Haḍājir "Whose Gut Is Huge"
Jay’al "The Female Hulk"
Qasāmi "Divider-up [of Carcasses]"
Naqāthi "Bone-Sucker," from its [habit of] extracting marrow from
bones, as in the anonymous rajaz verse:
Jā’at Naqāthi taḥmilu 'l-birdhawnā
"Along came Bone-sucker, carrying [part of?] an old horse."
al-‘Arfā’, for the length of its ‘urf [which is its mane],
al-‘Athwā’ "The Bearded Lady," for the denseness of its hair,
al-‘Arjā’ "Whose Gait is Limping"
al-Khāmi‘a "Whose Gait is Loping"
Umm Hinbir "Exemplar [lit. Mother] of the Flesh-Tearer"
Umm Khannūr "Exemplar [lit. Mother] of the Anus,"
also Umm Khunnūr
The baby hyena is called al-fur‘ūl. The hyena's den is a wijār.
The offspring of hyena and the wolf is called al-Sim‘ [“The Sharp-Eared”] and Abū Sabara ["Father to the Wound-Prober"]. Dissenting opinion holds that al-Sim‘ is a cross between wolf and dog, and that the offspring of wolf and hyena is called al-‘Usbūr.
From The Rudiments of Lexicography by Muḥammad ibn ‘Abd Allāh al-Khatị̄b al-Iskāfī