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نَفَقَتِ السُّوقُ The marked became brisk, its goods selling much; syn. قَامَت. (Ḳ.)
نَفَقَ It was, or became, saleable; easy, or ready, of sale; or in much demand: see its syn. رَاجَ.
نَفَقَتْ It (a commodity, سِلْعَة,) was in much demand: and she (a woman) was demanded in marriage by many. (Mṣb.)
نَفِقَتِ الدَّراَهِمُ, inf. n. نَفَقٌ, The dirhems passed away, came to an end, or became spent or exhausted; syn. نَفِدَت. (Mṣb.)
نَافَقَ He played the hypocrite in religion: (Ḳ, TA:) he pretended, to the Muslims, that he held the religion of El-Islám, concealing in his heart another religion than El-Islám. (Mṣb.) And نَافَقَ فُلاَنًا He acted with such a one hypocritically. (TḲ in art. دهن. [But I have not found this elsewhere.]) And نَافَقَ فِى المَحَبَّةِ [He acted the hypocrite in respect of love]. (Ḥar, p. 505.) See خَانَ.
أَنْفَقَ He expended money: and he (God or a man) dispensed gifts.
تَنَفَّفَتِ الجَزُورُ [The slaughtered camel became dealt out, or dispensed]. (Ṣ, Ḳ in art. شيط.)
تَنَفَّقَ: see Ḥar, p. 472.
تَنَفَّقَ It (a wound) cracked in its sides, and made, in the flesh, what resembled أَنْفَاق↓, i. e. holes in the ground, or subterranean excavations or habitations, pl. of نَفَقٌ. (TA in art. دسم.)
نَفَقٌ: see سَرَبٌ
نَفَقَةٌ What one expends, of money and the like, (Ḳ, TA,) upon himself and upon his family or household. (TA.)
نَيْفَقٌ The part of a pair of drawers, or trousers, which is turned down at the top, and sewed, and through which the waistband, or string, passes. See نُقْبَة.