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1. (هيج ⇒ هاج)
هَاجَ, aor. يَهِيجُ, inf. n. هَيْجٌ and هَيَجَانٌ [the most common form]; and هِيَاجٌ; andاهتاج↓, andتهيّج↓; It (a thing, Ṣ) became raised, roused, excited, stirred up, or provoked; syn. ثَارَ: (Ṣ, L, Ḳ:) it became so by reason of distress, or difficulty; or of harm, or injury: you say هَاجَ بِهِ الدَّمُ, inf. n. هَيْجٌ and هَيَجَانٌ, The blood became roused, or stirred up, in him: (A, L:) and in like manner, المِرَّةُ the gall, or bile: and الغُبَارُ the dust. (A.) See also هَائِجٌ.
هَاجَ, inf. n. هِيَاجٌ and هُيُوجٌ and هَيَجَانٌ; andاهتاج↓; ‡ He (a stallion-camel) became excited by lust; initum appetivit; brayed, and became excited by lust. When this is the case, he becomes lean, and his price is lessened. (L.)
هَاجَتْ عَيْنُهُ, (Ṣ, art. مرح; and L, art. رمد; &c.) inf. n. هَيَجَانٌ, (Ḳ, art. رمد; &c.) His eye became inflamed; painful and swollen; affected with ophthalmia; (L, art. رمد;) i. q. رَمِدَ. (Ṣ, art. رمد; and L, Ḳ,* in the same art.)
هَاجٌ به فَهَجَاهُ ‡ [He became excited against him, or attacked him, and satirized him]. (A.)
هَاجَ الهِجَآءُ بَيْنَهُمَا ‡ [Satire was excited between them two]. (A.)
هَاجَتِ الحَرْبُ (inf. n. هَيْجٌ, Mṣb) ‡ War became excited, or raised. (A, Mṣb.)
هَاجَ الشَّرُّ بَيْنَهُمْ ‡ Evil become excited among them. (A.)
هَاجَ, inf. n. هَيْجٌ, He, or it, was in a state of commotion. (L.)
هَاجَتِ السَّمَآءُ فَمُطِرْنَا The sky became cloudy and windy, and we were rained upon. (TA.)
هَاجَ; (Ṣ, Ḳ;) [followed by an accus., and also by ب;] andهيّج↓, inf. n. تَهْيِيجٌ, [the most common form;] andهَايَجَ↓; (Ṣ;) He, or it, raised, roused, excited, stirred up, or provoked, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) a thing; (Ṣ;) syn. أَثَارَ. (Ḳ.) Thus the first of these verbs is trans. as well as intrans. (Ṣ.) All have the same meaning: (Ṣ:) or the second has an intensive signification. (Mṣb.)
هَاجَ الغُبَارَ, andهيّجهُ↓, [which is more common,] He raised the dust. (TA.)
هيّج↓ الشَّرَّ ‡ He excited evil among a people. (A)
هَيَّجْتُ↓ النَّاقَةَ فَٱنْبَعَثَتْ I roused the she-camel, and she became roused. (A.)
هِجْتُهُ فَهَاجَ I roused him, and he became roused. (TA.)
هَاجَتْ لَهُ الدَّارُ الشَّوْقَ The dwelling excited his longing desire. (A.)
هَاجَ He, or it, disquieted, and scared, a person. (L.)
هَاج الإِبَلَ, inf. n. هَيْجٌ, He put the camels in motion, by night, towards the watering-place and pasture. (L.)
هَاجَتِ الإِبِلُ The camels thirsted. (Ḳ.)
هَاجَ, (inf. n. هِيَاجٌ, Ṣ, and هَيْجٌ, TA,) ‡ It (a plant, or herbage,) dried up: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) [it withered:] it (a leguminous plant) became yellow: (Mṣb:) or dried up and became yellow: and became tall. (L.)
هَاجَتِ الأَرْضُ, inf. n. هِيَاجٌ and هَيْجٌ and هَيَجَانٌ, ‡ The plants, or herbage, or leguminous plants, of the land dried up. (L.)
