("prayer") Ritual prayer performed five times per day facing the direction ( qibla) of Mecca. One of the Five Pillars of Islam.
Muslim ritual prayer performed five times daily; in Persian, called namaz.
Islamic prayer, synonymous with namaz (Pers.)
The five obligatory prayers that Muslims must perform every day. See When to Pray for more details.
Obligatory or supererogatory prayers.
Name for the daily prayers in Arabic. .
Ritual prayers (five times each day)
are the obligatory prayers
Daily contact prayers - dawn, noon, afternoon, sunset, & night prayers.
The Arabic word for 'prayer'.
the "formal" prayer which is to be offered five times daily.
the discipline of daily prayers. Muslims pray five times a day, and must perform a ritual wash (wudu) before each one. There are specific movements and passages to recite, which help the faithful to attain a holier mindset. This is the second of the five pillars of Islam.
An obligatory prayer.
Islamic prayer service performed alone or in congregation
In Islam, the obligatory Muslim prayer service held five times daily; one of the Pillars of Islam.
The fixed-time ritual prayer of Islam and one of the five pillars. It is offered five times a day: at dawn, mid-day, mid-afternoon, sunset, and nightfall
ritual prayer; formal worship.
Prayers said on a person's death in Muslim religion.
the Arabic term for prayer, specifically, five times per day; in Islam, one of the Five Pillars of Faith.