or Ba·ha·i, Ba·hā·ʾī
Origin of Bahaʾi
How to use Bahaʾi in a sentence
Mahoney helped author the I-STOP legislation based on data his office collected in regard to fraud.No More Paper Prescriptions: Docs Fight Fraud by Going Electronic|Dale Eisinger|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As of 2012, there are over 523,000 people across the country on Medicaid waiver lists; over 309,000 of those people have I/DD.
Barbra Driskill-Scherer is the mother of 9-year-old Gunnar, who has I/DD.
Or a reference to Enron, or Elian Gonzalez, or the Baha Men.
Republicans keep saying Democrats are obsessed with the I-word.
James I. sent forth his famous "Counterblast" and in the strongest manner condemned its use.
Clinical study of the blood may be discussed under the following heads: I. Hemoglobin.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
The reader wishes to infallibly remember that the date of the beheading of Charles I. was 1649.Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
As for the slipperiness of the ground, my opponent will run no greater risks than I. I am not the only impatient one.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
But you are a gambler and so am I. I will play you for those documents against twenty-five thousand francs.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
British Dictionary definitions for Bahaʾi
Word Origin for Baha'í
Cultural definitions for Bahaʾi
A teacher or follower of Bahaism, a religion advocating universal peace and stressing the spiritual unity of humankind. It was founded in 1863 in Persia as an offshoot of an earlier sect called Babism.