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1زَجَا

, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) aor. يَزْجُو, (Ṣ,) inf. n. زَجَآءٌ (Ṣ, Ḳ, and Ḥam p. 78) and زَجْوٌ (Ḳ and Ḥam) and زُجُوٌّ, (Ḳ,) It (a thing) went, or became urged on or along, quickly. (Ḥam ubi suprà: there indicated by the context, but not expressed.)
It (a bad piece of money) passed, or had currency. (Er-Rághib, TA.)
It (an affair) was, or became, easy; and right, in a right state, or right in its direction or tendency. (Ḳ, TA.) Hence the trad., لَا تَزْجُو صَلَاةٌ لَا يُقْرَأُ فِيهَا بِفَاتِحَةِ الكِتَابِ i. e. [A prayer in which the opening chapter of the Book (meaning the Ḳur-án) is not recited] will not be right. (TA.)
Also, inf. n. زَجَآءٌ, said of the [tax called] خَرَاج, It was, or became, easy of collection. (Ṣ.)
زَجَآءٌ also signifies The acting with penetrative energy, and effectiveness, in an affair. (Ṣ, Ḳ.) One says, هٰذَا الأَمْرُ قَدْ زَجَوْنَا عَلَيْهِ [app. meaning This affair, we have effected it, or accomplished it; like as one says, مَضَيْنَا عَلَى الأَمْرِ]. (T, TA.) And عَطَآءٌ قَلِيلٌ يَزْجُو خَيْرٌ مِنْ كَثِيرٍ لَا يَزْجُو [A small gift that is effective is better than much that will not be effective]. (Ṣ.)
One says also, ضَحِكَ حَتَّى زَجَا i. e. [He laughed until] his laughing became stopped, or cut short. (Ṣ, Ḳ. *)
See also what next follows, in two places.

2زجّاهُ

, (Ṣ, Mṣb, TA,) inf. n. تَزْجِيَةٌ, (Ṣ, TA,) He pushed it gently, (Ṣ, Mṣb, TA,) in order that it might go on; as also ازجاهُ; and زَجَاهُ, aor. يَزْجُوهُ, inf. n. زَجْوٌ: and this last, he drove it, or urged it on, gently; (TA;) [and so زجّاهُ and ازجاهُ, as will be shown by what follows:] or زَجَاهُ signifies [simply] he drove it, or urged it on: and he pushed it: and so [app. in both of these senses] زجّاهُ and ازجاهُ. (Ḳ.) Hence, i. e. from زَجَّيْتُهُ meaning “ I pushed it gently, ” (Ḥar p. 304,) one says, كَيْفَ تُزَجِّى الأَيَّامَ (Ṣ, Ḥar) i. e. كَيْفَ تُدَافِعُهَا [How dost thou strive with the days in pushing them on, or making them to pass away?]: (Ṣ:) or كيف تَدْفَعُهَا [how dost thou push on the days? and thus may mean also كيف تدافعها]: (Ḥar:) [or how dost thou make the days to pass away? for] زجّى الأَيَّامَ means he made the days to pass away: (MA:) [or how dost thou pass the days? for it is also said that] تَزْجِيَةٌ signifies the passing [one's] days. (KL.) [زجّى الأَيَّامَ may be well rendered He made the days to pass away by means of exertion; and so دَفَعَهَا and دَافَعَهَا. Ḥar (ubi suprà) uses the phrase أُزَجِّى أَيَّامًا مُسْوَدَّةً as meaning I push on evil and hard days.] ازجى الشَّىْءَ, also, inf. n. إِزْجَآءٌ, is expl. by Az as signifying دَافَعَ بِقَلِيلِهِ [app. meaning He strove to push on life, or to repel want or the like, with little of the thing]: and accord. to a saying heard by him from a man of the tribe of Fezárah, نُزَجِّىدُنْيَانَا [or the correct reading may be نُزْجِى, and accord. to either reading the phrase may be rendered We strive to push on life, or to repel want &c., with little of our worldly possessions,] means we content ourselves in respect of our worldly possessions with scanty sustenance. (TA. [See also 5.]) One says also الإِبِلَ أَزْجَيْتُ I drove the camels. (Ṣ.) And وَلَدَهَا البَقَرَةُ تُزْجِى The [wild] cow drives her young one. (Ṣ.) الرِّيحُ السَّحَابَ تُزْجِى The wind drives along the clouds: (Ṣ:) or drives along gently the clouds; as also تُزَجِّيهِ, but in an intensive sense. (Mṣb.) In like manner, سَحَابًا يُزْجِى is said of God, in the Ḳur [xxiv. 43]: and in the same [xvii. 68], رَبُّكُمُ ٱلَّذِى لَكُمُ ٱلْفُلْكَ فِى البَحْرِ يُزْجِى [Your Lord is He who driveth along for you the ship in the sea]. (TA.) And a poet says,
* زَجَّيْتُهُ بِالقَوْلِ وَٱزْدَجَيْتُهُ *
i. e. [I drove him with speech, and] urged him on: for اِزْدَجَاهُ signifies سَاقَهُ [like زَجَّاهُ &c.]. (TA.)
And زجّى حَاجَتِى He made easy the attainment of my want. (TA.)
زجّى الرُّمْحَ i. q. أَزَجَّهُ q. v. in art. زج. (TA in that art.)

