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1وَلَثَتْنَا السَّمَاءُ

, [aor. تَلِثُ,] inf. n. وَلْثٌ, The sky wetted us with a little rain. (TA.)
وَلَثَهُ, aor. يَلِثُ, (Ṣ,) inf. n. وَلْثٌ, (Ṣ, Ḳ,) He beat, struck, or smote, him, (AA, Ṣ, Ḳ,) with a staff, or stick, (AA, Ṣ,) a little: (Aṣ:) or he beat him, or struck him, without wounding him. (Aboo-Murrah El-Kusheyree.)
وَلَثَ لَهُ عَقْدًا He made with him a covenant, compact, or contract, that was unintentional, or not firmly concluded, or settled. (Ṣ.) وَلَثَ لَهُمْ, [aor. يَلِثُ,] inf. n. وَلْثٌ, He gave them, or granted them, somewhat of a covenant, compact, or contract. (TA.)
وَلَثَ, [aor. يَلِثُ?] inf. n. وَلْثٌ, He concluded a covenant, compact, or contract. (TA.)
وَلَثَ لَهُ, aor. يَلِثُ, inf. n. وَلْثٌ, He made to him a weak promise. (TA.)
وَلَثَ فُلَانٌ لَنَا مِنْ أَمْرِنَا, inf. n. وَلْثٌ, Such a one appointed the manner of somewhat of our affair for us; syn. وَجَّهَ. (TA.)
وَلَثَ لِمَمْلُوكِهِ عِتْقًا, [aor. يَلِثُ, inf. n. وَلْثٌ,] He promised his slave manumission after his death, saying, Thou art free after my death. (ISh.)

وَلْثٌ

A little of rain: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) ex. أَصَابَنَا وَلْثٌ مِنْ مَطَرٍ A little rain fell upon us. (Ṣ.)
وَلْثُ السَّحَابِ A little rain. (TA.)
وَلْثٌ A covenant, compact, or contract, between a people, that happens unintentionally, مِنْ غَيْرِ قَصْدٍ: (Ṣ:) or, not firmly concluded, or settled: (Ṣ, Ḳ:) or somewhat, or a little, of a covenant, compact, or contract: ex., in a trad., لَوْ لَا وَلْثٌ لَكَ مِنَ العَهْدِ لَضَرَبْتُ عُنُقَكَ Were it not for somewhat, or a little, of a covenant granted to thee, I had beheaded thee: (TA:) or the remainder [or what remains unfulfilled] of a covenant &c.: (T:) or a covenant &c. firmly concluded, or settled. (TA.)
وَلْثٌ A little of anything that is much in quantity. (IAạr.)
وَلْثٌ What remains, of dough, in a platter. (Ḳ.)
What remains, of water, in a مُشَقَّر. (Ḳ.)
What remains, of the beverage called نَبِيذ, in the vessel. (Ḳ.)
وَلْثٌ A weak promise. (Ḳ [See 1. In the CK, and in a MṢ. copy of the Ḳ, for الوَعْدُ is put الوَغْدُ.])
You also say لَهُمْ وَلْثٌ ضَعِيفٌ, and وَلْثٌ مُحْكَمٌ, [A weak promise has been made to them, and a firm promise]. (TA.)
وَلْثٌ A vestige, or trace, of ophthalmia. (Ḳ.)
لَمْ أَرَ مَنْهُ إِلَّا وَلْثَةً I saw not, of him, or it, aught save a small vestige, or trace. (A.)
وَلْثٌ i. q. تَوْجِيهٌ; i. e., The saying to a slave (مَمْلُوك), Thou art free after my death. (Ḳ.)

وَلْثَةٌ

: see وَلْثٌ.
عِنْدِى وَلْثَةٌ مِنْ خَبَرٍ I have a little news. (TA.)

شَرٌّ وَالِثٌ

A lasting, or constant, evil. (Ḳ.)
دَيْنٌ وَالِثٌ, an expression used by Ru-beh, (TA,) A burdensome debt: (Ḳ:) or a lasting, or constant, debt: (IAạr:) or, as some say, a debt by which one constantly binds himself (يَتَفَلَّدُهُ), as he does by a contract. (L.) As disapproves of the expression. (TA.)