4 Rabi al-Awwal 1442

From my understanding yameen refers to during in the past e.g. wallahi fulan did such and such, but nadhr refers to the future e.g. wallahi I will do such and such, but I am also confused. Can you write the definition of both if possible??

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Sep 1st, 2020
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ANSWER:

This is not correct.

Yameen is an oath whether in the future or the present or the past. 

Nathr is a vow or a pledge and one says it to obligate it upon himself to do a certain form or worship.

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