سكب سكبج سكبينج


Q. 1سَكْبَجَ

He prepared سِكْبَاج. (TA.)

سِكْبَاجٌ

an arabicized word, (O, Mṣb, Ḳ,) with kesr (Mṣb, Ḳ) to the س, not with fet-h, because there is no word of the measure فَعْلَالٌ except of the reduplicate class [like زَلْزَالٌ &c.], (Mṣb,) from سِكْ, meaning “vinegar,” in Pers., and بَاج, [arabicized from the Pers. بَاهَا,] i. e. لَوْنٌ [as meaning “a sort,” or “species,” of food or viands]; (O; [in which it is erroneously said that بَاج is in Pers. بَاوَا;]) or from [the Pers.] سِرْكَهْ ۩َاَۜهْ; [سِرْكَهْ meaning “vinegar;” and ۩َاَۜهْ “sheeps' feet,” or “trotters;”] (TA;) [but the former derivation is evidently the more probable;] A well-known kind of food; (Mṣb;) flesh-meat cooked with vinegar: this is the best that is said [in explanation of the word]: (TA:) [in the present day, applied to a sort of food composed of flesh-meat, wheat-flour, and vinegar; and sometimes to other varieties of food, but vinegar, I believe, enters into the composition of them all: also called سِكْبَا; from the Pers. سِكْ “vinegar,” and بَا “spoon-meat:” accord. to Golius, on the authority of the Loghat NiametAllah Khaleel Soofee, a sort of food composed of flesh-meat cut in pieces, (to which are afterwards added raisins, a few figs, and some vetches,) with vinegar and honey, or acid syrop: and سِكْبَاجُ البَقَرِ is a name given to such food prepared with beef:] سِكْبَاجٌ أَصْفَرُ is a well-known sort of broth [or soup] in which is saffron, wherefore it is termed اصفر. (Mgh.)