Sikh meaning

sēk; sĭk
A member of a religion founded by the guru Nanak about 1500 in N India and based on monotheism and the rejection of the caste system and of idolatry.
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An adherent of Sikhism.
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Of or relating to the Sikhs or to Sikhism.
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An adherent of Sikhism.
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Of or relating to the Sikhs or to Sikhism.
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Of or relating to Sikhs or Sikhism.
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Of, or relating to the Sikhs or to Sikhism.
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Origin of sikh

  • Hindi from Sanskrit śiṭyaḥ disciple from śikṭati he wishes to learn desiderative of śaknoti is able
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Hindi from Sanskrit śiṭyaḥ disciple from śikṭati he wishes to learn desiderative of śaknoti is able
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Sanskrit via Punjabi for student, disciple, or seeker.
    From Wiktionary