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تَخْتٌ

A repository in which clothes are kept; (Ḳ;) [a chest for clothes; a wardrobe: pl. تُخُوتٌ:] a Persian word sometimes used by the Arabs. (IDrd.)
[The following significations of the word seem to be post-classical.
A throne: a seat: a seat of government: a moveable wooden bench, or sofa: all which are Persian. Hence, تَخْتَرَوَانٌ, from the Persian, A kind of covered litter, like a palanquin, borne by two camels or horses, one before and the other behind, or by two or four mules.
So too تَخْتَةٌ A board, or plank: likewise of Persian origin. Hence the verb تَخَّتَ He boarded, or planked.]