or djib·bah, jib·bah
Origin of jibba
Words nearby jibba
How to use jibba in a sentence
Woe to the laggard; and let the speedy see that he wear his newest jibba, and carry a sharp sword and at least three spears.
Behind the entrenchments and among the mud houses and enclosures strong bodies of the jibba-clad Arabs were arrayed.
Jibba-clad figures sprang out of the ground, fired or charged, and were destroyed at every step.
On the 20th of December, 1883, Mohammed el Gretli arrived at the gate of the fort dressed in a jibba, and was brought in to me.
They consisted of an old jibba, a well-worn Arab cloak, and a Kuran printed in the French language.