لحظ لحف لحق
لِحَافٌ: see what follows.
مِلْحَفَةٌ A مُلَآءَة that is سُمُط [not lined, nor stuffed]: if lined or stuffed, the vulgar also call it by this name, but the Arabs do not know this: (L, TA:) and the same applies to the لِحَاف↓: Az says, that لِحَافٌ and مِلْحَفٌ mean the same: like إِزَارٌ and مِئْزَرٌ, and قِرَامٌ and مِقْرَمٌ; and sometimes one says مِقْرَمَةٌ and مِلْحَفَةٌ; and it is the same whether the garment be سُمُط or lined. (TA.) He says also, [in another place,] that the Arabs apply the terms لِحَافٌ↓ and مِلْحَفَةٌ to A night-wrapper (إِزَارُ لَيْلِ) if it be طَاقٌ وَاحِدٌ [a single piece of stuff; i. e. not double, not lined nor faced, nor stuffed]. (TA in art. سمط.)