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Saad is a letter of the Arabic alphabet. In words it sounds much like the English letter 's' but with more of a whistle sound. One of the Surahs (chapters) of the Quran is called Saad.
Sa'adah means happiness.
Sabah means morning. It is also used as a boy's name.
Sabah Al Khair (صباح الخير)
(1) A person who is waiting for something to happen is said to be sabir.
The person would only be described as saboor if he/she was patient most of the time, or it was a trait of their character.
The word saboor is used to describe someone who is often patient, or patient by nature
Charity for the sake of Allah - not the obligatory charity.
Charity. Often, sadaqah is given out of personal reasons to whomever the giver deems suitable, e.g. a local charity shop. Giving sadaqah is given irrespective of the compulsory taxes and doesn't count as zakat - zakat must be payed irrelevent of the amount spent in sadaqah.
Sadaqah Jariyah (صدقة جارية)
Sadaqah Jariyah means Continuous Alms/Charity. A continuous charity is an action that someone does that remains active even after the person is dead. For example, if a person digs a well then lots of people can use it and for a very long time - even after the person dies. It is a very effective type of charity that serves better than just giving money as the person who initiated the action will get thawab (plus points) even after he dies.
A popular slogan that explains the concept has been used by different charities in their advert. It goes something like this: "Give a man a fish and he can eat for a day, but give the man a boat and a net to catch fish with then he can feed himself and his family for a life-time."