It (an army) was routed, discomfited, defeated, or put to flight. (Ḳ, &c.) See حَاصَ, in art. حيص; and اِنْحَازَ, in art. حوز; from both of which it is distinguished.
The [purring, or] sound of the throat of a cat. (TA.)
The pit between the two collar-bones. (TA, art. ترب.)
[The pit above a horse's eye.] (Ḳ, voce وَقْبٌ.) See also خُنْعُبَةٌ, and قَلْتَةٌ: and see عُقْمٌ, where it seems to mean a stricture: it generally and properly signifies a depression, or dint: or a pit, or small hollow, resembling a dint: see also غَيْبٌ.
Depressed of breast, i. e., apparently, illiberal, niggardly: see حَوْضٌ.