of an Arab of the desert, of the Saráh, that it is, in the Saráh, very abundant, and allowed to be commonly taken; and is eaten by the people there in its fresh state, and also dried and stored: (M:) the word is Arabic: (Msb:) [a coll. gen. n.:] n. un. with ة. (S, M, Msb.) This is what is meant in the Kur [xcv. 1], where it is said, وَالتِّينِ وَالزَّيْتُونِ, (T, S, M, Msb,) accord. to I'Ab, (T, S, Bd, Jel,) and the generality of the interpreters: (Msb:) or these two words mean two mountains (S, M, Bd, Jel) of Syria, (S, Jel,) or of the Holy Land, (Bd,) that produce the two fruits thus named: (Jel:) or, accord. to a Syrian interpreter, certain mountains extending from Hulwán, to Hemdán, and the mountains of Syria: (Fr, T:) or Damascus and Jerusalem: (M, Bd:) or the mosque of Damascus and that of Jerusalem: (Bd:) or two mosques in Syria: accord. to AHn, the former is the name of a mountain in the country of Ghatafán; but there is no mountain thus called in Syria. (M.) ― -b2- Among the kinds of تِين is that called تِينُ الجُمَّيْزِ [The sycamore-fig; ficus sycomorus; also called the Egyptian fig]; describe voce جُمَّيْزٌ, q. v. (AHn.) ― -b3- [التِّينُ الإِِفْرَنْجِىُّ and التِّينُ الشَّوْكِىُّ are appellations applied in the present day to The Indian fig, or prickly pear; cactus opuntia: Forskål (Flora Aegypt. Arab. p. lxvii) applies the former name to the cochineal Indian fig; cactus cochinillifer.] ― -b4- التِّينَةُ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The anus: (AHn, M, K:) [opposed to الجُمَّيْزَةُ as meaning “ the pudendum muliebre. ”.] تِينَانٌ تينان : see art. تن. تَيَّانٌ تيان A seller of تِين [or figs]. (TA.) مَتَانَةٌ متانه متانة متن [originally مَتْيَنَةٌ] A fig-garden. (KL.) And أَرْضٌ مَتَانَةٌ A land abounding with تِين [or figs]. (TA.) 1 تَاهَ تاه تاة , (S, Mgh, Msb, K,) aor. يَتِيهُ, (S, Msb,) inf. n. تِيهٌ (S, Mgh, Msb, K) and تَيْهٌ (K) and تَيَهَانٌ, (S, K,) is syn. with تَاهَ having for its aor. يَتُوهُ; (Msb, TA;) [and with طَاحَ, aor. يَطِيحُ and يَطُوحُ;] signifying He deviated from, or lost, or missed, the right way; he lost his way; (Mgh, Msb, K, TA;) in the desert: (Mgh, Msb:) he was, or became, confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course: (Mgh:) he went away in the land, confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course: (S, TA:) [or his mind, or intellect, was, or became, disordered, confused, or unsound: (see تَاهَ in art. توه:)] and he perished. (TA in art. توه.) You say also, تَاهَتْ بِهِ سَفِينَتُهُ His ship deviated from the right course with him. (TA.) And تَاهَ عَنِّى بَصَرُكَ Thine eye, or thy sight, passed me over; syn. تَخَطَّى. (Aboo-Turáb, TA.) تَاهَ بَصَرَهُ [in the CK, erroneously, قَصْرُهُ] signifies also تَافَ, (K, TA, [in the CK نافَ,] i. e., accord. to 'Arrám, He looked at a thing continually, or continuously (فِى دَوَامٍ [app. as one confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see aright]). (Aboo-Turáb, TA.) ― -b2- Also, تَاهَ, (S, K,) aor. يَتِيهُ, (S,) inf. n. تِيهٌ, (S, K,) and تِيَهٌ is said to be a dial. var. of this, but is doubtful; (MF;) [like تَاهَ having for its aor. يَتُوهُ;] He magnified himself; or behaved proudly, haughtily, or insolently: (S, K:) and he affected to be commended for, or praised for, or he gloried in, that which he did not possess; [i. e. he was, or became, conceited, or vain-glorious; or he overpassed the due bounds in elegance of mind or manners or address or speech or person or attire and the like, and arrogated to himself superiority therein, through pride: (K:) [or rather, he was, or became, vain; or he behaved vainly: for] Er-Rághib makes a distinction between مُعْجَبٌ and تَائِهٌ; saying that the معجب believes himself with respect to the opinion or judgment that he forms of himself indecisively, from evidence outweighed in probability; whereas the تائه believes himself decisively. (MF and TA in art. عجب.) One says, هُوَ يَتِيهُ عَلَى قَوْمِهِ [He