طهو طوب طوح
طُوبٌ / طُوبَةٌ
طُوبٌ Baked bricks; syn. آجُرٌّ: (Ṣ, O, Mṣb, Ḳ:) n. un. with ة
أَوْبَةً وَطَوْبَةً, [the latter word] meaning الطِّيبَ, [and both together A return and perfume,] is a phrase which one says to the person entering and to him coming [as though he who said this meant I experience a return that is to me like perfume]. (O.)
طُوبَى: see art. طيب.
[طَوَّابٌ A baker of bricks: from طُوبٌ: mentioned by Golius, in art. طيب, as occurring in the Hist. Sar.: and it is used in this sense in the present day.]