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1لَطَأَ بِالأَرْضِ

, aor. لَطَاَ, inf. n. لَطْءٌ; and لَطِئَ, aor. لَطَاَ, inf. n. لُطُوْءٌ; He clave to the ground. (Ṣ, Ḳ.) Also, the former, without ء: إِلْطَهْ occurs in a trad. for إِلْطَأْ [imper. of لَطِئَ] Cleave to the ground. (TA.)
لَطِئَ لِسَانِى My tongue became stiff, so that I could not move it to speak. From a trad. (TA.)
لَطَأَ, (Ḳ,) inf. n. لَطْءٌ, (TA,) He beat a person with a staff or stick: or he beat on the back only. (Ḳ.)

لَطَأٌ

The wolf: [because it crouches, or crawls, upon the ground]. (TA.)
A hunter, or sportsman: [for the same reason]. (TA.)

رَأَيْتُ الذِّئْبَ لَاطِئًا لِلسَّرِقَةِ

[I saw the wolf crouching to steal]. (TA.)

لَا طِئَةٌ

A wound on the head, such as is termed سِمْحَاقٌ: (Ḳ:) also termed مِلْطَأٌ and مِلْطَأَةٌ [q. v. infra]. (TA.)
Also, A pustule (Ḳ) that comes forth upon a man, scarcely curable; (TA;) said to be from the sting, or bite, of the ثُطْأَة. So in the L; but in the Ḳ, incorrectly, or it is from the sting, or bite, of the ثطاة. (TA.)
Also, A small kind of قَلَنْسُوَة, that cleaves to the head. (A, TA.)

مِلْطَأٌ

and مِلْطَأَة: see لَاطِئَةٌ, and also arts. لطى and لط.
The former is also explained as signifying The pericranium itself; a thin cuticle, or membrane, between the bone of the scull and its flesh: accord. to IAth and the L. (TA.)