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Use "djinni" in a sentence
"The long-suffering djinni is growing weak and vulnerable from too much time in this world, and his patience is nearing its end."
"Uh-huh, I recalled at the back of my mind, "djinni" is singular, "djinn" plural."
"Though actually "djinni" is a more authentic, Arabic way of saying "genie"."