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هَلْثَى An assembly, a company, or congregated body, of men. (IAạr.) [Or perhaps it is هَلْثًى.]
Also, andهَلْثَآءٌ↓ [or perhaps هَلْثَآءُ] andهِلْثَآءٌ↓ andهَلْثَآءَةٌ↓ andهِلْثَآءَةٌ↓ andهُلْثَةٌ↓ An assembly, a company, or a congregated body, (composed of a great number of men, TA,) whose voices are raised high. (Ḳ.) [That هِلْثَاء is with tenween is expressly shown by Fr.: but whether هَلْثَاء is so is doubtful.]
Also هِلْثَأَةٌ↓, with the second syll. short, An assembly, or a company, more in number than what is called وَضْمَة. (Th.)
جَاءَتْ هِلْثَأَةٌ↓ مِنْ كُلِّ وَجْهٍ There came parties from every direction. (Th.)
هُلْثَةٌ: see هَلْثَى.
هِلْثَآءٌ: see هَلْثَى.
هلثاءٌ [app. هَلْثَاءٌ], coll. gen. n., n. un. with ة, A kind of palm-tree, slender below, and thick at the head; the unripe dates of which are of a reddening yellow, disagreeable in taste; and its fresh ripe dates of the best, or sweetest, kind. (Aboo-Ḥátim, in Mṣb.)
هُلَاثٌ andهَلْثَاءَةٌ↓ andهِلْثَاءَةٌ↓ Flaccidness, or languor, (إِسْتِرَخْاء,) that comes upon a man. (Ḳ.)
هَلَائِثُ People of the lower, or lowest, class. (TA.)
هُوَ مِنْ هَلَائِثِهِمْ, mentioned, but not explained, by IAạr: thought by ISd to signify He is of the dregs of them: or, of their assembly, or company. (TA.)