Voluntary prayer - صَلاةُ التَّطوُّعِ

The voluntary prayers that Allah Almighty legislated as extra to the obligatory prayers.

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Witr prayer - صَلاةُ الوِتْرِ

A prayer performed between ‘Ishā’ prayer and the break of dawn to conclude the night prayer.

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Congregational prayer - صَلاةُ الجَماعَةِ

Performing prayer in congregation.

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Translation - تَرْجَمَةٌ

Interpreting speech and rendering it from one language to another.

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Invoking blessings upon the Prophet - الصَّلاةُ على النَّبِيِّ صلّى اللهُ عليه وسلّم

Allah’s praise of the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) before the higher assembly of close angels.

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Regular Sunnah prayers - السُّنَنُ الرَّواتِبُ

The confirmed Sunnah prayers which are performed before or after the obligatory prayers.

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Remembrance of Allah - ذِكْرٌ

Any statement that includes glorification of Allah and expressing love for Him.

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Amen - آمِينْ

A word that is said upon completing the recitation of Surat al-Fātihah and at the end of supplications. It means: "O Allah, answer the supplication".

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Prayer times - أَوْقاتُ الصَّلاةِ

The times set by Shariah for the performance of prayers.

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Greeting of peace - السَلامٌ

The greeting said by a Muslim when he meets or leaves his fellow Muslims.

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Seeking forgiveness - اسْتِغْفارٌ

Asking Allah Almighty to pardon one’s sins and to protect him from their consequences.

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Prayer direction - قِبْلَةٌ

The direction the Muslims face in prayer.

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Devil - شَيْطانٌ

Name of the disbelieving jinn who is created from fire.

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Prayer - صَلاةٌ

A set of statements and actions that starts with Takbīr and ends with Taslīm.

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The five prayers - الصَّلَواتُ الخَمْسُ المَفْرُوضَةُ

The five prayers that should be performed every day and night. They are: Zhuhr, ‘Asr, Maghrib, ‘Ishā’, and Fajr prayers.

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Eid prayers - صَلاةُ العِيدَينِ

A two-Rak‘ah prayer that is performed in a specific manner on the day of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Ad-ha.

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Friday prayer - صَلاةُ الجُمُعَةِ

A two-Rak‘ah prayer to be performed after the two-part sermon at noon on Friday.

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Supererogatory prayer - صَلاةُ النَّافِلَةِ

Voluntary prayers legislated in addition to the five obligatory prayers.

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Praising Allah - تَحْمِيدٌ

Saying: "Rabbana wa lak al-hamd" (Our Lord, and all praise is due to You) upon standing upright after rising from "rukū‘" (bowing) in prayer.

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Prostration of forgetfulness - سُجُودُ السَّهْوِ

Two prostrations performed in order to make up for a deficiency in the prayer due to doubt or forgetfulness.

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Tranquility in prayer - الطُّمَأْنِينَةٌ في الصلاة

Calmness and settlement of all parts of the body for an interval of time in all pillars of prayer.

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Bowing - ركوع

Worshiping Allah Almighty by bowing the head and back in a certain manner in prayer.

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Concealing must-cover body parts - سَتْرُ العَوْرَةِ

Covering the parts of the body that people find it embarrassing and shameful to reveal, especially during prayer, like the private parts.

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Must-cover body parts - عَوْرَةٌ

The body parts that should be covered and which one feels shy about uncovering, such as the private parts and the buttocks.

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Mosque - مَسْجِدٌ

A place allocated for establishing prayer on a permanent basis.

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Abandonment of prayer - تَرْكُ الصَّلاةِ

When an accountable person intentionally, forgetfully, or out of laziness abandons the obligatory prayers until the due time is over.

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Voluntary night prayer - قِيامُ اللَّيْلِ

Tījāniyyah

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Disobedient person - فاسِقٌ

"Fāsiq": one who departs from obedience and uprightness. Original meaning: something exiting something else in order to corrupt it.

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Bedouins - أَعْرابٌ

"A‘rāb": Bedouins, desert dwellers from the Arabs or non-Arabs. It is derived from "ta‘arrub", which means: living in the desert with Bedouins.

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Prayer of the sick - صَلاةُ المَرِيضِ

Tījāniyyah

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Cleansing with stones - اسْتِجْمارٌ

"Istijmār": cleansing the private parts after answering the call of nature with "jimār", i.e. small stones.

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Tooth-stick - سِواكٌ

"Siwāk": small twig used for brushing one’s teeth. It is derived from "sawk", which means inclining, moving. Other meanings: brushing, rubbing.

