A DICTIONARY OF

RELIGIOUS TERMS
English - Arabic
Dr. Abdullah Abu-Eshy AI-Maliki Dr. Abdul-Latif Sheikh-Ibrahim
Department ofEnglish & Translation
Faculty ofArabic & Social Sciences
Islamic University ofImam ~ M u h a m m a d Ibn Saud
Southern Branch at Abila
1997 I 1418
Foreword ................................................................................ v
English-Arabic Part of Dictionary......................................... 1
Arabic-English Part of Dictionary......................................... '
Selected References............................................................... 163
Appendix 1 : Formulas, Expressions & Prophetic Sayings ... ' '\""
Appendix 2 : Religious Terms Explained ............................... 'v""
Appendix 3 : Allah's Names .................................................... 'o.'
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In the Name of Allah,
the Compassionate, the l\1erciful
FOREWORD
Verily, all praise is due to God, Allah the Almighty. We praise Him and
seek His help and forgiveness. And we seek refuge in Allah from the evils of
our own selves and from our bad deeds. Whosoever has been guided by
Allah, none can misguide him. And whosoever has been misguided, none can
guide him. We bear witness that there is no deity but Allah, being alone,
without partner or associate. And we further bear witness that Muhammad
is His bondsman and messenger.
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Aaron
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abandon

abandonment

prayer
Abel
aberration
abhor


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Abide
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the greater- ; the major (if the
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whole body
to do
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to invalidate ­
to perform (ritual) ­
abode
"And that is the worst-. "(HQ- 2: 126)
the A - ofBliss
the eternal-
to have an- in Paradise
to make/ have one's- in Fire
abominable
abominations
abortion
Abraham
the maqam (i. e place o.fworship) (?f
Prophet-
abrogate
-d
absolution
absolve
to be -dfrom Ihram
abuse v.
abuse n.
abusing
accompany
accord n.
"He who does good ofhis own-" (HQ­
2: 158)

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to- honour (and respect) to the neighbour rfo.
account n. <.rl..............l
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to call sb. to ­ (L.i)l!)
accountable JJ.J.-.o
to be -for actions .UL...c.i .)c.
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to be- hy Allah 4..\11 t 4..\11
accusation I..F"J : :
accuse
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accuser
false -
acquittal Ji U=Jll w) .:,..)
act v. LA
to- corruptly l.:lU
to- dishonestly ..P-:.
to ­ on sh. 's advice L. J_...,y
actn. J.i:
to indulge in doubtful -s ..;.,4+!JI .} ti:!
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admonish lL-.1:
admonition .s..,.Sj : : :
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ahatlith pl. (See hatlith.)
alcoholic

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the Eternal

Allah
allegiance
a pledge
to give a pledge to swear-; to owe- to

sb.
All-Embracing, the
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alleviate

to ­ sb. 's suffering
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All-Hearing, the
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All-Knowing, the
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allure
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allurement
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allusion
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Almighty, the
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alms
almsgiving
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alteration

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alternation '":'JIZ
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the - (if the Night and the Day
altruism
altruist
altruistic
amass
Amen!
amputate
amputation
amulet
angel
anger
-restrainer
to control oneself in a fit (if­
animal
a beaten-
a tossed-
the - to be slaughtered
the offered-
anklet
annotation
annulment
judicial- (if marriage
apostasy
-from a religion
apostate
apostle
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Allah's A­
appeal
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appearance
a good-of
appointment
- ofsuccesvor
approach
"And do not-- them until they are
cleamed "(HQ- 2:222)
appropriate
to- a right
arbiter
Archangel Gabriel
archbishop
argument
lo have an - ·with
argumentation
aright
"Wei only seek to put ihings-."
(HQ- 2: 11)
to set-
Ark, the
armpit
arrogant
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articulate
to - the intention
ascend
to - to heaven
ascension
A- to the seven heavens
ascent
the Way ofA-
ascetic
to become an ­
asceticism
ascribe
to- no partner to Allah
whoever intentionaly -s something to
me falsely
ashamed
to feel- in the sight (if Allah
assembly
in an-
to make mention ojsb. in an-
associate v.
to - otherslanythinglgod'l ·with Allah
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associate n.
astray
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to lead-
astrologer
astrology
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atheism
atheist
atheistic
atone
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(HQ- 2:271)
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attest
-to sth.
attestation
-ofa witness's honourable record
attribute n.
attribute v.
to - to sh. that which he has not said
aunt
paternal­
maternal-
austerity
authentic
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a chain of-
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authorized
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avail
"Then guard yourselves against a day
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(HQ-2:-18)
avert
to- eyes from
avow
to- a sin
avowed
an -enemy
await
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aware
the Aware
awe
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backbite
backbiter
backbiting
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backbone
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backslide
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bad
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one who speaks - words
badness
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Lesser­

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bangle
banishment
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bankrupt

togo­
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bankruptcy

banner
under the -(if
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baptism
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baptist
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baptize
barefooted
bargain n.
to enter into
bargain l'.
deceitfully
barren

barter
'Those who have -ed guidance
for error." (HQ- 2: /6)
battalion
bear
to- sth. patiently for Allah's sake
beard
-ed
beardless
beast
(dumb) -s
bedeck
She herself.
befall
"Affliction and adversity befell them."
(HQ- 2:21-1)
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beget
"He not, nor was He begotten . "
(HQ- 112:3)
beguile
"They think Allah" (HQ- 2:9)
belief
believe
ill
-firmly
be/in•ing men & women
believer
"A -is not stung twice out ofone and
the same hole." (Pl)
a- in the oneness ofAllah
0 B -s
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belittle
belongings
to hoist sh. \
Beneficent, the
benevolence
to do sth. in sh.
benevolent
Benign, the
bequeath
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bequest
to make a­
bestow
God has -ed health and wealth
on/upon him.
to -favours upon
betray
"And whenever he is entrusted, he -s."
(PT)
betrayal
Beware!
-ofthe supplication ofthe oppressed 1
- ofdoing slh. 1
"- ! They do spread disorder. "
(HQ- 2:12)
bewitch
to be -edand maddened by the de vii's
touch
Bible, the
Biblical
bid
,J II
"Do, therfore, as you are -uen.
(HQ- 2:68)
bier
biography
the- ofProphet Muhammad (PBUH)
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the of the narrator
bishop
black art
blackmail
blame
"There is no- on you." (HQ- 2:233)
blaspheme
blasphemer
blasphemy
"You should not
(HQ- 2: 102)
Blazing Fire, the
bleeding
womb period\·
bless
blessed
blessing
"Allah depril'es interest ofall-."
(HQ- 2:276)
The Prophet invoked a 011 sb.
blood money
bloodshed
bondage
-to Allah
bondman
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bondsman
(also bondman)
bondwoman
Book, the
the -s ' • .. . ,!I
the Earliest -s ..)}'1\ <....i::.......l
the -s ofMoses
boon
booty
boundary
Allah's -ies
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to set -ies

bounds
to keep within the -sfixed by Allah

bountiful
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"Allah is most-." (HQ- 2: 105)
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bounty

bow •'·
"And- with those rl'ho -. "(HQ- 2:-13)
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bow n.
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bower

bowing L-.:c.s_J \ e__,___s)l
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u.o c--rJ
branch

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-ojlman
breach
-ofpromise
break
to - a covenant
brethren
the Muslim ­
bribe n.
bribe v.
bribery
bridal
-money
brigand
brigandry
bring
to - sb. back to life
brocade ; heavy brocade
brothel
brotherhood
to establish a bond of­
Buddhism
Buddhist
Buddhistic
burden
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"On no soul does Allah place a­
greater than it can bear"
(HQ- 2:286)
burial
bury
to - sb. alive
Cain
calamity
to he afflicted with ­
caliph
the rightly-guided C-s
call n.
-in the cause ofAllah
the - to prayer
call "·
to - had names
to - sh. to account
to - to prayer
callous
callousness
calumniate
calumniator
calumny
to go ahout with -ies
camel
-s
one-year old he - ­
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two-year old he - ­
camphor
canon
-soj!slam
canon law
captive
cardinal
care
carrion
cast
''Do not-yourselves into ruin with
your own hand'>." (HQ- 2: 195)
to be- in Hell-fire
casuistry
catastrophe
Catholics
Catholicism
cause
without just­
cauterizing
cautery
cave
the C- (ifHira'
cemetery
certitude
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authority (or authorities)
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sound- of authority
chant
to- for the camels
chapter
the Opening C-
charge n.

