نوف نوق نول
نَوَّقَ [He broke, or trained, a camel]. (TA, voce مُصْعَبٌ.)
تَنَّيَقَ فِى مَطْعَمِهِ وَمَلْبَسِهِ, and نَنَوَّقَ, He was nice and luxurious (تَجَوَّدَ وَبَالَغَ) in his diet and his apparel. (JK, Ḳ.) Better explained voce تَأَنَّقَ.
نِيقٌ quasi-inf. n. of أَنَاقَ.
نَاقَةُ الحَذَّآءِ: see رِحَالَةٌ.
أَيْنُقَاتٌ pl. of أَيْنُقٌ pl. of نَاقَةٌ: see a verse cited voce مُسْهَمٌ.
نِيقَةٌ a subst. from تَوَّقَ (IJ, Ṣ, Ḳ) as syn. with تَأَنَّقَ (Ṣ) [and therefore signifying Daintiness, nicety, exquisiteness, refinement, or scrupulous nicety and exactness; and the exceeding of what is usual in a thing: or the choosing what is excellent, or best, to be done, and doing admirably: or the doing firmly, solidly, soundly, or thoroughly, and skilfully: or] the exceeding what is usual in a thing, and making it good, or beautiful, and firm, solid, sound, or free from defect or imperfection. (Ḥam, p. 625) See تَأَنَّقَ.