noun, plural jinns, (especially collectively) jinn. Islamic Mythology.
Origin of jinn
noun, plural djins, (especially collectively) djin. Islam.
Related Words for djinnrogue, scamp, ogre, imp, dastard, adversary, brute, beast, knave, villain, Lucifer, Satan, hellion, fiend, genie, scoundrel, monster, Beelzebub, Mephistopheles, djinn
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Historical Examples of djinn
So the Djinn set to work and got the city ready in a night, sculpture and all.Home Life in Germany
Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
"Arguing with Fra Tomasso is like trying wrestle a djinn," Daoud said.The Saracen: Land of the Infidel
The djinn was in for a lifer, and was immortal; so thought Challis to himself.It Never Can Happen Again
William De Morgan
The djinn had been at once a triumph and a sad mistake of nature.
Anyway, there sure as hell weren't any djinn on Earth today.
1680s, djen, from Arabic jinn, collective plural, "demons, spirits, angels." The proper singular is jinni. Cf. genie.