Perjury/False testimony - شَهادَة الزُّورِ

Intentionally giving a false testimony with the aim of deception.

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Seeking knowledge - طَلَبُ العِلْمِ

Diligence in learning the religion of Islam and its rulings that came from Allah and His Messenger as derived from the right sources.

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Guidance - إرْشادٌ

"Irshād": guidance, leading.

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Good manners/Politeness - أَدَبٌ

"Adab": good manners and noble actions. Its original meaning is calling, as it calls people to what is praiseworthy.

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Non-marriageable kin - مَحْرَمٌ

"Mahram": prohibition, prohibited thing, forbidden. Opposite: lawful. Original meaning of "tahrīm": banning.

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Greeting - تَحِيَّةٌ

"Tahiyyah": greeting, saying to someone "hayyak Allah", which means: May Allah give you life. It also refers to any word or deed said or done upon meeting between people, by way of honor.

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Knowledge - العِلْمٌ

"‘Ilm": knowledge. Opposite: ignorance. Other meanings: understanding, belief.

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Handshaking - مُصافَحَةٌ

"Musāfahah": placing one’s hand in the hand of another. It is derived from "sufh", which means: the side of something.

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Inability to speak or understand Arabic properly - عجمة

"‘Ujmah": inarticulateness. Original meaning denotes silence and refraining from speaking. It is derived from "a‘jami", which means: an inarticulate person who cannot speak properly or make his speech understood. If an Arab is described to have "‘ujmah", it means that he does not pronounce words properly.

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Extravagance - إِسْرَافٌ

"Isrāf": extravagance. Original meaning: exceeding the limit in everything. Opposite: moderation, reasonability. It is derived from "musrif", which means: extravagant. Other meanings: wastefulness, negligence, carelessness, causing damage, wasting, squandering, corruption, extremism, interruption.

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Excessiveness/Immoderation - إفراط

"’Ifrāt": exceeding the limits. "Mufrit": someone who exceeds the limits. Original meaning: removing something from its place. Other meanings: advancing, hastening, extremism, transgression, placing undue pressure beyond one’s ability.

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Manners of recitation - آدَابُ التِّلَاوَةِ

Apparent and hidden morals that one should assume when reciting the noble Qur’an.

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Immorality/Debauchery - فجور

"Fujūr": immorality and disobedience, like lying and adultery. Original meaning: going forth, spreading. It is also said to mean "tilting", as a "fāsiq" swerves away from the truth.

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Spreading Salam - إِفْشاءُ السَّلامِ

Spreading the greeting of Salam and extending it to every Muslim orally or in a written form.

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Altruism - إِيثارٌ

"Īthār": altruism, selflessness. Opposite: selfishness. Original meaning: giving precedence to something.

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Acquaintanceship - تَعارُفٌ

"Ta‘āruf": people getting acquainted with one another. It also means: asking for knowledge.

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Contemplation/Reflection - تَفَكُّـرٌ

"Tafakkur": reflecting, contemplating. Original meaning: hesitation of the mind regarding something.

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Guarding the tongue - حِفْظُ اللِّسانِ

Tījāniyyah

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Cheerfulness - طَلاقَةُ الوَجْهِ

Tījāniyyah

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Suppressing anger - كَظْمُ الغَيْظِ

Tījāniyyah

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Keeping secrets - كِتْمانُ السِّرِّ

Tījāniyyah

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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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Visiting the sick - عِيادَةٌ

"‘Iyādah": visiting. It is derived from "‘awd", which indicates repeating an action or returning (to doing something).

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Gazing freely - إطْلَاقُ البَصَر

Gazing intentionally at what Allah has prohibited.

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Offense - إِساءَةٌ

Saying or doing what is disgraceful and deserving of criticism.

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Cordial entrance - اسْتِئْناسٌ

Entering in a gentle way that brings reassurance, safety, and delight.

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Answering - إجابة

Fulfilling a request by an action, statement, or gesture, and the like.

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Praise - مَدْحٌ

Praising someone by mentioning his good characteristics, whether related to his appearance or intentional conducts.

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Bidding farewell - وَدَاعٌ

"It is taking leave of someone with words or actions when parting from them.

