noun, plural hadj·is.
Definition for hadji (2 of 2)
or hadj·i, haj·i
noun, plural haj·jis.
Origin of hajji
Examples from the Web for hadji
Hadji Murat and his murid mount their horses and ride off just in time.
Exhausted, Hadji Murat goes to bed at once, sleeping fully dressed, poised for flight.
Everyone in the mountains knew Hadji Murad, and how he slew the Russian swine.
But because Hadji Murad is only 100 pages long, its structure is more obvious, even flashy.
Hadji roared at them, loading his revolver all the time, calling them "sons of burnt fathers," and other choice names.
He rolled to his gun, still miraculously alive, and took aim at the nearest Hadji.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
Time sped on, sympathy was growing tired of expending itself on Hadji Ahmet, and his crusts of bread were few and far between.Told in the Coffee House|Cyrus Adler
Hadji Hussein is quiet in manner and speech, and though he has seven muleteers, yells and shouts are unknown.
Hadji buried his money, of which he had a large sum, and lay down upon it.Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan, Volume II (of 2)|Isabella L. Bird