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2كوّذ

, inf. n. تَكْوِيذٌ, It (an إِزَار [or a wrapper for the lower part of the body and the thighs]) reached to the part called the كَاذَة (L, Ḳ) only. (L.)
He (a man in the act of concubitus) thrust against the sides of the pubes. (Ḳ.)
He beat or struck, with a staff, or stick, upon the posteriors, (Ḳ,) between the thigh and the hip. (TA.)

كَاذَةٌ

What surrounds the vulva, of the exterior of the two thighs: (L, Ḳ:) or the portion of flesh of the inner side of the thigh; the two together are called the كَاذَتَانِ: (Aṣ, L:) or the flesh of the hinder part of the thigh: (L, Ḳ:) or the part of the thigh which is the place that is cauterized in the hinder part of the thigh of the ass; so in a man &c.: (L:) or the كَاذَتَانِ are two compact portions of flesh in the upper part of each thigh of an ass, the place that is cauterized, between the thigh and the haunch: (T, L:) or the flesh of the outer sides of the two thighs, below the جَاعِرَتَانِ; (AHeyth, T, L;) and this is the correct signification: (T, L:) or the prominent flesh in the upper parts of the thigh: (Ṣ, L:) pl. كَاذَاتٌ and [quasi-pl., or coll. gen. n.,] كَاذٌ. (L.)

مُكَوِّذٌ

An إزَار [or a wrapper for the lower part of the body and the thighs] reaching to the part called the كَاذَة (L, Ḳ) only; or, to the كَاذَتَانِ, when it is put on. (L.)