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مَحَقَ ذ , aor. مَحَقَ , inf. n. مَحْقٌ, He rendered a thing deficient, and deprived it of its blessing, or increase: or [he annihilated, annulled, or obliterated, it;] he did away with it wholly, so that no trace thereof remained. (Msb.) ― -b2- ↓ أَعْمَدُ مِنْ كَيْلٍ مُحِّقَ , or مُحِقَ: see عَمَدَ. 2 مَحَّقَ see 1. لَيَالِى المُحَاقِ ذ : see دَأْدَآءٌ and الدَّعْجَآءُ.
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