Definition for haji (2 of 2)
or hadj·i, haj·i
noun, plural haj·jis.
Origin of hajji
Examples from the Web for haji
“I do all this stuff in the community and the haji mart over there,” he said, using the slang for Iraqis used by U.S. soldiers.Awkward: This Democratic Judicial Candidate's Husband Is a White Supremacist|Gideon Resnick|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the past, nationalist and Islamist groups have cooperated; and some Baathists like Haji Bakr have later become Islamists.
“We told Afghans not to vote,” said Haji Shakor, a Taliban commander in central Afghanistan.Pakistan’s Deal With the Devil And The Taliban Shadow Surge|Jacob Siegel|April 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It wounded two more people, said police spokesman Haji Yaqoob of Khost province.
Then Haji Kas arose, and gat him out of the chest; and he and his son slank away in shame together.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
Haji Baba shook his head, which signifies with a Turk: I anticipated that.The Slaves of the Padishah|Mr Jkai
He financed more especially a Balinini chief called Haji Daman.End of the Tether|Joseph Conrad
There was strong reason to hope, however, that they would find shelter with the haji kafila, also on the road.The Diary of a Hunter from the Punjab to the Karakorum Mountains|Augustus Henry Irby
They have nothing out of the way about them to mark them from their fellows, except that Haji Äli goes lame on his right leg.In Court and Kampong|Hugh Clifford