لحف لحق لحم


1لَحِقَهُ and لَحِقَ بِهِ

and أَلْحَقَهُ He reached him; overtook him; or came up with him. (Ṣ, Mṣb, Ḳ.)
لَحِقَهُ It (grief, &c.) overtook him; or ensued to him.
Also, and لَحِقَ بِهِ He overtook him; came up with him.
لَحِقَ بِهِ He became, or made himself, on a par, or as though on a par, with him. See an ex. voce تَوَحَّشَ.
It became adjoined, or annexed, to it.
لُوحكَ It was firmly, or strongly, compacted or coherent or knit together: and its several parts were inserted one into another. (TA.)
لَحِقَهُ الثَّمَنُ, inf. n. لُحُوقٌ, [i. q. أَدْرَكَهُ, i. e. The payment of] the price was, or became, obligatory on him. (Mṣb.)
لَحِقَتْ قُوَّتُهُ وَسِنُّهُ: see the last sentence of art. عون.
لَحِقَهُ has for its inf. n. لُحُوقٌ as well as لَحَاقٌ. (TA.)

4أَلْحَقَهُ بِهِ

He made him to reach, overtake, or come up with, him; (Ṣ, Mṣb, * Ḳ; *) or to follow him. (Mṣb.) He made it (a punishment) to [overtake him, or] befall him. (Mṣb.) He removed him to it; namely, a place; lit., caused him to reach it: see an ex. voce خَافِقٌ.
He affiliated him to him; announced him to be his son, because of a mutual likeness. (Mṣb.)
أَلْحَقَهُ بِهِ He classed him, as an adjunct, with him; put him on a par with him; or made him to be as though on a par with him; See two exs. voce لَاطَ, in art. ليط.
See 1.

6تَلَا حَقَتِ المَطَايَا

The saddle-camels overtook one another. (Ṣ, Ḳ.) تَلَا حَقُوا The last of them overtook, or came up with, the first of them. (Ṣ, TA in art. درك.)

لُحُوقٌ

i. q. لُزُومٌ and لُصُوقٌ. (TA)

لَاحِقُ الآطَالِ

Lean, or lank, in the sides. (Ḥam. p. 496.) لَاحِقُ البَطْنِ Lank in the belly. (TA in art. رهف.)

إِلْحَاقٌ

The rendering a word quasi-coördinate to another word of which the radical letters are more in number than those of the former word. A letter which is added to a word for the purpose above mentioned. See أَلِفُ الإِلْحَاقِ and أَلِفُ التَّكْثِيرِ in art. ا.
حَرْفُ إِلْحَاقٍ A letter of adjunction, or quasi-coördination.

مُلْحَقٌ

, pl. مُلْحَقَاتٌ, A word rendered quasiradically coördinate to another word of which the radical letters are more in number than those of the former word.
مُلْحَقٌ بِالرُّبَاعِىِّ A quasiquadriliteral-radical word.
See إِلْحَاقٌ.

بِرَوْذَوْنٌ مُتَلَاحِكٌ

i. q. مُتَعَاوِنٌ. (TA in art. عون.)