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Snooping/Eavesdropping - مُسارَقَةٌ

Looking at or listening to others secretly without their knowledge and consent.

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Isolation/Seclusion - عُزْلَةٌ

Refraining from mixing with people and secluding oneself from them.

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Strutting - تَبَخْتُرٌ

The way an arrogant and self-conceited person walks.

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Trifling harm/Annoyance - أذى

A trifling harm that one suffers, whether in his soul, body, or property.

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Candor - مُصارَحَةٌ

That a speaker or writer expresses his opinion clearly and explicitly without any ambiguity.

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Mockery - سُخْرِيَّة

Mocking others verbally or physically due to a defect or the like in an offending manner.

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Exasperation/Rage - غَيْظٌ

Internal rage that a person feels because of harm inflicted on him by another and his inability to vent that feeling.

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Listening - سَماعٌ

Any beautiful sound that a person enjoys listening to.

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Imprudence - طَيْشٌ

Impetuousness that causes the person to lose control over himself when something provokes him.

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Frowning - عُبُوسٌ

Frowning and showing displeasure while meeting someone.

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Kind treatment/Kind companionship - حُسْنُ العِشْرَةِ

Fulfillment of others' rights when dealing with them and refraining from hurting them.

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Weak resolve - صِغَرُ الهِمَّةِ

Weakness of the soul and its lack of desire to pursue high ranks.

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Endearment - توَدُّدٌ

Endearing oneself to someone else seeking his love.

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Bad example - القُدْوَةُ السَّيِّئَةُ

Anyone who is an example to be followed in evil and mischief.

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Willpower/High aspiration - عُلُوُّ الهِمَّةِ

Aspiring to the highest possible form of perfection for oneself and others and rejecting imperfection and inferiority.

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Auxiliary sciences - عُلُومُ الآلَةِ

A number of sciences which are used as a means to understanding the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

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Lying down - اضْطِجاعٌ

Lying down on the ground on one's side.

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Riding behind someone - إرْدافٌ

It is when a rider allows someone else to ride behind him on his mount.

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Eavesdropping - اسْتِراقُ السَّمْعِ

Secretly listening to someone without their permission.

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Asking permission - اِسْتِئْذانٌ

Asking permission from the members of a household to enter their house.

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Myrtle - آسٌ

An evergreen, fragrant tree, with oval leaves and white or pink blooms, having aromatic scented fragrance.

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Jug - إِبْرِيقٌ

A container with a handle and a spout from which liquids are poured.

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Honored person - أَثِيرٌ

A person of dignified status who is favored over others.

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Expansion/Increase - تَبَسُّطٌ

Expansion and increase in spending on food and it's like.

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Siesta/Nap - قيلولة

"Qayloolah": midday sleep or rest without sleeping.

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Tongue - لِسانٌ

The fleshy muscular organ in the mouth of a human used for tasting, licking, swallowing, and articulating speech.

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Food for a returnee - نَقِيعَةٌ

Food made for a returning traveler.

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Walking - مَشْيٌ

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

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The Conjunction 'if' - لَوْ

An article that denotes wishing. It indicates that the occurrence of the second clause is conditional upon the occurrence of the first clause.

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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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Seeking light - اِسْتِضاءَةٌ

Benefiting from the light of the bulb, the fire, the sun, or the like.

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Seeking shade - اِسْتِظْلالٌ

Benefiting of the shade in order to avoid sunlight.

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Listening - إصغاء

Listening carefully with paying full attention.

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Obscenity/Foul language - بَذاءَةٌ

Foul speech, even if it is true.

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Contemplation - تَأَمُّلٌ

Looking thoughtfully at something for a long time with the purpose of remembering and understanding it.

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Visiting the sick - عِيَادَةُ الْمَرِيْض

To visit a person suffering from sickness or weakness that left him unhealthy.

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Beginning with the left - تَشامُلٌ

To start doing things with the left hand, the left leg, or the left side.

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Conduct/Way - هدي

The manner one adopts in his words, actions, and beliefs.

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Dodging - تَهَرُّب

Eluding prior commitment to one's responsibilities and freeing one's liability thereof gradually.

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