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مَصَخَ, aor. ـَ, (L,) inf. n. مَصْخٌ; andامتصخ↓ andتمصّخ↓; (L, Ḳ;) He pulled away a thing (L, Ḳ) from the inside of another thing, (L,) and took it: (Ḳ:) and مَصَخَ andامتصخ↓ he pulled away an أُمْصُوخَة of the kind of plant called ثُمَام, or of that called نَصِىّ, (Ṣ, L,) from within another امصوخة thereof, (L,) and took it: (Ṣ, L:) andتمصّخ↓ he pulled out the white pith called امصوخة of the بَرْدِىّ. (AḤn, L.)
مَصَخَ, inf. n. مَصْخٌ, a dial form of مَسَخَ, q. v. (L, Ḳ.*)
امصخ It (a plant of the kind called ثُمَام) put forth its أَمَاصِيخ [pl. of أُمْصُوخَة, q. v.] (Ḳ.)
see 1 in two places.
إِمَّصَخَ, inf. n. إِمِّصَاخٌ, It (a child) became disunited from its mother; (Ḳ;) i. e., from the belly of its mother. (L, TA.)
امتصخ, It (a thing) became disunited from (عَنْ) another thing. (TA.)
See 1 in two places.
مَصُوخَةٌ A ewe or she-goat whose udder is flaccid at the base; (T, Ḳ;) as though it were disunited (امتصخت, i. e. انفصلت,) from the belly. (T, L.)
مُصَّاخٌ A certain plant having coats (قُشُور) like the onion; (Ḳ;) of which Az says, I have seen, in the desert, a plant called مُصَّاخٌ and ئُدَّآءٌ having coats (قشور), one above another; whenever one peels off one أُمْصُوخة (or coat) there appears another; and its coats (قشور) are an excellent fuel: the people of Haráh (هراة) call it دليزاذ. (L.)
أُمْصُوخَةٌ A sheath or coat, of a plant, enveloping, or surrounding, another sheath or coat, and the latter another, and so on: (T, L:) a خَوصَة of the kind of plant called ثُمَام, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) and of that called نَصِىّ; (Ṣ;) what is plucked from the نصىّ, like a rod; (AḤn;) [i. e., a sheath of the ثمام or the نصىّ;] there is a species of the ثمام having no leaves properly so called, its leaves being sheaths (أَنَابِيب) set one into another, each sheath (أُنْبُوبَة) of which is called امصوخة, and when it is pulled away it comes forth from the inside of another, as though it were a stopper taken out from a vessel in which collyrium (كُحْل) is kept: (Lth:) pl. أُمْصُوخٌ and أَمَاصِيخُ: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) the former is a lexicological pl., [or rather a coll. gen. n., of which امصوخة is the n. un.,] and the latter is the proper pl. (TA.)
Also, The white pith of the بَرْدِىّ. (AḤn.)