Abid scored 112 against Australia in Dubai on his one-day worldwide debut in March this year.
Rain for the third consecutive day has delayed the resumption of the first test in Pakistan in 10 years.
The 32-year-old Abid could get a unique distinction by becoming the first batsman in history to score a hundred in both his ODI and test match debuts.
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With gates opened to the crowd for free, about 12 000 fans were kept entertained by Dhananjaya and then Abid.
Wet weather has badly disrupted the test match, allowing only 91.5 overs over the first three days before the entire fourth day's play was washed out due to rain on Saturday.
Abid's feat spiced up the historic Test, the first in Pakistan since the 2009 attacks on the Sri Lankan team bus left global cricket suspended in the country.
Dhananjaya finally completed his sixth Test century in the morning. Dhananjaya de Silva is unbeaten at 87 while Dilruwan Parera is not out at six.
The pick of the Pakistan bowlers were 16-year-old pace bowler Naseem Shah, who took 2-92, and Shaheen Shah Afridi with 2-58.
The second Test is in Karachi starting December 19.