or haj, hadj
noun, plural hajj·es.
Origin of hajj
Examples from the Web for hadj
Historical Examples of hadj
Hadj started as if he had been stung, and looked at Domini as if he would like to strangle her.
Batouch laughed softly, and Hadj uttered a word below his breath.
"Hadj is nearly dead with fear," whispered Batouch, complacently.
She remembered the night in the dancing-house, Irena's attack upon Hadj.
Among them were the servants who had accompanied them upon their desert journey, and Hadj.
noun plural hadjes
noun plural hajjes or hadjes
Word Origin for hajj
"pilgrimage to Mecca," from Arabic hajj "pilgrimage," from hajja "he went on a pilgrimage." Related to Hebrew haghagh "he made a pilgrimage, celebrated a feast," hagh "a gathering." One who has made it is a hajji.