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5.
Normally this is a term some US military (deployed to Middle Eastern countries) refer to Middle Easterners or even those that appear middle eastern, but are really from India and places more distant like that. Sometimes it can be used in a way to taunt them to clean up around the office. (see also hodger)
SGT Chavarria: Hey Arocho, look at all those hajjis coming into the base. What do you think they are up to?

SPC Arocho: I dunno Chav, must be seeking revenge for that time SGM yelled at dem hodgers we had sweepin in our office, to get to cleaning his desert SUV on the double.

SGT Chavarria: Yeh or maybe when he had their backs spray painted with 'STAY ARMY' haha! oh shit RPG! Take cover! damn hajjis!!
por Mike 'earl' Arocho 29 de Julho de 2005
 
1.
Term used in the U.S. military for person of Arab/Middle Eastern descent. Supposedly in arabic the word Hajji is added to a person's name to signify that they've made the Hadj pilgramage to Mecca.
Our convoy took sniper and RPG fire from group of 8-10 hajjis.
por Trav 24 de Setembro de 2004
 
2.
A title of respect that a Muslim gains after completing the hajj (pilgrimage) to Mecca. The Hajj is one of the five pillars of faith that a Muslim needs to fulfill to get to heaven.
Mr. Taliban is a hypocrite and would never become a true Hajji.
por Fred L. 18 de Setembro de 2007
 
3.
used by some US military in the middle east as an adjective to describe locally obtained, usually ersatz, products.
When we resupplied the ship's store in Bahrain, we only could get Fanta and Hajji Dew.
por T-S 16 de Dezembro de 2006
 
4.
Hajji is a title in Islam for one who has completed the pilgrimage to Mecca (a rite known as Hajj), as dictated by Islamic faith.

It is most commonly used in an ironic manner toward Muslims who have not completed Hajj, and has expanded to a general derogatory term for Arabs.

However the title is an honor to those who have completed Hajj, and is not restricted to any single ethnicity.
Afghans typically cannot afford to make the pilgrimage west to Mecca, and are particularly insulted to be called "Hajji".

Muslims in eastern Europe may be offended by to be called "Hajji", since many erroneously consider all Muslims to be Arabs.
por Noah Majinashin 01 de Setembro de 2010
 
6.
A name used to describe people of Indian (from India) decent. It originates from a character in the cartoon series "Johnny Quest".
All the motels in town are owned by Hajjis.
por JREwing 11 de Abril de 2006
 
7.
to hajji, is to bonce on a see-saw whilst wearing a trilby and eating fried chicken. (honest truth)
"im hungry and have no fashion sence, i'm off to Hajji!"
por -=NeTaLiCiOuS=- 01 de Junho de 2004