When I told her that Israelis have a different name for this dish—they call it salat yisraelit (Israeli salad)—she scoffed.
He said the words of the salat, the required prayer, in his mind.
He tried to forget his surroundings and to think only of the salat.
The Garonne is navigable below its confluence with the salat.
The Roman-catholic historian, salat of Lucerne, makes a boast of this.
There is no region in the Pyrenees of which less is known historically than the Valley of the salat.
Daoud was mentally repeating the salat for the third time when he heard footsteps and the click of hooves coming up the road.
As an historian salat deserves little confidence, and Tschudi appears to have copied him with a few variations.
He began the salat, bringing his hands up to the sides of his head and saying, "Allahu akbar, God is great."
To call the paltry jest preserved by salat a letter, is mere mockery.
Islamic ritual prayer, from Arabic salah "prayer."