noun, plural djins, (especially collectively) djin. Islam.
Examples from the Web for djin
The Djin were formerly the souls of a great people inhabiting this region.The World and Its People: Book VII|Anna B. Badlam
The djin, however, was not thus to be propitiated, and the gold of the Pharaohs was never found.The Treasury of Ancient Egypt|Arthur E. P. B. Weigall
If in the raw morning hours a donkey brays, the men are very much perturbed, for they know that the poor beast has seen a djin.Morocco|S.L. Bensusan
Blank verse is like the Djin in the Arabian Nights; it is either the most terrible of masters, or the most powerful of slaves.Books and Characters|Lytton Strachey
My djin had fastened up his little cart under a tree, and together we clambered the steep path on the slippery red soil.Madame Chrysantheme|Pierre Loti