or djib·bah, jib·bah
[ jib-uh ]
/ ˈdʒɪb ə /
a long, collarless coat or smock worn by Muslims.
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Origin of jibba
1840–50; <Arabic jibbah, variant of jubbah
Words nearby jibba
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Example sentences from the Web for jibba
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.
Unfortunately, the jibba was too big and long for me, consequently I was unable to wear it at the time of my escape.