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"hajs" it's a slang word for money in Polish language.
- Gdzie jest mój hajs? (Where is my money?)
by halapenio November 10, 2012
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haj
1. The holy journey to Mecca. It is an act of worship (pilgrimage). It usually gives a great spiritual boost to the pilgrim.

2. A title given to the person who has performed the act of haj. Usually indicates wisdom and serenity.

3. A title sometime given to an elderly Muslim who seems as wise and serene as a haj. This use of the word is controversial however.
First Person: Ahmad is back from haj!
Second Person: Great let's go and congratulate him.

I met Haj Hasan yesterday! He is so wise and respectable.

Haj Ali is a nice person but he didn't have a chance to perform haj yet. He is so eager to see Mecca.
by commentator December 01, 2007
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Haj
Of Arab descent, and from New Jersey. Typically used by people from New York.
"Hey, the guy is a Haj from Jersey, what do you expect?"
by Hercules from NJ October 27, 2009
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4.
Haj
when something is beyond awesome, (usually with great tits)
man that girl is such a Haj.
by D$aki November 03, 2010
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Haj
Racial Slang for Arabs.

-Derives from Hajjie on Johnie Quest (show on cartoon network)
Look, that haj is having oral sex with a camel and wiping up the semen with his turban!
by bradford armstrong June 11, 2005
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HAJ
HAJ - Half A Job

Used to indicate an event where someone has clearly got fucked off mid-way through a task and got someone else to finish it for them (or even just passed it off as complete when it blatently isn't)
For fuck's sake Diddly, do I have to finish off everything you do. that's such a fucking HAJ!

I wouldn't be surprised if you don't give me a shout mid-way though an angry one and get me to finish it off for you.
by Diddly October 20, 2004
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haj
its an alternative word that means sperm, ejaculate, wank
im gonna go and haj
all slave work and no haj makes saminda a very deprived boy
the haj was warm and fresh
by =CC= October 19, 2003
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