jinn

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From Arabic جِنّ(jinn) (singular جِنِّي(jinnī))

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jinn (plural jinns or jinn)

  1. (Muslim demonology) A genie and descendant of the jann, normally invisible to the human eye, but who may also appear in animal or human form, equivalent to demons in Jewish demonology.

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jinn m (plural jinns)

  1. (Muslim demonology) jinn (spirit)

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

jinn m (plural jinns)

  1. Alternative spelling of djinn