Definition of Djibbah
1. jubbah [n -S] - See also: jubbah
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Literary usage of Djibbah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reputations: Essays in Criticism by Douglas Goldring (1920)
"I was reminded of that intense lady dressed in her djibbah and adorned by " peasant ... But for the lady in the djibbah I should have considered them as ..."
2. Books in General by John Collings Squire (1921)
"Realism" was taken to justify occupying a scene or two by showing a young woman in a djibbah reading a Blue- book whilst her obscurantist parent (male ..."
3. Mr. Britling Sees it Through by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"Mrs. Britling was dignified and beautiful in a purple djibbah, and her stepson had become a handsome still figure of black and crimson. ..."
4. The Gold-mines of Midian and the Ruined Midianite Cities: A Fortnight's Tour by Sir Richard Francis Burton (1878)
"... en de temps nous partîmes pour le Scherm djibbah, où se trouve une montagne à la bouche du Ouadi ..."