noun, plural ka·dis.
Definition for kadi (2 of 2)
or ca·di, ka·di
noun, plural qa·dis.
Origin of qadi
Examples from the Web for kadi
The slave produced from her pocket the bundle, laid it before the Kadi, and then stated her complaint against her mistress.Ten Years' Captivity in the Mahdi's Camp 1882-1892|F. R. Wingate
Somebody had to be burdened with the blame, and the Kadi realized his opportunity.The Weird Orient|Henry Iliowizi
I have already described how the Khalifa disposed of his most trusted adherent, the Kadi Ahmed.Fire and Sword in the Sudan|Rudolf C. Slatin
But the kadi and the other Saracens insisted that he should declare his own opinion concerning Mahomet.
The kadi Yahya Ibn Aktham, although famous for his licentiousness, was orthodox to the marrow.A Boswell of Baghdad|E. V. Lucas