noun, plural gha·zis.
Origin of ghazi
Examples from the Web for ghazi
According to Hamas official Ghazi Hamad, Palestinians applying to leave Gaza these days are being told to come back in September.
Ghazi Ramadan, 40, woke up in Tripoli Sunday morning feeling anxious and looking for news about the protests.
Not a year passes on the frontier but some young officer falls a victim to one of these ghazi fanatics.
Many an one the English have dubbed Ghazi, because he crossed the border and buried his knife in a man on church parade!King--of the Khyber Rifles|Talbot Mundy
Recent writers have styled the territory of the Athalik Ghazi Kashgaria.The Life of Yakoob Beg|Demetrius Boulger
After breakfast, therefore, at 8.30 got into a launch and landed at Ghazi Baba with young Brodrick as my only companion.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2|Ian Hamilton
Yet, but for the mission school, Muzaffar Khan might have been the ghazi himself.
British Dictionary definitions for ghazi
noun plural -zis
Word Origin for ghazi
Word Origin and History for ghazi
Muslim warrior fighting the infidels, 1735, from Arabic ghazi, properly participle of ghaza (stem gh-z-w) "he made war."