هبو هت هتأ


1هَتَّ

, aor. هَتِ3َ, inf. n. هَتِيتٌ, He (a بَكْر, or young camel,) uttered a sound resembling a squeezing of the voice (شبه العصر للصوت): you say, of a بكر, observes Az, يَهِتُّ, inf. n. as above; then, يَكِشُّ, inf. n. كَشِيشٌ then يَهْدِرُ, inf. n. هَدِيرٌ. (L.)
هَتَّ الهَمْزَةَ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, He uttered the letter hemzeh. (L.) [See مَهْتُوتٌ.]
هت, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, He uttered, recited, or repeated, a speech or the like, with uninterrupted fluency; syn. سَرَدَ (Ṣ, L, Ḳ) and تَابَعَ. (L.)
[Hence] هَتَّتْ غَزْلَهَا, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, She spun her thread one part immediately after another: (TA:) she spun her thread continuously: (Az:) هَتٌّ signifies a woman's spinning thread continuously. (Ḳ.)
هَتَّ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ; and هَتْهَتَ, inf. n. هَتْهَتَةٌ; He broke a thing, (Ḳ,) so that it became reduced to small fragments, or particles: (TA:) he stamped upon a thing vehemently, so that he broke it. (TA.)
هَتَّ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, He rent clothes. (IAạr, Ḳ.)
Also, (assumed tropical:) He rent the reputation of another. (IAạr, Ḳ.)
هَتَّ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, He removed the leaves of a tree [by rubbing or scraping the branches]; syn. حَتَّ; (Ḳ [in the CK, هَتّ, is put for حتّ;]) i. e. he took them. (TA.)
هَتَّ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, He poured out, or forth, [water, &c.] (Ḳ.)
هَتَّ المَزَادَةَ He poured out, or forth, [the contents of] the مزادة. (TA.)
هَتَّ شَيْئًا He poured out, or forth, one part or portion of a thing immediately after another. (TA.)
السَّحَابَةُ تَحُتُّ المَطَرَ The cloud pours forth the rain continuously. (TA.)
هَتَّ, aor. هَتُ3َ, inf. n. هَتٌّ, he lowered (حَطَّ) a person with respect to rank, or dignity, in [the manner of] paying honour [to him]. (IAạr, Ḳ.) [Comp. هبت.]

R. Q. 1هَتْهَتَ

He urged a camel (زَجَرَهُ) on the occasion of drinking, by the cry هَتْ هَتْ. (AHeyth, Ḳ.) See هَتْ, below.
هَتْهَتَ, inf. n. هَتْهَتَةٌ; as also تَهْتَهَ; He twisted, or distorted, his tongue in speaking. (Az.)
Also هتهت; (and هَتَّ, TA, [aor.
هَتِ3َ
?];) He was quick, or rapid, in his speech. (Ḳ.)
See هَتَّ.

هَتْ

, (TA,) or هَتْ هَتْ, (Ḳ,) A cry by which a camel is urged (يُزْجَرُ) on the occasion of drinking. (Ḳ.)
إِذَا وَقَّفْتَ البَعِيرَ عَلَى الرَّدْهَةِ فَلَا تَقُلْ لَهُ هَتْ; or, as some say, فَلَا تُهَتْهِتْ بِهِ; [When thou hast made the camel to stand over the hollow in the rock in which the rain-water has collected, say not to him هَتْ]. A proverb; meaning, accord. to AHeyth, when thou hast shewn a man his right course of conduct, do not urge him. (TA.)
هَتُّ قَوَائِمِ البَعِيرِ The sound of the falling of the camel's feet [upon the ground]. (L.)
تَرَكَهُمْ هَتًّا بَتًّا [He left them routed, or broken asunder, and cut off;] he broke them asunder: or he cut them in pieces. (L.)

هَتِيتٌ

A sound. Occurring in a trad. as signifying a sound made by wine poured out upon the ground. (L.)
هَتِيتٌ and مَهْتُوتٌ A thing broken so as to be reduced to small fragments, or particles: stamped upon vehemently, so as to be broken. (TA.)

هَتَّاتٌ

: see مِهَتٌّ.

رَجُلٌ مِهَتٌّ

, and هَتَّاتٌ, A man quick and voluble in speech; (Ṣ, Ḳ;) incorrectly, and vainly, or frivolously, loquacious; a great babbler. (TA.)

مَهْتُوتٌ

: see هَتِيتٌ.
الهَمْزَةُ صَوْتٌ مَهْتُوتٌ فِى أَقْصَى الحَلْقِ [Hemzeh is a sound uttered (after a suppression of the breath) in the most remote part of the throat]. (Kh, L.) Sb applied the term المَهْتُوتُ to the letter ه, because of its weakness and lowness. (L.)
أَسْرَعُ مِنَ المُهَتْهِتَةِ Quicker than the quick-speaking woman. (IAạr.)