قلو قم قمأ


1قَمَّهُ

: see 4; and ثَمَّهُ, in two places.

4أَقَمَّ الفَحْلُ شَوْلَهُ and الشَّوْلُ

قَمَّتِ: see أَشْمَلَ.

R. Q. 2تَقَمْقَمْتُهُ

I took it, or devoured it, altogether. (TA in art. عب.)

قُمَامَةٌ

Sweepings. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)

مِقَمٌّ

A man who eats all that is upon the table. (Ṣ, Ḳ. *)
مِقَمٌّ and مِقَمَّةٌ: see مِثَمٌّ.

قُمْقُمٌ

A certain well-known vessel; arabicized from كُمْكُمْ; (Ḳ, TA;) a vessel of copper, in which water is heated; also called مَحَمُّ; and called by the people of Syria غَلَّايَةٌ; as also قُمْقُمَةٌ: (Mṣb:) or a well-known vessel of copper, &c., in which water is heated, narrow in the head: and hence, (tropical:) a small vessel of copper or silver or china-ware, in which rose-water is put [for sprinkling, having a long and narrow neck, with a cover pierced with a hole or with several holes]; (TA;) the vessel of the perfumer: and, with ة, a vessel of brass, having two loop-shaped handles, which the traveller takes with him: pl. قَمَاقِمُ. (Mṣb.)

قَمْقَامَةٌ

: see حَلَمَةٌ and حَمْنَانٌ and طَبُّوعٌ.