بهر بهرج بهظ
Q. 1. ⇒ بهرج
بُهْرِجَ, in the pass. form, (Ḳṭ, Mṣb,) inf. n. بَهْرَجَةٌ, (Ḳ,) † It (a thing) was taken otherwise than by, or in, the right way: (Mṣb:) or ‡ it was turned away, or conveyed by turning away, (Ḳṭ, Ḳ, TA,) from the beaten way or road, (Ḳṭ, TA,) or from the direct, or right, main road. (Ḳ, TA.) And بَهْرَجَ بِهِمْ ‡ It (the road, A) lead them otherwise than in the beaten track. (T, A, TA.) [See بَهْرَجٌ, from which the verb is derived.]
‡ It (a man's blood) was made to be of no account, to go for nothing, unretaliated, or uncompensated by a mulct; was made allowable to be taken or shed. (Mgh.) And بَهْرَجَ دَمَهُ ‡ He made his blood to be of no account,, &c. (TA.)
Hence, (TA,) أَمَا إِذْ بَهْرَجْتَنِى فَلَا أَشْرَبُهَا أَبَدًا (Ḳ,* TA) ‡ Verily, since thou hast made me [meaning my offence] to pass unnoticed, or hast taken no account of me, (هَدَرْتَنِى,) by annulling in respect of me the prescribed castigation, (Ḳ, TA,) I will not drink it (i. e. wine) henceforth: (TA:) said by Aboo-Mihjen (Ḳ, TA) Eth-Tha- kafee, (TA,) to Ibn-Abee-Wakkás. (TA.)
You say also, بَهْرَجَ المَكَانِ † He made the place free to the people in general to pasture their beasts in it. (IAạr, L.)
Q. 2. ⇒ تبهرج
تَبَهْرَجَ It (a place) became, or was made, free to the people in general to pasture their beasts in it. (IAạr, L.)
بَهْرَجٌ an arabicized word, (T, Ṣ, Mgh, L, TA,) from نَبَهْرَهْ, (T, Mgh, L, TA,) which is Persian; (L, TA;) or, as some say, it is an Indian word, originally نَبَهْلَهْ, meaning Bad, whence the Persian نَبَهْرَهْ, and hence the arabicized بَهْرَجٌ; (TA;) applied to a dirhem, as meaning bad; (Kr, Ṣ;) false; (Ṣ, El-Marzookee;) adulterated; (Shifá el-Ghaleel, El-Marzookee;) of bad silver; (A, Mgh, L, Mṣb;) with which one cannot buy: (IAạr, TA:) or, as some say, in which the silver is predominant: or, accord. to IAạr, of which the die has been falsified: (Mgh:) or not coined in the government-mint: (Lb, TA:) andمُبْهَرَجٌ↓ signifies the same, applied to a dirhem; (Lḥ, A, Mgh;) and soنَبَهْرَجٌ↓; (Lḥ, El-Marzookee;) but [Mṭr says,] I have not found it with ن, except on the authority of Lḥ (Mgh;) and IKh says that it is a word of the vulgar: (TA:) the pl. [of بهرج] is بَهَارِجُ, and [of نبهرج,] نَبَهْرَجَاتُ. (TA.)
Hence, metaphorically, (Mgh,) ‡ Bad; (Ṣ, A, Mgh, L, Mṣb, Ḳ;) and false, or of no account; (Ṣ, A, Mgh, Ḳ;) applied to a thing (Ṣ, A, Mgh, L, Mṣb) of any kind: (A, Mgh, L:) anything rejected; not received or accepted; rejected as wrong or bad; as alsoنَبَهْرَجٌ↓: (TA:) and a thing is termed مُبَهْرَجٌ↓ when it is as though it were cast away, and not an object of emulous desire or envy, or not in request. (El-Marzookee, TA.) You say, كَلَامٌ بَهْرَجٌ ‡ Bad language. (A, L.) And عَمَلٌ بَهْرَجٌ ‡ A bad action. (A, L.)
† Allowed or allowable [to any person, to be taken or let alone, or to be possessed or made use of or done]; made allowable, free, or lawful. (Ḳ.) You say, دَمٌ بَهْرَجٌ ‡ Blood made to be of no account, to go for nothing, unretaliated, or uncompensated by a mulct; allowed to be taken or shed; (A, L;) as alsoمُبَهْرَجٌ↓. (Ḳ.) And مَكَانٌ بَهْرَجٌ † A place free to the people in general to pasture their beasts in it. (IAạr, L.) Andمَآءٌ مُبَهْرَجٌ↓ † A water left free to those who come to water at it. (A, Ḳ,* TA.)
مُبَهْرَجٌ: see بَهْرَجٌ, in four places.
نَبَهْرَجٌ: see بَهْرَجٌ, in two places.