"Waswasah": covert voice and speech. Other meanings: vain self-talk, evils, and bad thoughts.
"Siwāk": small twig used for brushing one’s teeth. It is derived from "sawk", which means inclining, moving. Other meanings: brushing, rubbing.
"Sūrah": appearance, shape. Other meanings: description, copy of an original.
"‘Abath": engaging in frivolous actions, doing useless things.
Leaning against something and using it for support with any part of the body.
Placing one or both hands on the middle of the body during prayer.
Seizing something swiftly in plain sight and running away with it.
Failure to do something as prescribed by the Shariah.
Multiple words that express a comprehensible meaning.
The sound someone makes while coughing.
Passing by a place without stopping.
The places where camels are used to residing and resting, whether perpetually or only temporarily for the purpose of drinking water and the like.
A piece of garment, veil, or the like used to cover the mouth or the nose.
When a person sits during prayer with his buttocks stuck to the ground, his legs held upright, and his hands placed on the ground.
Wearing the garment over one's head or shoulders and letting its edges hang down on both sides, without lifting any of them, while wearing what covers one's "‘awrah" (what should be covered of the body).