or hadj·i, haj·i
noun, plural haj·jis.
Origin of hajji
Examples from the Web for hajji
His latest target has been Hajji Hassan, a Baluch drug lord who fled Iran and settled in Turbat in 2000.The Dangerous Drug-Funded Secret War Between Iran and Pakistan|Umar Farooq|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Our escort, Hajji Zalwar Khan, is the chief elder in charge of the valley council.
We first met Hajji Zalwar Khan over tea and lunch in the Pech Valley in a house clinging to a cliff high above the valley floor.
Hajji Zalwar Khan motions for us to get in the back of the truck while he climbs in front.
Hajji Mari defended the killings in an interview last weekend with The Daily Telegraph.
The Hajji said: 'And on mine also is a name engraved; but there is no name on the amulet.'Actions and Reactions|Rudyard Kipling
The Hajji had refused to watch the horses when his turn came, and the caravan bashi had therefore thrashed him.
"Hajji Baba" at once became a favourite of the cultured reading public, and passed speedily through several editions.The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan|James Morier
But the old Hajji had received strict directions from his son.
I wrote a note to the priest requesting that the money be delivered to the bearer, our confidential Hajji Baba.