Definition of Tarbush
1. tarboosh [n -ES] - See also: tarboosh
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Literary usage of Tarbush
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Egyptian Sketch Book by Charles Godfrey Leland (1874)
"The tarbush. — Street Sights. — " Antico." —The Snake Boy. — Said the Juggler. — Hankypanky and Egyptian Jugglers at Boulac. — The Dead Boy raised to Life. ..."
2. The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia by James Orr (1915)
"A felt cap, or, as among the Turks, a fez or red tarbush, is worn over this. On the top of these is wound a long piece of cotton cloth with red stripes and ..."
3. The Land and the Book, Or, Biblical Illustrations Drawn from the Manners and by William McClure Thomson (1859)
"tarbush or Fen, a thick red felt cap. The best come from Algiers. Turban, a shawl of wool, silk, or cotton, wound round the tarbush. ..."
4. The Land and the Book, Or, Biblical Illustrations Drawn from the Manners and by William McClure Thomson (1859)
"tarbush or Fez, a thick red felt cap. The best come from Algiers. Turban, a shawl of wool, silk, or cotton, wound round the ..."
5. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah by Richard Francis Burton, Isabel Burton, Stanley Lane-Poole (1906)
"The other name for the tarbush. "Fez," denotes the place where the best were made. Some Egyptians distinguish between the two, calling the large high ..."
6. The land and the book; or, Biblical illustrations drawn from the manners and by William McClure Thomson (1870)
"Turban, a shawl of wool, silk, or cotton, wound round the tarbush. ... t he tarbush, and confined there by a twisted rope of goats' or camels' hair, ..."