نقيع

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root ن ق ع(n-q-ʿ).

Adjective[edit]

نَقِيع (naqīʿ)

  1. salubrious, wholesome, sweet

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Noun[edit]

نَقِيع (naqīʿm

  1. cold and sweet water, well abundating in sapid water, source of aqua apt to soak
  2. macerated and dried piece of sustenance, preserve etc., ≈ نَقُوع(naqūʿ)
    Synonyms: مُرَبًّى(murabban), تَطْلِيّ(taṭliyy)
  3. infusion, liquid where substances bide, = نَقُوع(naqūʿ)
  4. the desert-thistle Blepharis gen. et spp., = شَوْك الضَبّ(šawk aḍ-ḍabb) Arabic Wikipedia
    • 2018 January 1, “فوائد وأضرار شوك الضب أو نبات النقيع للرجيم والبشرة والشعر”, in مجلة القهوة العربية[1], archived from the original on 2018-05-30:

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