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1نَرَجَ

He thrashed wheat, or corn, with a نَوْرَج. (TA.)

نَوْرَجٌ

(L, Ḳ) and نَيْرَجٌ and نُورَجٌ, the last of the dial. of El-Yemen, and a word of which there is not the like in Arabic, (L,) A thrashinginstrument, or that with which heaps of wheat, or corn, are thrashed, whether of wood or of iron; (L, Ḳ;) or, of iron and wood; (Sifr es-Sa'ádeh;) [a kind of drag, used, in Egypt and Arabia and some other countries of Western Asia, for the purpose of separating the grain of wheat and barley &c. and cutting the straw, which serves as fodder; it is a machine in the form of a chair fixed upon a sledge, which moves upon small iron wheels, or thin circular plates, generally eleven, fixed to three thick axle-trees, four to the foremost, the same number to the hindmost, and three to the intermediate axle-tree: this machine is drawn, in a circle, by a pair of cows or bulls, their driver being seated upon it, over the corn: pl. [of the first and last words] نَوَارِجُ. (TA.)
Also, the first and second, A ploughshare. (Ḳ.)

نُورَجٌ

and نَيْرَجٌ: see نَوْرَجٌ

نَارَنْجٌ

A well-known fruit; [the orange; citrus aurantium; of which there are two species common in the gardens of the East, one sweet, and the other bitter:] and arabicized word, from [the Persian] نَارَنْكْ [also called نَارِنْج]. (Ḳ.)