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Sadaqallah Ul Azeem

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Salam, I would like to request a WORD by WORD translation of "Sadaqallah ul Azeem".

 

I've come to know that it means "Verily Allah speaks the truth" but what does Sadaqa mean? Sadaqallah? Azeem? and how do they work together.

Thank you.

 

Another word by word translation is someone would please take some time to explain:

Labbaik Allah humma labbaik - O my Lord, here I am at Your service, here I am.
Labbaik la sharika laka labbaik - There is no partner with You here I am.
Innal hamda - Truly the praise
Wan-ni'mata - and the provisions are Yours,
Laka walmulk - and so is the dominion and sovereignty.
Laa sharika lak. - There is no partner with You.

 

What does "labbaik" mean? "Here I am"?

If labbaik means "here I am", then the second line Labbaik la sharika laka labbaik should mean "Here I am, There is no partner with You, here I am."

"Allah Humma" means "I'm at your service"?

 

Please explain. Thanks.






 

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Assalam alaikum.

Here is the word sadaqa from the dictionary:

 

صَدَق : قالَ الصّدْقَ ، كانَ صادِقاً

be true ; say (tell ; sincere ; speak) the truth ; truthful

 

 

صَدَق :

be certain ; be confirmed ; be correct ; be definite ; be established ; be prove to be true ; be proved ; be right ; be turn out to be true

 

http://corpus.quran.com/wordbyword.jsp?chapter=3&verse=95

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