In medieval England, the Lord’s Prayer was often used as a measurement of time in medical and culinary books.
There is an Orthodox Jewish prayer men say in the morning thanking God for not making them a woman.
Orthodox Jews say a prayer after defecation thanking God for having an anus and for the ability to use it.
The word “lullaby” comes from the Hebrew meaning “Lilith, begone”. It was a prayer to keep children safe from the demon woman.