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Sikh

Pronunciation: /siːk/

noun

An adherent of Sikhism.
Example sentences
  • The Sikh Coalition would also like to encourage all Sikhs to wear the kirpan freely.
  • Although idol worship is not indicated in Sikhism, many Sikhs attend Hindu temples.
  • Although the Sikh God is beyond description Sikhs feel able to pray to God as a person and a friend who cares for them.

adjective

Relating to Sikhs or Sikhism.
Example sentences
  • The presentations focused on general principles and beliefs of Sikhism and the Sikh identity.
  • This hymn-singing is called Kirtan, and is an essential part of Sikh worship.
  • Maestro of Sikh music, Dya Singh performs a special concert in Byron.

Origin

From Punjabi 'disciple', from Sanskrit śiṣya.

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