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1مَكَثَ

, aor. مَكُثَ; and مَكُثَ, aor. مَكُثَ; inf. n. مَكْثٌ [with which مُكْثٌ and مِكثٌ (see below) are syn.] and مِكِّيثَى (Ṣ, Ḳ) [like خِصِّيصَى, q. v.,] and مِكِّيثَآءُ [like خِصِّيصَآءُ] and مَكَثٌ and مُكُوثٌ and مُكْثَانٌ (Ḳ) and مَكَاثٌ and مَكَاثَةٌ [which last is the inf. n. of مَكُثَ]; (TA;) He tarried; tarried and waited, or expected; (Ṣ, Ḳ;) was patient, and tarried, and waited, or expected: or he tarried, stayed, or stopped, expecting: loitered; tarried; stayed; waited; paused in expectation; فِى مَكَانٍ in a place. (TA.) [In like manner,] تمكّث He loitered; tarried; stayed; waited; paused in expectation. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)

مُكْثٌ

and مِكْثٌ, substs., from مَكَثَ or مَكُثَ, A tarrying; tarrying and waiting, or expecting; &c. (Ṣ, A.)

مِكْثٌ

: see مُكْثٌ.

مَكِيثٌ

Grave: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) who does not hasten in his affair: pl. مُكَثَآءُ and مَكِيثُونَ. (TA.)
مَكِيثُ الكَلَامِ (tropical:) Slow of speech. (Ibn-Abi-l- Hadeed.)
Also مَكِيثٌ A man remaining; staying; abiding; remaining fixed, or stationary. (TA.)

سَارَ الرَّجُلُ مُتَمَكِّثًا

The man journeyed, or proceeded, loitering; syn. مُتَلَوِّمًا. (Ṣ.)