مرد

1 مَرَدَ  , (aor. مَرُدَ , inf. n. مَرْدٌ, S, L,) He steeped bread, (S, L, K,) or corn, (Msb,) in water, and mashed it with his hand, so as to soften it: (S, L, Msb, K:) or he soaked bread in water; (M, L;) and so مَرَثَ, and مَرَذَ, with the dotted ذ; or he softened bread in water, and crumbled it with his fingers. (As, L.) ― -b2- مَرَدَهُ He rubbed it (a thing) in water. (TA.) ― -b3- مَرَدَهُ, inf. n. مَرْدٌ, He crumbled it [namely bread &c.], or broke it into small pieces, with his fingers; syn. ثَرَدَهُ. (TA [but only the inf. n. is there mentioned.]) ― -b4- مَرَدَهُ, aor. مَرُدَ , inf. n. مَرْدٌ, He made it (a thing) soft. (L.) ― -b5- مَرَدَهُ and ↓ مرّدهُ He made it (a thing) soft and smooth; he polished it. (L.) See also 2. ― -b6- مَرَدَ, (inf. n. مَرْدٌ, S, L,) He (a child, S, L) mumbled (مَرَسَ) the breast (S, * L, * K) of his mother: (S, L:) or sucked it. (IKtt.) ― -b7- مَرِدَ, aor. ??, He continued to eat مَرِيد, i. e., dates soaked in milk until rendered soft. (K.) ― -b8- مَرِدَ (tropical:) It (a branch) was, or became, destitute of leaves. (IAar, L.) ― -b9- مَرِدَتِ الأَرْضُ, inf. n. مَرَدٌ, (tropical:) The land was, or became, destitute of herbage, excepting a small quantity. (TA.) ― -b10- مَرِدَ He (a horse) was, or became, without hair upon the fetlock. (IKtt.) ― -b11- مَرِدَ, aor. مَرَدَ , (L, Msb, K,) inf. n. مَرَدٌ (S, L, Msb, K) and مُرُودَةٌ; (L, K;) and ↓ تمرّد ; (S, A, L, K;) He (a youth, or young man,) was as yet beardless: (Msb:) or had no hair upon his cheeks: (IAar, L:) or remained to a late period without his beard having grown, (L, K,) or without the hair of his face having grown forth. (S, L, Msb) -A2- مَرَدَ aor. مَرُدَ , (A, L, Msb, K,) inf. n. مُرُودٌ (A, L, K) and مَرْدٌ; (IAar, L;) and مَرُدَ, aor. مَرُدَ , (S, L, Msb, K,) inf. n. مَرَادَةٌ (S, L, K) and مُرُودَةٌ; (TA, and some copies of the K;) and ↓ تمرّد ; (A, L;) He exalted himself, or was insolent and audacious, in pride and in acts of rebellion or disobedience; (IAar, L;) he was hold, or audacious; (M, L, K;) and immoderate, inordinate, or exhorbitant; or excessively, immoderately, or inordinately, proud, or corrupt, or unbelieving, or disobedient or rebellious; or exalted himself and was inordinate in infidelity; or was extravagant in acts of disobedience and in wrongdoing; or was refractory, or averse from obedience: (S, M, A, L, Msb, K:) or he went to such an extreme as thereby to pass from out of the general state [or category] of that species [to which he belonged]. (M, L, K.) ― -b2- So in the phrase مرد عَلَى الأَمْرِ He was bold or audacious, and immoderate, &c., in the affair: (M, L:) and in like manner, على الشَّرِّ, in evil, or mischief: عَلَيْنَا تمرّد He acted immoderately, inordinately, or exorbitantly, &c., towards us, or against us. (L.) ― -b3- Some explain مَرُدَ as syn. with خَبُثَ [signifying He was bad, evil, wicked, malignant, noxious, corrupt, &c.]. (MF.) ― -b4- مَارِدٌ وَعَزَّ الأَبْلَقُ تَمَرَّدَ (tropical:) [Márid hath resisted the attempt to take it, and El-Ablak hath proved strong]: a proverb: (S:) originally said by Ex-Zebbŕ, the Queen of the Arabs, with reference to two fortresses which she had failed to take. (TA.) -A3- مَرَدَ, (L,) inf. n. مَرْدٌ, (L, K,) He (a sailor) pushed, or propelled, a ship or boat, with a مُرْدِىّ. (L, K.) ― -b2- He drove vehemently. (L, K.) -A4- مَرَدَ عَلَى شَىْءٍ, [aor. مَرُدَ ,] (K,) inf. n. مُرُودٌ; (S, L;) and ↓ تمرّد ; (L.) (tropical:) He became accustomed, habituated, or inured, to a thing. (S, L, K.) ― -b2- مَرَدُوا عَلَى النِّفَاقِ [Kur., ix., 102,] (tropical:) They have become accustomed, habituated, or inured, to hypocrisy: (Fr., A, L:) or they have exalted themselves, or become insolent and audacious, in hypocrisy: (IAar:) accord. to Er-Rághib, it is from شَجَرَةٌ مَرْدَآءُ “ a tree without leaves; ” meaning, (assumed tropical:) they have become destitute of good. (TA.) ― -b3- مَرَدَ عَلَى الكَلَامِ (tropical:) He became accustomed, or habituated, to what was said, so that he cared not for it. (L.)

 2 مرّدهُ  , inf. n. تَمْرِيدٌ, (tropical:) He stripped it (a branch) of its leaves. (S, A, L.) ― -b2- (tropical:) He stripped it (a branch) of its peel; as also مَرَدَهُ. (TA.) See 1. ― -b3- مرّدهُ, (A, L,) inf. n. تَمْرِيدٌ, (S, L, K,) He made it (a building) smooth (S, A, L, K) and even (L, K) and tall or long; (A;) and plastered it with mud. (L.)

