Any sin that entails a prescribed punishment in this life or a threat of punishment in the Hereafter or leads to curse, wrath, or negation of faith.
"Khushū‘": submission, quiescence, subservience. A person who has "khushū‘" in their prayer is wholeheartedly engaged in it. Other meanings: calm, peacefulness.
"Yaqīn": firmness, certitude, verification and knowledge that is free from doubt. Opposite: doubt, suspicion. Original meaning: stillness, prominence, permanence, steadiness.
"Tawādu‘": humility, manifestation of submissiveness. Opposite: arrogance, haughtiness. It is derived from "wad‘", which means: putting down and lowering. Other meanings: humbleness, docility, gentleness
All the intentions, deeds, and words that Allah the Exalted loves and is pleased with and that bring one closer to Him.
"Ikhlās": purity, filtration, refinement, selection. The term was later used to refer to pure monotheism and avoidance of showing off in performing acts of worship.
"Mūbiqāt" (sing. mūbiqah): sins that lead one to ruin and loss.
"Hayā’": modesty, shyness. It is derived from "hayāh", which is: life. Opposite: insolence, audacity.
"Karāmah": dignity, honor. It is derived from "karam", which means generosity, abundance. Opposite: stinginess. Other meanings: nobility, grace.
The foundations upon which something is established and without which it cannot be achieved.
"Taqiyyah": caution, seeking protection from evil and harm.
"Qunūt": hopelessness, extreme despair. It is derived from "qant", which means prevention. Opposite: hope. Other meanings: giving up hope.
"Wasīlah": the means getting one closer to someone else. It is derived from "tawassul", which means desire, pursuit. Other meanings: cause, path to something.
Fear and weakness that keep a person dismayed and prevent him form going forward.
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