noun, plural fel·lahs, Arabic fel·la·hin, fel·la·heen [fel-uh-heen] /ˌfɛl əˈhin/.
Words nearby fellah
Origin of fellah
Examples from the Web for fellahin
The lot of the Egyptian fellahin or peasants has never been an enviable one.Mystics and Saints of Islam|Claud Field
But the peasants, the fellahin, have every virtue which should make a happy, well-to-do-society.
The divisions on the left at once rushed at its earthworks, silenced its feeble artillery, and slaughtered the fellahin inside.The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)|John Holland Rose
Sabaini is a favourite food of the fellahin, while Sultani rice is largely exported.
The idea was to get up among the Circassian officers of the army a reactionary movement against the fellahin.