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Baha'í

/ bəˈhɑːɪ /

noun

  1. an adherent of the Baha'í Faith


adjective

  1. of or relating to the Baha'í Faith

Baha'i

  1. 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.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Baha'í1

from Persian bahā'ī , literally: of glory, from bahā' u'llāh glory of God, from Arabic
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Example Sentences

“We saw connections in neoconservative think tanks as well as the Bahai faith,” Hultquist said of his research.

The unity in Bahai Assemblies is on so small a scale as to be not worthy of mention.

Mr. Phelps, like many Bahai writers, would ignore the charges.

The Bahai school in Teheran worked under cover for some years.

Similarly in Bombay,473 the Bahai teacher concealed his faith.

But to find the supreme example of Bahai tagiya we have to go to the fountainhead.

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