مطل مطى مظ
مَطَا signifies He drew, or pulled, a thing; as, for instance, a well-rope: [for] مَدٌّ and مَطٌّ and مَطْوٌ are all one. (Az and TA in art. مط.) See an ex. from Zuheyr, voce ثِنَايَةٌ.
تَمَطَّى He stretched, in a neuter sense: as also تَمَطَّطَ and تَمَدَّدَ.
مُطَأۤءُ [for مُطَوَآءُ?] A stretching, through weariness, &c.? (TA, art. ثأب.)
مَطِيَّةٌ A camel: (Mṣb:) a camel, or beast, that one rides; a beast that goes with energy and speed: (Ḳ:) or a she-camel, or he-camel, that is used for riding; (TA;) [and so a horse, &c.;] a saddle-camel, or camel that one rides. (KL.)
See two exs. of a metaphorical meaning voce زَعَمَ.
مُطَوَآءُ The stretching oneself by reason of fever. (As in TA, voce بُرَحَاءُ.)