noun, plural Wah·ha·bis. Islam.
Origin of Wahhabi
Examples from the Web for wahabi
So I'm not scared of Cordoba House, with or without its Wahabi backers.
Why should he answer to a Mahratta laonee if he be Wahabi—or Sikh?'Soldiers Three|Rudyard Kipling
Coffee-shops take the place of spirit and wine shops, which in the strict Wahabi country would not be, for a moment, tolerated.Southern Arabia|Theodore Bent
Soon the Wahabi leaven began to produce profound disturbances in the most distant quarters.
noun plural -bis
1807, follower of Islamic fundamentalist Abd-el-Wahhab (1691-1787), from his name, with Arabic genitive suffix -i.