He financed more especially a Balinini chief called Haji Daman.
Haji Wasub was on deck and ready to carry out the white man's commands.
And when the morning morrowed, the man arose, and said, What shall we now do with Haji Kas?
So Haji Kas entered the chest, and the woman turned the key upon him.
It is said that both Haji and the visitors from Corea made porcelain.
Burton calls it a translation of a poem by a certain Haji Abdu.
Haji Baba shook his head, which signifies with a Turk: I anticipated that.
The Haji tore the letter into fragments, and made some unseemly remarks.
Truly a man must itch to be called Haji who gallops thus on the road to Mecca.'
"Haji," a naked little urchin muttered, looking up from his play; but he should have known better.