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Jin·nah

 (jĭn′ə), Mohammed Ali 1876-1948.
Founder and first governor-general (1947-1948) of Pakistan. When India's independence from Britain was imminent, he feared the Muslim minority would be oppressed by the Hindus and insisted on a Muslim homeland, founded in 1947 as Pakistan.
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Jinnah

(ˈdʒɪnə)
n
(Biography) Mohammed Ali 1876–1948, Indian Muslim statesman. He campaigned for the partition of India into separate Hindu and Muslim states, becoming first governor general of Pakistan (1947–48)
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Jin•nah

(ˈdʒɪn ə)

n.
Mohammed Ali ( “Quaid-i-Azam” ), 1876–1948, Muslim leader in India: first governor general of Pakistan 1947–48.
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Noun1.Jinnah - Indian statesman who was the founder of Pakistan as a Muslim state (1876-1948)
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