Suffering from indigestion, or heaviness of the stomach arising from food which it is too weak to digest: (JK, Ḳ:) and زهمان with damm [i. e.
↓زُهْمَانٌ, with tenween, for, as is said in the Ṣ (voce عُرْيَانٌ), a word of the measure فُعْلَان has its fem. with ة meaning, if an epithet,] signifies [the same, or] satiated, sated, or satisfied in stomach; as also
↓زُهْمَانِىٌّ. (Z, cited by Freytag in his Arab. Prov., ii. 196.) And [hence, app.,] زَهْمَانُ, (Abu-n-Nedà, IAạr, TA,) or
↓زُهْمَانُ, [imperfectly decl. (like the first word) as a proper name ending with ان] (AHeyth, IDrd, Ṣ, TA,) or each, (Ḳ,) the name of A certain dog. (Ṣ, Ḳ, &c.) It is said in a prov., زَادُهُ
↓فِى بَطْنِ زَهْمَانَ In the belly of the dog زهمان is his provision: applied to a man who has with him his apparatus, and what he needs: or, accord. to AA, the case was this: a man slaughtered a camel, and divided it, and gave to [one whose name was] زهمان his share, and then زهمان returned to receive again with the [other] people; and it is applied to a man who seeks a thing when he has received once: (Meyd:) Z says that زَهْمَانُ is the name of a man who came to a people that had slaughtered a camel, and asked them to give him some food thereof, and they gave it him: then he returned to them, and they said to him thus, meaning “ Thou has had thy provision thereof, and it is in thy belly; ” and it is applied to any one who has received his share of a thing, and then come, after that, seeking it: or, as some relate it, it is with damm, [
↓زُهْمَان] and is applied to one who is invited to a repast when he is satiated: or it relates to one suffering from indigestion: or زهمان is the name of a dog; and it originated from the fact that a man prepared for himself some provision, and was unmindful of it, and a dog ate it; and it is applied to him for whom there is no share. (Z cited by Freytag ubi suprà.)