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Jahmī (Arabic: جهمي) was a pejorative term used especially by early Hanbalites to refer to the followers of Jahm ibn Safwan (d. 128/746). In the modern era it is also used by followers of the heterodox Wahhabi sect against orthodox Sunni Muslims.