Jinn

Jinn or djinn (singular: jinnī, djinni, or genie; الجن al-jinn, singular الجني al-jinnī) are supernatural creatures in Islamic mythology as well as pre-Islamic Indian mythology. They are mentioned frequently in the Quran (the 72nd sura is titled Sūrat al-Jinn) and other Islamic texts and inhabit an unseen world in dimensions beyond the...
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Jinn

• (pl. ) of Jinnee • (n.) See Jinnee.
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Jinn

An invisible order of beings who are either good or evil in Islam. They hold extraordinary powers and are held accountable for their actions before God (Smith and Green 1995
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Jinn

In Muslim mythology, a jinn is a spirit which is able to assume human or animal shape. They are supposed to have been created out of fire and maybe either good or bad and may be controlled by man by the use of Talismans.
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Jinn

Supernatural, invisible beings race of beings, below angels. They were made from fire and are capable of looking like humans or animals. Some may dwell in rocks, trees, etc, and may possess black dogs, and black cats. There are good and bad Jinn and all will be judged on Judgment Day.
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Jinn

These are unseen or spiritual beings who are required to follow the orders of Allah and are accountable for their deeds. Like humans, they are given the power to choose between right and wrong.
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