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كَارَى عَلَى دَابَّةِ He employed a beast of carriage to carry for hire. (IbrD.)
أَكْراَنِى دَارَهُ, and دَابَّتَهُ, He let me his house, and his beast of carriage, on hire. (Mgh.)
اِكْتَرَى andاِسْتَكْرَى↓ andتَكَارَى↓ He hired, or took on hire a house, and a beast. (Mgh.)
كَرًى or كَرًا Drowsiness. (Ṣ, Mṣb, Ḳ.)
كَرِىٌّ One who lets a thing on hire; (Mgh:) one who lets beasts on hire. (Mṣb.) See an ex. in a verse cited art. شم, conj. 4.
And One who is hired. (Mgh, &c.) In one copy of the Mgh, المكترِى is put by mistake for المُكْتَرَى: i. q. مُكْرٍ: and مُكْتَرًى. (TA in art. حرم.)
كُرِىٌّ Spherical: see Ksh in ii. 20.
كُرِيَّةٌ Sphericalness: see Bḍ in ii. 20.
كَرَوْيا [Caraway-seed] is of the measure فَعَوْلَلٌ [and if so must be written كَرَوْيًا]: (Ḳ:) or it may be فَعَوْلًى: [but see what follows:] AHn says that, if with medd, it is fem. [and therefore كَرَوْيَآءُ]: but it is not Arabic [and therefore, without medd, it is probably كَرَوْيَا]. (TA.)
مُكَارٍ One who lets beasts of carriage, &c., on hire; like كَرِىٌّ, q. v.; an owner, and letter on hire, of asses [&c.]. (KL.) See فَلَّاحٌ.