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Druze

or Druse

[ drooz ]
/ druz /
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noun

Islam. a member of an independent religious sect living chiefly in Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, established in the 11th century as a branch of Ismaʿili Shiʿism and containing elements of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and believing in the transmigration of souls and the ultimate perfection of humankind.

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Origin of Druze

1595–1605; <Arabic durūz, plural of durzī a Druze, derivative of the name of one of the sect founders, Muḥammad ibn Ismāʿīl al-Darazī

OTHER WORDS FROM Druze

Dru·ze·an, Dru·zi·an, adjective
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