Definition of Salat

1. Noun. The second pillar of Islam is prayer; a prescribed liturgy performed five times a day (preferably in a mosque) and oriented toward Mecca.

Exact synonyms: Salaah, Salaat, Salah
Generic synonyms: Worship, Pillar Of Islam



Definition of Salat

1. Noun. (Islam) The prayer sessions held five times daily; one of the five pillars of Islam ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salat

salamstone
salangane
salanganes
salariat
salariats
salaried
salaries
salaries and fringe benefits
salary
salary cap
salary cut
salary increase
salarying
salaryman
salarymen
salat (current term)
salats
salband
salbands
salbutamol
salbutamol sulphate
salchow
salchows
salcin
sale
sale-leaseback
sale-proof
sale and leaseback
sale in gross
sale of work

Literary usage of Salat

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1. Foods by Edward Smith (1873)
"... find the following recipe of the fourteenth century for the preparation of a salad, which in this point of view may not be without interest : — ' salat. ..."

2. Foods by Edward Smith (1876)
"... find the following recipe of the fourteenth century for the preparation of a salad, which in this point of view may not be without interest:— < salat. ..."

3. تفسير معاني القرآن الكريم باللغة by Taqī al-Dīn Hilālī, الهلالي، تقي الدين, Muhammad Muhsin Khan, Muḥammad ibn Ismāʻīl Bukhārī, Ṭabar&# (1997)
"As the Prophet sg has said: "Order your children to offer salat ... (B) One must offer the salat (prayer) in a way just as Prophet Muhammad sg used to offer ..."

4. A Gift for Muslim Women by Muḥammad ʻĀshiq Ilāhī (2001)
"WOMEN SPECIALLY REMINDED ABOUT salat "Anas*$e reports: Said the Messenger of ... 'The woman who observes her five daily salat, fasts during Ramazan, ..."

5. Gartenflora: Monatsschrift Fur Deutsche und Schweizerische Garten- und by Eduard Regel (1906)
"Frischen grünen salat während des ganzen Jahres. Auf eine Anfrage, wie man es anstellen soll, ... Dieser salat mufs bis Ende Mai, Anfang Juni vorhalten. ..."

6. The ʻAwārifu-l-maā̇rif, Written in the Thirteenth Century by ... Shaikh by ʻUmar ibn Muḥammad Suhrawardī (1891)
"salat (prayer). VII. 5. When a person wisheth to begin the salat (namaz, prayer), its sunnat is that, in its preface, if it be an enjoined ordinance, ..."

7. Foods by Edward Smith (1873)
"... find the following recipe of the fourteenth century for the preparation of a salad, which in this point of view may not be without interest : — ' salat. ..."

8. Foods by Edward Smith (1876)
"... find the following recipe of the fourteenth century for the preparation of a salad, which in this point of view may not be without interest:— < salat. ..."

9. تفسير معاني القرآن الكريم باللغة by Taqī al-Dīn Hilālī, الهلالي، تقي الدين, Muhammad Muhsin Khan, Muḥammad ibn Ismāʻīl Bukhārī, Ṭabar&# (1997)
"As the Prophet sg has said: "Order your children to offer salat ... (B) One must offer the salat (prayer) in a way just as Prophet Muhammad sg used to offer ..."

10. A Gift for Muslim Women by Muḥammad ʻĀshiq Ilāhī (2001)
"WOMEN SPECIALLY REMINDED ABOUT salat "Anas*$e reports: Said the Messenger of ... 'The woman who observes her five daily salat, fasts during Ramazan, ..."

11. Gartenflora: Monatsschrift Fur Deutsche und Schweizerische Garten- und by Eduard Regel (1906)
"Frischen grünen salat während des ganzen Jahres. Auf eine Anfrage, wie man es anstellen soll, ... Dieser salat mufs bis Ende Mai, Anfang Juni vorhalten. ..."

12. The ʻAwārifu-l-maā̇rif, Written in the Thirteenth Century by ... Shaikh by ʻUmar ibn Muḥammad Suhrawardī (1891)
"salat (prayer). VII. 5. When a person wisheth to begin the salat (namaz, prayer), its sunnat is that, in its preface, if it be an enjoined ordinance, ..."

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