afreet

  • 1 Afreet — Af reet, n. Same as {Afrit}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 afreet — [af′rēt΄, ə frēt′] n. [Ar ʿifrīt] Arabian Myth. a strong, evil demon or jinni …

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  • 3 Afreet — Afrit Af rit, Afrite Af rite, Afreet Af reet, n. [Arab. ifr[=i]t.] (Moham. Myth.) A powerful evil jinnee, demon, or monstrous giant. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 afreet — or afrit noun Etymology: Arabic ‘ifrīt Date: 1786 a powerful evil jinni, demon, or monstrous giant in Arabic mythology …

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  • 5 afreet — /af reet, euh freet /, n. Arabian Myth. a powerful evil demon or monster. Also, afrit. [1795 1805; < dial. Ar afrit < Pahlavi afritan creature] * * * …

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  • 6 afreet — n. evil spirit or powerful demon (Arabian Mythology) …

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  • 7 afreet — [ afri:t] (also afrit) noun (in Arabian and Muslim mythology) a powerful jinn or demon. Origin C18: from Arab. ῾ifrīt …

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  • 8 afreet — af•reet or afrit [[t]ˈæf rit, əˈfrit[/t]] n. ear a powerful evil demon or monster in Arabian myths • Etymology: 1795–1805; < dial. Ar ‘afrīt < Pahlavi āfrītan …

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  • 9 afreet — /əˈfrit/ (say uh freet) noun (in Arabic mythology) a powerful evil spirit. {Arabic, from Persian} …

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  • 10 afreet —   n. in Arabian mythology, an evil spirit or giant monster …

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  • 11 afreet — n. (also afrit) a demon in Muslim mythology. Etymology: Arab. ifrit …

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  • 13 List of English words of Persian origin — As Indo European languages, English and Persian have many words of common Proto Indo European origin, and many of these cognate words often have similar forms. Examples of these include: English (Mother) and Persian (Madar), English (Father) and… …

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  • 14 Demon — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Demon >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 demon demon demonry demonology Sgm: N 1 evil genius evil genius fiend familiar daeva devil Sgm: N 1 bad spirit bad spirit unclean spirit …

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  • 15 ifrit — ˈiˌfrēt, əˈf noun ( s) Etymology: Arabic ifrīt more at afreet : afreet …

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  • 16 af|rite — af|rit or af|rite «AF reet, uh FREET», noun. = afreet. (Cf. ↑afreet) …

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  • 17 af|rit — or af|rite «AF reet, uh FREET», noun. = afreet. (Cf. ↑afreet) …

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  • 18 Afrit — Af rit, Afrite Af rite, Afreet Af reet, n. [Arab. ifr[=i]t.] (Moham. Myth.) A powerful evil jinnee, demon, or monstrous giant. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 19 Afrite — Afrit Af rit, Afrite Af rite, Afreet Af reet, n. [Arab. ifr[=i]t.] (Moham. Myth.) A powerful evil jinnee, demon, or monstrous giant. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 20 afrit — noun see afreet …

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