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A follower of the Ahmadiyya movement.
- ‘About 15,000 Ahmadis live in the United States.’
- ‘He has been an Ahmadi all his life, as have all the members of his family.’
- ‘His friend was interested in Ahmadiyya and found out that the claimant was an Ahmadi.’
- ‘"As a Muslim, as an Ahmadi, I feel my role is to improve the world," Mr. Rashid said in an interview.’
- ‘Many Ahmadis crossed into Pakistan at Partition in 1947.’
Early 20th century: Urdu aḥmadī, from Ahmad (see Ahmadiyya).
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