Hadji (also spelled Hajji, Haji or Hatzi) is a title and prefix added to an existing family name that is awarded to a person who has successfully completed the Hajj ("pilgrimage") to Mecca (for Muslims, or Jerusalem in the case of Christians).
It may also refer to:
- El Hadji Diouf (born 1981), Senegalese footballer
- El Hadji Guissé, Senegalese judge
- Hadji Murad (c. 1790–1852), Caucasian leader
- Ismail Hadji Maulvi-Mohammed (1781–1831), Muslim reformer
- Hatzimichalis Dalianis (1775–1828), Ioanninoite warlord during the Greek War of Independence
- Marios Hadjiandreou, Cypriot athlete
- Mustapha Hadji (born 1971), Moroccan international footballer
- Youssouf Hadji (born 1980), Moroccan international footballer (and Mustapha's younger brother)
- Nikos Hatzis (born 1976), Greek basketball player
- Samir Hadji (born 1989), French footballer
- Tony Hatzis (born 1986), Australian footballer
- Stelios Haji-Ioannou (born 1967), Cypriot entrepreneur
- Michalis Hatzigiannis (born 1979), Cypriot singer-songwriter
- Hadji (character), a character in the American television cartoon series Jonny Quest
- Hadji girl, a song
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