Etymology
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Jain (n.)

1805, from Hindi Jaina, from Sanskrit jinah "saint," literally "overcomer," from base ji "to conquer," related to jayah "victory." The sect dates from 6c. B.C.E.

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Definitions of Jain

Jain (adj.)
relating to or characteristic of Jainism;
Synonyms: Jainist
From wordnet.princeton.edu