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Definitions of "InI"


1. InI (Pronoun)


Definition

A term used by Rastafarians to express the unity of I and I, representing the oneness of God, oneself, and all of humanity


Example Sentences

Patois: InI are all connected through the divine spark within
English: We are all connected through the divine spark within


Related Words

Babylon , Ball head , Blessed , Bobo dread ,



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