in of
those committed to sb. 's
charge v.
Before he died, the man -dhis sons,
saying ....
charitable
a-deed
charity
to give (away) sth.
chaste
The Prophet orders us to he
to slander women
chasteness
chastise
chastisement
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22
the
chastity
choose
Christendom
circumambulation
the Ka'ba
circumcision
circumcise
circumstances
in
Christian
Christianity
Christianization
Christianize
Christmas
church
claimant
The onus ofproof rests on the
clapping
cleanse
oneself after defecation
clemency
clement
thee-
clergy
clergyman
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sth. that -s
clipping

cloak
cloth
below-waist ­

clot
coercion
combination

command v.
your children to perform
prayer .... " (PT)
"Now do what you are (HQ-2:68)
command n.
interdictions
commander
of the Faithful
commandment
the Ten
commendable
commit
to
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to - to memmy
common sense
those who have
Communion
Communism
Communist
Communistic
community
the-
commutation
-<ifpenalty
Companion
-s ofProphet Muhammad
the Venerable -s
companionship
"Who is more entitled to be treated
with the best - ? "
company
in the- of
compassion
"And Allah has- on (Hi$) bondmen."
(HQ- 2: 207)
out of-for sb.
to take on sb.
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compatibility
compatible (with)
compensation
to hope for -from Allah
compile
-d books
complementary
-to
comprehend
compulsion
compulsory
a-deed
conceal
"What they- and what they reveal. "
(HQ- 2: 77)
conceitedness
concoct
a -ed chain oftransmission
concubinage
concubine
condemn
condolence
to offer one's -s
conduct
injurious ­
rules of­
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26
wrongful­
confirm
"It -s the Scriptures which they
already possessed" (HQ- 2:89)
confound
"At this the disbeliever was -ed"
(HQ- 2:89)
to - truth with falsehood
confuse
congregational
-prayer(s)
conjecture
conjugal
-rights
consanguinity
conscience
consciousness
God-­
consecrate
"And what has been -d to any
name other than that ofAllah."
(HQ- 2:173)
consecration
-clothes
to finish­
consequence
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consensus
consent v.
to- to sth.
consent n.
by mutual­
consolation
consult
-your heart
consultation
mutual-
contemplate
contemplation
contempt
to hold sb. in ­
content adj.
content n.
content v.
to be -ed with
contract n.
contract v.
to- a debt
controversial
a- issue
contumacy
converse

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Two should not -secretly to the
exclusion ofa third companion.
conversion
-to
convert v.
to - sb. into Islam
convert n.
new -s to I slam
conviction
Copt
the -s
corporal
-punishment
corrupt adj.
corrupt v.
corruption
to spread­
cottage cheese
couches ; raised couches
counsel
C-me!
I- you to fear Allah.
court
religious­
.l:!..I:Jo. ""::'.l... .Jl ! .:WJ .) J;.i.J.ll
J_,_.,..:ill
J ul! JM : ..,i l.i:J

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U'jl
.!L'I)
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4.r' ...>:-.: • .

•;J,ll <.S _,i:i: Ji
covenant
to break Allah's­
to fulfil the -which Allah has taken
from him
to make a-
to make a solemn ­
-s
covenant
the -ed
crave
I- Allah's protection from ....
create
-d beings
creation
Creator, the
"The Creator ofthe heavens and the
earth." (HQ- 2: 1 17)
creature
creed
creeping
criterion
thee-
the C- ofright and wrong
..
Cross, the
the sign ofthe-


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crucifiction <:' I
crucify
cruel
Crusader

Crusades, the

cubit
t!.;.l
cult (t!W:t : Ji

cupping

curator

curse n. L.iL!
-against sb.
L.... ..)c. .,1..:::. ..
''May Allah's- be upon the
(A'\ : '0 _fo.ll) ._,lc. .ull 4..W,i"
disbelievers." (HQ- 2: 89)
curse v.
one who -s others
30
darkness
utter­
pitch­
David
the bookoj­
da'wah
dawn
-prayer
day
the Last D­
dead
-meat
the dead
"Thus God brings the ­
(HQ-2:73)
Deafening Noise, the
dealings
to have - with sb.
death
in the throes of­
debate
debt
D

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to life. "
(YT' : o.fo.ll) • . ._;;_,...11 .illjS"
J-l...a:i
LA 1 LA (::"" J..\.4!
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31
to contract a ­
debtor
''And ifthe - is in straitened
circumstances" (HQ- 2: 280)
deceive
decent
decency
deception E)Ji.
..
calculated­

deceptive
e'u
decree n.
the Night ofD­ .l...-..ill
.) ­
God'sD- <i.lll
. , L
decree v.

"When He -sa thing, He merely says, • . .< .• •.< .u J - wu ; 1 tjl •
1...)-' _.93:! • .JA ..r- ·-'
'be,' and there it is." (HQ- 2: 117)
(' 'v : ofo.ll)
dedication garb
o-ol.rl
deduction

analogical- l.___,i
\.)" ­
deed
a good­
good-s
a bad-
the best of-s JL..c':/IJ.-..;:.91
charitable -s
.JP..I' J..c : wl.......=.!
32
The reward ofa good- is multiplied
ten times.
defamation
defect
defendant
deferment
to ask/or­
deficient
mentally­
defile
defilement
deification
deify
deity
false -ties

the ,\,'upreme D­
deliberate
delight
the offaith
deliver
to sh. from slh.
delusion
denomination
deny
deposit



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33
34
deprive
"Allah -s interest ofall blessing."
(HQ- 2:276)
descendants
descent
desecration
desert
to -one's Muslim brethren
desirable
desire
"If you were to yield to their-s."
(HQ- 2:120)
desist
-from
"If they-" (HQ- 2: 192)
to -from doing mischiefto people
despair
to- ofsth.
despised
"Be apes- andhated (or rejected)!"
(HQ- 2:65)
despotism
destination
destiny
deter
deterrence

(W'\ : ofo..ll) ".lull dJ.ll
L:!.;j
t ! t
.J:i! L......l111 .JII.O:j\
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t 4.;
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. .hli.
tJA ­
"'-"""u.
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deterrent
detested
Deuteronomy
deviate
to-from
deviation
devil, the
devilish
- insinuation/prompting
devoted
those- to Allah
devotee
devotion
"And stand before Allah with- (in a
devout frame ofmind)." (HQ-2:238)
to retreat I retire for-
retiring into a mosque for ­
devotional calls
devout
in a -frame ofmind
devoutness
diminish
"Let him not -from the terms which
have been settled." (HQ- 2:282)
"Charity does not- wealth. " (PT)
eJ';
O.Jfo
ol.;.,:lll .;u....i j&....


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.jc- -' ._.

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! E.J.J !
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uL..S:;c.'11
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35
36
diminution
faith
dirty
language
disaster
disbelief
to revert to
disbeliever
discerning
discernment
discharge
nocturnal
post-

woman's
birth
in a stale ofbirth
disciple
disclose
"What they hide and what they "
(HQ- 2:
discord
discredit
to - a witness
discrpancy
discretion
wt...:.ll!
w'v.:.'/
1
wl.....:.i.i

(J_,ill 0->)
L:JJ!
pl c)! ..lY-;!
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oi.;-JI yt...: JI.,J!:

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t;t....:u.
to reach the age of­

discretionary
-punishment

disdain !J.).lj:
disgrace n. JL..;.
in- f' _,.i..
disgrace v.
dishevelled
disliked I>J_;-.S..4
disobedience

-to parents L,8.lll _,ll J_,ic
disobedient
-wife
disobey
those Allah
disorder
"Be>Fare I They do spread -. ''
(HQ-2:12)
disown
.l...i.. ! .{:. l . l
. - .r-: ..,... J+l::
to son
• u-- ik
• ' .• 1:.., .l.u
display
VOJ'-:. iJ ·­
"to charm
414 ! l..j.l.fJ ! r;,.fi.
disposer J-...:SJ
the D- ofall creatures
disposition J-...:.a
natural-
>J:!Y:·: J.!..
37
38
dispute n.
marital-
dispute v.
to- with sb.
dissemblance
dissemble
dissemination
-of/slam
dissenter
-s
dissident
-s
dissimulation
dissolute
dissoluteness
distress
DayofD­
divide
to - between husband and wife
divine
-decree/destiny
- inspiration
-ordinance
-power
-statute
diviner
J..l4:
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JW! "l....:IJ
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4J/1 0 j.lil\
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divorce n.
absolute­
revocable­
revocation of­
irrevocable ­
triple-
divorce v.
to - one's wife irrevocably
divorce'
divorced
-women
triply­
divorcee
divorce'e
divulge
to- a secret
documentation
Hadith­
domicile
dominion
"The -of the heavens and the earth."
(HQ- 2 ,· 107)
donate
donation
donor
doom
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J)lb
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39
40

"Theirs will be an awful-." (HQ-2: 10)
"A is in store for them. "
(HQ- 2:10)
Doomsday
knowledge of­
double-faced
doubtful
- matterslacts
to avoid- matters
dower
dowry ; dowery
prompt­
deferred­
draw
to- sb. little by little
to - sb. by degrees
dreadful
a- torment
a-doom
dream
a wet-
drinking
drunkard
(\. : >_;i;ll)
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e-.;=
r--Jc
Jj!
cl.!J.l ..;;.... ! <.!JL.Jj ! ! Y:!.J.A

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.:i.....:il:JI "-""'


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due
to give sb. his ­
duress
under-
what sb. does under ­
dutifulness
-to parents
duty
an enjoined­
an individual ­
religious -ties
_,l) 4,..
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41
E
ear
''And give to Our Commandments."
(HQ- 2:104)
''A grain ofcorn which produces seven
(""' :0
<..H
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••


...:..:w1
(HQ- 2:261)
earlobe
earnest
0-H.F­

U>!yJI
earth



. '
ease n.

