noun, plural fel·lahs, Arabic fel·la·hin, fel·la·heen [fel-uh-heen] /ˌfɛl əˈhin/.
Origin of fellah
Examples from the Web for fellah
Historical Examples of fellah
The Pharaoh, not the fellah, dictated the inscription that was to be engraved.Is civilization a disease?
This fellah's in the Western Union; an operator with the pool-room lines.Garrison's Finish
W. B. M. Ferguson
That they will not ask of the Arabs, for no Arab would work like a fellah.At Aboukir and Acre
George Alfred Henty
Then where is this hopped-up layout anyway, fellah, if it ain't on Earth?Zehru of Xollar
Hal K. Wells
Did we know the story—story about a fellah—fellah who had an aunt, you know?Nights in London
noun plural fellahs, fellahin or fellaheen (ˌfɛləˈhiːn)
Word Origin for fellah
"Egyptian peasant," 1743, from Arabic fallah "plowman," from falaha "to till the soil."