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1قَرَى الضَّيْفَ

is doubly trans.: see a verse cited voce قُوهٌ.

8اِفْتَرَى

[meaning تَتَبَّعَ: see a verse of Aboo Dhu-eyb, voce خَافَةٌ, in art. خوف.] It also means He investigated a country or countries. (Ṣ, * Ḳ, * TA, all in art. قرى; and TA in art. قرو.) He made much and diligent search. (KL.) See also 10 in art. قرأ.

قِرًى

Entertainment for a guest; that with which a guest is entertained. (Ṣ.)
Water collected in a trough, or tank, for the drinking of beasts: see بَيُّوتٌ: thus explained in the M in art. بيت.

قَرِىٌّ

A place where water runs, (T, Ṣ,) to, (T,) or in, or into, (Ṣ,) meadows, (T,) or a meadow. (Ṣ.) See شَيْخٌ (last sentence).
Pl. أَقْرِيَةٌ: see قَرْءٌ.

قَرْيَةٌ

A town, or village; (Mṣb, TA;) a small بَلَد, smaller than a مَدِينَة: (MF, voce تِرْمِذ:) not well applied to a مَدِينَة unless qualified by an epithet denoting greatness. (TA in art. مَدِينَة.) See Bḍ, ii. 261.

نَاقَةٌ فِى قِرْوَتِهَا

: see 4 in art. قرأ.

قَرِيَّةٌ

[vulg. قَرْيَة The yard of a ship;] a squared piece of wood upon the head of the mast of a ship. (Az, TA in art. رنح.)

قَارِيَهٌ

A certain bird. See خُضَارِىٌّ and تَنَوُّطٌ.

قَارٍ

for قَارِئٌ, q. v.

نَاقَةٌ قَرْوَاءُ

A long-backed she-camel. (IB, in TA, voce هِرْجَابٌ.)

مَقْرًى

: see 2 in art. حجل.

مَقْرُوٌّ

and مَقْرِىٌّ for مَقْرُوْءٌ: see art. قرأ.