''Allah desires for you ease; He does not
".j.-.ll "...ll .lJ.Y.."
desire hard'>hip for you." (HQ-2: 185)
(\AO; o_foll)
ease v.

to- nature .1. . ­

Easter

ecclesiastical

E- Council
.,...uws
dignatories
.JI.f!.
eclipse
u..,....s t
lunar­

solar-
u_,__....s!l
43
44
-ofthe moon
-ofthe sun
A solar - has occurred.
ecumerical
-movement
effeminacy
effeminate
ejaculation
elbow
emancipate
emancipation
embalm
embezzle
"If he is entusted with sth., he -s." (PT)
embezzlement
embrace
to -Islam
embracement
eminence
His E-­
emissary
enchanter
encircle
"Allah is -ling the disbelievers. "(HQ-2:19)
encompass
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JS-H

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encompassed
- by forms ofhardship
-by lusts
encyclical
endeavour n.
endowment

private­


Ministry of
endurance
enemy
an
enjoin
to- what is right
1
good and to forbid
is evil
to righteousness
"To- a good action is a charity."
to sth. upon
to on
1
upon sb. to do sth.
The Prophet (PBUH) to be generous
Islam certain duties.
enjoir.ed
an
enshroud
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:.).s.J4
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45
46
enshrouding
enslaving
entertain
A guest has the right to be -edfor three
days.
entrust
to deliver up/fulfil that which is -ed to sb.
entwining
enuresis
nocturnal-
envier
envious (person)
envy n.
out of-
to practise ­
envy v.
"Do not - one another" (PT)
equal
to set up-s to/with Allah
"You should not set up-s to rank with
Allah." (HQ- 2:22)
equitable
on-terms

Ji ya.ll -.rAill J)l
Ji yya.ll

r
L....l
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J.;;JI o-J...
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J.....wo:lo.
•. l_,.l..>h.."'l.
Jft..!J....i
iJb;l .u!l u.JJ 0-"
(n:o.. iJb.i1.ui
"The parties should either hold together
on - terms or separate with kindness. "
(HQ- 2: 229)
erudite
escort
to - the deceased to his final resting place
establish
to -prayer
establishment
-ofprayer
eternal
theE­
theE-, Absolute
eternity
ethical
Eucharist, the
eulogy
euphemism
evangelical
evangelist
evangelism
evangelize
even
-number
everlasting
theE­
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tJ J.Aj'J' I tJ
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47
48
evidence
circumstantial­
conclusive ­
evil
the lesser of the bvo -s
toforbid what is­
-- doing
May- befall him !
to do - things
-intent
-doer
What an-man
He whose neighbour does not feel safe
from his-
exalt
exalted
"l71en know that Allah is E- in power,
Wise. "(HQ- 2:209)
£-in Might
excess
excessive cold
exegesis
Qur'anic­
exegetist
exhort
exhortation
L...l:.ft
J.Jj..l
! !
\...b.l
fi.W\ uc
Jy.cl! J#
uL_p
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existentialism
existentialist
exodus
expend
I
"And who - ofwhat We have bestowed on
them." (HQ- 2:3)
to -great efforts
expiate
expiation
-fora sin
expiatory
-fast
extol
to- Allah
extortion
extravagance
extravagant


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F
fabricate
to- a lie against
fabricated
- hadith
fabrication
slanderous ­
facilitate
"F- things for the people and do not make
things difficult for them. " (PT)
faction
faith
articles of­
ingood­
1affinn my- in Allah.
delight of­
faithfulness
faithless
faithlessness
fall
-in with sb.
"When they- in with those who believe .... "
(HQ- 2:J.I)
Jil:l

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51
52
fallacious
fallacy
falsehood
"F- does not approach it from before O"
behind it." (HQ- 41:42,:
False Messiah
falseness
falsity
famine
fanatic
fanaticism
fast
to observe the- qfRamdar.
a person observing ­
to break one's ­
-breaking
-charity
voluntary/vowed­
expiatory-
fasting
to give up­
fatalism
fate
inescapable ­
father
HeavenlyF­
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tt.bu. 0fi ! U:Jtt.

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.;.ull
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favour
"Allah's
fear n.
"There shall come upon them neither
shall they grieve." (HQ- 2:62)
fearv.
Allah I
fill
to eat to one's
financial

finger-nail
fire
bla::ing
firmaments
flatter
flattery
fleeting life, the
flight

fling
flog
fold
to bring sh. into the Islam
folk

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53
54
the Muslim common
follow
and whoever followed in their footsteps
following
footstep
to follow the of the devil/..')atan
and whoever followed in their-s
forbearance
to show -andforgiveness
forbearing
theF­
forbid
Allah has -den you to be undutiful to your
mothers.
God forbid!
To- an evil action is a charity.
-ding that which is abominable
forbiddance
forbidden
-things
forbidding
- that which is abominable
forefather
-s
forego ( = forgo)

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4: i...i.L...

"Unless they- it .... " (HQ- 2:237)
forenoon
the- prayer
forensic
-medicine
foreteller
forge
to- a tradition!hadith
forged
-statement
to give -statement
a- tradition or hadith
forgive
forgiveness
to ask (for) Allah's­
to solicit God's ­
forgo(= fm·ego)
fornicate
fornication
fornicator
forsake
to -a religion
fortitude
to seek help with ­
fortune-teller
foster
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55
56







fosterage
fostership
foul
foundations
/slmic Jurisprudence
four at a time
fraternity
fraternization
fraud
fraudulent
free adj.
free v.
freemason
freemasonic
freemasonary
free-thinker
fretful
friendship
fugitive
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a
fulfil
to covenant
fundamentals
- ojreligimv1slam
funeral
-procession
to follow a -procession/to accompany
to attend- rites
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G
Gabriel
J:->:+
gambling

garb
IJ"L..rl
pilgrim­
ilr- <Y'L;l
Gardens
-ofDelight
-ofEternity ...::.L.i;>.
garment .;ljj ! y,.J ! 0"4l
outer -for a female yl_.4
the let down one's
to put 011 a wrap and a
)j'jl
gather

"And know• that you will he -ed before
(". r : oP,I) .Y! ,._s.;11_,..J.:.IJ"
Him." (HQ- 2:203)
Genesis ol.;fol .;u....i U:.,s.:;.ll
genitals 0.;,Jllll !
genuine J:....:!l: J.ll.....::l u..llj .;#-:
"Ifyou are-." (HQ- 2:23}
(Y'i : oP,I) uf
give

to be -n to prayer
o")\....:J4 J!:.....
to- sth. awayfor Allah's sake

to -up sth.

59
60
glaring
a -fact
gluttony
glorification
Allah
glorify
gluttonous
go apart
sh.
God
() (in'af- '
for sake
( ioJ h/ess you .'
god
afalse
Godfearing (or God-fearing)
-people
godhead
Some sects chum -for a certam person
godhood
godliness
God's Decree
godly
!he­
· persons
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jyJL....,JI


-and Magog
r F-L., r F-4
Goliath

good

the doers of­

goodness
Gospel, the
J.A.-.'¥1
canonic -s lA..l.lc
3
) J,.::;..L-':;1
of.John

the of !,uke

the-- ofAfark

the - ofAiatthew
_;,...
gossip

A pilgrim shoultJ not indulge Ill and idle
. ,.._u1 uc J rwl
talk.
grace
"Ifit had not heenfor the grace ofAllah"
(ff(J- 2·6-1)
hy Allah\­
-G...::..J_,.WI
gracious
UJJJ
the most(/­
.WI .yo)
grand
J--:1#.
(;- Ulema
• We. J4S) -. w.JI J4S
gratitude

out of- to God

Greater Bairam

greediness

61
62
greedy
greet
greetings
to return the
grief
to remove a distressing sb.
grievance
grieve
"Nor shall (HQ- 2:38}
ground
without
grudge
to nurse sb.
to have against sb.
guard
yourself against the fire .... "
(HQ-2:24)
yourself against a day ... "
(HQ- 2:./8)
Guardian-Lord, the
guardian
the ofan orphan

the Eternal
guardianship
guidance

,.($_}.: !

J'._n.
: ,.'_;.j.

(J.,#.

