نفل نفى نقب
نَفَاهُ He drove away, expelled, or banished, him, or it. (T, in TT.)
هٰذَا يُنَافِىهٰذَا This precludes the co-existence of this therewith; is inconsistent, or incompatible, with this.
تَنَافَيَا They two were incompatible.
اِنْتَفَى It was negative: contr. of ثَبَتَ and and وَجَبَ. (IbrD.)
اِنْتَفَى مِنْ شَىْءٍ He denied a thing; meaning an accusation or the like: syn. تَنَضَّحَ.
نُفَايَةٌ Refuse; i. e. what one rejects, of a thing, because of its badness: (Ṣ:) or refuse little in quantity: (T:) or the remains, and bad portion, of a thing: (M, Ḳ:) or, accord. to IAạr, what is bad of wheat or food. (M.)
فِعْلٌ مَنْفِىٌّ A verb rendered negative by its being preceded by مَا or the like; contr. of مُثْبَتٌ and مُوجَبٌ.
كَلاَمٌ مَنْفِىٌّ A denied sentence; contr. of مُثْبَتٌ and مُوجَبٌ; virtually the same as كَلاَمٌ نَافٍ a denying, or negative, sentence.