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From the old Arabic word "hashshshin," which meant, "someone who is addicted to hash," that is, marijuana.
Originally refered to a group of warriors who would smoke up before battle. Aaron White adds: You may want to explore the fact that the hashshshins were somewhat of a voodoo-ized grand conspiracy scapegoat cult (the very fact of their existence is impossible to confirm). They supposedly were a secret society (a la the FreeMasons) which was influential in every middle eastern court from Persia to Bangladesh. Word myths: debunking linguistic ... Oxford WOTD. OED WOTD. ROJADIRECTA.