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Prayer imām - إِمامٌ

Tījāniyyah

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Proclaiming the start of prayer - إِقامَةٌ

Tījāniyyah

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Sultan - السُلْطانٌ

"Sultān": Ruler, governor. It is derived from "salātah", which means: power, capability, overcoming. Other meanings: Caliph, imām, judge, evidence, proof.

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Connection/Link - اتِّصالُ الصُّفوف

"Ittisāl": the state of being connected and linked together. Original meaning: association, gathering. Opposite: disconnection, separation.

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Sacrificial animal - أُضْحِيَّةٌ

"Ud'hiyah": a name given to the animal that one slaughters as a sacrifice to Allah. It originally refers to the animal slaughtered on the Day of Nahr (Eid al-Ad'ha, 10th of Dhul-Hijjah).

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Lengthening the garment - إِسْبالٌ

"Isbāl": letting down. Original meaning: to let something hang down from a high place to a lower one, or extending something.

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Appointing a successor - اسْتِخْلافٌ

"Istikhlāf": appointing someone as a deputy or successor. It is derived from "khalaf", which means: replacement, substitution.

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Changing - تَغْيِيرٌ

"Taghyīr": changing, removing. Other meanings: shifting, distorting, abrogating, substituting.

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Image - صُورَةٌ

"Sūrah": appearance, shape. Other meanings: description, copy of an original.

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The hour of answering supplications - ساعَةُ الإِجابَةِ

Tījāniyyah

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Pillar - رُكْنٌ

"Rukn": foundation, support, strongest side, pivot. It is derived from "rakn", which means strength, firmness. Other meanings: the supporting pillar of something, which keeps it erect.

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A sitting posture in prayer - تَوَرُّكٌ

"Tawarruk": resting on one’s hip, the part above the thigh. It is also used to refer to reclining.

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Shortening the prayer - قَصْرُ الصَّلاةِ

Tījāniyyah

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Making up for missed prayers - قَضاءُ الفَوائِتِ

Tījāniyyah

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Prohibited times of prayer - أَوْقاتُ الكَراهَةِ

Tījāniyyah

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Qur’anic verse - آيَةٌ

"Āyah" (pl. āyāt"): sign, indication, a verse of the Qur’an. Other meanings: miracle, proof, evidence, wonder, admonition.

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Humble submissiveness - خُشُوعٌ - يحذف

"Khushū‘": submission, quiescence, subservience. A person who has "khushū‘" in their prayer is wholeheartedly engaged in it. Other meanings: calm, peacefulness.

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Prayer of fear - صَلاةُ الخَوْفِ

Tījāniyyah

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Prayer of the traveler - صَلاةُ المُسافِرِ

Tījāniyyah

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Voluntary night prayer in Ramadan - تراويح

"Tarāweih" (sing. tarwīhah): rest, taking rest, a prayer which contains rest. It is derived from "rawh", which means expansion and wideness. This prayer is called "Tarāweih" because the people rest after every four rak‘ahs.

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Cemetery - مَقبَرَةٌ

"Maqbarah" (graveyard): It is derived from "qabr", which means: grave, the hole in the ground wherein the deceased person is placed. Any place where the body of a deceased person is kept hidden is called "qabr", even the sea. "Qabr" also means the act of burying the deceased in the earth. Original meaning of "qabr": obscurity, invisibility. It was called thus because it conceals the body of the deceased person.

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Arabic language - عَرَبِيَّةٌ

"Al-‘Arabiyyah": the language that Arabs speak. It is derived from "ta‘rīb", which means: clarification, declaration.

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Ritual impurity - حَدَثٌ

"Hadath": urine or the like that comes out of the anus or genitals. It is derived from "hudūth", which means: occurrence, happening anew.

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Moving unnecessarily - عَبَثٌ

"‘Abath": engaging in frivolous actions, doing useless things.

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Tranquility - طمأنينة

"Tuma’nīnah": tranquility. Opposite: confusion, worry. Original meaning: settlement, stability.

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Glorification - تَكْبِيرٌ

"Takbīr": glorification, exaltation. It is derived from "kibr", which means: greatness. Other meanings: declaring something great, like saying "Allahu akbar" (Allah is the Most Great).

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Missed actions - فَوَاتٌ

"Fawāt": missing something by not doing it on time. Original meaning: the opposite of catching up with something and reaching it. Other meanings: lapsing, ending.

