"Dayn": debt. It is derived from "dāna". Original meaning: submission, humiliation. It also means: delay. "Dayn" was called as such because of the humiliation it involves, or because its settlement is delayed to a future date.
"Qimār": a bet between two parties which involves a financial risk – loss or gain of money. It is derived from "qamar" (the moon), which sometimes grows into a full moon and at other times decreases and becomes a crescent, just like the gambled money.
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