- n. Plural form of jin.
“I know احرار الجنس (ahrar el jins) has been proposed for this, but have never really heard it in use.”
“Agar kaht-i-mardum uftad, az ín sih jins kam gírí;”
“It would be a pity for a man like you to fall into the hands of jins and demons.”
“_Asura_, a general term for various supernatural beings not regarded as gods, but in general hostile to them, nearly the same as the jins or genii of the "Arabian Nights.”
“It duly took place, to the great dismay of my guests, who well-nigh knocked out the bottoms of all my kitchen utensils in their endeavour to frighten away the jins who had thus laid hold of the planet.”
“He ran away from his Massa en his Daddy en jins the U.S. Army during the S.cess War en I'se now drawing a pension from Uncle S.m.”
“But the real reason was probably that they served as spirit scarers, which they would do in effect by frightening away snakes, scorpions and noxious insects; for it is clear that the bites of such reptiles and insects, which often escape unseen, must be largely responsible for the vast imaginative fabric of the belief in evil spirits, just as Professor Robertson Smith demonstrates that the _jins_ or _genii_ of Arabia were really wild animals.”
“They live in an ideal world of their own, peopled with jins, fairies, houris, and every kind of imaginative being that has ever been conjured up by tradition or story.”
“Mehemet Ali, and was now deserted or inhabited only by ghosts of the past, -- the resort of ghouls and jins from the neighboring grave-yards.”
“Give up the journey to Waq, it is full of risk, and the jins there will certainly kill you. ”
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