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Submissiveness/Humility - خُشوعٌ

Submission of the heart and its fear of Allah out of love and glorification, along with being submissive to the truth outwardly and inwardly.

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Seeking refuge - اسْتِعاذَةٌ

"Isti‘ādhah": seeking refuge and protection from evils. It is derived from "‘awdh" - which means safety, protection. "ma‘ādh": refuge, stronghold.

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Imitation/Following the example - اقتداء

"Iqtidā’": Following someone’s example, copying, imitating.

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Shaf‘ prayer (a type of night prayer) - شَفْعٌ

"Shaf‘": even number. It is any number that can be equally divided by two, like two and ten. Opposite: "witr" (single, odd). Original meaning: joining two things. Other meanings: increase, association.

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Missed prayers - فَوائِتُ

Prayers that are missed and not performed in their designated times.

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Non-Arabic speaker - أَعْجَمِيٌّ

He who is unable to speak standard Arabic even if he is an Arab.

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Persian (language) - فارِسِيَّةٌ

The language spoken by the Persians.

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Sitting posture in prayer - افْتِراشٌ

The sitting position in prayer wherein the worshiper bends his left foot underneath him and sits on it and erects his right foot so that his heel is raised and the bottom of his toes are on the ground with the toe tips pointing to the "qiblah" (prayer direction).

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Amending - تَدارُكٌ

Performing prayer or one of its acts that the worshiper has missed doing at its Shariah-assigned place as long as it permits doing so.

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Empty space (used for relieving oneself) - خَلاءٌ

A designated area used for answering the call of nature.

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Uncertainty - شَكٌّ

Being uncertain about one's state of ritual purity, regardless of whether the two possibilities are even or one of them is preponderant.

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Illiterate - أُمِّيٌّ

A person who is incapable of reciting Sūrat al-Fātihah properly, neither from memory nor from the mus'haf (physical copy of the Qur’an), even if they can recite other surahs properly.

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Reclining/Leaning - اتِّكاءٌ

Leaning against something and using it for support with any part of the body.

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Night worship - إحْياءُ اللَّيْلِ

Filling the night, or most of it, with acts of worship such as the prayer, remembrance of Allah, reciting the Qur’an, and so on.

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Sending/Letting hands loose - إِرْسالٌ

To loosen one's both hands down straight in prayer while standing, and not to clasp them (right hand on the left).

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Daybreak - إِسْفارٌ

Appearance of the white streak of light which stretches across the horizon at dawn, without any doubt about it.

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Weapon - سِلاحٌ

All the weapons of war and fight equipment.

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Delaying until coolness - إِبْرادٌ

Delaying performing the Zhuhr prayer from the beginning of its due time to its last time during extreme heat.

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Ending an assembly - تَفَرُّقٌ

Ending an assembly and leaving each participant his own way.

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Morning - صُبْحٌ

The time between the break of dawn and sunrise.

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Hemorrhoid - باسُورٌ

A pain in the anal canal caused by internal swelling.

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Memorizing - حِفْظٌ

The ability to store information in your brain and to recall it at any time.

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Repelling/Prevention - دَرْءٌ

Repelling something and preventing it from happening

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Repeating something twice - تَثْنِيَة الأذان

Repeating the words of Adhān (call to prayer), and saying it twice.

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Stepping over necks - تَخَطِّي الرِّقابِ

Separating people who are sitting next to each other in order to pass between them.

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Regular imam - راتِبٌ

The imam appointed by the ruler or his representative to lead the congregational prayer.

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Testicles - أُنْثَيانِ

The two testicles.

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Imam's prayer niche - مِحْرابٌ

A niche in the wall of the masjid in the direction of the "qiblah" (prayer direction) where the imam stands to lead the prayer.

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Vermin - هَوَامٌّ

Small insects

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Sitting - جُلُوسٌ

The sitting in between the two prostrations during the prayer.

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Day of Sacrifice - يَوْمُ النَّحْرِ

The tenth day of the month of Dhul-Hijjah. It is the day of Eid al-Adha.

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Saying ‘amen’ - تَأْمِينُ الدُّعاءِ

Saying ‘amen’ at the end of a supplication made by another person.

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Standing with arms akimbo in prayer - تَخَصُّرٌ

Placing one or both hands on the middle of the body during prayer.

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Adolescence/Pre-puberty - مُراهَقَةٌ

The stage in a human being's life in which he approaches puberty.

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Illness - مَرَضٌ

A condition that adversely affects the body and health.

