Feeble-minded person. One who
squander his/her property and gives away his/her property for useless things.
Fallen. Cast off foetus.
A girl who has reached the
age of Bulugh.
Obligatory Sajdahs. There
are 15 Ayas in the Holly Quran, which require immediate Sajdah for those
who recite or hear them. Four cases are obligatory and 11 cases are recommendatory
(Mustahab). The obligatory ones are as follows:
1- 21, 15, Surah Sajdah;
2- 24, 37, Surah Fosallat (Ha mim);
3- 27, last Aya, Surah Najm;
last Aya, Surah Alaq.
Recommendatory ones are as follows:
1- 9, last Aya,
2- 13, Ayat 15, Surah Rad;
3- 14, Ayat 49, Surah Nahl;
15, Ayat 107, Surah Osara;
5- 16, Ayat 58, Surah Maryam;
6- 17, Ayat 18,
7- 17, Ayat 77, Surah Hajj;
8- 19, Ayat 60, Surah Fourghan;
9-19, Ayat 25, Surah Namal;
10- 23, Ayat 24, Surah Suad;
11- 30, Ayat 21,
Sajdah of a praying
person for forgotten acts, which is described in Article 1272.
Sajdah for thanking.
Putting forehead on the ground for thanking the divine blessings.
Refer to Article 2172.
Solar year. One full
year which begins from the first estimation of ones properties until a
year after that and it must be always taken as the period of concerned
Price of goods.
Sarat bridge in the Day of Judgement.
Exchange of promissory
note with cash, which is less than its face value.
Islamic formula for Aqd.
Testifying oneness of
Allah and prophethood of the Holy Prophet of Islam (AS).
Indicator. Piece of wood or
pole, which is used for determining time of Zuhr.
Conditions that should
be observed by People of the Book in Islamic territories to enjoy safety
of life and property.
Founder of Islamic Shariah.
Allah the Almighty, the Holy Prophet (A.S)
Realization of all 9 conditions
mentioned in Article 2543 and becoming Mahram.
To become famous. To be disclosed
Shortened Namaz :
Spreading. Outbreak. To become
Similar Wage :
Compromise of parties. Forgoing
some property rights for the purpose of compromise and agreement.
Two thirds. Evaporation of
2/3 of boiled grape juice, which renders it Pak.
Half consumed food or water.
Sujood, Sajdah (Sujud):
Placing ones forehead, palms, knees and toes on the ground as a sign of
respect to Allah, which is an integral part of Namaz.