Definition of Djibbah

1. jubbah [n -S] - See also: jubbah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Djibbah

diætetics
dj
djebel
djebels
djeli
djelis
djellaba
djellabah
djellabahs
djellabas
djembe
djembes
djenkol poisoning
djenkolic acid
djerfisherite
djibbah (current term)
djibbahs
djibouti
djin
djinn
djinnee
djinnees
djinni
djinnis
djinns
djinny
djins
djurleite
djurleites
dkg

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 ..."

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