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1وَعِثَ

, aor. وَعَثَ, (inf. n. وَعْثٌ, TA,) and وَعُثَ, aor. وَعُثَ, (inf. n. وُعُوثَةٌ and وَعَاثَةٌ, TA,) It (a road) was difficult to travel, (Ḳ,) and arduous to ascend. (TA.)
وَعِثَ, aor. وَعَثَ, inf. n. وَعْثٌ and وَعَثٌ; and وَعُثَ, aor. وَعُثَ, inf. n. وُعُوثَةٌ; it (a road) was soft, and like what is termed وَعْثٌ. (ISd.)
وَعِثَ It (dust) was fine, and it (land) was soft, and loose, so that the feet of beasts of carriage sank in it. (TA.)
وَعِثَتْ يَدُهُ His hand broke. (Ḳ.)

2وعّث

, inf. n. تَوْعِيثٌ, He withheld, or restrained, and turned, or diverted, [another from a thing]. (Ḳ.) وعّثهُ عَنْ كَذَا He turned him, or diverted him, from such a thing; as also عوّثهُ. (Az.)

4اوعث

He came upon a tract such as is called وَعْثٌ: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) he came upon an even and soft tract: (A:) he walked along a tract such as is called وَعْثٌ. (Mṣb.)
اوعث فِى مَالِهِ He was prodigal of his wealth, (ISk, Ṣ, Ḳ.)
اوعث, inf. n. إِيعَاثٌ, He confounded, or confused. (TA.)

وَعْثٌ

A place that is even and soft, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) such as is termed دَهْسٌ, (Ḳ,) or كَثِيرُ الدَّهَسِ, (Ṣ,) in which the feet sink, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) and upon which it is troublesome to walk: (Ṣ:) or sand in which the feet of camels, &c., sink: (ISd:) and [in like manner] وَعْثَاءُ signifies that in which the hoofs of horses and the like, and the feet of camels, sink, consisting of fine sand, and what is termed دَهَاس, of small pebbles: (Az, from Khálid Ibn-Kulthoom:) or وَعْثٌ signifies whatever is soft and even: (Aṣ:) or sand that is not much in quantity: or a soft place: pl. وُعْثٌ and وُعُوثٌ: and [in like manner] نَقًا مُوَعَّثٌ an extended and gibbous tract of sand, which is soft, and in which the feet sink. (TA.)
Also وَعْثٌ and وَعِثٌ and مُوَعَّثٌ A difficult road. (Ḳ.)
هُوَ يَمْشِى فِى الوَعْثِ, and فِى الوُعُوثِ, He walks along a tract such as is called دَهَاس, (and along tracts of that kind,) in which walking is laborious. (TA.)
وَعْثٌ (tropical:) A bone broken, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) and chipped, or notched. (Ṣ.)
وَعْثٌ Leanness: (Ḳ:) soft leanness. (TA.)
وَعْثٌ A corrupt and confused state of an affair: pl. وُعُوثٌ. (L.)
وَعْثٌ (tropical:) Anything inconvenient, troublesome, difficult, or toilsome. (Mṣb.)
إِمْرَأَةٌ وَعْثَةٌ A woman who is fat, (Ḳ,) or fleshy; (Ṣ;) as though the fingers would sink into her, by reason of her softness and fleshiness. (TA.) امراة وَعْثَهُ الأَرْدَافِ (tropical:) A woman having soft buttocks. (ISd.) Ru-beh says,
* تُمِيلُهَا أَعْجَازُهَا الأَوَاعِثُ *
[Her soft buttocks make her to bend]. Here اواعث may be pl. of وَعْثٌ, contr. to analogy; or it may be pl. of أَوْعُثٌ, which may be pl. of وَعْثٌ. (ISd.) وَعْثَاءُ also signifies the same as وَعْثٌ. (ISd.)
[For the prov.]
* عَلَى مَا خُيِّلَتْ وَعْثُ القَصِيمِ *
(TA,) [see 2, in art. خيل.]

وَعِثٌ

: see وَعْثٌ.

وُعُوثٌ

Adversity; difficulty; distress; affliction; evil. (TA.)
See وَعْثٌ.

وَعْثَاءُ

(tropical:) Inconvenience, trouble, difficulty, or toil, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) of travel: (Ṣ:) or severity of trouble, difficulty, or toil, thereof. (A'Obeyd.)
Also the like with respect to crimes, sins, or the like: you say, رَكِبَ الوَعْثَاءَ meaning (tropical:) He committed a crime, sin, fault, or act of disobedience. (A'Obeyd.)
See وَعْثٌ.

مُوْعُوثٌ

A man deficient in rank or quality, nobility, or eminence, reputation or note or consideration, or what is termed حَسَب. (Ṣ, Ḳ.)

مُوَعَّثٌ

: see وَعْثٌ.