The interval during which the woman is free from menses and post-natal bleeding.
"Qur’" (pl. aqrā’): time; hence, it is used to refer to the duration of menses or menstrual purity. Other meanings: gathering together, as blood gathers inside the woman’s womb.
"Ihdād": giving up or refraining from something, such as when a woman gives up her charms and adornments after her husband’s death. It is derived from "hadd", which means: barring and isolating two things.
Termination of the time designated for the waiting period of the divorced wife according to the Shariah.
Every statement that could be considered a marriage proposal or the like of it.
The place where the wife resides with her husband by virtue of a marriage contract.
Everything that has a pleasant smell and can be used as perfume.
The old woman who no longer menstruates, or who has no desire for marriage.
A person who is missing while there is no news about him or his location, and it is unknown whether he is alive or dead.
The woman whose husband divorced her thrice and has become unlawful for him unless she marries another man.
The jewelry a woman wears, which can be of gold, silver, or the like; or to put it on someone else.
A woman who has stopped menstruating, but does not know why her menses has stopped.