[jee-nee] /ˈdʒi ni/
Islamic Mythology. .
a spirit, often appearing in human form, that when summoned by a person carries out the wishes of the summoner.
any spirit; demon.
(in fairy tales and stories) a servant who appears by magic and fulfils a person’s wishes
another word for jinni
(Canadian) an award given by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television in recognition of Canadian cinematic achievements
1650s, “tutelary spirit,” from French génie, from Latin genius (see genius); used in French translation of “Arabian Nights” to render Arabic jinni, singular of jinn, which it accidentally resembled, and attested in English with this sense from 1748.
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[jee-nee-ahy] /ˈdʒi niˌaɪ/ noun 1. a plural of . [jeen-yuh s] /ˈdʒin yəs/ noun, plural geniuses for 2, 3, 8, genii [jee-nee-ahy] /ˈdʒi niˌaɪ/ (Show IPA), for 6, 7, 9, 10. 1. an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work in science, art, music, etc.: the genius of Mozart. […]
[jen-in] /ˈdʒɛn ɪn/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. .
- Geniohyoid muscle
geniohyoid muscle ge·ni·o·hy·oid muscle (jē’nē-ō-hī’oid’) n. A muscle with origin in the mandible, with insertion to the hyoid bone, with nerve supply from the first and second cervical nerve, and whose action draws the hyoid forward or depresses the jaw when the hyoid is fixed.