هايجهُ, (TḲ,) inf. n. هِيَاجٌ, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) He fought with him; engaged in a conflict, or combat, with him. (TḲ.)
يَوْمُ الهِيَاجِ The day of fight, conflict or combat. (Ṣ, Ḳ.*)
4. (اهيج ⇒ اهاج)
أَهَاجَتِ الرِّيحُ النَّبْثَ ‡ The wind dried up, or caused to dry up, the plants, or herbage: (Ṣ, Ḳ *:) and [so] هَيَّجَتْهُ↓. (O, Ḳ in art. صوع.)
أَهْيَجْنَا الأَرْضَ ‡ We found the land to have its plants or herbage, dried up. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)
تَهَايَجُوا † They leaped, or sprung up, together, to fight, one against another. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)
8. (اهتيج ⇒ اهتاج)
هِجْ: see هِيج.
هَيْجٌ Civil war; or conflict and faction; or discord, or dissension; syn. فِتْنَةٌ. (L.) See هَيْجَآءُ.
Excitement of the blood: or, of coitus: or, of longing desire. (L.)
يَوْمُ هَيْجٍ A day of wind: or, of clouds, or mist, and rain. (Ḳ, TA: [but accord. to some copies of the Ḳ, instead of “and rain,” “or, of rain.”])
هَاجَ لَهُ هَيْجٌ حَسَنٌ, said with respect to a cloud, or body of clouds, when first rising; (Aṣ;) [meaning, It hath had a good rising, or hath risen well, so as to present, at its first rising, a good, or promising, appearance: an expression like لَهُ نَشْءٌ حَسَنٌ, q. v., art. نشأ].
هَيْجٌ, † Yellowness: [app. in a plant]: (L:) or a state of drying up. (IAạr, L.) See هَائِجٌ.
هَاجَةٌ A ewe that does not desire the ram: as though deprived of excitement. (M.)
هَاجَةٌ A female frog. (L, Ḳ.) See an ex. in a verse cited voce صُبَارَةٌ.
An ostrich. (L.) Pl. of both, هَاجَاتٌ. (L. Ḳ.) Dim. هُوَيْجَةٌ and هُيَيْجَةٌ. (L.)
هَيْجَى: see هَيْجَآءُ.
هَيْجَآءُ andهَيْجَى↓ (Ṣ, L, Ḳ) andهَيْجٌ↓ andهِيَاجٌ↓ (L) the third [as also the fourth] originally an inf. n., (Mṣb,) War. (Ṣ, L, Ḳ.)
هَيِّجٌ: see هَائِجٌ.
شَيْءٌ هَيُوجٌ, andمِهْيَاجٌ↓, A thing, or person, that raises, rouses, excites, stirs up, or provokes, much: each of these epithets having a trans. signification. The former is also used as a fem. epithet. (L.)
هَائِجٌ ‡ Anger; an ebullition of anger, rage, or passion; syn. فَوْرَةٌ. (Ṣ, Ḳ.) Ex. هَاجَ هَائِجُهُ ‡ His anger became roused, or excited; (Ṣ;) became violent; (TA;) he became inflamed with anger. (A.) And هَدَأ هَائِجُهُ ‡ The ebullition of his anger, rage, or passion, became appeased. (Ṣ.)
هَائِجٌ (Ṣ, Ḳ) andهَيِّجٌ↓ (TA) ‡ A stallion excited by lust; initum appetens. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)
أَرْضٌ هَائِجَةٌ ‡ Land of which the leguminous plants have dried up, or become yellow: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) or, as in some lexicons, [and as in one copy of the Ṣ in my hands,] and become yellow: (TA:) or, of which the leguminous plants have dried up. (TA.) بَقْلٌ هَائِجٌ, andهِيْجٌ↓, ‡ Leguminous plants dried up, or drying up, [and yellow]. (L.)
مِهْيَاجٌ A she-camel that is excited by desire for its accustomed place, and hastens thither. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)
مِهْيَاجٌ A camel that thirsts before [other] camels. (Ḳ.)