, aor. نَبِضَ, inf. n. نَبْضٌ and نَبَضَانٌ (Ṣ, A, Ḳ) and نَبِيضٌ, (so in a copy of the Ṣ,) It (a vein, or an artery,) pulsed, or beat, (TA,) [or throbbed;] was, or became, in a state of motion, or agitation. (Ṣ, A, Ḳ.)―
[Hence,] ما نَبَضَ لَهُ عِرْقُ عَصَبِيَّةٍ (tropical:) [No party-spirit, or zeal in the cause of his party, became roused, or excited, in him;] he did not aid his people, or party, against oppression; was not angry, or zealous, for them, and did not defend them. (A, TA.)―
And ↓نَبَضَ نَابِضُهُ (tropical:) His anger became roused, or excited. (A, TA.)―
[Hence also,] نَبَضَتِ الأَمْعَآءُ, aor. as above, (in the L, written نَبُضَ, but this is doubtless a mistake,] (assumed tropical:) The bowels became in a state of commotion. (TA.)―
And نَبَضَ البَرْقُ (assumed tropical:) The lightning flashed lightly, or slightly, (Ḳ, TA,) like the نَبْض of a vein or an artery. (TA.)
See also 4.