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3
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\
divine- :
to ask Allah the Almighty for- in sth.
\... i . <\.il\ . ­

guide n.
pilgrims'­
guide v.
guided
the rightly-­

the rightly-- Caliphs
)\ ..ill:JI
guilt
guiltless
63
H
hadith
a Qudsi (divine)
..r".li6;.l.:l..
an agreed upon ""->lc. -·- ..::.U.l.:l..
- (.jUA ­
an authentic/authoritative
a good and
a
a rejectable !repudiated .l_j.ly> 6;.l.:l..
a transmitted/handed down J.,...iL. 6;.l.:l..
a I an unreliable
a good/fair ­
an unfamiliar-
a famous/well-known
a suspended
a traceable - t_,;Y' 6;.l.:l..
an untraceable
ui9.JA 6;.l.:l..
a chain of­
scholars of­
collections 6;.b..l\
ham ·, ii
Han halite

Hanbalitic

hardship
65
66
forms
harm n.
There should be neither harming nor

to restrain oneself from to others
harm v.
harmful
removing a thing from the road
harsh
harshness
hateful
haughtiness
haughty

headcloth
hearing
the facully of­
heathen
heaven
the lowest-
Heaven
Hebraic
Hebrew
heifer
heir
Hell

(S.li
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tllll
(o • ) o
·- ..)AT

helpless
the-
believers
Hercules
Hereafter, the
heresy
innovator (<?!a -)
heretic
heretical
a
heritage

heterodox
heterodoxy
Hijrah
Hira'
the Cave of­
hire
to a workman
hoarding
holiness

holy
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i ! •• ,;.,;.,..

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JiJ-A
jl.l.l\ ! !
JJ.>" i tc.-1: ! ..# ! .ti.llj !
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67
68
the
the Qur'an
the Mosque
the H- Sunnah
the H- Ka'bah
a-man
honour
hoopoe
hospitality
to show- to one's guest
Hour, the
portents/signs of the H­
House, the
people ofthe ­
hue
-andcry
human
the -s
the -and the )inn
"Were the -s ofyou and the )inn ofyou .... "
(PT)
humble
the- minded
humiliation
husband
intervening­
(..sJL...:..l!l .l.ic.) IJ"..WI C.J )\
r·:L>S.ll
0
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hymn
hypocrisy
JUl
JiU..
hypocrite
69
idle talk
idol
-- worshippers
--worship
idolator
idolatory
ignominy
lltram
ill-deed
illegal
ill-gotten
-acquisition
illicit
through - means
illumination
Imam
Imamate
immolate
immolation
the Day off­
impairment
impartial
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jl:...O.. ..>#- ! u....:w !
71
72
impermissible
impiety
importunate
importunity
with­
imposter
impotent
imprecation
mutual­
impulse
natural­
impurity
the state ofritual/ceremonial­
incense n.
incense v.
inclination
inclined
to be less - towords this world
incompatibility
incompatible (with)
incumbent
It is- on/upon every Muslim to ....
The taking ofan oath is upon him who
denies.
incur



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••.• ..;I
.fi.ii 0--
"those who have not 1hy wrath"
(HQ- 1:7)
"He does any sin." (HQ- 2:173)
"And they Allah's wrath. "(HQ- 2:61)
"And they the severest punishment."
(HQ- 2: 10)
incurable
an -disease
indecency
indecent
-talk
independent
an - opinion
index finger, the
indigent
induce
What you to do what you did ?
indulge
to in doubtful acts; to - in suspicious
things
inequity
inerrancy
infallibility
infallible
Nobody is-.
inference
(Wi : ;;_fo.ll) rJ})l! •
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(tbi.ll
(tbi.ll
i..h;..JI e;c. ? .:J.:>.I 0-"t...
(&y!.:ill _JJ1....:1... 6A)
73
74
infidel
the chiefs of the -s
infidelity
innict
to -a dreadful torment on sb.
to -punishment upon
infringe
to (upon) the rights ofothers
ingrate
ingratitude
inheritance
laws
inheritor
iniquity
initiative
to take an/the
injunctions
to abide by the -of the Holy Qur'an
injurious
removal ofwhat is -from the path
injustice
inmate
-s ofHell
innate
ofcharacter
innovate
)W
J_;i:!
J_,b. .)c.
,_
t .;.,._iS

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c)c UL.J


JUIJ___o.\

innovation
"lhe worst ofdeeds are -s. " (Pl)
innovator
insolvency
insolvent
inspiration
instalment
payment by­
instigation
under the - qf
instinct
instinctive
instruction
--of the dying person
integrity
moral-
intend
to- to plea.<;e Allah
to- a good
1
bad deed
intent
with good­
evil­
intention
good

to articulate the ­

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75
76
"Deeds are only the -s behind them. " (PT)
intentional
intercede
to- with sb. for/on behalf ofsb. else
intercession
intercessor
intercourse
sexual­
interdict
interdicted
interdiction
commands and -s
-against the abominable
interest
intermediary
intermediate
-stage
interpretation
intoxicant
Ail-s are prohibited
intoxicated
intrigue
invalidate
to -ablution
invalidator
(
<....il • •.wlull.. Jl= WI•
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: ti.'ii;
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of ablution
inveigh
against the vicissitudes of time
inviolable
"lhe whole ofa Muslim for another
Muslim is " (Fl)
the place ofwonlup
inviolate
invocation
for rain
the Opening r-
invoke
Allahfor t;uidance
?t1e Prophet (PHl !II) a hlessmx on sb.
to Alluh(or rain
to the blessint; ofAllah on sb.
Allah\ name
not sb. a/onx wi!h Allah
inwardly
irreligious
irrevocable
di\'orce
Isaac
Islamic
Shari'ah


uJ>--"
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77
78
Israel
J:.'IJ-W<J
Children of­
J:ljl .r-! H
Israfil
J!iiJ-W<J
J
Jacob
jealous
jealousy
Jerusalem
Jesus
Jew
''And those who are-s." (HQ- 2:62)
jewellery
wearing-
jewelry (=jewellery)
Jewish
jinn
the humans and the ­
Job
John
Jonah
Joseph
journey
the Night- to Heaven
(to be) on a-
joy
Judaism

.;_,_..j.
i.J-:P
(
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79
judgement
"Till Allah Himself enforces
(HQ- 2: 109)
to be brought to
juggler
jugglery
jurisprudence

principles of
versed in Islamic
jurisprudent
jurisprudential

jurist
jurisconsult
religious
juristic
just
justice
justly
to (between two people)
so

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K
Kaaba, the
Ka'ba, the
the Holy-
direction towards the ­
keep
- up to the Holy Sunnah
kindness
-to the parents
kindred
near­
-ofblood
kinsfolk
kinship
severer of- bond5
kinsman
kinswoman
kith and kin
to keep good relations with one's­
to do good to one's­
knowledge
religious-
kohl
Korah
Koran, the


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u..)ll-0
</- y!JI r-1JI

81
L
label
to sb. with unbelief

labour


t><>G...JI I'\'1
lamentation
land va)


lapidate (Satan)

lapse n. Jlj t L.rj
lapse l'.
JJ.f
to - into vice
.U:j)I .} l.j-*:!
to -from virtue
\.)t!- 6!.J:!I \.)t!-
"If back .... " (HQ- 2: 209)
(" • '\ : 0 _fo.ll) ••••• j w_l.!"
lard

lash n.
oJ.J+
lash v.

Last Supper

l'i>•J 4·'""- W::!),Jollroll

law u_,..ii
Islamic L-

t _;.:.11 !
83
84
lawful
lax
leader
-s
-for mankind
learned
a-man
lease
-oflife
"Whoever loves that his- of life be
prolonged .... " (P1)
leave
"save by Allah's -" (HQ- 2: 102}
leech
legal
-opinion
legislation
Divine-
legitimacy
legitimate
leniency
lenient
leper n.
leprous adj.
Lesbianism
Lesser Bairam

wlf:l...

y.'JI _,J_,i
rL....J
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r--. u.LI.A

J'+:'il !

· .... ,;l.} .u 4 J •:;.... w--'
(U:ly!i
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(Jk- b.lJ.l)

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let
to down
to off
to- down the veil (on her face)
to the headcloth down
Leviticus
lewd
lewdness
liar
libe:
licentious
Iicentiousness
lie
to tell a- (against sb.)
telling -s
life
to take a - other than for a ­
-span
lifeless
light
lighten
"Their torment shall not be -ed "
(HQ -2:86)
to - the torment
limb
limits
E.J:!

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jL.u.ll J.l..U
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y\J..s

J-wti:

: ""
85
"And Jhese are set by Allah."
(HQ-2:230)
lineage
to slander sb. ­
livelihood
loan
/o contract a (mutual) ­
loin
-cloth
Lord, the
Lot
lot
to draw a - to draw -s
lote tree
love
to -for Allah's sake
lower
to - one's ga::e
to- one's eyes in dejection
Lucifer
Luke
lunar
the - <:alendar
- eclip.•;e
lust
lustfully
luxury
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Madonna
Magi
magic
magiciar.
Magog
Gog
Magus
maintenance
majesty
Makkah
Makkan

the Sanctuwy
malice
malicious
mandatory
manipulation
manners


manumission
manumit
M
f'I)All
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j:>.L.......

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87
88
of slaves
marriage
; exchange



to propose (to sb)
to go
to make a proposal
to
married
marry
"Do unbeiieving women."
(HQ-2:221)
a girl (to sb)
martyt"
to die a to be
martyrdom
Mary
Virgin
masturbation
maternal
-uncle

-relatives
j)l jl:ic) l j:ia.ll
tt.s.l
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(:i,.;)l!)