5تَزَجَّيْتُ بِكَذَا

I contented myself with such a thing: a rájiz says,
* تَزَجَّ مِنْ دُنْيَاكَ بِالبَلَاغِ *
[Content thyself with what is sufficient of thy worldly possessions]. (Ṣ. [See also 2.])

أَزْجَى

More penetrating and effective in an affair than another: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) so in the saying, فُلَانٌ أَزْجَى بِهٰذَا الأَمْرِ مِنْ فُلَانٍ [Such a one is more penetrating and effective in this affair than such a one]. (Ṣ, Ḳ. *)

مُزْجًى

, applied to a horse [or other beast], That is driven, or urged on, (يزجى, [i. e. يُزْجَى,]) in his pace, by little and little. (Ḥam p. 158.)
A small, or scanty, thing; (Ṣ, Er-Rághib, TA;) or such as is mean, or paltry; that may be pushed and driven away because of the little account that is made of it. (Er-Rághib, TA.) بِضَاعَةٌ مُزْجَاةٌ means Small, or scanty, merchandise; little in quantity: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) and so it is said to mean in the Ḳur [xii. 88]: or, as in some copies of the Ṣ, little, or mean, or paltry, merchandise: (TA:) or mean, or paltry, merchandise, rejected by every one to whom it is offered: (A, TA:) or merchandise wherewith the days are pushed on (تُدْفَعُ [i. e. made to pass away by means of exertion]) because of its scantiness: (Mṣb, TA: [for مُزْجَاةٌ بِهَا:]) or, accord. to the shereef El-Murtaḍà, merchandise driven along portion after portion, scantily and feebly: (TA:) or merchandise in respect of which a lowering of the price is demanded on account of its badness (فِيهَا إِغْمَاضٌ); (Th, TA;) not in perfect condition: (Th, Ḳ, TA:) thus, too, it is expl. as used in the Ḳur: and some say that what is there mentioned consisted of fruit of the terebinth-tree, or of صَنَوْبَر [app. here meaning pine-cones]: some say, of commodities of the Arabs of the desert, wool, and clarified butter: and some say, of deficient pieces of money. (TA.)

مُزَجًّى

Weak: so termed because of his lagging behind, and requiring to be urged on: (Ḥam p. 441:) or anything not perfect in nobility, nor in any other praiseworthy quality: or, as some say, one driven to generosity against his will: (TA:) and also, (TA,) applied to a man, i. q. مُزَلَّجٌ [q. v., app. here meaning deficient in manliness, or manly virtue, or the like]. (Ṣ, TA.) [الزَّمَانُ المُزَجَّى, a phrase used by Ḥar, is expl. (p. 429) as meaning حَقُّهُ أَنْ يُزَجِّيهِ النَّاسُ, i. e. Time that requires men to push it on, or to make it to pass away by means-of exertion.]

مِزْجَآءٌ

A man who urges on much the camel, or beast, that he rides. (TA.)