هل هلب هلبث
1. ⇒ هلب
هَلِبَ, aor. ـَ
هَلَبَ ذَنَبَ الفَرَسِ, and هَلَبَ الفَرَسَ, aor. ـُ
هُلِبَ It (a tail) was entirely cut off. (TA.)
هَلَبَهُمْ بِلِسَانِهِ, aor. ـِ
هَلَبَ, aor. ـُ
هَلَبَتِ السَّمَاءُ القَوْمَ The sky wetted the people with dew (نَدًى): or, with continual rain. (Ḳ.) هَلَبَتْنَا السَّمَاءُ The sky wetted us with dew (ندى) or the like; (TA;) as alsoأَهْلَبَتْنَا↓: (T:) the sky rained upon us a copious, or an excellent, rain. (TA.)
2. ⇒ هلّب
4. ⇒ اهلب
5. ⇒ تهلّب
تهلّب andانهلب↓ [He, a horse, had his tail shorn: see 1:] he had his هُلْب [or coarse hair, of the tail, &c.,] plucked out. (Ḳ.)
7. ⇒ انهلب
8. ⇒ اهتلب
اهتلب He drew a sword from its scabbard. (TA.)
هُلْبٌ / هُلْبَةٌ
هُلْبٌ, [a coll. gen. n.,] Hair, absolutely: or coarse hair; (Ḳ;) as the hair of the tail of a she-camel: (Az:) or hair of the tail: or pigs' bristles, with which skins and the like are sewed: (Ḳ:) J gives this last signification to هُلْبَةٌ↓: and also, coarse hair of the tail, &c.: (so in the Ṣ:) but هُلْبَةٌ is the n. un. (TA.)
هُلْبٌ, The eyelashes. (TA.)
هُلْبٌ, call. gen. n., Hair that one plucks from the tail: n. un. with ة
هُلَبٌ [pl. of هُلْبَةٌ] Tails and manes plucked out. (TA.)
هُلْبٌ Continuance, or constant succession, of rain. (TA.)
رَجُلٌ هَلِبٌ [A man having much hair; of the kind called هُلْب; very hairy: see هَلِبَ:] a man whose هُلْب is growing forth. (TA.)
هُلْبَةٌ The hair that is above the pubes, extending near to the navel. (TA.) See هُلْبٌ.
هُلْبَةٌ Severity, or pressure, of fortune: like كُلْبَةٌ and جُلْبَةٌ. (Ṣ.)
Also, andهُلُبَّةٌ↓, Severity, or intenseness, of winter. (Ḳ.) أَتَيْتُهُ فِى هلبةِ الشِّتَاءِ I came to him during the severe, or intense, cold of winter. (El-Umawee.)
هُلُبَّةٌ: see هُلْبَةٌ.
هَلُوبٌ A woman who draws near to her husband, or ingratiates herself with him; syn. مُتَقَرِّبَةٌ مِنْ زَوْجِهَا; (Ḳ, TA;) and is loving, or affectionate, to him; and distant with respect to others. (TA.)
Also, contr., A woman who is distant, or shy, with respect to her husband, or who alienates herself from him, or avoids or shuns him, (Ḳ,) and draws near to, or ingratiates herself with, her special friend. (TA.)
From هَلَبَهُ بِلِسَانِهِ “he carped at him severely with his tongue;” because a wife carps either at her husband or at her friend: or, accord. to IAạr, in the former sense, from يَوْمٌ هَلَّابٌ↓ “a day of gentle, constant, innocuous rain;” and in the latter sense from the same phrase as signifying “a day of rain attended by thunder and lightning and terrors, and destructive to dwellings.” (TA.)
هَلِيبٌ / هُلَيْبٌ
هَلِيبٌ and هُلَيْبٌ: see هَلَّابٌ.
هُلَابَةٌ The filth that is washed away from the membrane which encloses the fœtus: (Ḳ:) i. q. حُوَلَاءُ: [a word which has two applications, which see:] also called هُلَابَةُ السقاء: (TA:) [but السقاء is written by mistake for السِّقْىِ]. [See also هُلَاتَةٌ.]
هَلَّابٌ (Ḳ) and هَلَّابَةٌ (Ṣ, Ḳ) A cold wind, with rain. (Ṣ, ISd, Ḳ.)
