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Ajami is the Arabic adjective applied to an Ajam, a Persian or (relative to Arabic speakers) alien.
Ajami or Ajam may also refer to:
- Ajam (maqam), a musical mode
- Ajam (band), a British world fusion group
- Ajami (film), a 2009 film
- Ajam (Bahrain), a community of Persians in Bahrain
- Ajam of Kuwait
- Ajami, Iran (disambiguation), villages in Iran
- Ajami, Jaffa, a neighborhood in Israel
- Ajami dialect, a dialect of Persian
- Ajami script, one of the Arabic-based orthographies used for writing African languages.
- Al Jazeera America, a twenty-four-hour New York-based U.S. news network launched in August 2013.
People with the name
- Ajami Nakhchivani, a Muslim architect from Azerbaijan and founder of the Nakhchivan school of architecture
- Fouad Ajami (born 1945), Lebanese-born American journalist and academic
- Habib al-Ajami (8th century), an early Sufi mystic
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