Definition of Galabea

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



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Galabea

gaits
gaitt
gaitts
gajillion
gajillions
gajo
gajos
gak
gal/d
gala
gala(a)
gala affair
gala pie
gala pies
galabea (current term)
galabeah
galabeahs
galabeas
galabieh
galabiehs
galabiose
galabioses
galabiya
galabiyah
galabiyahs

Literary usage of Galabea

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1. Handbook for Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, and Cambridgeshire by John Murray (Firm) (1875)
"—Polyphemus, seated on a rock, endeavours, by his performance on the reed pipe, to gain the love of galabea, who passes on the sea with two Nereids, ..."

2. A Hamlet in Old Hampshire by Anna Lea Merritt (1902)
"I could run down to the village shop and post-office in only a minute, dressed in this beautiful galabea, without even the trouble of finding a hat. ..."

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