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1نَجَا

Alvum dejecit; (Mṣb, TA;) ventumve per anum emisit: (TA:) he voided his ordure; or broke wind.
نَجَا, inf. n. نَجَآءٌ, He was quick, or swift, and outstripped. (Ṣ.) See an ex. of the inf. n., voce غولٌ.
نَجَا He became safe, or secure; he escaped. (Mṣb, &c.)

4أَنْجَاهُ

and نَجَّاهُ He saved, him; rescued him; preserved him. (Ḳ.)

10اِسْتَنْجَى

He washed, or wiped with a stone or a piece of dry clay, the place [of exit] of his excrement. (Mṣb.)
اِسْتَنْجَوْا: see 8 in art. سعر.

نَجْوٌ

and نَجَآءٌ A shower of rain.
See شُوْبُوبٌ and 1.
نجاء A well of which the water is distant [from the mouth]. (O, TA, voce قَرَبٌ.)

نَجْوَةٌ

An elevated piece of land. (Mṣb.)

نَجِىٌّ

: see نَجْوَى.
عُرْيَانُ النَّجِىِّ: see art. عرى.

نَجْوَى

Secret discourse between two persons or parties. (TA.)
A secret between two persons or parties; as also نَجِىٌّ. (Ḳ, TA.)
A person, or persons, discoursing secretly, or telling secrets one with another. (TA.)

مَنْجَاةٌ

[A cause, or means, of safety: of the measure مَفْعَلَةٌ, originally مَنْجَوَةٌ; similar to مَفْلَحَةٌ, &c.]. (Ṣ.)

نَجَيْتُ

a dial. var. of نَجَوْتُ: see دَوْكَةٌ.