Origin of rabat1
Definition for rabat (2 of 4)
Origin of rabat2
Definition for rabat (3 of 4)
Definition for rabat (4 of 4)
Related formsMo·roc·can [muh-rok-uh n] /məˈrɒk ən/, adjective, nounpro-Mo·roc·can, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for rabat
I learned this when I visited the pioneering Muslim feminist scholar Fatima Mernissi in Rabat, Morocco, some years ago.Outcry Over Afghanistan Quran Burnings Shows Misguided ‘Honor’ About Sacred Book|Asra Q. Nomani|February 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When the Valiant paid her second visit to Rabat, the Bey was inclined to be communicative.
Across the river the native town of Rabat lay piled up on an orange-red cliff beaten by the Atlantic.In Morocco|Edith Wharton
This, and more, the Bey of Rabat discreetly told to the captain of the warship.
Six out of fifty–four men reached the town of Rabat in the train of a Moorish merchant.
This was the means by which the gardens and vineyards of Rabat, and the city itself were delivered from this scourge, in 1779.Thalaba the Destroyer|Robert Southey
British Dictionary definitions for rabat (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for rabat (2 of 3)
- a fine soft leather made from goatskins, used for bookbinding, shoes, etc
- (as modifier)morocco leather
Word Origin for morocco
British Dictionary definitions for rabat (3 of 3)
Culture definitions for rabat
Kingdom in northwestern Africa with coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea; it is bordered by Algeria to the east and the western Sahara to the south. Its largest city is Casablanca, and its capital is Rabat.