Jinn (noun)

  1. A supernatural spirit in Islamic mythology, often portrayed as a powerful and malevolent being.
  2. A being similar to a genie in Islamic and Arabian mythology, which is said to possess great supernatural powers.

Origin:

From arabic jinnī "genie, spirit".

Examples:

  1. The jinn was said to have granted the wish of the person who freed it from the bottle.
  2. In Islamic belief, jinn are created from smokeless fire and are capable of good and evil.
  3. The jinn is a powerful spirit that is capable of granting wishes to those who summon it.
  4. It is said that jinns can take on various forms, including that of a human or animal.
  5. Jinns are believed to live in a parallel world to humans, unseen but able to interact with them.
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