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2نَقَّاهُ

He cleansed it; cleared it; picked it; purified it; removing from it what was bad. (Mṣb, &c.)

10اِسْتَنْقَى

He took extraordinary pains, or the utmost pains, in cleansing his body. (Mgh.) You say also, اِسْتَنْقَى الذَّكَرَ مِنَ البَوْلِ (Ḳ, art. برأ,) [He took extraordinary pains in cleansing the ذَكَر from urine: or] he cleansed the ذكر entirely from urine; syn. اِسْتَنْظَفَهُ. (TA in that art.)
اِسْتِنْقَاءٌ: see voce اِسْتَبْرَأَ.

نِقْىٌ

The pith of canes, or reeds: see ذِهْنٌ.
Somewhat of fat in a camel. (TA in art. طعم.)
And Marrow; i. q. مُخٌّ. (TA voce صُهَارَةٌ.)

بَنَاتُ النَّقَى

, or النَّقَا, The حُلَكَة [or حُلْكَة]; to which the fingers (بَنَان) of virgins are likened: (T in art. بنى:) a certain small reptile, that dwells in sand, resembling a fish, smooth, and having a mixture of whiteness and redness; called also شَحْمَةُ النَّقَا. (TA.) See حُلَكَةٌ and شَحْمٌ.
نَقًا or نَقًى An extended gibbous piece of sand. (Ṣ, * Mṣb, * Ḳ.)

نُقَايَةٌ

The extract, or refuse, of a thing: see عُصَارَةٌ.

مُنْقٍ

, said of a sheep, Becoming a little fat: see سَاحٌّ.
A sieve, syn. غِرْبَالٌ. (TA, art. دوس.)

مُنَقِّيَةٌ

A woman who trims the split palmstalks in mat-making: see شَطَبَ and شَاطِبَةٌ.