سوأ سوب سوج


سُوبَةٌ

A long, or far, journey; like سُبْأَةٌ; (Ḳ, TA;) of which it is a dial. var.: a short journey is termed سُرْبَةٌ. (TA.)

سُوبِيَةٌ

A well-known [beverage of the kind called] نَبِيذ, prepared from wheat, and much drunk by the people of Egypt, (L, TA,) at their festivals: (TA:) and also prepared from rice: (MF, TA:) [also from the pips of a species of melon, called in Egypt عَبْدَلَّاوِىّ; (see art. عبد; and see also White's “ Abdollatiphi Hist. Aegypti Compendium, ” pp. 52-3; or De Sacy's transl., pp. 34-5;) moistened and pounded, and steeped in water, which is then strained, and sweetened with sugar:] it is mentioned in a trad. and by several writers. (TA.)