Definition of Jinnis

1. Noun. (plural of jinni) ¹



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Definition of Jinnis

1. jinni [n] - See also: jinni

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinnis

jinjilis
jink
jinked
jinker
jinkers
jinkier
jinkies
jinkiest
jinking
jinks
jinky
jinn
jinnee
jinnees
jinni
jinnis (current term)
jinns
jinny road
jinny roads
jinricksha
jinrickshas
jinrickshaw
jinrickshaws
jinrikisha
jinrikishas
jinriksha
jinrikshas
jins
jinshajiangite
jint

Literary usage of Jinnis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1895)
"They believe that the jinnis when propitiated are very helpful to mankind ; and inasmuch as they inhabit the lower heaven, they can overhear the ..."

2. A Year Amongst the Persians: Impressions as to the Life, Character, and by Edward Granville Browne (1893)
"Now you must know that the operator cannot himself see the forms of the jinnis whom he evokes: he needs for this purpose the assistance of a young child. ..."

3. The Thousand and One Quarters of an Hour: (Tartarian Tales) by Thomas-Simon Gueullette, Leonard C. Smithers (1893)
"These two captains of the jinnis had for almost three hundred ... One day as these two jinnis were upon the banks of the river ..."

4. The Thousand and One Quarters of an Hour: (Tartarian Tales) by Thomas-Simon Gueullette, Leonard Charles Smithers (1893)
"These two captains of the jinnis had for almost three hundred years been at continual war ... One day as these two jinnis were upon the banks of the river ..."

5. The Transmigrations of the Mandarin Fum-Hoam (Chinese Tales) by Thomas-Simon Gueullette (1894)
"of these words, the jinnis, both good and evil, stood aghast, and enquired of one another why the world was in such disorder ; that other words made them ..."

6. First Footsteps in East Africa, Or, An Exploration of Harar by Richard Francis Burton, John Hanning Speke, William C. Barker (1894)
"The reader, misled by a marginal reference, happened to say, " Angels, Men, and jinnis:" the ... took the book and found written, " Men, Angels, and jinnis. ..."

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