2 دثّرهُ دثار دثر دثره دثرة , (A, TA,) inf. n. تَدْثِيرٌ, (TA,) He covered him (A, TA) with a دِثَار, (A,) or with something by which he should be rendered warm. (TA.) It is said that Mohammad, when a revelation came down to him, used to say, دَثِّرُونِى دَثِّرُونِى Cover ye me with something whereby I may become warm. Cover ye me &c. (TA from a trad.) ― -b2- دُثِّرَ عَلَى القَتِيلِ Large masses of stone were compactly put together, one upon another, over the slain person. (K.) ― -b3- And دَثَّرَ, (S,) inf. n. as above, (S, K,) It (a bird) put to rights, or adjusted, its nest; put it into a right, or proper, state. (S, K.) ― -b4- See also 1, last sentence.
ٱدثر , (T, S,) and
بِدِثَارٍ, (Msb, TA,) and
اِدَثَّرَّ, inf. n.
اِدَثُّرٌّ, (T,) He wrapped himself with a
دثار: (T, S, Msb, TA:) and
بِالثَّوْبِ he enveloped himself entirely
with the garment. (M, K.) ― -b2- [Hence,]
بِالمَالِ (tropical:) He is abundant in
wealth. (A, TA.) -A2-
النَّاقَةَ (tropical:) He (a stallion)
mounted, or leaped, the she-camel. (S, A,
K.) ― -b2- And
فَرَسَهُ (tropical:) He (a man)
leaped upon, and rode, his horse: (T, S, M, A, L, B:
in the K, for
فَرَسَهُ, in some copies, is erroneously put
قَرِينَهُ; and in others,
قِرْنَهُ, which is also wrong: TA:) or
rode, and wheeled about upon the back of, his horse:
(M:) or mounted his horse from behind. (TA.) ―
-b3- Ibn-Mukbil uses the verb metaphorically in
describing rain; saying, “
تَدَثَّرَ هَا مِنْ وَبْلِهِ مَا تَدَثَّرَا
” (tropical:) [The large mountain-goats of El-Yemámeh listened to it, after there had fallen upon it, of its shower of big drops, what fell]. (M, TA.) 6 تَدَاْثَرَ see 1; each in two places.
7 إِنْدَثَرَ see 1; each in two places.
8 إِدْتَثَرَ see 4. دَثْرٌ دثار دثر (tropical:) Much property or wealth; or many camels or the like: (T, S, M, K:) or much, or many, of any thing or things: (M:) [the sing. and dual and pl. are alike; as in the case of its syn. دِبْرٌ or دَبْرٌ:] you say, [using it as an epithet,] مَالٌ دَبْرٌ, (T, S, K,) and مَالَانِ دَثْرٌ, and أَمْوَالِ دَثْرٌ: (S, K:) [but sometimes دُثُورٌ is used as its pl.; for] you say أَهْلُ دَثْرٍ and أَهْلُ دُثُورٍ: (A 'Obeyd, T:) you also say ↓ مَالٌ دِثْرٌ : (T:) and the expression ↓ عَسْكَرٌ دَثَرٌ , meaning a numerous army, occurs thus written: (S:) an instance is found in a verse of Imra-el-Keys, where it is thus for the sake of the metre. (TA.) ― -b2- Also Abundance of herbage, and the like; or abundant herbage, and the like. (TA.) ― -b3- See also دَاثِرٌ. دِثْرٌ دثار دثر : see دَثْرٌ. -A2- دِثْرٌ مَالٍ A good manager of property, or of camels or the like. (K.) دَثَرٌ دثار دثر Dirt, or filth. (K.) -A2- See also دَثْرٌ. دِثَارٌ دثار Any garment, (S, M, * A, Mgh, Msb, K,) such as a كِسَآء &c., which a man throws upon himself (Mgh, Msb) over the شِعَار [or garment that is next the body]: (S, M, A, Msb, K:) or one with which a person envelopes himself entirely: (M:) or a garment which one wears for warmth above the شعار: (T, TA:) pl. دُثُرٌ. (Mgh.) ― -b2- It is said in a trad. respecting the Assistants (الانصار) [of Mohammad], أَنْتُمُ الشِّعَارُ وَالنَّاسُ الدِّثَارُ, meaning (assumed tropical:) Ye are the persons of distinction, and the [other] people are the vulgar. (TA.) [See also شِعَارٌ.] ― -b3- أَبُو دِثَارٍ and بَيْتُ أَبِى دِثَارٍ The thin curtain (كِلَّة) by which one protects himself from gnats, or musquitoes; the musquito-curtain: [see an ex. in the first paragraph of art. بعض:], or ابو دثار is an appellation of the gnat, or musquito; because it is concealed in the daytime; or because a دثار is wanted to protect one from its annoyance. (TA.) دَثُورٌ دثور : see مُتَدَثِّرٌ. ― -b2- Applied to a man, (tropical:) Obscure; of no reputation: (S, A, K:) a great sleeper: (S, K:) slow: (K:) heavy; that scarcely moves from his place: (TA:) lazy: (Kr, M:) and in like manner ↓ دَثَارِىٌّ , lazy; quiet; that does not occupy himself with his affairs. (A.) دِثَارِىٌّ دثار دثارى دثاري دثاريي : see what next precedes. دَاثِرٌ داثر , applied to a trace, or mark, of a house; or to what remains, cleaving to the ground, marking the place of a house; Being covered with sand and dust blown over it by the wind; or being effaced, or obliterated, by the blowing of the winds over it. (A, * Msb, * TA.) You say فُلَانٌ جَدُّهُ عَاثِرٌ وَ رَسْمُهُ دَاثِرٌ (assumed tropical:) Such a one's good fortune is at an end, and his vestige is being effaced. (A.) ― -b2- In a state of perdition. (M, K.) Hence the saying فُلَانٌ خَاسِرٌ دَاسِرٌ [Such a one is erring, in a state of perdition]: or it is here an imitative sequent [merely corroborative; for خاسر has also the same signification]: (M, TA:) and some say دَابِرٌ. (M.) ― -b3- A sword (tropical:) sullied by remaining long unpolished; rusty. (AZ, T, M, * A, K.) ― -b4- (tropical:) Negligent; inconsiderate; (L, K;) as also ↓ أَدْثَرُ (K) and ↓ دثر [written without the syll. signs]: (L:) (tropical:) one who does not care for, or esteem, finery. (A.) أَدْثَرُ : see the last sentence above. متدثّر متدثر , (AA, T, K, [evidently, مُتَدَثَّرٌ, though written in the CK مُتَدَثِّر, see 5, third and fourth sentences,]) applied to a man, (AA, T,) (assumed tropical:) I. q. مَأْبُونُ (AA, T, K) and مِثْفَرٌ &c. (AA, T.) مُتَدَثِّرٌ متدثر and مُدَّثِّرٌ Wrapped in a دِثَار; wearing a دثار; (T, M, * A, * Msb, TA;) as also ↓ دَثُورٌ : (IAar, M:) you say فُلَانٌ دَثُورُ الضُّحَى Such a one wraps himself with a دثار and sleeps in the morning after sunrise. (A.) Credit: Lane Lexicon