يطب يفخ يفع
يَفَخَهُ, (Ḳ,) aor. ـَ, because of the guttural letter, or ـُ, accord. to the common rule observed in the Ḳ, or ـِ, as though it were of the same class as وَعَدَ, (TA,) [the last is probably the most correct form, as يَأْفِخُهُ is the aor. of أَفَخَهُ, of which يَفَخَهُ is a dial. form,] He, or it, hit him, or hurt him, on the part of his head called the يَافُوخ. (Ḳ.)
يَافُوخٌ [The top of the head;] the part where the anterior and posterior bones of the head meet: [see يَأْفُوخٌ, of which it is a dial. form:] pl. يَوَافِيخُ. (TA.) ISd regards this form of pl. as an indication that the ى is a radical letter, and therefore mentions it in this art.; (TA;) [and F says the same in art. أفخ: but see that art.].
مَسَّ بِيَافُوخِهِ السِّمَاكَ † [He touched Spica Virginis, or Arcturus, with the top of his head]. (A.)
وَطِئَ فُلَانٌ يَوَافِيخَ القُرُومِ † Such a one had lordship and eminence given to him. (A.)
صَدَعُوا يَافُوخَ اللَّيْلِ ‡ i. q. أَدْلَجُوا [They journeyed in the night; &c.] (A.) [See also art. أفخ.]
مَيْفُوخٌ Hit, or hurt, on the part of his head called the يَافُوخ. (Ḳ.)