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بَالَ إِل ال بإِل بال بالي بآل آل , (T, S, &c.,) aor. يَبُولُ, (S, M, Msb,) inf. n. بَوْلٌ (M, Msb) and مَبَالٌ, (Msb,) [He urined, discharged his urine, made water, or staled;] said of a man, (M, Msb,) and of a beast, (Msb,) &c. (M.) ― -b2- [Hence,] بَالَ بَوْلًا شَرِيفًا فَاخِرًا (tropical:) He (a man) begat offspring resembling him (El-Mufaddal, T, TA) in form and natural dispositions. (El-Mufaddal, TA.) ― -b3- A poet, using the verb metaphorically, says, “ بَالَ سُهَيْلٌ فِى الفَضِيخِ فَفَسَدْ
” (tropical:) [Canopus made water in the beverage prepared from unripe dates, and it became spoiled, or marred]: (M:) meaning, that when Canopus rises [aurorally, which it does, in central Arabia, early in August, the making of that beverage is stopped, for] the season of unripe dates has passed, and they have become ripe. (L in art. فضخ.) بَالَ سُهَيْلٌ is also a prov., said when winter has come. (MF in art. خرت.) [See سُهَيْلٌ.] ― -b4- بَوْلٌ also signifies (assumed tropical:) The having vent, so as to flow forth: (K:) whence بَوَّالٌ as an epithet applied to a wine-skin: see this word below. (TA.) ― -b5- And بَالَ (assumed tropical:) It melted, or dissolved: (K:) said of fat. (TA.) 2 بوّل أَصْلَ الشَّجَرَةِ ذ (K in art. قزح) [He made water upon the root, or stem, of the tree: or] he put urine at the root of the tree to render its fruit abundant. (TK in that art.) 3 لَا أُبَاوِلُهُ ذ , from البَالُ, I will not, or I do not, cause him, or it, to move, or occur to, my mind. (Z, TA in art. بلو. See لَا أُبَالِيهِ in that art.) 4 ابال الخَيْلِ ابال الخيل , and ↓ استبالها , [He, or it, made, or caused, the horses to stale: or] he stopped the horses for the purpose of [their] staling. (TA.) One says, (in threatening, PS,) لَنُبِيلَنَّ الخَيْلَ فِى عرَصَاتِكُمْ [We will assuredly make the horses to stale in your courts]. (S.) And it is said in a prov., أَحْمِرَةٌ ↓ بَالَ حِمَارٌ فَا@سْتَبَالَ An ass staled, and caused some (other) asses to stale: applied to a case in which people help one another to do what is disagreeable. (Meyd.) 10 استبال استبال ٱستبال He desired, or required, to make water. (KL.) ― -b2- See also 4, in two places. ― -b3- El-Farezdak says, “ وَ إِِنَّ الَّذِى يَسْعَى لِيُفْسِدَ زَوْجَتِى
كَسَاعٍ إِِلَى أُسْدِ الشَّرَى يَسْتَبِيلُهَا
” meaning [And verily he who strives to corrupt my wife is like one betaking himself to the lions of Esh-Sharà (a certain road abounding with those animals)] to receive their urine in his hand. (S.) بَالٌ إِل ال بإِل بال بالي بآل آل A state, condition, or case; syn. حَالٌ (T, S, Msb, K) and شَأْنٌ: (T:) or a state, condition, or case, for which one cares; wherefore one says, مَا بَالَيْتُ بِكَذَا, inf. n. بَالَةٌ, meaning “ I cared not for such a thing: ” (TA:) or a thing [or things] for which one cares: (Har p. 94:) and البَالُ signifies also بَالُ النَّفْسِ, i. e. care, or concern; and hence is [said to be] derived بَالَيْتُ, having for its inf. n. بَالَةٌ. (T.) One says, مَا بَالُكَ What is thy state, or condition, or case? (S.) [See the Kur xii. 50 and xx. 53: and see an ex. in a verse cited in this Lex. voce إِِيهِ.] When it was said to a man, in former times, “ How hast thou entered upon the morning? ” he used to reply, بِخَيْرٍ أَصْلَحَ ا@للّٰهُ بَالَكُمْ [With good fortune: may God make good your state, or condition]. (Ham p. 77.) وَ يُصْلِحُ بَالَهُمْ, in the Kur [xlvii. 