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1وَرِثَ

, aor. يَرِثُ, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) an instance of deviation from a constant rule, there being only the following verbs of the measure فَعِلَ which have the aorists of the measure يَفْعِلُ only, namely, وَثِقَ, وَرِثَ, وَرِعَ, وَرِمَ, وَرِىَ, وَفِقَ, وَلِىَ, and وَمِقَ, (Ibn-Málik and others,) and وَصِبَ: (TA, art. وَصب:) the و falls out in يَرِثُ [&c.] because it occurs between ى and kesreh; and in those persons of the aor. which begin with ا and ت and ن because these letters are changed from ى, which is the original: (Ṣ:) inf. n. وِرْثٌ and إِرْثٌ, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) in which the و is changed into أ, (Ṣ,) and رِثَةٌ, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) in which the ة is a substitute for the [elided] و, (Ṣ,) and وِرَاثَةٌ (Ṣ, Ḳ,) [the most common form] and إِرَاثَةٌ, (TA,) and accord. to some مِيرَاثٌ, but this is an error, for مِفْعَالٌ is not one of the measure of inf. ns., (ISd,) [but it is used by some of the professors of practical law as an inf. n.,] and تُراثٌ: (Mṣb [but see وِرْثٌ below]:) He inherited. (Ṣ, Ḳ, &c.) You say وَرِثَ أَبَاهُ He inherited [the property of] his father: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) but the original phrase is وَرِثَ مَالَ أَبِيهِ He inherited the property of his father. (Mṣb.) Also وَرِثَ مِنْ أَبِيهِ (and عَنْهُ, A,) He inherited of his father: (Ḳ:) or he inherited part of the property of his father. (Mṣb.) And وَرِثَ الشَّىْءَ مِنْ أَبِيهِ He inherited the thing of, or from, his father. (Ṣ.) When you say وَرِثَ زَيْدٌ أَبَاهُ مَالًا [Zeyd inherited of his father property], the word مالا is a second objective complement, if the verb be doubly trans.; or it is a substitute of implication (بَدَلُ ٱشْتِمَالٍ) for زيد. (MF.) You say وَرِثْتُهُ مَالَهُ, and مَجْدَهُ, I inherited his property, and, (tropical:) his glory: and وَرِثْتُهُ عَنْهُ I inherited it from him. (TA.)

2ورثّهُ

, inf. n. تَوْرِيثٌ, He included him among the heirs of his property: (Ṣ:) or made him to be one of his heirs: (TA:) [see also 4:] or ورثّهُ مَالًا he included him among his heirs, he not being one of them, and assigned him a portion: (AZ, Mṣb:) [in like manner,] ورّث فِى مَالِهِ he included among his heirs of his property one or more not of them. (TA.)
وَرَّثْتُ فُلَانًا مِنْ فُلَانٍ I made such a one to be the heir of such a one. (TA.) See 4.
ورّث He stirred a fire, in order that it might burn up, or blaze: (Ḳ:) a dial. form of أَرَّثَ, q. v. (TA.)

4اورثهُ الشَّىْءَ

He (his father) made him to inherit the thing. (Ṣ.)
اورثهُ إِيرَاثًا حَسَنًا He made him to have a goodly inheritance. (TA.) اورثهُ الإِرْثَ, and المِيرَاثَ, and إِيَّاهْ ورّثهُ, He made him to inherit the heritage. (A.)
اورثهُ and ورثّهُ He (his father) made him to be one of his heirs. (Ḳ.) [See also 2.]
اورث وَلَدَهُ He made his son sole heir. (AZ.)
اورثهُ شَيْئًا (tropical:) It occasioned him, as its result, a thing. Ex. اورثه المَرَضُ ضَعْفًا (tropical:) The disease occasioned him, as its result, weakness. (TA.)

6تَوَارَثوُهُ كَابِرًا عَنْ كَابِرٍ

(tropical:) [They inherited it by degrees, one great in dignity and nobility from another great in dignity and nobility]. (Ṣ.) [See art. كبر.]
تَوَارَثَنِى الحَوَادِثُ (Bedr Ibn-'Ámir El-Hudhalee) (tropical:) Misfortune took me by turns, as though they inherited me, one from another. (TA.)

وَرْثٌ

(tropical:) What is fresh, juicy, or moist, of things. (Ḳ.)

وِرْثٌ

and إِرْثٌ [see 1] and تُرَاثٌ (in which the ت is originally و, Ṣ,) and مِيرَاثٌ (originally مِوْرَاثٌ, the و being changed to ى because of the kesreh immediately preceding it, Ṣ.) What is inherited; an inheritance, or a heritage: or, accord. to some, ورث and ميراث are used with reference to property, or wealth; and ارث with reference to rank or quality, nobility or eminence, reputation, or the like, in Arabic, حَسَب: (M:) [the pl. of ميراث is مَوَارِيثُ.] [See also art. أرِث.]
أُثْبُتُواعَلَى مَشَاعِرِكُمْ هٰذِهِ فَإِنَّكُمْ عَلَى إِرْثٍ مِنْ إِرْثِ إِبْرٰهِيمَ (tropical:) Remain ye steadfast in the observance of these your rites, or ceremonies; for ye act [therein] according to usage inherited from Abraham. (TA, [app. from A'Obeyd].) [See also إِرْثٌ in art أرث.]
لَهُمْ إِرْثُ مَجْدٍ (tropical:) They have an inheritance of glory. (TA.)

وَرْثَةٌ

Fire. (L.)

وَارِثٌ

An heir: pl. وُرَّاث and وَرَثَةٌ. (Mṣb.)
It is said in a prayer (of Moḥammad, TA) أَللّٰهُمَّ أَمْتِعْنِى بِسَمْعِى وَبَصَرِى وَٱجْعَلْهُ الوَارِثَ منِّى [O God, cause me to enjoy my hearing and my sight, and make it (i. e. the enjoyment that I pray for, TA) survive me: or,] make it to continue with me until I die. (Ḳ.) Or, accord. to another relation, which substitutes وَٱجْعَلْهُمَا for واجعله, make them both to continue with me, sound, until I die. Or, as some say, what is meant is the continuance and strength of those two faculties in old age, so that they may survive all the other powers: so says ISh. Some say, that by سَمْع is meant the remembering of what is heard, and the acting according thereto; and by بَصَر, the being admonished by what is seen, and the light of the heart, whereby one escapes from perplexity and darkness to the right course. (TA.)
الوَارِثُ (as an epithet applied to God, TA.) He who remains after the creatures have perished. (Ḳ.) He remains after everything beside Him has perished; and thus, what was the property of mankind, his servants, returns to Him. (TA.)

إِرْثٌ

: see وِرْثٌ, and 1.

مِيرَاثٌ

: see وِرْثٌ, and 1.

تُرَاثٌ

: see وِرْثٌ, and 1.

مَوْرُوثٌ

Property inherited. (Mṣb.)

المَجْدُ مُتَوَارَثٌ بَيْنَهُمْ

(tropical:) Glory is inherited among them. (A.)