5 تَمَرَّدَ see 1 in five places. مَرْدٌ  [Coll. gen. n.] Bread crumbled, or broken into small pieces, with the fingers, and then moistened with broth; syn. ثَرِيدٌ. (T, L.) ― -b2- What is fresh and juicy of the fruit of the أَرَاك: (T, S, L, K:) what is ripe thereof is called كَبَاثٌ: (T, L:) or [in the CK, and] what is ripe thereof: (L, K:) what has become black being called كباث: (TA in art. برم:) or certain red and large things pertaining thereto: n. un. with ة. (AHn, L.) مَرَدَى  : see مَرَطَى. مُرْدِىٌّ  a pole with which a ship, or boat, is pushed, or propelled: (L, K:) or an oar; syn. مِجْذَافٌ. (IKtt.) مَرَادٌ  (S, L, K:) and ↓ مَرَّادٌ (K) The neck: (S, L, K:) pl. [of the latter] مَرَارِيدُ. (K.) مَرُودٌ  : see مَارِدٌ. مَرِيدٌ  Bread steeped in water, and mashed with the hand: or soaked in water. (L.) ― -b2- Dates soaked in milk until they become soft: (S, L, K:) or dates thrown into milk to become soft, and then mashed with the hand: (As, L:) or moistened, and rubbed and pressed with the fingers till soft, in water or in milk; as also مَرِيسٌ. (Mgh, art. مرس.) ― -b3- Water with milk. (K.) ― -b4- Anything rubbed and pressed with the hand until it becomes flaccid. (As, L.) -A2- See مَارِدٌ. مَرَّادٌ  : see مَرَادٌ. مِرِّيدٌ  : see مَارِدٌ. مَارِدٌ  [from مَرَدَ] and ↓ مَرِيدٌ [from مَرُدَ] (S, M, A, L, Msb, K) and مُتَمَرِّدٌ (A, K) [One who exalts himself, or is insolent and audacious, in pride and in acts of rebellion or disobedience; an insolent and audacious rebel or unbeliever; see 1;] bold or audacious; (M, L, K;) and immoderate, inordinate, or exorbitant; or excessively, immoderately, or inordinately, proud, or corrupt, or unbelieving, or disobedient or rebellious; &c.; see 1; (S, M, A, L, Msb, K;) and strong: (L:) these epithets are applied to evil beings of mankind and of the jinn, (L,) and to any animal: (M, L:) the first is said to be applied to an evil jinnee of the most powerful class: (Mir-át ez-Zemán, &c.) pl. (of the first, M, L,) مَرَدَةٌ (M, L, K) and مُرَّادٌ; (A;) and (of the second, M, L) مُرَدَآءُ. (M, L, K.) ↓ مِرِّيدٌ signifies the same in an intensive degree. (S, L, K.) ― -b2- مَارِدٌ Lofty, high: (L, K:) applied to a building. (TA.) ― -b3- مَارِدٌ and ↓ مَرُودٌ One who often goes and comes, by reason of his briskness, liveliness, or sprightliness. (L.) أَمْرَدُ  . ― -b2- شَجَرَةٌ مَرْدَآءُ (tropical:) A tree having no leaves upon it: (Ks, A, L, K:) or, of which the leaves have altogether gone: (AHn, L:) and in like manner, غُصْنٌ أَمْرَدُ (tropical:) a branch having no leaves upon it: (Ks, S, L:) or the latter expression is not used. (T, L.) ― -b3- رَمْلَةٌ مَرْدَآءُ (tropical:) A sand that is plain (L) and produces no plants: (S, A, L, K:) pl. مَرَادٍ, as though it were a subst. (M, L.) ― -b4- أَرْضٌ مَرْدَآءُ (tropical:) An expanse of sands in which nothing grows: pl. مَرَادِى [or مَرَادِىُّ]. (As, T, L.) ― -b5- أَمْرَدُ A youth, or young man, as yet beardless: (Msb:) or having no hair upon his cheeks: (IAar, L:) or who has remained to a late period without the hair of his face having grown forth: (S, Msb:) or whose mustache has grown forth, but not his beard, (L, K,) he having attained the usual age at which the beard grows: (L:) pl. مُرْدٌ: (L:) dim. أُمَيْرِدُ. (A.) You do not apply the epithet مَرْدَآءُ to a girl [in the sense above explained]. (S, L.) It is said in a trad., أَهْلُ الجَنَّةِ جُرْدٌ مُرْدٌ [The people of paradise are without hair upon their bodies, and beardless]. (L.) ― -b6- مَرْدَآءُ A woman having no hair upon her pubes. (M, L, K.) [In some copies of the K, for لَا إِِسْبَ لَهَا, we find لا است لها: and the like is found in copies of the A.] ― -b7- أَمْرَدُ A horse having no hair upon the fetlock. (S, L.) مُمَرَّدٌ  A building made smooth, and tall or long: (A:) or made smooth: (L:) or made tall or long. (A 'Obeyd, L, K.) جَبَلٌ مُتَمَرِّدٌ  (tropical:) [A mountain that opposes obstacles to one's ascent]: pl. جِبَالٌ مُتَمَرِّدَاتٌ. (A.) ― -b2- See مَارِدٌ. مُرْدَاسَنْجٌ  : see مَرْتَكٌ in art. رتك. Credit: Lane Lexicon