behaves proudly, or conceitedly, or vainly, towards his people]. (TA.) 2 تيّههُ تيه تيهه تيهة i. q. تَوَّهَهِ [and طَيَّحَهُ and طَوَّحَهُ], i. e., He made him to deviate from, or lose, or miss, the right way; made him to lose his way: (Msb:) [or he made him to be, or become, confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his tight course: &c.: see 1:] he destroyed, or lost, or left or neglected, him or it. (K.) And تيّه نَفْسَهُ He made himself to be, or become, confounded, or perplexed, and unable to see his right course; (S, TA;) as also تَوَّهَهَا and طَوَّحَهَا: (S:) or he destroyed himself. (TA.) 4 مَا أَتْيَهَهُ ذ : see مَا أَتْوَهَهُ, in art. توه. 10 استتاههُ استتاهه استتاهة : see art. توه. تَيْهٌ تيه تية : see تِيهٌ. تِيهٌ تيه تية [originally an inf. n.: see 1, throughout:] A مَفَازَة [i. e. desert, or waterless desert, &c.,] (S, Msb, K) in which one loses his way, (S,) wherein is no sign, or mark, whereby one may be guided therein; as also ↓ تَيْهَآءُ : (Msb:) pl. أَتْيَاهٌ and أَتَاوِيهٌ, (S, K,) the latter of which is a pl. of the former pl., (TA,) and أَتَاوِهَةٌ. (Meyd, in Freytag's Lex.) [Hence,] التِّيهُ, [also called تِيهُ بَنِى إِِسْرَائِيلَ,] The place [or desert] in which the Children of Israel lost their way, between Egypt and the 'Akabeh [at the head of the eastern gulf of the Red Sea], unable to find the way of egress from it. (TA.) ― -b2- أَرْضٌ تِيهٌ and ↓ تَيْهٌ and ↓ تَيْهَآءُ (K) and ↓ مَتِيهَةٌ , (S, K,) originally [مَتْيِهَةٌ,] of the measure مَفْعِلَةٌ, (S,) and ↓ مُتِيهَةٌ and ↓ مَتْيَهَةٌ and ↓ مَتْيَةٌ (K) and ↓ مُتْيِهَةٌ (TA) A land wherein one loses his way, (S, K, TA,) wide, and having in it no signs, or marks, of the way, nor mountains nor hills. (TA.) And ↓ بَلَدٌ أَتْيَهُ A country to which, and in which, one cannot find his way. (TA.) تَيْهَآءُ تيهآء : see تِيهٌ, in two places. تَيْهَانٌ تيه تيهان : see تَائِهٌ, in two places. ― -b2- Also, and ↓ تَيَّهَانٌ and ↓ تَيِّهَانٌ , Daring, or bold; who pursues a random, or heedless, course, without any certain aim or object, in affairs: applied to a man: and in like manner to a camel: and, with ة, to a she-camel. (TA.) تَيَّهَانٌ تيه تيهان and تَيِّهَانٌ: see تَيْهَانٌ: and see also تَائِهٌ. تَيَّاهٌ تياه تياة : see تَائِهٌ, in two places. تَائِهٌ ذ Deviating from, or losing, or missing, the right way; losing his way; (Mgh; see also art. توه;) and so ↓ تَيْهَانٌ and [in an intensive sense, like مِتْيَهٌ,] ↓ تَيَّاهٌ : (K:) deviating from the right way and magnifying himself or behaving proudly or haughtily or insolently: or deviating from the right way and being confounded or perplexed, unable to see his right course. (TA.) ― -b2- (tropical:) Deviating from the right way in opinion: (Mgh:) desiring a thing and unable to find the right way. (Msb.) ― -b3- Magnifying himself; or behaving proudly, haughtily, or insolently: affecting to be commended for or praised for, or glorying in, that which he does not possess; or overpassing the due bounds in elegance of mind or manners &c.: [see 1, last sentence but one: it is best rendered behaving proudly, or conceitedly, or vainly:] and in like manner ↓ تَيَّاهٌ ; (K;) but this has an intensive signification; [meaning, like مِتْيَهٌ, very proud or conceited or vain;] (TA;) and ↓ تَيْهَانٌ and ↓ تَيَّهَانٌ and ↓ تَيِّهَانٌ : (K:) or only تَائِهٌ and تَيَّاهٌ, accord. to IDrd. (TA.) هُوَ أَتْيَهُ النَّاسِ ذ : see أَتْوَهُ in art. توه, where it is explained on the authority of the TA. [In the S it seems to be indicated by the context that the meaning is He is the proudest of men.] ― -b2- See also تِيهٌ last sentence. مَتْيَهٌ متيه متية : see تِيهٌ. مِتْيَهٌ متيه متية A man having much تِيه [meaning pride, or conceit, or vanity]: or who deviates from, or loses, or misses, the right way, or who loses his way, much, or often. (TA.) مَتِيهَةٌ متيهه متيهة and مَتْيَهَةٌ and مُتِيهَةٌ and مُتْيِهَةٌ: see تِيهٌ

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