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6-4
J\__.j,
Matthew
the Gospel of­
maturity
Mazdaism
adherents of-
mean
"He said, 'Would you exchange that which
is meaner for that which is nobler?' "
(HQ-2:61)
Medinah
the - Sanctuary
Medinite
-chapter
meditate (on)
meditation (on sth.)
menopause
menses
in - ; in a state of­
She got her -.
-bath
menstrual
-course
menstruate
a -ting ·woman
menstruation
mention
J.,...;
J.;;.JJ
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89
90
to make of (\·b.)
Merciful, the
mercy
envelops sb.
merit
meritorious
·what act is mosl ?
messenger
Messiah, the
met em psychosis
Michael
midday
middle finger
mighty
migration
minaret
minimum

miracle
misappropriate
misappropriation
miscarriage
mischief
to make :'>pre
(Li)U)
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J..i:! ! '
JL....:i....l
: bU...!
doer
misconception
about Islam
miscreant
misdeed
miserliness
miserly
misfortune
misguide
Mishnah
mislead
misinterpretation
missionary

mistrust
mock (at sb.)
mode
modest
modesty
modification
modify
the abominable with the help ofone's
hand
monastery
monasticism
monk
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91
92
Monotheism
Monotheistic
Islam is religion.
moral

morality
morals

morsel
flesh
food
mortgage
Moses
mosque
the
mount
to help a man with
mourning
in - ; a woman in
muezzin
Muhammad
musk
the smell of­
Muslim
the general
-Brethren
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muster

"And remember that one day you shall be
("·'I": oj.;.ll) '·uJ_;.h:i "-;!]\
before Him." (HQ- 2:203)
mutilate
! Jl) t
. ' ( ·:.
. r.r- . v----:1
mutilation

mutual
JJJ.:l4
COJISU{talion
-imprecation
mystic
mysticism
93
N
naked
narrate
,)'b. to us.
narrator
chain of-s
the biography rif the
nation
the Islamic
national
nationalism
natural
- disposition'impulse
Nazarene
necessity
N- knows no laws.
forced by (absolute) ­
needle
needy

neglect
to -prayer
negligence

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95
96

wilful- ofprayer
New Testament, the:
niche
night
late - -prayer
late- -meal
the last - - hours
theN- ofGrandeur/Decree
Journey (to Heaven)
Noah

non-Arab
non-Muslim
a
non-religious
nose
the tip of the
notary public
nought
The good deeds were brought to
noxious
"Avoid the things." (P7)
-things
null
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void
to make sth. void
to make the actions (if a and void
nullification
-ofablution
nullifier
offasting
-s cifprayer
nullify
to- one's (good) deed\·
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nun
nurse
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97
oath
an unintentional­
afalse­
to take an-
to take a solemn ­
to fulfil an-
an - ofallegiance
to break one's ­
obedience
forms of­
obedient
-servants
obligatory
It is- to (do sth.)
-prayer
obscene
obscenity
observe
to - the fast ofRamadan
observance
religious -s
obstruction
0

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(t.. 4))
99
100
"Ifany- stops me, my destination will be
where I am obstructed " (P1J
occult
-sciences
odd
-number
offering
an -for sacrifice
offspring
Oft-Forbearing, the
Oft-Forgiving
Old Testament, the
omen
good­
bad1ill­
to see evil- in things
Omnipotent, the
One, the
oneness
the - ofAllah
the - of the Lord
a believer in the- ofAllah
onus
The - ofproofis on the claimant.
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opinion (,fi,;
an independant ­
a (formal) legal­
<.H-.:ii
request for a forma/legal ­
to request a formal legal­
deliverance ofa forma/legal­
opponent
the most contentious ­ ; the deadliest ­ ;
the most rigid of-s
oppress

the -ed ._;_,..._,l.l;...JI \ l"_,l.l;...JI
the supplication ofthe -ed l"_,l.l;...JI >_,c.J
oppression

-from people
Jl;>.)l
oppressor

opulence

orator
ordain
Allah has -edfor you ....
. . . .. rs.l ....UI f: _;.!;
ordinance : : : .u.:... : u_,..1.i
-ofthe wind
(Y)I
-s _;ill
-sof!slam
I"';L...'JI
organ

male andfemale -s ._;\..;L.:ii...ll
Oriental

101
102
-studies
Orientalism
Orientalist
originator
"0- ofthe heavens and the earth"
(HQ-2:117)
orphan
orphanhood
ostentation
ostentatious
outrage
outsider
in the company of-s
over-garment
overstep
to -the boundaries set by Allah
ownership
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t..:. ': • ' Jl.:iJ ' • b:i..
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pacing
pagan
palatalization
Papal
Paradise
-dwellers
to be admitted to
pardon
Pardoner, the
parson
partiality
partisan
a Shi'ile
partisanship
Ahlui-Bait
partner
to associate with Allah
party
pass
to wet hand<> over (.mcks)
to- wind
passion
p

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103
104
to give up one's sexual­
paternal
-uncle
-aunt
paternity
path
the Right!Straight ?­
patience
patient atlj.
patient n.
patriarch
patron
Paul
pauper
peace
to make - between
--maker
pederast
pederasty
pedigree
a woman of-
penalty
fixed-ties
penitence
to turn in- to Allah

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J.t'l....J UJi
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penitent
Pentateuch, the
penury
perceive
"But they do (HQ- 2: I2)
perception
the power
perdition

perfume
to put
period
the early - ofIslam
the menstrual-
perish
May
perjure
perjurer
perjury
permissible
-actions
permission
save/expect by
permitted
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105
penitent
Pentateuch, the
penury
perceive
"But they do (HQ- 2: 12)
perception
the power (:if­
perdition

perfume
to put
period
the early - ofIslam
the
perish
May he-!
perjure
perjurer
perjury
permissible
-actions
permission
save/expect by
permitted

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105
106
perpetrate
to -a crime
perpetration
persecution
"P-is worse than slaughterlkilling."
(HQ- 2:191)
perseverance
persevere
perspicacious
perspicacity
perverse
those who are ­
pervert
"The transgressors -ed the word<; said to
them entirely into a different thing. "
(HQ- 2:59)
pessimism
pessimist
Peter
Pharaoh
- 's folk/people
phonetic
-rules ofQur'anic recitation
piety
pig
• ..__,s:;
. J:!
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pilgrim
-garb
-s' guide
pilgrimage
- ceremonies
'Umra -- combination
uniting- and 'Umra
lesser/minor­
to perform the rites of the minor ­
Farewell P­
ta be on­
on-- state
pillar
the P-s ofIslam
pious
pithiness

plaintiff
pleasure
to win A1/ah's ­
pledge
a- in hand
a - ofallegiance
to give a - ofallegiance
a solemn-
to take a solemn ­

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107
108
pliant
to
plunder v.
plunder n.
poll tax
polyandry
polygamy
polygyny
polytheism
polytheist
poor-due
to pay the­
Pope
pork
portent
P-s of the Hour/P-s ofthe Day of
Judgement
portion
marriage-
portraiture
post-natal

poverty
abject-
power


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"Allah has full- over everything."
(HQ 2: 106)
power of attorney
practice
to put a hadith into
praise v.
praise n.
to exaggerate in-
prayer
combination cif­
/ate-night ­
to spend the night in
on:foumey ­
rain-invoking­
missed-
eclipse­
forenoon­
optional­
- for divine guidance
-of invocation
to perform the -s
to be steadfast in ­
-at its appoointed hour
-leader
voluntary ­
to lead the­
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109
110

congre::;ational
to ::;ive the call to the

rain
ohligatory
supererogatory
to shorten one's
negligence
to neglect
wi(ful negligence qf
estahlishment
to estahlish
He led us in the
to proclwm the time o{
imprecation against sh.


late-aftemoon

evening

preach
preacher

precedence
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;;)l...;.
y_;LJI :;)l...;.
the believers
precept
predestination
pre-Islamic
times/period

a trait of the
prejudice
prejudiced
premonition
prescribe
"Fasting is you." (HQ- 2: 183}
preternatural

prevent
"Do them from marryinf( their
husbands." (HQ- 2:232)
pride
priest
principal
private

front and hack
in
privily
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Ill
112
"When they- meet their evil geniuses."
(HQ- l:J.I)
proceed
-ingfrom 'Arafat
procession
funeral-
to follow a funeral­
proclaim
to - the time ofprayer
procuration
procurator
prodigality
profanation
profanity
profess
to - to be a Muslim ; to -Islam
profligate
progeny
prohibit
prohibited
prohibition
prolong
to - the prayer
promise
to break one's­
prompt
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to be - in doing good deed<;
prompting
pronounce
Divorce may be --d twice.
proof
The onus rests on the claimant.
clear-s
propagation

prophecy
prophet
the family of the ?­
prophetic
a P- hadith
the P- biography
proposal
- ofmarriage
to make a - (if marriage
prosper
prosperity
in- and ad1•ersity
prostrate adj.
to fall-
prostrate v.
to- oneself
prostration
.:i...:JL.a.ll JL='14 J.l4.!
t-..._,..._,

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113
114
to fall down in ­
-s offorgetfiilness
protection
to ask-
to grant full- of(said of Allah)

