شقو شقى شك


1شَقَى

, inf. n. شَقْىٌ, said of the نَاب [or tush] of a camel, It grew forth: a dial. var. of شَقَأَ. (Ḳ in art. شقو [but belonging to the present art.: mentioned in the TA, as not in the Ḳ, on the authority of ISd].)
[Freytag states, as on the authority of Abu-l-ʼAlà, that شَقَى is used for شَقَّ He clave, or split, &c.:
and that Reiske has explained it as signifying He opened the mouth with a wide grinning (“ amplo rictu ” ).]

شَاقٍ

A long prominence, or projecting portion, or ledge, (حَيْدٌ طَالِعٌ طَوِيلٌ,) of a mountain, (Ḳ, TA,) that cannot be ascended: (TA:) by rule it should be with ء [i. e. شَاقِئٌ, as being derived from شَقَأَ]: (Ṣgh, TA:) pl. شَوَاقِى (Ḳ [correctly شَوَاقٍ]) and شُقْيَانٌ. (TA. [Mentioned in the Ḳ in art. شقو, but belonging to the present art.])