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ثَرَبَهُ ثرب ثربه ثربة , aor. ثَرِبَ , (K,) inf. n. ثَرْبٌ, (TK,) [probably, in its primary sense, He stripped it of its ثَرْب: see 2: ― -b2- and hence,] (assumed tropical:) He stripped him of his garment; namely, a sick man. (K.) ― -b3- See also 2, in three places. 2 تَثْرِيبٌ تثريب , in its primary sense, is The removing of the ثَرْب, i. e., the fat that forms the integument of the stomach of a ruminant: so says Z. (Har p. 197.) ― -b2- And hence, (tropical:) The act of blaming; reproving; and punishing, or chastising, for an offence, or a crime: (Har ubi suprà:) or (tropical:) severe blaming or reproving, that rends reputations, and takes away the brightness of countenances: (Z in Har ubi suprá:) which last meaning it has in the Kur xii. 92: (Bd:) or لَا تَثْرِيبَ عَلَيْكُمْ there means (assumed tropical:) No evil, or mischief, shall come upon you: (Zj, T:) or (assumed tropical:) your offences, or crimes, shall not be mentioned: (Th, M:) تثريب signifies (assumed tropical:) the act of blaming, or reproving; (S, Mgh;) or doing so severely, or angrily; or, with the utmost severity or harshness: the act of upbraiding, or reproaching: and the going to the utmost length in blaming or reproving: one says, لَا تَثْرِيبَ عَلَيْكَ (assumed tropical:) [No blame, &c., shall be laid on thee]: and it is from الثَّرْبُ [as explained above]. (S.) You say, ثرّب and ↓ ثَرَبَ and ↓ اثرب , meaning (assumed tropical:) He blamed, or reproved; or did so severely, or with the utmost severity; or reproached, or upbraided: (T:) and ثرّب عَلَيْهِ, (S, M, K,) and ثّربهُ; (A, K;) and ↓ ثَرَبَهُ , [and ثَرَبَ عليه,] aor. ثَرِبَ , (K,) inf. n. ثَرْبٌ; (TK;) and ↓ اثربهُ ; (A, K;) (assumed tropical:) he blamed him, or reproved him; upbraided him, or reproached him, (M, A, K,) with, or for, his offence, or crime; (M, K;) and reminded him thereof; (M;) he showed him his deed to be foul, abominable, or bad: (As, S:) or عليه ↓ ثَرَبَ , aor. ثَرِبَ , signifies (assumed tropical:) he blamed him, or reproved him; and, as Suh says, ثرّب عليه, (assumed tropical:) he blamed him, or reproved him, much. (Msb.) ― -b3- Also (assumed tropical:) The acting ill, or corruptly; doing evil, or mischief; creating confusion, or disorder. (TA.) -A2- It is also said in the K to be syn. with طَىٌّ, which means The building [or casing a well] with stones: but [SM says,] I fear that this is a mistranscription for تَثْوِيبٌ, with و. (TA.) 4 أَثْرَبَ He (a ram) increased in his fatness: (K:) or acquired a ثَرْب, having increased in fatness. (TA.) -A2- See also 2, in two places. ثَرْبٌ ثرب A thin integument of fat that covers the stomach of a ruminant and the bowels or intestines; (Lth, T, S, M, Msb, K;) the fat that is spread over the bowels, or intestines: (T:) pl. (of mult., TA) ثُرُوبٌ (M, K) and (of pauc., TA) أَثْرُبٌ, and pl. pl. أَثَارِبُ. (K.) Hence, صَارَتِ الشَّمْسُ كَا@لْأَثَارِبِ The sun [upon the ground] became like the integuments above-mentioned: i. e., scattered; being upon one place and not upon another, towards sunset: a phrase occurring in a trad., in which it is said that when this is the case, it is forbidden to perform the afternoonprayer: and in another trad. occurs the phrase, صَارَتِ الشَّمْسُ كَثَرْبِ النَّاقَةِ [The sun upon the ground became like the ثرب of the she-camel]. (TA.) ― -b2- And [hence,] (assumed tropical:) A land of which the stones are such as those of the حَرَّة [q. v.], save that they are white. (L.) ثَرَبَاتٌ ثربات , (K,) or ثَرِبَاتٌ [like تَرِبَاتٌ, with which it is nearly, or perhaps exactly, syn.], (M,) The fingers. (M, K.) أَثْرَبُ ذ , (TA,) fem. ثَرْبَآءُ, (T, K,) A sheep having a large ثَرْب; (T, TA;) i. e. (TA) a fat sheep. (K, TA.) مُثْرِبٌ مثرب (assumed tropical:) One who gives little, (K, TA,) reproaching for that which he has given. (TA.) مُثَرِّبٌ مثرب Upbraiding [&c.: see the verb, 2]: (M:) or acting ill, or corruptly; doing evil, or mischief; creating confusion, or disorder. (M, K.)
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