afriti

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[Swahili Word] afriti
[Swahili Plural] afriti
[English Word] devil
[English Plural] devils
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
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[Swahili Word] afriti
[Swahili Plural] afriti
[English Word] evil genius
[English Plural] evil geniuses
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[Swahili Word] afriti
[Swahili Plural] afriti
[English Word] malicious person
[English Plural] malicious people
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
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[Swahili Word] afriti
[Swahili Plural] afriti
[English Word] evil spirit
[English Plural] evil spirits
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
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[Swahili Word] afriti
[Swahili Plural] afriti
[English Word] wicked person
[English Plural] wicked people
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
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Swahili-english dictionary. 2013.

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