I·ra·qi (ĭ-răkē, ĭ-räkē, ī-răkē)
Of or relating to Iraq or its people, language, or culture.
n. pl. I·ra·qis
a. A native or inhabitant of Iraq.
b. A person of Iraqi ancestry.
2. The modern dialect of Arabic spoken in Iraq.
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