يَوْمٌ هَلَّابٌ A day in which is wind and rain: (Ṣ:) a day of rain attended by thunder and lightning and terrors, and destructive to dwellings. (IAạr.)
Also, A day of gentle, constant, innocuous rain. (IAạr.)
Also, A day of dry cold; or dry by reason of cold. (Az, in the T, art. حلب.)
عَامٌ هَلَّابٌ, andأَهْلَبُ↓, A year of much rain. (Ḳ.)
عام أَهْلَبُ↓ ‡ A plentiful, or fruitful, year; a year of abundant herbage, or vegetation: like أَزَبُّ. (Ṣ.)
هَلَّابٌ andمُهَلِّبٌ↓ andهَلِيبٌ↓, (Ḳ,) or as in one copy of the Ḳ, that of Et-Tabláwee, the last is هُلَيْبٌ↓, (TA,) and this is the more correct reading, (MF,) [Three] very cold days, in Kánoon el-'Owwal [or January O. Ṣ.]: or in the severe, or intense, cold of winter: (Ḳ:) or in the severe, or intense, cold of the month [above mentioned], in the latter part of it. (L.)
هَلَّابٌ ‡ One who satirizes [and reviles] much: (ISh:) [who carps much and severely at others with his tongue: see 1].
هَالِبُ الشَّعْرِ and مُدَحْرِجُ البَعْرِ [Two] days of winter. (Ḳ.)
لَيْلَةٌ هَالِبَةٌ A rainy night. (Ḳ.)
أَهْلَبُ Having much hair [of the kind called هُلْب]; very hairy: (Ḳ:) fem. هَلْبَاءُ. (CK.) A horse having much hair of the kind called هلب: (Ṣ:) a coarse-haired man: (TA:) a man having coarse hair upon the part where are the two veins called الأَخْدَعَانِ, and upon his body: (TA:) having much hair upon the head and body. (TA.)
أَهْلَبُ A tail cut off. (Ḳ.)
Also, [accord. to the CK, or,] Having no hair upon it: and, contr., Having much hair: (Ḳ:) [in each sense, as seems to be implied in the Ḳ, an epithet applied to a tail: but, app., accord. to the TA, applied to a horse].
هَلْبَاءُ, fem., A beast of carriage (TA) having much hair. (Ḳ, TA.)
هَلْبَاءُ The podex; syn. إِسْتٌ: (Ḳ:) used as a subst.; originally an epithet. (TA.)
إِيَّاكَ وَأَهْلَبَ العَضْرَطِ Beware of him who has a hairy podex. Originally said by a woman to her son, who was boasting that he found no one whom he did not overcome, and who was afterwards thrown down by a man answering to this description. A proverb used in cautioning the self-conceited. (Meyd, TA.)
أَرْضٌ هَلْبَاءُ ‡ Land abounding with plants, or herbage. (TA.)
Also, [contr.,] ‡ Land of which the herbage has been eaten. (TA.)
هُلْبَةٌ هَلْبَاءُ (in the CK, هَلْبَةٌ هُلْبَاءُ) A severe calamity. (Ḳ.)
أَهْلُوبٌ / أُهْلُوبٌ
لَهُ أُهْلُوبٌ He [a horse] has ardour, or impetuosity, in his running, &c.: formed by transposition from, or a dial. form of, أُلْهُوبٌ. (M.) عَدْوُهُ ذُو أَهَالِيبَ [His (a horse's) running is of ardent, or impetuous, modes, or manners]. (TA.)
أَهْلُوبٌ A kind, or way [or speech]: syn. فَنٌّ (Ḳ) and أَسْلُوبٌ: (AO:) pl. أَهَالِيبُ. (AO, Ḳ.)
اهلوبٌ من الثَّنَاءِ A kind, or way, of praising, or eulogizing. (TA.)
مَهْلُوبٌ (Ṣ, A, L, Mṣb) andمُهَلَّبٌ↓ (TA) A horse having his tail shorn: (Mṣb:) having the hair of his tail utterly removed: (L:) having his هُلْب [or coarse hair, of the tail, &c.,] shorn: (A:) having his هلب plucked out. (Ṣ, TA.)
مُهَلَّبٌ: see مَهْلُوبٌ.
مُهَلِّبٌ: see هَلَّابٌ.