The ninth month of the Hijri calendar.
The tenth day of the month of Muharram.
To abstain from whatever breaks the fast from the break of dawn until sunset while having this intention.
The objectives and rationales that the Lawgiver took into consideration, generally and specifically, while legislating to achieve people’s interests.
"Iftār": breaking one’s fast by eating or drinking. Opposite: fasting. It is derived from "fitr", which means: split, opening.
"Shahādah": telling information obtained by means of witnessing or seeing some incident.
"Sihāq": sexual enjoyment between a woman and another woman. It is derived from "sahq", which means: remoteness, crushing (as lesbians press their sexual organs against each other).
"Ihtijām": extracting blood from the body. It is derived from "hajm", which means sucking. Other meanings: seeking "hijāmah" (wet cupping).
"Ta‘jīl": hastening; doing something before its due time. It is derived from "‘ajalah", which is the opposite of slowness and tardiness. Other meanings: doing something before another.
"Taysīr": facilitation, easing. It is derived from "yusr", which means: ease, docility. Opposite: hardship, difficulty.
"Madhy": a thin whitish liquid released from the penis upon sexual arousal, foreplay, kissing, or imagining sexual acts.
"Wisāl": joining, connecting. Opposite: "inqitā‘" (interruption). Original meaning: joining something to something else until it becomes attached to it. Other meanings: exaggeration, continuing, carrying on, following, succession.
"‘Ajz": weakness. Original meaning: falling behind. Opposite: ability.
Using antimony (eyeliner) in the eyelids for beautification or remedy.
One's desire to have sexual intercourse.
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.
Steam that rises from liquids when their temperatures rise.
The seventh month of the lunar calendar.
The ninth day of Dhul-Hijjah.
Cutting a blood vessel so as to let blood come out for the purpose of medical treatment.
Failure to do something as prescribed by the Shariah.
Light and short sleep.
The opening through which feces exit the body.
The time between sunset and the break of the true dawn.
Losing consciousness and the ability to move because of illness.
The state of elation a person experiences when drinking alcohol.
Physical desire and need for women.
Mutual enjoyment between the spouses through sexual intercourse, foreplay, kissing, etc.
The ninth month of the Hijri year. It comes after Sha‘baan and before Shawwaal.
Any dwelling place that has walls and a ceiling.
The last night of the (lunar) month.
The neck that connects the head with the body.
Sexually enjoying a woman between her thighs without vaginal penetration.
The day or two during which the moon is invisible at the end of the month.
An elderly woman.
Placing the lips on something as a sign of sexual desire, veneration, etc.
Food and liquids that come out from the stomach to the mouth.
A unit for measuring distances. It consists of four "farāsikh", and one "farsakh" equals three miles.
An opening in the face used for speaking, eating, and drinking.
Quick-spreading condensed vapor that covers the surface of the earth and obscures vision.