See also: jain, jaïn, jäin, and -jain

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Borrowed from Sanskrit जैन (jaina).

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Jain (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to Jainism.

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Jain (plural Jains)

  1. An adherent or follower of Jainism.
    • Donovan, The Universal Soldier
      He's a Catholic, a Hindu, an atheist, a Jain,
      A Buddhist and a Baptist and a Jew,
      And he knows he shouldn't kill,
      And he knows he always will

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Jain (plural Jains)

  1. A surname.

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