- (religion) A secretive religious community based mainly in the Middle East, specifically Lebanon, Syria, and Israel.
Druze (plural Druze or Druzes)
- A member of this community.
- (religionists) religionist; agnostic, Asatruar, atheist, Baháʼí, Buddhist, Christian, deist, Druid, Druze, Eckist, heathen, Hindu, Jain, Jedi, Jew, Jucheist, Mormon, Mormonist, Muslim, Odinist, pagan, Pastafarian, Raëlian, Rastafarian, Rodnover, Samaritan, Shintoist, Sikh, Taoist, Unitarian Universalist, Wiccan, Yahwist, Yazidi, Zoroastrian (Category: en:Religion) 
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Druze (not comparable)
- Of, relating to, or to this religious community.
- "The judges were very surprised when they found out I was Druze," she told Sonia Verma in The Times. — People, The Week, Issue 605, page 10.
- Druze men shouted insults when she walked down the street. — People, The Week, Issue 605, page 10.
Druze m (plural Druzen)
Now mostly used in poorly translated texts from English.