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1هَوِجَ

, aor. هَوَجَ, inf. n. هَوَجٌ; (L;) and تهوّج; (A, TA;) He (a man) was characterized by what is termed هَوَجٌ, (L, A,) which is similar to هَوَكٌ; (L;) i. e., stupidity, foolishness, or paucity of sense: (JK, L:) tallness, combined with hastiness, and stupidity or foolishness or paucity of sense: (Ṣ:) or tallness, with stupidity or foolishness or paucity of sense and levity or fickleness or unsteadiness, and hastiness: (Ḳ:) or tallness, with levity or fickleness or unsteadiness, and hastiness: (TA:) or tallness, (A,) or excessive tallness, (L,) with stupidity or foolishness or paucity of sense. (L.)

4اهوجهُ

He found him to be such a man as is termed أَهْوَجُ. (L.)

هَوَجٌ

: see 1.
فى فُلَانٍ عَوَجٌ, and هَوَجٌ, are syn., [meaning In such a one is a deviation from rectitude]. (AA, L.)

هَاجَةٌ

a dial. form of حَاجَةٌ; but of weak authority. (L, from a trad.)

أَهْوَجُ

A man characterized by what is termed هَوَجٌ; (Ṣ, L, &c.;) stupid, foolish, or having little sense: (JK, L:) or tall, with hastiness, and stupidity or foolishness or paucity of sense, &c.: (Ṣ, &c.:) fem. هَوْجَآءُ: (A:) [pl. هُوجٌ.]
أَهْوَجُ الطُّولِ (tropical:) A man exceedingly, or excessively, tall. (A.)
Also أَهْوَجُ (tropical:) A courageous man, who throws himself into a scene of war. (A.)
أَهْوَجُ (tropical:) A he-camel that goes quickly, as though characterized by what is termed هَوَجٌ: fem. هَوْجَآءُ: [pl. هُوجٌ:] or the fem. epithet only is used, applied to a camel; and you say نَاقَةٌ هَوْجَآءُ; (TA;) i. e., a she-camel that goes quickly, &c., as explained above; (Ṣ, Ḳ;) and that does not always care where she puts her feet on the ground. (A.)
رِيحٌ هَوْجَآءُ (tropical:) Any wind that blows violently: (IAạr:) or a wind of which the blasts are closely consecutive, as though characterized by what is termed هَوَجٌ: or a wind that carries away the dust, and makes a trace upon the ground like that made by dragging the skirt: (TA:) or a wind that tears up the tents: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) pl. هُوجٌ. (Ṣ.)