"Ta‘addi": oppression, transgression. Original meaning: exceeding the limit. Opposite: justice. Other meanings: corruption, causing harm.
The wounds in a person’s head or face.
Bones of the fingers and toes.
A sum of money refunded to the buyer to compensate him for a flaw in the product.
Expulsion of the fetus from the womb before it is fully grown or before completing the period of pregnancy.
A head wound that cuts the skin and tears the flesh but does not cause bleeding.
It is when the injury and its effect extend to other part of the body
Doing to a wrongdoer as he did to his victim (of physical harm).
The apparent parts of the body that are attached to the human body.
The joints on the back side of the fingers.
Dysfunction of a bodily organ.
The visible fleshy part that surrounds the mouth.
The edge of the eyelid, on which eyelashes grow.
Exiting of the fetus from the mother's belly and disconnecting from it before completing its due time.
Use of flaming fire to bring about an effect on an item.
The known body organ that extends from the hand or foot.
A head injury that reaches the periosteum, which is the thin membrane that surrounds the skull, between the bone and the flesh.
The bone (tooth) growing inside the human mouth.
Essential parts of the body.
The one who cannot utter meaningful words, whether congenitally or due to a reason.
Damaging something by totally destroying it or eliminating its usefulness by the action of an animal or something else.
The one who cannot see in sunlight.
Any tooth other than the incisors (front teeth) and canines.
The curved bones that form the rib cage and side bones.
What entails no liability on anyone in terms of retribution or blood money or value.
The uppermost part of the body that contains the eyes, mouth, nose and ears.
It is a nerve cord that is connected to the brain and runs down through the spine until the bottom of the backbone.
A hard bone located in the upper part of the nose.
An injury to the head or face that fractures the bones and dislocates them.
Inability to pronounce some Arabic letters correctly either by leaving out a letter, replacing it, or repeating it.
The area where the human forearm is connected to the hand.
A hard, bony material that covers the tips of the fingers and toes of humans and some animals.
The edges of the eyelids, where the hair of the eyelashes grows. When closing the eyes, the "ashfār" come together.
A person who permanently and completely loses the ability to use one of their limbs.
A man whose beard only grows on his chin and not on his cheeks.
The ability of the eye to see tangible things.