"Idhn": permission. Original meaning: to lift prohibition, to permit. Other meanings: proclamation, from which comes the word "Adhān" (the call to prayer).
"Wisāyah": when someone asks another person to do something on his behalf while he is absent. Original meaning: joining something to another. Other meanings: acceptance, affirmation.
"Barā’ah": discarding and being cleared from something. Original meaning: avoidance of what is disliked. Other meanings: abandonment, severance, separation.
The person who is represented by another to act on his behalf, and he is the one affected by the outcome of this representation.
Anything by which a person preserves his right from loss.
The consequences of an action and the rights that it involves.
The person upon whom the validity of the marriage contract is contingent, such as father, his agent, or the like.
Having the authority to do a particular action on behalf of another so that the outcome of the action would benefit the represented person.