هيل هيم هين


2هَيَّمَهُ

: see هُيُومٌ.

هَيَامٌ

: see an ex. in a verse of Lebeed, voce أَصْلٌ.

هُيَامٌ

: see هُبٌّ.

هُيُومٌ

[The being bewildered, or distracted, by amorous desire;] the pursuing a heedless, or an inconsiderate course, or going at random, heedlessly, or without consideration, or certain aim, by reason of amorous desire: and تَهْيَامٌ the [being so, or] doing so, much. (TA.) You say, of love [or amorous desire], هَيَّمَهُ, inf. n. تَهْيِيمٌ. (TA.)
An affection like insanity arising from amorous desire: (JK:) bewilderment, or distraction, by amorous desire. (KL.)

هَيْمَانُ

A man loving intensely, or very passionately or fondly: (TA:) and so applied to a heart: see شَنِقٌ.
هَيْمَانُ A thirsty camel: fem. هَيْمَى: pl. هِيمٌ. (Jel, lvi. 55.)

مَهْيُومٌ

: see voce قَتَّ.