ابواب الماء المضاف والمستعمل

Chapters on Mixed and Used Water

Chapter 1 - Mixed (water) does not lift the ḥadath (an occurrence that breaks one’s wuḍū) and not remove filth

Chapter 2 – The ruling of nabīdh and milk

Chapter 3 – The ruling of rose water

Chapter 4 – The ruling of saliva

Chapter 5 - The rendering of mixed water impure by (its) meeting the impurity, even if it is abundant, and likewise the liquid substances

Chapter 6 – The dislike of purity by water which the sun has warmed in the vessel, and to knead (dough) with it

Chapter 7 – The dislike of purity by the water which the fire has warmed in the ghusl of the dead, and its permissibility in the ghusl of the living

Chapter 8 – Water that has been used in the wuḍū is pure and purifying, and thus is the rest of its water

Chapter 9 – The ruling of that has been used in the ghusl from janāba, and what sprinkles from the drops of the water of the ghusl in the vessel, and other than it, and the ruling of washwater

Chapter 10 – The recommendation of sprinkling four handfuls of water for someone who fears the return of the water of the ghusl or the wuḍū to him: a handful before him, a handful behind him, a handful to his right, and a handful to his left, then he does ghusl or does wuḍū

Chapter 11 – The dislike of doing ghusl with the washwater of the ḥammām with the absence of knowledge of its impurity, and that impure water does not become pure by its reaching a kurr

Chapter 12 – The permissibility of purity by the hot waters from which the odor of sulfur gives off smell, and the dislike of seeking a cure by it

Chapter 13 – Purity of the water of istinjā

Chapter 14 – The permissibility of wuḍū by the remaining water of istinjā and the dislike of its habituation save for other than the washing of the hand prior to inserting the vessel