6], means And He will make good their state, or condition, in the present world: (I'Ab, T:) or their means of subsistence in the present world, together with their recompense in the world to come. (M.) One says also, هُوَ رَخِىُّ البَالِ He is in ample and easy circumstances (T, Msb) of life; (T;) he is not straitened in circumstances, nor troubled: (T:) or he is in an easy, or a pleasant, state or condition: (TA in art. رخو:) or he is easy, or unstraitened, in mind: (S:) [for] البَالُ, (T, M, K,) or رَخَآءُ البَالِ, (TA,) signifies ampleness and easiness of life: (T, M, K, TA:) or البال signifies an easy, or unstraitened, state of the mind. (S.) And هُوَ كَاسِفُ البَالِ He is in an evil state or condition: (TA:) or he is straitened in his hope, or expectation: for البال is said to signify hope, or expectation: (T:) so says El-Hawaázinee. (TA.) And لَيْسَ هٰذَا مِنْ بَالِى This is not of the things for which I care. (S.) And it is said in a trad., كُلُّ أَمْرٍ ذِى بَالٍ لَمْ يُبْدَأْ فِيهِ بِحَمْدِ ا@للّٰهِ فَهُوَ أَبْتَرُ, i. e., Every honourable affair, for which one cares, and by which one is rendered solicitous, [in which a beginning is not made by praising God, is cut off from good, or prosperity:] or every affair of importance, or moment. (TA in two places in this art.) ― -b2- Also The heart, or mind; syn. قَلْبٌ, (T, S, Msb, K,) and خَلَدٌ, (Ham pp. 76 and 77,) and نَفْسٌ, (AZ, T,) and خَاطِرٌ. (M, K, Kull p. 179.) You say, خَطَرَ بِبَالِى, (Msb, Kull ubi suprà,) and عَلَى بَالِى, (Kull ibid.,) i. e., [It (an affair, or a thing, Kull) occurred to, or bestirred itself in, or moved,] my heart, or mind. (Msb, Kull.) And لَمْ يَخْطُرْ بِبَالِى ذٰلِكَ الأَمْرُ, i. e., [That affair did not occur to, or] did not move me, or distress me. (T.) And مَا يَخْطُرُ فُلَانٌ بِبَالِى, i. e. [Such a one does not occur to, or move,] my heart, or mind. (S.) ― -b3- [And hence, Mind, or attention. You say, أَعْطِنِى بَالَكَ Give me thy mind, or attention. And] لَا أُلْقِى إِِلَيْهِ بَالًا [I will not, or I do not, give, or pay, any attention to him, or it]. (Z, TA in art. بلو.) -A2- [The whale;] a great fish, (S, K,) of the fish of the بَحْر [here meaning sea]; (S;) a certain bulky fish, called جَمَلُ البَحْرُ; (M;) it is a fish fifty cubits long: (MF:) [Kzw describes it as being from four hundred to five hundred cubits in length, and says that it sometimes shows the extremity of its fin, like a great sail, and its head also, and blows forth water rising into the air higher than an arrow can be shot: these and other exaggerated particulars he mentions in his account of the Sea of the Zenj: and in a later place he says, that it eats ambergris, and dies in consequence; and a great quantity of oil is procured from its brain, and used for lamps:] the word [in this sense] is not Arabic: (S:) in the O it is said to be arabicized, from [the Persian] وَالْ. (TA.) -A3- The spade (مَرّ [in the CK erroneously written مُرّ]) with which one works in land of seed-produce. (M, K.) -A4- See also بَالَةٌ, in three places. بَوْلٌ بول , originally an inf. n., (Msb,) [Urine; stale:] pl. أَبْوَالٌ. (S, Msb, K.) ― -b2- أَبْوَالُ البِغَالِ The seminal fluid of mules. (As, TA.) And hence, as being likened thereto, because it is fruitless, (As, TA,) (assumed tropical:) The سَرَاب [or mirage: in the CK الشَّرابُ]. (As, K, TA.) It is also applied to the road of El-Yemen, which is not travelled but by mules: see also art. بغل. (TA.) ― -b3- بَوْلُ العَجُوزِ (assumed tropical:) Cow's milk. (TA.) ― -b4- بَوْلٌ signifies also (tropical:) Offspring. (M, K, TA.) ― -b5- And (tropical:) A large number. (K, TA.) ― -b6- See also أَبْوَلُ. بَالَةٌ ذال بذاله بذالة A [flask, or bottle, such as is called] قَارُورَة: (M, K:) pl. [or rather coll. gen. n.] ↓ بَالٌ . (TA.) ― -b2- A [bag such as is called] جِرَاب, (T,M, K,) small and large, in which mush is put: (T:) or (M [in the K “ and ”]) the receptacle of perfume: (S, M, K:) a Persian word, (S, M,) arabicized; (S;) in Persian بِيْلَه, (T, S, M,) or بَالَه: (M:) pl. [or coll. gen. n.] ↓ بَالٌ . (T.) ― -b3- It is said to signify also An odour; a smell; (T;) on the authority of Aboo-Sa'eed Ed-Dareer; (TA;) from بَلَوْتُهُ meaning “ I smelled it, and tried, proved, or tested, it; ” originally بَلْوَةٌ; the و being transposed, and changed into ا. (T.) ― -b4- And A staff with a pointed iron at the end, used by the hunters of El-Basrah, who throw it at the game: pl. [or coll. gen. n.] ↓ بَالٌ . (T, TA.) ― -b5- And hence it is applied by the vulgar to A small elongated sword. (TA.) -A2- It is also an inf. n. of بَالَى, which see in its proper art. (TK.) بَوْلَةٌ بول بوله بولة وله The origin (مَنْبِت [so in copies of the K accord. to the TA)] or daughter (بِنْت [so in some copies of the K]) of a man; (K;) on the authority of El-Mufaddal. (TA.) بِيلَةٌ بيل بيله بيلة a subst. from بَالَ, (S, M, K,) [meaning A discharging of urine, making water, or staling: or a mode, or manner, thereof; as appears probable from its form, and from J's adding that it is] like جِلْسَةٌ and رِكْبَةٌ; (S;) [and also from the following phrase:] إِِنَّهُ لَحَسَنُ البِيلَةِ [Verily he is one who has a good mode of discharging his urine]; from البَوْلُ. (M.) بُوَلَةٌ بول بوله بولة وله That discharges much urine; syn. كَثِيرُ البَوْلِ; (M, K;) applied to a man; (M;) and so ↓ بَوَّالٌ applied to a camel. (TA.) بَوَالٌ بوال والي A disease occasioning much, or frequent, بَوْل [or discharging of urine]: (M, K:) a disease that attacks sheep, or goats, such that they discharge urine until they die. (Ham p. 77.) You say, أَخَذَهُ بُوَالٌ He was taken with much, or frequent, بَوْل [or discharging of urine]. (S.) بَوَّالٌ بوال والي : see بُوَلَةٌ. ― -b2- [Hence,] (assumed tropical:) A wine-skin from which the wine runs out. (TA.) ― -b3- And شَحْمَةٌ بَوَّالَةٌ (assumed tropical:) A piece of fat that quickly melts or dissolves. (IAar, TA.) أَبْوَلُ مِنْ كَلْبٍ ذ More frequent in making water than a dog: or it may mean more abundant in offspring. (Meyd. [Freytag adds, in his Arab. Prov. i. 199, on the authority of Sharaf-ed-Deen, that ↓ بول (i. e. بَوْلٌ) may signify urine or coitus or offspring.]) مَبَالٌ مبال مبالي [The place of urine, or of the urinary discharge; meaning] the فَرْج [or pudendum of a man and of a woman]: whence the phrase, مَبَالٌ, فِى مَبَالٍ occurring in a trad. (TA,) مَبْوَلَةٌ مبوله مبولة [A diuretic; a provocative of urine]. You say, كَثْرَةُ الشَّرَابِ مَبْوَلَةٌ, (S, K, *) i. e., Much beverage occasions a discharging of urine. (TA.) مِبْوَلَةٌ مبوله مبولة [A urinal;] a vessel (كُوز) in which one makes water. (S, K,*)
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