Definition of ghazi in English:

ghazi

Syllabification: gha·zi
Pronunciation: /ˈɡäzē
 
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noun (plural ghazis)

(Often as an honorific title) a Muslim fighter against non-Muslims.
More example sentences
  • In addition there were about ten thousand Ghazis.
  • The Ghazis of Mughal India used marijuana to induce fearlessness.

Origin

from Arabic al-ġāzī, participle of ġazā 'invade, raid'.

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