The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sufi \Su"fi\, n. [Ar. & Per. s?f[=i], wise, pious, devout.] One of a certain order of religious men in Persia. [Written also sofi.]
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Usage examples of "sofi".
Look at Siniava's, for example—or Sofi Ganarrion's, though the cause is different.
Look at Siniava's, for example — or Sofi Ganarrion's, though the cause is different.
Look at Siniava's, for example or Sofi Ganarrion's, though the cause is different.
She was sure not, until she remembered that Sofi Ganarrion was planning to come north to fight for his throne.
She heard the story of his first visit to Kostandan—and why Sofi Ganarrion was willing to help him in Aarenis.
She heard the story of his first visit to Kostandan and why Sofi Ganarrion was willing to help him in Aarenis.
And he knew what Fallo wanted, which was to marry into a northern kingdom and he knew that Sofi Ganarrion had a marriageable child "