- Islamic Mythology. jinn.
- a spirit, often appearing in human form, that when summoned by a person carries out the wishes of the summoner.
- any spirit; demon.
- Most of the time, having that little digital genie around to answer your requests is pretty handy.
- Now it seems it will be difficult to put the genie back in the bottle.
- I don’t see the genie going back in this bottle any time soon.
- Whatever the actual results of the election, the genie has been well and truly let out of the bottle.
- And then one pencil drawing of my face, and one pencil drawing of the Genie from Aladdin.
- So when Disney produced a sequel to Aladdin, Dan Castellaneta voiced the Genie.
- He claimed that his work as Genie was a favor to company, which he considered the “Rolls-Royce of animation.”
- He still lives near Boston with Genie, his wife of some 45 years.
- My understanding is that this artwork came first and was soon replaced with the “Sambo as a baby genie” motif.
- The dolls do not talk; the little Genie that gave them their smile did not vouchsafe the gift of speech.
- Then Iftikhar stepped to the edge of the parapet, and stood in his blazing dress—a very genie in mien and glory.
- The words genius and genie are evidently cognate with the Arabian jinn, meaning a spirit.
- The genie told him his command should be immediately obeyed, and disappeared.
- "None at present," answered Aladdin, and then the genie disappeared.