Translation of ablution in Spanish:

ablution

Pronunciation: /əˈbluːʃən/

noun/nombre

  • [Religion/Religión] (usually plural/generalmente en plural) ablución (feminine) to perform one's ablutions [humorous/humorístico] hacerse* la toilette [humorous/humorístico]
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    • She would have been down there taking a ceremonial ablution and praying to the river god Hapi, who was also the god of fertility.
    • He may practice Divine knowledge, meditation, pilgrimages, and ablutions.
    • He applied sandal paste on his forehead and wore the sacred thread across his body and was rigorous in the ablutions before prayers.

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