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- n. One who has participated in a hajj.
- n. A Muslim or Arab.
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- n. a general term used by foreign soldiers to refer to the Iraqi people
- n. an Arabic term of respect for someone who has made the pilgrimage to Mecca
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He also explains the definition of the Arabic word "hajji."
As a child, I knew therefore that a hajji was a Muslim woman who covered her head because she had made the pilgrimage to Mecca.
The 65 year old "hajji" and the 19 year old "wallah bro" must take those few minutes every August and November to do their duty for our community.
Amongst Americans, the most widely known account of a hajji, a male who has undertaken the hajj to Mecca, is that of the Nebraskan-born African American Malcolm X who completed his first of two pilgrimages in April 1964.
She changed into her best black cloak, the one Mohamad called her “super hajji” robe, and called Hanan to brag that she was going downtown.
Never eat the M&Ms in your MREs—toss them in the burn pit and, voila, hajji left you alone for another three days.
I imagined what we must look like to the Hezbollah men crouched resentfully in their tents: two unveiled women, one of them eating pink cotton candy and wearing a cherry-red jacket; one cranky old hajji, barely able to walk, supported by her son, who seemed to have brought her to the tent city expressly so she could parade through and tell them they were bums.
Bihar joined other secret Jewish hajji, one of a band of secret Mashadi Jews from Persia who came back to Persia from Mecca by way of Khazaria to bring other secret Jews the news of Jerusalem's growing Jewish settlement.
Maybe turning loose a captive, a guy in an orange jump-suit, and screaming run, hajji, run! and then releasing one (two? three?) of those “Military dogs” to, um, demonstrate their “skills” for you, Dayana?
The hajji in the window looked like he had burlap wrapped around the bottom half of his face.