djellabah

or djel·la·ba, jel·la·ba

[juh-lah-buh]

Origin of djellabah

First recorded in 1915–20, djellabah is from the Arabic word jallabah
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djellaba

djellabah, jellaba or jellabah

noun
  1. a kind of loose cloak with a hood, worn by men esp in North Africa and the Middle East

Word Origin for djellaba

from Arabic jallabah
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