Pouring water all over the body with the intention to remove major ritual impurity, or to perform the recommended purification, or without any intention.
Covering the parts of the body that people find it embarrassing and shameful to reveal, especially during prayer, like the private parts.
The body parts that should be covered and which one feels shy about uncovering, such as the private parts and the buttocks.
"Ihtilām": seeing sexual intercourse or the like during sleep, whether this is accompanied by ejaculation or not. Other meanings: discernment, puberty.
"Wājib": required, established. It is derived from "wujūb", which means: requirement, establishment, falling.
"Nifās": childbirth. It is derived from "tanfīs", which means: coming out from the inside. It came to be used to refer to the blood discharged because of childbirth.
"Al-Qassah": white fluid that comes out at the end of the menses after the flow of blood stops.
"Manyy": semen; the water of the man or woman from which the fetus is formed. It is derived from "many", which means: spilling, pouring, determining. So, the man’s water is called "manyy" because it is poured forth (ejaculated), or because the fetus is determined and created from it.
Regaining mental faculties following a state of intoxication, mental illness, or fainting.
Purification done in order to perform a voluntary, not obligatory, act of worship.
Emergence of coarse hair around the genitals.
Water whose volume is less than two "qullahs" (200 liters).
When a man's penis loses its erection after penetration during sexual intercourse, so he does not ejaculate.
To wear a ring on one's finger.
The joints on the back side of the fingers.
Erection of a man's penis and its arousal due to sexual desire.
Pure water that has been heated through exposure to the sun.
Strands of hair interlaced with each other.
The back end of the turban that falls along the nape.
Swimming and moving through the water.
A body of rainwater remained after a torrent of rain.
"I‘wāz" is unavailability of water for purification after attempting to find it; actually unavailable or considered to be so under the Shariah.
Transparent liquid secreted by the body because of heat, sickness, and the like.