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  • Ablution | Define Ablution at

    Ablution definition, a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a religious ritual. See more.

  • Ablution | Definition of Ablution by Merriam-Webster

    With ritual precision, the vestals awaken their miserable charges each dawn and roll them about on their beds of pain while performing ablutions, in the formal ...

  • Ablution - definition of ablution by The Free Dictionary

    This freshness of ablution and all the other little cares harmonized charmingly with the blue eyes, the ivory teeth, and the blond person of the old chevalier.

  • ablution | Definition of ablution in English by Oxford ...

    β€˜At last he went to the palace one day, and, being informed that the Caliph was making his ablutions prior to his prayers, sat down in an antechamber.’

  • Ablution - Wikipedia

    Ablution is the act of washing oneself. It may refer to: Ablution as hygiene; Ablution as ritual purification: Wudu, ghusl, and tayammum; Ablution in Christianity

  • Wudu - Wikipedia

    Wudu involves washing the hands, mouth, nostrils, arms, ... Tayammum is a "dry ablution" using clean soil or dust, ...

  • How to Perform Wudu: 12 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

    How to Perform Wudu. This wikiHow article will take you through the process of performing wudu. Wudu is required before praying ... Wudu, or ablution, ...

  • Ablution - New World Encyclopedia

    Ablution is a term referring to washing, and can mean ordinary washing, hand washing, or washing of the body. By extension, ablutions can refer to a collection of ...

  • Ablution | definition of ablution by Medical dictionary

    Mohammad Reza, a fresh student in the Bamyan University, said sometimes they were unable to find water for their ablution and conducting Tayammum (rulings of ablution ...

  • ablution - Wiktionary

    1786, William Beckford, Vathek; an Arabian Tale: Let water be brought to perform my ablutions, and let the pious Fakreddin be called to offer up his ...

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