مرغ مرق مرن
اِمْتَرَقَ He drew a sword from its scabbard. (TA, voce اِهْتَلَبَ; and voce اِعْتَقَّ.)
مَرْقُ الإِهَابِ The burying of the skin, or hide, in the earth, so that its hair may be removed, and it may become ready for tanning. (Ḳ,* TA in art. افق.) See also فَلَقَ.
مَرَقٌ in grapes: see سُكَّرٌ.
مَرَقٌ Broth; gravy-soup; and any decoction.
مُرِّيقٌ: see دُرِّىْءٌ.
مَمْرَقٌ A kind of small lantern in the roof of a chamber, for the admission of air, generally octagonal, the sides of wooden lattice-work, and the top a cupola; a sky-light; any kind of window or aperture in a roof.