زماورد زمت زمخ


1زَمُتَ

, aor. زَمُتَ, inf. n. زَمَاتَهُ, He was, or became, grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm. (A, Ḳ.)

5تزمّت

i. q. تَوَقَّرَ [He showed, exhibited, or manifested, gravity, staidness, steadiness, sedateness, or calmness; or he endeavoured, or constrained himself, to be grave, staid, &c.]. (A.) One says, مَا أَشَدَّ تَزَمُّتَهُ [How great is his show of gravity, &c.! or his endeavour, or constraint of himself, to be grave, &c.!]. (Fr, Ṣ.)

زَمِيتٌ

Grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm, (IAạr, Ṣ, A, Ḳ, TA,) in his sitting-place: (IAạr, TA:) pl. رُمَتَآءُ, (A,) or زمت [app. زُمْتٌ or زُمُتٌ, if not a mistranscription for زُمَتَآءُ, which I rather think it to be]. (TA.)

زِمِّيتٌ

Very grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm: (Ṣ, Ḳ, TA:) forbearing, or clement; quiet; of few words; like صِمِّيتٌ: or, as some say, silent. (TA.)

فُلَانٌ أَزْمَتُ النَّاسِ

Such a one is the most grave, staid, steady, sedate, or calm, of men. (Ṣ.)