The dragoman is exquisitely arrayed, galabeah and kaftan gray-blue, with a pink petticoat, and a white one under that.
Certainly this kaftan is a very fine one, but I should like to know what master taught this young man how to make clothes.'
He threw his arms around the sultan, crushing the satin of his kaftan and his armload of scrolls against his body.
Has folded up his turban, put away his kaftan, hung up his yataghan, and once more resumed the dress of commonplace Englishman.
Of this latter kind (amongst many others) are the Oriental words hummum, kaftan, gul, &c.
Ivan took some bread in one hand, and his kaftan (coat) in the other, and left the room.
Labakan came first and spread out his kaftan before the eyes of the astonished king.
The artist had depicted him in a kaftan of crimson hue with large strass buttons; in his hand he held some sort of unusual flower.
He fumbled and tugged with one hand at the breast of his kaftan.
They followed him and touched his kaftan with their lips; they pushed their children under his hands for his blessing.