or Ba·ha·i, Ba·hā·ʾī
noun, plural Ba·ha·ʾis.
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Origin of Bahaʾi
Words nearby Bahaʾi
Example sentences from the Web for Bahaʾi
“We saw connections in neoconservative think tanks as well as the Bahai faith,” Hultquist said of his research.
Notwithstanding these repudiations of Pantheism, nearly every investigator finds it at the basis of Bahai teaching.
The world and its events are to be reckoned from the Bahai cycle.
Fortunately besides the older Babi books, there is an abundance of Bahai literature.
The latter would be entirely Bahai and either lording it over or in conflict with the civil administration.
Not one of these is new; not one owes its position in the world of thought or activity to the Bahai propaganda.
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.