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Unintentional nullification of ablution - سَبْقُ الحَدَثِ

The coming out of a nullifier of ablution from the body unintentionally during prayer.

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Unintentional mistake - غَلَطٌ

Something contrary to what is correct without intention.

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Just - عدل

It refers to an adult and sane Muslim who shuns major sins and does not persist in minor ones, and he mostly behaves correctly and refrains from such acts that prejudice the sense of honor.

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Clothing - لِباسٌ

Anything that covers the body or part of it, whether made of wool, leather or the like.

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Kidnapping - اخْتِطافٌ

Seizing something swiftly in plain sight and running away with it.

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Large city/Metropolis - مِصْرٌ

Any big city that has a ruler who applies the rulings of the Shariah and carries out the corporal punishments prescribed for crimes.

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Breaking one's undertakings - إخلاف

Non-fulfillment of what a person has promised or undertaken to do.

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Making defective - إِخْلَالٌ

Failure to do something as prescribed by the Shariah.

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Sunrise - إشراق

The time of offering the "Duha" (forenoon) prayer begins after the sun has risen with the brightest light and by the height of a spear.

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Resting places of camels - أَعْطَانٌ

The places where camels habitually stay.

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Lowering one's head - طَأْطَأَةٌ

Lowering one's head inclining it toward the ground during prayer.

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Darkness - عَتَمَةٌ

The time between the disappearance of the red twilight until the end of the first third of the night.

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Verses of prostration - آيَاتُ السَّجْدَةِ

Specific verses from the Noble Qur’an that require prostration once they are read or heard.

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Qur’an's prostrations - سَجَدَاتُ القُرْآنِ

Certain verses in the Qur’an upon reciting or hearing it one should perform a prostration.

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Violating others' rights or authority - افْتِيَاتٌ

Violating others' rights or special authority without their permission.

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Guffaw - قَهْقَهَةٌ

Laughing loudly and intensely in a way that those around him can hear it.

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Speech - كَلامٌ

Multiple words that express a comprehensible meaning.

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Lying down - اضْطِجاعٌ

Lying down on the ground on one's side.

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Silence - سُكُوتٌ

"Sukūt" is a state in which the person praying behind the Imam does not recite loudly in a congregational prayer when the Imam recites with an audible voice.

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Turning - اِلْتِفاتٌ

Turning one’s face and/or body to the right or the left.

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Clothes - أَلْبِسَةٌ

Anything that covers one's body or part of it, whether it is made of wool, leather, or the like.

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Shawwaal (10th lunar month) - شَوّالٌ

The month that comes after the month of Ramadan.

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Night - لَيْلٌ

The time between sunset and the break of the true dawn.

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Disrespecting/Taking a profession - اِمْتِهانٌ

Degrading something, having contempt for it, and not preserving and honoring it.

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Relying on/Leaning against - اسْتِنادٌ

Leaning against something and relying on it.

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Lisper - أَلْثَغُ

Someone who mispronounces a letter by altering its sound into another due to a defect in his tongue.

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Illuminating - اسْتِصْباحٌ

Using a lamp for illumination.

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Prevalent doubt - اِسْتِنْكاحٌ

Prevalence of doubt and its frequent influence on a person while performing acts of worship.

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Resumption - اِسْتِئْنافٌ

Resuming prayer from the beginning after it was interrupted for a reason such as breaking the "wudu"" or something similar.

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Delaying voluntary prayer - تَعْقِيبٌ

Performing the voluntary prayer after the "Tarāweeh" (voluntary prayer performed after the ‘Ishā’ in Ramadan).

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Hillock - أَكَمَةٌ

An elevated piece of land that rises over what surrounds it, such as the hillock and the knoll.

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Times - آناء

Hours and time periods.

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Attending Friday sermon from the beginning - اِبْتِكارٌ

Catching the beginning of the Friday sermon as the imam starts to deliver it.

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Replacing - إبدال

Replacing a letter with another or a vowel mark with another during the recitation of the Qur’an in prayer.

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Conveying - إِبْلاغٌ

Conveying that which contains clarification and explanation.

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Sound of coughing - أحَّ

The sound someone makes while coughing.

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Left hand - شِمالٌ

The left hand, opposite to the right hand.

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Birsām (mental illness) - بِرْسامٌ

A mental illness similar to insanity that leads to delirium.

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Hajj wages - بَلاغٌ

Money given to someone to cover the expenses of performing Hajj on behalf of someone else.

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Dwelling/House - بَيْتٌ

Any dwelling place that has walls and a ceiling.

