"Damān": guaranteeing, assuming liability. Original meaning: putting something in another thing that contains it.
"Ta‘wīd": giving compensation to someone. It is derived from "‘iwad", which means: compensation, substitute.
"Ghasb": openly taking something unjustly and by force.
"Ightisāb": taking something in an oppressive and unjust manner and by force. It is derived from "ghasb", which means: compulsion.
Someone who steals the property of another with force and harm, whether this is done secretly or openly.
Attacking the enemy by surprise in order to take their wealth and lives, and to assault them.
Being a property that is lawful to benefit from according to the Shariah.
Snatching something in the presence of its owner while he is inattentive and running away with it.
Fairness of the judge and his aiding a litigant against the one who wronged him.