Sikh

[ US /ˈsik/ ]
NOUN
  1. an adherent of Sikhism
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the Sikhs or their religious beliefs and customs
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  • It showed an old Sikh warrior on a pony, glaring at the camera fiercely, a huge spear in his hand.
  • The ban will likely include large Christian crosses, Jewish yarmulkes, Muslim hijabs and turbans worn by Sikhs.
  • And here the conquered men of Ind, swarthy horsemen and sword wielders, fiercely barbaric, blazing in crimson and scarlet, Sikhs, Rajputs, Burmese, province by province, and caste by caste. CORONATION DAY
  • She accused the Congress government of treating the whole Sikh community as extremists, and authorising untold atrocities.
  • Of the 10 Sikh gurus, nine visited the town, the only exception being Guru Angad Dev.
  • Some of those trees will reforest a site at Sikhote-Alin Reserve in the Far East that suffers from yearly wildfires.
  • Jews and Sikhs have been treated by the courts as belonging to racial and ethnic as well as to religious groups.
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  • All Sikh women have the middle name Kaur pronounced “core”, which means “princess” in Sanskrit. ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS
  • Fuck the squeegee men, fuck the Sikhs and the Pakistanis, dirtying up the clean windshield of my car. Get a fucking job !
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