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Silk Garment - دِيبَاجٌ

A type of clothing woven from natural silk.

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Outskirts - رَبَضٌ

The houses and residences that surround a city.

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Replacement - تَبْدِيلٌ

Selling a "waqf" (Islamic endowment) whose income or yield has decreased or ceased and then buy what yields better income and make it an endowment.

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Man - رَجُلٌ

A pubescent male from the children of Adam.

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Transfer/Shifting - انْتِقالٌ

Moving in prayer from one pillar to another, or from one intention to another.

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Outward appearance - هَيْئَةٌ

The visible outward state of something.

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Silk - حَرِيرٌ

Soft garments woven from thin natural threads produced by the silkworm.

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Tongue-tie - عُقْلَةٌ

A malformation which restricts the movement of the tongue and causes a speech impediment.

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Stomach rumble - قَرْقَرَةٌ

The sound that is heard when gas moves inside the stomach before breaking wind or defecating.

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Siesta/Nap - قيلولة

"Qayloolah": midday sleep or rest without sleeping.

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Drowsiness - نُعَاسٌ

The first stage of sleep, where the senses become weak and unaware of what is going on around them.

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Passing by - مُرُورٌ

Passing by a place without stopping.

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Kneeling places of camels - مَبارِكُ الإِبِلِ

The places where camels are used to residing and resting, whether perpetually or only temporarily for the purpose of drinking water and the like.

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Mask/Veil - لِثامٌ

A piece of garment, veil, or the like used to cover the mouth or the nose.

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Language - لُغَةٌ

Words and sounds that are common among a people and which they use to express themselves. Each environment has its own language.

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Accent/Speech defect - لُكْنَةٌ

Inability to pronounce some Arabic letters correctly either by leaving out a letter, replacing it, or repeating it.

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Weeping - بُكَاءٌ

Shedding tears because of fear, grief, and the like.

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Moonless night - سُرَرٌ

The day or two during which the moon is invisible at the end of the month.

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Distance traveled in one day - مَرْحَلَةٌ

The distance that takes one day or night to be covered by someone walking or riding a loaded animal, equivalent to twenty-four miles (around 44,352 meters).

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Naked/Unclothed - عُرْيانٌ

Someone who does not have clothes on his body

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Unveiling - كَشْفٌ

Removing the cover off something and disclosing it.

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Village - قَرْيَةٌ

Any place with buildings that people have taken for living and residence.

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Bareed (a unit of measurement) - بَرِيد

A unit for measuring distances. It consists of four "farāsikh", and one "farsakh" equals three miles.

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Dressing shabbily - تَبَذُّلٌ

To refrain from adornment and wear shabby clothes.

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Transferring/Changing - تَحْوِيلٌ

Changing the side of a garment from the right to the left or the otherwise.

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Supper - عَشاءٌ

The meal eaten at the end of the day and the beginning of the night.

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Walking - مَشْيٌ

Moving on foot at a pace less than that of running.

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Sexual intercourse - مُضاجَعَةٌ

Husband and wife sleeping under one cover together.

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Low tone in prayer (n) - إِخفْاءٌ

Lowering one's voice in prayer, rather than using a high tone, while reciting the Qur’an for instance.

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Dysarthric person - أَرَتٌّ

A person who merges letters together when speaking in a way that is different from the merging of letters that is spoken by normal people.

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Sitting posture in prayer - اِسْتِيْفَازٌ

When a person sits during prayer with his buttocks stuck to the ground, his legs held upright, and his hands placed on the ground.

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Letting the garment hang down - إسدال

Wearing the garment over one's head or shoulders and letting its edges hang down on both sides, without lifting any of them, while wearing what covers one's "‘awrah" (what should be covered of the body).

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Hastening - إِسْرَاعٌ

Performing something at its earliest time

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Eloquent - أَشْدَقُ

Someone with wide mouth corners.

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Attainment - إِصَابةٌ

Realizing an intended goal by speech or action.

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Crookedness - اعْوِجَاجٌ

When something is crooked and not as straight as it should be.

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Loud-voiced - صيِّت

Someone with a strong, loud voice.

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Fog - ضَبابٌ

Quick-spreading condensed vapor that covers the surface of the earth and obscures vision.

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Deafness - الطَّرَشُ

Hardness and weakness of hearing that does not reach the level of deafness, which is complete loss of hearing.

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Defaulter - لاحِقٌ

One who joins the congregational prayer from the beginning but then misses one or more "rak‘ah" (unit of prayer).

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