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rakʿa

or ra·kʿah

[ ruhk-uh ]
/ ˈrʌk ə /
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noun Islam.
a portion of the salat, the prescribed prayers said five times a day, that combines a ritual of bows and prostrations with the recitation of prayers.
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Origin of rakʿa

From the Arabic word rakʿah
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How to use rakʿa in a sentence

  • These are 20 attitudes (rakah) assumed in prayer during Ramn after the Bed-time Prayer.

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