If you're a Sikh, you're a member of the religion known as Sikhism. Most Sikhs live in India.

There are about 27 million Sikhs throughout the world. Sikhs believe in a single god and follow the teachings of several gurus — and most Sikhs consider themselves to be members of a distinct ethnic group. Adult Sikhs typically keep their hair uncut and covered by a turban. Female Sikhs have the middle or last name Kaur, "princess," and males have Singh, or "lion." In Hindi, sikh simply means "believer."

Definitions of Sikh
  1. noun
    an adherent of Sikhism
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    type of:
    adherent, disciple
    someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
  2. adjective
    of or relating to the Sikhs or their religious beliefs and customs
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