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1تَمْشِيقٌ

He elongated the handwriting: or was quick in it. (M.)

2تَمْشِيقٌ

The act of lacerating much: see an ex. voce دَحِيقٌ.

كِتَابُ مَشْقٍ

Writing with spaces, or gaps, and with elongated letters; (JK;) [or quick, or hasty, writing; (see مَشَقَ;)] contr. of كِتَابُ التَّحَاسِينِ. (Ḳ in art. حسن.)

مِشَاقٌ

Tow; oakum.

مُشَاقَةٌ

[the hards, or hurds, of flax or hemp and any similar coarse fibres: (see سَلَبٌ:) or tow; i. e.] what falls from the combing of hair and flax and the like: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) or what is long: or not cleared: (Ḳ:) or what remains, of flax, after combing, that is, after it has been drawn through the مِمْشَقَة, [or heckle,] which is a thing like a comb, whereby the best becomes cleared, the broken particles and integuments, which constitute the مُشَاقَة, remaining. (Mgh.)

مُشَّقٌ

A certain sea-fish. (Ḳ, voce مُدَّجٌ: in the CK, مُشَقٌّ.)

مِمْشَقَةٌ

: see مُشَاقَهٌ.

مَمْشُوقٌ

A man light of flesh: (Ḳ:) a horse lean, lank, light of flesh, slender, or lank in the belly. (Ṣ.)
مَمْشُوقَةٌ A damsel tall and slender: (Ḳ:) slender: or perfect in make, and goodly, or beautiful: (Mṣb:) or goodly, or beautiful, in stature. (Ṣ.)