قثد قثرد قح
Q. 1. (قثرد)
قَثْرَدَ He (a man) had much milk and أَقِط. (TA.) [Also sometimes written قترد with ت, as are the other forms of the root mentioned below.]
قُثْرُدٌ, andقِثْرِدٌ↓ andقَثْرَدٌ↓ andقُثَارِدٌ↓ Household-goods, or utensils and furniture: (Ḳ:) AA says that قُثْرُدٌ has this signification: others say قِثْرِدٌ↓ andقُثَارِدٌ↓; i. e., i. q. قرنشوش. (IAạr, L.)
قَثْرَدٌ andقُثَرِدٌ↓ andقُثَارِدٌ↓ andمُقَثْرِدٌ↓ A man possessing many sheep or goats and lambs or kids: (Ḳ:) or possessing much of household-goods, or utensils and furniture, (Ḳ,) and of bad articles of this kind. (TA.) See also قُثْرُدٌ
And قَثْرَدٌ Portions of wool, (Ḳ,) and of hair, and of soft camel's hair, (TA,) and such articles of householdgoods or utensils and furniture as are not carried away on departing, or migrating, (Ḳ,) but are left in the abode. (TA.)
قِثْرَدٌ Dry rotten leaves, or other rubbish, at the foot of a vine. (Ḳ.)
A multitude of men. (Ḳ.)
قُثَرِدٌ see قَثْرَدٌ.
قَثَارِدُ (in SM's copy of the Ḳ, قُثارد,) The lower parts of the shirt, and the like. (Ḳ.)
مُقَثْرِدٌ see قَثْرَدٌ.