Also called Nuristani. a member of an Indo-European people of Nuristan.
kaf·ir .Islam. a person who has no religious faith; unbeliever.
kaf·ir .Also kaf·fir. a grain sorghum, Sorghum bicolor caffrorum, having stout, short-jointed, leafy stalks, introduced into the United States from southern Africa. : Also called kaf·ir corn [kaf-er kawrn] /ˈkæf ər ˈkɔrn/ .
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How to use Kafir in a sentence
He no doubt could have been roused to fury if a real Kafir contributed to his younger brother preferring a-h-h-h-h to Allah.Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Best Friend, Brendan Mess, an Unsolved Killing | Michael Daly | April 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Langalibalele is not a true Kafir at all: he is a Fingor, a half-caste tribe contemptuously christened by the Kafirs "dogs."
Probably a corruption of the popular term “Kafir,” ama being the plural sign.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley | Bertram Mitford
Still Tryon answered not, but the Kafir's words struck a wild chord in his heart.
He has a good deal to say about the Kafir wine in that inimitable Diary of his, and his appreciation of 134 it was not great.The Gates of India | Thomas Holdich
The few inhabitants who are hidden away in remote villages and hamlets belong to the great Kafir community.The Gates of India | Thomas Holdich
British Dictionary definitions for Kafir
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