Definition of Salah
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.
Definition of Salah
1. Noun. (alternative form of salat) ¹
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Medical Definition of Salah
1. M., 20th century Egyptian surgeon. See: Salah's sternal puncture needle. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Salah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1814)
"salah-eddin became fole mailer of the country, built the citadel of the mountain, ... it to salah-eddin, and conjecture it took its name of the Wdl of ..."
2. Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary by Ibn Khallikān (1843)
"Abu '1-Hasan Ali, son to the sultan salah ad-din Yusuf Ibn Aiyub, ... This prince was the eldest of salah ad-din's sons, and his acknowledged successor. ..."
3. A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament, with Devotional and by Job Orton (1805)
"And salah lived thirty years, and begat lie begat salah four hundred and three years, ... And Eber lived 15 Eber : And salah lived after he begat Eber four ..."
4. Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Genesis: Designed as a General by George Bush (1859)
"15 And salah lived after he begat Eber four hundred and three years, ... 14 And salah lived thirty years, and begat Eber: 16 • And Eber lived four and ..."
5. Travels in Turkey, Asia-Minor, Syria, and Across the Desert Into Egypt by William Wittman (1803)
"OF THE CALIPH salah-ED-DIN INHABITANTS OF CAIRO COPTIC LANGUAGE DRESS MANUFACTURES SWORD ... It is conjectured by fome to have been built by salah-Edden, ..."
6. Among the Women of the Sahara by Jean Pommerol (1900)
"... TO IN-salah. IF you draw a straight line on a map between ... and In-salah it will pass through many deeply interesting districts, and if, ..."