Protector
v'o.J-A
"Thou art our-." (HQ- 2:286} : o ..fo.\1) ".IJ'JY' ..::.,{\•
Protestant
proud

-and conceited

Providence
Divine-
proviso
the - ofthe right of withdrawal (from a
) .y:.. jill -,?i) J\.:.iJI <.Y­
contract, a commercial transaction, etc.)
(c..- ..;.1\ ' """ ,J. 1..:..:;
Psalms, the J.JtJll
pseudo U.Sij
P-Messiah !
puberty

the age : t >4JI j.u>
lo attain-

a girl who has not reached the age of- ..a_, • ' _\
. iY""'-' r <r
pubic
-hair
shaving- hair
-region
public
in-
publicly
pudenda
pudendum
puff out
pulpit
punishment
talion­
discretionary ­
ordained -s
prescribed -s
severe/the sen)erest­
pure
-companions
purification
ritual - with dust
-by stone
puritanical
purity
pus
i'L,e.
i
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oiyJI o.;.F



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JAtl=!

o.;lf.b
115
Q
Qabil
J..:Hli
Qarun
wJJi.i
Qiblalt
~ I
Qur'an, the
wt,ijt
to recite the ~
0
1J.ll A ) J:i.J;!
Qur'anic
~ 1 )
phonetic rules o f ~ recitation
~ ~ ~ l"lS..,..\ ! 6 _,)t;JI l"lS..,..i
ll7
R
rabbi
?\.i.b!
raiment (..)'1\.:.l
"They are -for you. " (HQ - 2:187)
( 1 AV : :; pi) 0"41 .y."
Ramadan ()L.A...)
rancour
to nurse -against sb. L. . • .
.), - JA'-"':!
-amongst Muslims u\j.)\....,.9
ransom i!!W
"Andfor the slaves .... " (HQ- 2: 177) (\VV : opl) " .... yU)I c)J"
rape (oiyJI)
rationale
reasoning

independent­
rebellion
wifely­
(d.._,.J)I)
recantation

recitation :; SJ.:i ! J.::' _;
phonetic rules of Qur'anic­
! >J')GJ\ ('LS.:..i
recite
fo.! Jj.>.l
to- a l'erse
Ji.Y­
recital o_pti:
reciter h.>..>\l ! JjjA !
119
120
7he best of the Holy Qur'an lead'!· the
prayer.
a the Holy Qur'an
reckoning
"Allah is (HQ- 2:202)
recline
recommended
recompense n.
recompense l'.
to- sb. for sth.
reconcile
"Delay them until they are
reconciliation
"{f they desire-.... " (HQ- 2: 228)
l'vfuslims
to redeem (oneself from sth.)
red-handed
redress
to
to be -ed
reflect
"Have you ever -ed upon the ca.<;e qf those
hypocrites? "(HQ- 59: II)
to- on
reflection
refractory
('1' •'I' : ;j411) '.yL..:...ll &>'"' .WIJ

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(
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refrain
to -from doing evil
to -from harming others
refuge
to take- with Allah (from sth.)
to in
to seek- in Allah
to rush in search of- in Allah
to ask A 1/ah for ­
I seek - in Allah.
regulations
rehearse
rejectable
a- hadith
rejecter
-offaith
-s offaith
relate
relation
foster­
relative
release
to- (one's w[fe) in kindness
relent
Allah -s towards sh.
Relenting, the
o,)Z::

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..., j _A;
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Cl>"' Jlh:
CY-'Y
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dJ-:1.
u'jj .u\1 Y
0--) ":'l:,:;ll
121
122
relief
relieve
religion
religiose
religiosity
religious


-endowment
religiousness
relish
the flavour/sweetness ofiman
remarriage
-with one's divorced
remembrance
Allah's
reminder
ofgenerosity
remorse
removal
of what is injurious from the path
render
to - thanks to A 1/ah
to- goodfor evil
to- help

.....i..b.:!

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e.;.Jll : .JAIJQ:l.ll : e.;.Jl'
fo.ll !
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renegade ! ! ! ! J.;l..t
to become a-
renounce ! ¥=
to- one's faith .li.>.J
to -pleasure in worldly things
repel
"If A l/ah hadnot -ledone set ofmen by
• •••• U"li.ll..t..l.ll ')[_,!J'
another .... " (HQ- 2:251)
(" 0' :0_fo.ll)
to- temptation .,l_;e.)'l
repent
''And ifyou -, then you are entitled to
your principal." (HQ- 2:279)
t·epentance
Allah has accepted their-. ..t..l.ll ..,.,t:; .lll
to turn to Allah in- ..t..l.ll .)) '-:-'.I¥.
report
r,JJ..>:
Ibn Mas'ud -ed that .... .. • • ..:) .;)_,........ 0;1 uc­
reporter J1.;
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the - ofa hadith
reprehensible
repress

to -anger

repudiate
....

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·-
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.
• •.r •
''And you- some." (HQ- 2:87)
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resident

resign
JoA.l:i wJ.l.J J:i:! :
123
124
to- oneself to the will ofAllah
respite
toaskjor­
responsibility
R-for it rests on his shoulder.
restore
to- to life
restrain
to - one's anger
R-- your tongue I
restraint
resurrect
Resurrection
the Day of-
retain
"A woman must be -ed in honour or
released in kindness." (HQ- 2:229)
retaliation
retribution
the law of­
reveal
"What they conceal and what they -."
(HQ- 2:77)
The Holy Qur'an was -ed by Allah.
revealed
the Earliest R- Books
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revelation
J:JZ !
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to deny Allah's -s 41\1
revert (to) (.)!)
to Sunnah WI .,tp.)
The accusation will- to him.

revile
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revocable


t'?'IJ J)lj,
revocation

dii'Orce
J)lbll L>"' t » J
reward
to sacrifice sth in anticJj)afion of
41\1
in the Hereafter
rib
...,.Uljlil
backbone and
rich

richness

does not lie in wordly good\·.
>)S LP
righteous

in the company of the
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wb.ll....:J\
righteousness
ring
to wear

125
126
rite
r-itual
to perform the Hajj
rival
"those who set up-s to Allah" (HQ-2: 165)

"Make- f" (HQ- 58:11)
robe
Ihram
rope
to give sb.
Allah gives them
rosary

the
ruling
jurisprudential
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sacred
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the- month

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. 4.111 0)
another.
to be to
a- hadith
the S- Monument

sacredness
sacrifice

birth­
-meat

the DayofS-
y.l\1
sacrilege .::..L.yo..l\ ! ..::.t.....li...U\
safeguard
.l:..b::!
S- the Commandments ofAllah l ! 4.111 .hi::..l
saffron
sagacity
sake
for Allah's- I
sale
127
128

earnest-

a profit

public­
simulated-
vain-
contract of­
salvation
to achieve/attain ­
the sect which achieves ­
Samaritan
sanctify
No-one can- anybody before Allah.
sanctimonious
sanctity
sanctuary
the Makkan S­
the Madinite S­
to grant - (from)
sand
-ablution
sandals
Satan

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(' _r:JI
(<.Y>)
J..,.:Aj
Saul
scandalmonger
scarcity
scent
schism
scholar
Islamic
a
school
a religious thought
the Jour religious (if Islamic
jurisprudence
scribe
"Let record if with equity as between
the parties." (HQ- 2:282}
Scripturary
Scriptures
the people ofthe
a chapter £?!the
Scrolls
seal
"Allah has up their hearts." (HQ-2:7)
seamless
secede
seceder
the

Jl:W



L..J.l.A ! 'i ._Fj y&l..
y.Ji.
(
'\'A'\' : & ·=·
1
1) 'J.la.ll.. .......Uts -<; .. "
y-:- . • ('""":"' • J
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! y:>s
yts.l\ J,..Al
tl.:......aJ


(Y ; .W\ F'
.bp.. .>#­
, ! ! ,•.o.,.
4JJAJ -- <.r
!
c:;:)_,:.,l\
129
130
seclusion
to go in/into ­
secret
in­
sect
sectarian
sectarianism
secular
secularism
seduce
seduction
seeing
the faculty of­
seek
to- Allah's pleasure
to - sb. 's advice
to- the help ofAllah
self-discipline
self-restraint
separation
ojlbetween the spouses
Septuagint
sepulchre
sermon
to deliver a­
t!y;.! ul.S:jj:,l
J3Ja.:l!
.
r.i->-""
IY-"!
(4i=.1)



!
rJJi:
! !

