هضب هضم هطل


1هضَمَهُ and اِهْتَضَمَهُ

: see تَخَوَّفَهُ.
هَضَمَ لَهُ مِنْ مَالِهِ: see خَضَمَ.

7اِنْهَضَمَ

It (a thing) melted, or dissolved, after being congealed. (JK.)
اِنْهَضَمَتِ الثَّمَرَةُ, and تَهَضَّمَت, The fruit broke; or became broken, or crushed; syn. تَشَدَّخَتْ; (TA;) and became mellow, so as to be easy of digestion. See also بَوْعٌ
اِنْهَضَمَ, said of food, (MA), It was, or became, digestible, or easy of digestion. (MA, KL.)
اِنْهضَامٌ of the زَوْر [app. Depression]. (Ḳ in art. جنف. [There coupled with دُخُولٌ.]) See also صَقَلٌ.

هَضَمٌ

Contraction of the sides, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) and lankness of the belly, and smallness of the flank: (Ḳ:) in a horse it is a fault. (Ṣ.)

هَضُومٌ

: see هَاضُومٌ.

هَاضُومٌ

Any medicine [or other thing (see حَاطُومٌ)] that is a digestive of food; as also هَضُومٌ; (Ḳ;) i. q. جَوَارِشٌ. (Ṣ.)