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1كَتَمَ

, aor. كَتُمَ, inf. n. كَتْمٌ [and كِتْمَانٌ], doubly trans., He concealed, or suppressed, a secret. (Mgh.)
كَتَمَ الرَّبْوَ: see a verse cited in the last paragraph of art. عور.

5تَكَتَّمَ

(Ḳ, art. دلس) He (a man) concealed, or hid, himself. (T, Ḳ, same art.)

6تَكَاتَمُوا

They practised concealment, one with another: see تَدَافَنُوا.

كَتُومٌ

A strict concealer of secrets.

كَاتِمٌ

meaning مَكْتُومٌ: see دَافِقٌ, in two places.
فِى كَاتِمِ السِّرِّ: see a verse cited in conj. 3 of art. عرض.