حرقص حرقف حرك


Q. 1. (حرقف)

حَرْقَفَ الأَتَانَ He (an ass) took hold upon the حَرَاقِف [pl. of حَرْقَفَة] of the she-ass [with his fore legs]. (Ibn-ʼAbbád, Ṣgh, Ḳ.)


حَرْقَفَةٌ

حَرْقَفَةٌ The bone of the حَجَبَة, which is the head [or crest] of the hip or haunch: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) or the head of the upper part of the hip or haunch: (TA in art. اكم:) or [the dual] حَرْقَفَتَانِ signifies the place where the head of each thigh unites with, or meets, the hip or haunch, (Zj in his “Khalk el-Insán,” and TA,*) externally: (TA:) [see an explanation of حَجَبَةٌ, in which a distinction is made between this latter term and حَرْقَفَةٌ: a distinction is also made between them by Zj in his work cited above, as a reference to حجبة will show:] pl. حَرَاقِفُ (Ṣ, Ḳ) and حَرَاقِيفُ. (TA.) One says, المَرِيضُ إِذَا طَالَتْ ضَجْعَتُهُ دَبِرَتْ حَرَاقِفُهُ [The sick man, when his lying on the side is of long continuance, his حراقف became galled; i. e. the exterior prominent regions of his hip-joints]. (Ṣ.)


حُرْقُوفٌ

حُرْقُوفٌ An emaciated beast, or horse or the like; (Ṣ, Ḳ, TA;) i. e., whose حَرَاقِيف are apparent. (TA.)