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See also: bahai, Baha'i, Bahá'í, and Baháʼí



Bahai (plural Bahais)

  1. Alternative form of Baháʼí


Bahai (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of Baháʼí
    • 1970 December 20 [1970 December 19], “‘True Light’ Sect in Carolinas Bracing for End of the World”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on March 06, 2021, page 49[2]:
      The congregation filed out to encounter a band of youthful believers in the Bahai Faith, who had come to convince the True Lights that Christ had already returned in 1844 in the person of Baha'u'llah, the Persian founder of Bahaism.
      One of the proselytizers urged Russell McLeod, an elder, to read some Bahai tracts, but the Camden, S. C., True Light leader replied politely: “We don't have much time.”