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( i,.):l-! '-':!J'""
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• y
-)
- -
ol
. y
­ t.u.
- .J: . .;,....
(t...;: v,. J L4,ll.l;;. v,. 4-T (':!Jill



to give sb. a
set
to things aright
to an example
up equals to rank with Allah
sever
one who -s the bond of kinship
sewn clothes
sexual

"In the ofeach ofyou there is a
charity." (P1)
to fulfil one's- desire
shade
shameful
a- sin
shed
blood
tears
Shiah
shield n.
"Fasting is a-." (PT)
shield v.
Shiism
Shiite n.
shiitic adj.
.1;__,y

-L -· ' • ·•
c_---:: • ?'3i:l






tL...:;.
rSh1 .}./
('-JA:w
&.


t_,...:tll


".4

•.l'tl\


131
132
shoulder
shroud n.
shroud v.
to be -ed in sth.
shrouding
shun
to -all abomination
sign
S-s of the Hour
manifest/clear -s
signal
-victory
sin
"He does not incur any-." (HQ- 2: 173)
It is no -foryou.
a grave­
major-s
the gravest ofmajor -s
the most grievous ofthe grave -s
a much -ning servant (of Allah)
grave/mortal -s
an unpardonable­
sincerity
"A true religion is- and well-wishing"
(PJ)
sinful
6-.i.S



J-i+.l
.?.)1 ..)'?+.l
J:lJ : : oJ-...i :




('Vi : :O.fo.ll)


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Y.
yi4SJI fi.l
yi4SJI fi.l
fo'J

0,!-lll"
It for a man to ....
sinfulness
sinner
sinning
a servant (of Allah)
sky
the earth's ­
slacken (ofl)
slackness
slander n.
slander v.
slanderer
backbiter
slanderous

slaughter
slave
a- girl
a fugitive­
slavery
slide (back)
slumber
sober
sobriety
sodomite
sodomy
.... () J:J.)






.jlll ! U:i.ll
: ! ;.Jji
, :. ......

. ' • • ' ' .,. -.
"=' ....... ·.ru· .;.......






tY.i.l;C
(.:;_;
c:.;::.
'-'"'w:
! JJ.J ! W:IJJ
ta1....::1J ! ).iJ ! t.ljJ
(tA.JiJ .) iil.J41 t.!..:..Wl
(t...HJ w.a oij411 ) .bl.Jl
133
134
solar eclipse
solemn
solemnity
Solomon
soothsayer
sorcery
sorrow
soul
sound
hadith
a good hadith
sovereignty
"And Allah bestows His- on whom He
will." (HQ- 2:2-17)
the - of the heavens and the earth
span
a hand's _,
If he draws near to Allah a hand's
Allah draws near to him an arm's length.
speculation
speculator
speech

Indirect - is a safe way to avoid a lie.
pithiness
spendthrift
!J J+ !
t.:J+ i Jl.9,,
<.)Ly.l...
04
t.s ui:,P

u.....i, t.l.l..i

.l.lj....t ! .::Jfo i &.:..
.ull

.y.lSJI <)C ;i_;,._,.l.W .) 0)
C"\.?.'

sperm
spermatozoon
sperm-drop
spirit
Allah's S-
spiritual
spoil
to
spoils
spouse
spurious
text
spy
to -on others
squandering
staff
A4oses'­
stance
the S- braham
star
state of consecration
station
Abraham's ,)'­
statue

status
• \ ' •
r.; 6 .;pt. . '\JioQ.l
;,;fo CJI.;p.
ti.hi
C,.JJ
....UI (JJ
.r-JJ:


4Jj! [Jj
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JJY)
0:Lft'Jl .)c
.4';l\
.H.

<.S'""Y' l..a.c

i"l.i.
.;S"»Jl
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i"l.i.
w.s;U
Jl_,.,..';/1 L;,_iti
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135
the of woman in Islam
;;1_;-JI
steadfast
to (to sth.)
(
L. 1 wi !
..
.ii...w
r-­
stepchild
U:l Ji U:l) Y::1J
stepdaughter
J\
stinginess J.¥1 ! : J./,.,11
stingy
store

"A painful doom is in them. "
(HQ- 2:174)
straightforwardness
straightness
strait 4:ill..::2:
straitened

to be circumstances

:i...JL. u .\:.
. -
) ..
.Y':'
stray v.

from Allah's path
....nl
strive
.a.4
in the way(?! Allah:for Allah's cause
against
Subduer, the
0-a)
sublime
rt....
-morals

submission : .••ikl'i\
submit

136
"0 to your Lord." (HQ- 2:21)
I- to Allah's power.
sub-part
successful, the
successive
to fast two - months
suckle
''Mothers shall- their children."
(HQ- 2: 233)
suckling
Sufism
suicide
to commit­
suitor
Sun nab
prescribedas -
Sunnite
superfluity
They give away in charity the - oftheir
wealth.
superfluous
that which is ­
supererogation
supererogatory
-prayers
-deeds
('1'' : 0_fo.ll) l_,.l.!C-1 l.)"li.ll tt;lt,t
•....UI r.; Y'I u":>_,il
(?=fil' ui.Jll u.o)

JIJl.t Jl:i:i..
. '
0:!,!lt1i.. r
,

(H'T': s_fo.ll} ·.t)A.l'l_,l._:,.......;:..>.! ubli_,JJj


Jb:UI t
A i
([IJJll l.;lll.b)

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4r"""'
4WI r:p oJl:fj t t

4WI r:p JJ\j
_,.J.JI
J1W,ll
J..l.i
t _,b:ill ;)l...... Jil.ll S)l......
J-il_,l
137
138
superstition
suppliant
supplicate
to -for sb.
supplication
Beware of the -ofoppressed I
supporter
the S-s
Supreme, the
''He alone is the-,the Exalted"
(HQ-2:255)
the- Deity
surrender
"Whoever -s himself to A 1/ah in
obedience .... " (HQ- 2:112)
suspicion
suspicious
-things
to leave - things
to indulge in - things
sustenance
to begfor one's ­
to provide -for
swear
to- by Allah
swearer
sweet basil
Uljoi.


U)W _,....c..l,!
: : Jl.HI ! 1
s;1

.JL...,"Jl
*'1.4....i iJ.4)
('1' o o : ;;)..11) '. J:l.illl ..,WI Y..i


("'I': oJ..ll) " .... rL--i ,y. ,).;'
cl..!.U .,>.{;.A ! l.:li..JA



JJ;J!

(j'jJ:


swerve
from the Right Way
swindle
swine
swineflesh
synagogue
synod
clerical­

(


1 JMI J.;U
<r""'"l..Q

139
T
taboo
tale-earring
tales of the ancients
talisman
talk

Talmud
task
to take (sb.) to ­
tatooed
tax
land-

teeth

temple
temporal
tempt
to seek to - sb.
temptation
"We are only a-." (HQ- 2:102)
term
.Jfo.-


JU_, J.!i
.1Jo4llll

4..i "!\ (l.i')U)
_)J! • <.r' • •
t....,JJ;.,..

i:::\_)-l...
i:::l_p.
()W...i

! r;.7-=
.l_,I J-:!
! ,.I,F} 1
(' ·": ofo.ll) ;.)::...l WJ"

141
142
"for a- appointed" (HQ- 11:3)
('" : .ly\) J:?-1
for a stated­

"When they reached/fulfilled their - .... "
(""'£ : o.fo..ll) '. ... w.1
1
.J tjj.i"
(HQ- 2:234)
"When their waiting- expires .... "
('<n : o.fo..\1) •.•••Wf41 ljj.i"
(HQ- 2:234)
testator
(,.)II,J.A
testification
u...+Ji
the Two T-s

testify

One ofthe pillars ofIslam is to- that
J, 'J) .UJ 'JI r"J-'II -:,IS.) 0-o
there is no deity but Allah and that

Prophet Muhammad is His messenger.
testimony
to hide/conceal (a) ­

false-
J_,Jll
text
the - ofa hadith
Throne, the
tidings
glad/good­
a bearer ofglad-
to give glad-good- (to sb.)
tilth
"Your wives are your-." (HQ- 2:223}
(""'" : o.fo..\1) p.:,w
tithe

token
tolerance
tolerant
toleration
tomb
from womb to­
tongue
A pilgrim should keep his- a!Jainst lies.
Torah
topple
"Is there anything that -s people on their
faces into Hell-Fire other than that
which their tongues have incurred?" (PT}
torment
a dreadful­
trade
trading
traditionalist
-s
traditionary
traditionist
trait
tranquil
The soulfeels- about sth.
tranquility
T -descends upon sb.

t:-t....:i
t:-L....:W
t:-t....:i

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uW
we ....,;W u•.:; <:::WI .)c.


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':1) ).lll .} .)c. (.)"\.ill JA..,·
( '-':Jyt •• ,ljl...o..:..
('-':Jy!'JI e,_,li:j..!Wl JAI
.).;t:- t t .,w t


t
143
144
transaction
-s
transgress
transgressing
transgressor
transmigration
-ofsouls
soul-
transmission
a chain of-
a concocted chain of­
transmit
a saying -ted by tradition
transmitter
with an authentic chain of-s
traversing
treacherous
to prove­
treachery
treasure
buried-
treat
- sth. as lawful
..:.,)L___..\­
! i

i jJl:j.:i ! i !
I • L". 1 L •" ' ,jj,<:: • ' L !...:. • I • •
. . ......--· .. :>-­

CJ_}j
y..'J 0'> 4}\.i:i.j\ )) r_l_,};ll
-- ' ( . .

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3
}:JI
Ji.l
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'iJ.)J
J _J>"l. J_,_!
JIJ

._..-...ll
v:u!

t.¥: JU
.)-iS
jUJ
..#-=!

