The times set by Shariah for the performance of prayers.
The direction the Muslims face in prayer.
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.
"Mawāqīt" (sing. miqāt): the time or place designated for a certain action.
"Isbāl": letting down. Original meaning: to let something hang down from a high place to a lower one, or extending something.
"Tamyīz": isolating and sorting out something; keeping something away; separating and distinguishing between similar things.
"Al-Qassah": white fluid that comes out at the end of the menses after the flow of blood stops.
"Hadath": urine or the like that comes out of the anus or genitals. It is derived from "hudūth", which means: occurrence, happening anew.
A designated area used for answering the call of nature.
Delaying performing the Zhuhr prayer from the beginning of its due time to its last time during extreme heat.
The time between the break of dawn and sunrise.
Repelling something and preventing it from happening
A niche in the wall of the masjid in the direction of the "qiblah" (prayer direction) where the imam stands to lead the prayer.
The stage in a human being's life in which he approaches puberty.
Something contrary to what is correct without intention.
Anything that covers the body or part of it, whether made of wool, leather or the like.
The places where camels habitually stay.
The time between the disappearance of the red twilight until the end of the first third of the night.
Anything that covers one's body or part of it, whether it is made of wool, leather, or the like.
Hours and time periods.
The left hand, opposite to the right hand.
A mental illness similar to insanity that leads to delirium.
A type of clothing woven from natural silk.
The houses and residences that surround a city.
Soft garments woven from thin natural threads produced by the silkworm.
The places where camels are used to residing and resting, whether perpetually or only temporarily for the purpose of drinking water and the like.
Someone who does not have clothes on his body
Removing the cover off something and disclosing it.
The meal eaten at the end of the day and the beginning of the night.
Husband and wife sleeping under one cover together.
A person who merges letters together when speaking in a way that is different from the merging of letters that is spoken by normal people.
Realizing an intended goal by speech or action.