Bahaʾism

or Ba·ha·ism, Ba·hā·ʾīsm

[buh-hah-iz-uh m, -hahy-iz-]

Origin of Bahaʾism

Related formsBa·ha·ʾist, noun, adjective
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Examples from the Web for bahaism

Historical Examples of bahaism

  • Bahaism reminds me of a horse which was offered for sale in Persia.

    Bahaism and Its Claims

    Samuel Graham Wilson

  • There are other claims of Bahaism of a specific nature which might be considered.

    Bahaism and Its Claims

    Samuel Graham Wilson

  • Much in Bahaism must be taken on faith, without logical proof.

    Bahaism and Its Claims

    Samuel Graham Wilson

  • But it is evident that Bahaism is inconsistent with Christianity, as indeed with Islam.

    Bahaism and Its Claims

    Samuel Graham Wilson

  • Bahaism does not exercise the transforming power that is claimed for it.

    Bahaism and Its Claims

    Samuel Graham Wilson


British Dictionary definitions for bahaism

Baha′ísm

noun
  1. another name, not in Baha'í use, for the Baha′ísm
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