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...,...... .)-1-l'Y
- sth. asforbidden
(l..ly..
trial
"We will surely put you to -by involving
' .... e:y:;Jl_, 0A ..

you infear and hunger .... " (HQ -2: 155)
(' 0.:> : c._fo.ll)
to he put to
tribe
the
tribulation
tribute L;J;:.
Trinity -t.,jllill
the doctrine ,",Jill\
: •"•Jiill
triumph

sixna!­
0---:!-!-"
true

the l- Relixion c...hi..::JI · .l.ll
• U:!
he/iewr
trust n.
to put in God
trust v.
one who is -ed
trustworthiness L·Lhl
trustworthy
: 4..: J.ii.JA !
a narrator oltmditions
;;,___;:; J\J
truth J..l.o..Q! 4•.:h
/he sure 7:....
truthful
1-!5
146
a highly -person
truthfulness
T- leads to righteousness.
try v.
to be -ied (by Allah)
turban
turbaned
turn away
turn one's back
tyrannical
a-ruler

...rf' .)) J.l...All
.JlN
(.u!l w.-)

t.t..WI ;..$.)..

.;4hl ..,l.JJ
Jol'4- i ¥ Ll;
'\..:.. ·l.l:.L..
.)-l. w
u
unanimity
unanimously
unaware
"And Allah is· not - ofwhat you are
doing." (HQ- 2:74)
unbelief
unbeliever
unchurch
uncle
maternal­
- on the maternal side
paternal­
- on the paternal side
underage
understanding
men of­
underworld, the
undutiful
undutifulness
unethical
unfair


t
(vt : o.fo.ll) ••
0
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.>-is
)ts

JU f t-S'
JW.
r---&­
r---&­
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yt/JI _,1_,t
t'.>to'i'J t
,J-&.



147
148
ungrateful
being- to one's husband
ungratefulness
unholy
unitarian
'the - concept C?f God
universe
Lord ofthe U­
unjust
by-means
unkempt
-hair
unlawful
unlettered
-folk/people
unmarriageable
unmindful
"And Allah is not- ofwhat you are
doing. "(HQ - 2: 7-1)
unregenerate
unrelated
an-man
unrighteous
Unseen, the (or the unseen)
unwholesome
jSU! .Al:j.
,:,,!_;iS
utfii !


_,ll (' _,..i..
UJ-Sll


J_._.b414

_;J. J#. ! f.j!IM ! f
1
..r­
·'
c..r-'1
0-'--:!-"1
(f.;t.-.11 ()A)

(Y £ ; o_fo.ll) l..:.c ..uJ\1.....i
(
·I ·.. ll • . •) . l ·L
0 ..)""' • • ('.F-A .Jr-


J.o..l.i ! j_J..! .;l..:t:.
upright

Be-!

urinate

urine
JJ--:111
It is incumbent on one to save oneself
JJ-P' L>-- "i..S ,:) .>­
from being solid with one 's-.
Incontinence of-
to pass-
usurer
usurious
tJ.H,J
usurp
ih. Jl
usury
l-...:tJ
149
v
vanity
"V seizes him and makes him adhere to the
sin." (HQ- 2:206)
Vatican, the
the Council
Veda
veil
veiled
a-woman
vendee
vendor
venerable
the V- Companions
venial sin
veracious
verdict
a religious ­
to give a
to ask the - of (sb.)
version
in a - by Muslim
l JJJ:.
(". '\ : 6p1) ·.,.."'J4 C.ja.!l

..;\.¥1.ill
.Ji vo.JJ.i+ll :
lf.l.t


1'1 _;-S.ll



lSfo


t..:I.JJ
rL-J
151
152
in various
In the version (of sb.) it reads as follows.
vestry
vicar
the V of Christ
vice
vicegerant
vicious
viciousness
victory

vie
"So- with one another in good deed<;. "
(HQ-2: 148)
violate
violation
violent
Virgin Mary, the
virtue
"It is no- that .... " (HQ - 2: 177)
is good conduct." (PT)
by-ofAllah
virtuous
"That is more -foryou, and more pure."
(HQ- 2:232)
vision

.JY.
• ••• :;)J ..,iJ

u,.l.S i ...,..!

,._,.....!
(
• . _i UJ.i. .) UJ.i.
I..)IIQJ ..,... - $W ­
1.i
,. ..,.... ! ! ..>=Y... ! J..
J,...i


! J.i\-: ! !
('fA : oJ.;ll) t__,9.ji...li"
! (..:..t.....AJI) ! ,>lfii,:
(..:..t.....AJI) clt,.:i.il

,_I J.ls.ll ,.:.JA
-
­ ..)-i .
(IYV : oJ.;ll) • .... J y,ll tJ4
(<....t;_r!i .!.y:;.:,.) ".J.b..ll y,ll"

J...Ql.i
(HY : cJ.;l1) r-SJ
(.fo' 4l-J)

visit
to pay a - to the sick
visitation
visited with
"And they were- wrath from Allah."
(HQ- 2:61}
vitiate
to -fast
void
null and-
to make sth. null and­
to be rendered null and-
voidable
voidness
voluntarily
to do sth.­
voluntary
-fast
-prayer
-charity
a-act
-acts
voluptuary
vomit v.
vomit n.
.:l.J'":!
(.;J.l4 Ji Jl_,...) .;Jll (>.l

(" : &.fo.JI) • • ...m 0-o IJJYJ
r.,..-1'

J1.4


(JjWI CJ.l .lh.S) o.JWI Ji

.;\#-'il !


Jii.ll (' y.<>
.4J!Ull
._r_,b:J
J-!I_,J



153
154
voracious
votary
vow n.
to take/make a ­
to break a­
vowv.
I have -ed to Allah that ....
-edfasting
H-i!
1!1...\.i ! ! .If\&;
.;l...i


j.,lo(l;

....J .ul wJii
J.li.ll ,._,....,.
mental-
visit
to pay a - to the sick
visitation
visited with
"And they were- wrath from Allah."
(HQ- 2:61)
vitiate
to -fast
void
null and-
to make sth. null and-
to be rendered null and­
voidable
voidness
voluntarily
to do sth.­
voluntary
-fast
-prayer
-charity
a-act
-acts
voluptuary
vomit v.
vomit n.

o,;\fj
..lyy
Ji ,.!.,....) &-

(' 1 : ; .fo.JI) "•.!..lll ;:,.. l_,jy_,

(JjWI JU.s) ojWI Ji

,;)#.'il
t_,.b:i:

Jiill r_,...,.
.)\......,
<r_,1.:; J.=
J_Jl_,;
.)

153
voracious
votary
vown.
to take/make a ­
to break
vowv.
I have to Allah that ....

15-t
H-l t




J.J..9"'

....J ....u w_;ii
_;i3.11 f' _,......
wages
wail
wailing
theW- Wall
ward off
those who -evil
warning
water closet
wayfarer
wean
Well done!
well-to-do
whoever
wicked
wickedness
widow
widower
widowhood
widowerhood
wilful
-negligence ofprayer
wilfully
will l'.
w
(J.!WI)

: ! ti.Jl


w#'


U:l : .)ftt;,

(:f
.>---.JA
4!i : ()AL..
.;:..,J. ! ,$.••!1;. !
J,...i ! yl ! ¥ !
.U.)
J..)
(4JJll) J..)
J,.)
l.l-4C 1.l.4C we- o)I....JI y

fWi:! !
155
156
ifAllah
God willing'
will n.
wind
to
witness

to give false
to bear {lo sth.)
to call sb. as
a competent
woe
11p011 you I
to him who···'
unto him who ... l
to those who associate partner with
Allah
1
woman
Be kind to women -'
() womenfolk I
woman-slave
womb
from to tomb
wool
carded­
world, the
! <\.ll\ .,L.!; J
I <\.lll 1 <\.ll\ .,\..!i J
• oJI.;!
(;;-:!.;
.;,lji.C)
.lo\Wi
JJJ o.l4-Ji
J_jjll
(L. ,Y'\


!. .. C>.J J:,
!. .. C>.J J:J
!
: oiJ-OI
J:UI yil\.; wJ

Ll

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rJWI
for all the to see
U"J)_) .)c.
the Islamic W­ "T""J...,.':JI
the temporal - J'-*' _;l.l ! c.liill }.l
..
worldly
-things ! t ti.A
worship
placesoj­ ()SL.i I .otJ.!I
waysof­ d...,Li...
perfect­
acto/­
wrangling JIJ+
wrap .-IJ.;
to put on a - and a garment )j':JI_, c.b)\ !.j:ijY.
wrath
to incur Allah's­
Allah's­
wretched
-life
wrong

to - oneself

-ed
r_,l.1....
wrongdoer t ... !
wrongdoing
"W- is that which wavers in your soul .... "
".... .j &L. f'"'"j\"
(Pl)
wrongfully
157
y
yawning

young

a-man
r":Li:.
159
z
zakat oWJll
payment
otSjll
Zamzam
(o)l... k.
Zoroastrian

Zoroastrianism

161
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