"Nams": plucking hair. It is also said to mean: plucking facial hair.
"Radā‘": sucking the breast, or drinking milk from the breast.
"Wilāyah": rulership, authority, being in charge of others. "waliyy", means: lord, owner, ruler. It is derived from "waly", which means: closeness, love. Other meanings: kingship, kinship, state, heredity.
"Mahram": prohibition, prohibited thing, forbidden. Opposite: lawful. Original meaning of "tahrīm": banning.
"Niqāb": a veil the woman puts on his face. It originally refers to an opening in something.
"Sufūr": uncovering, exposing, clarity. Travel was named "safar" because it exposes people’s true character.
"Ikhtimār": a woman's covering of her head with a veil. It is derived from "khimār", which means: what covers the head and part of the face of a woman; anything that covers something else.
A man who has no facial hair though he is past puberty.
Physical desire and need for women.
Mutual enjoyment between the spouses through sexual intercourse, foreplay, kissing, etc.
Outsiders who are not relatives.
A pubescent male from the children of Adam.
An elderly woman.
A husband's male relative, such as his father, paternal uncle, or his brother.
A set of qualities that distinguish females from males.