Definition of Kufiyahs

1. kufiyah [n] - See also: kufiyah



Lexicographical Neighbors of Kufiyahs

kudu lily
kuduro
kuduru
kudus
kudzu
kudzu vine
kudzus
kue
kueh
kues
kuffar
kufi
kufis
kufiya
kufiyah
kufiyahs (current term)
kufiyas
kugel
kugels
kuia
kuias
kuiperoid
kuiperoidal
kujang
kujawah
kujawahs
kukang
kukharenkoite
kukisvumite
kukri

Literary usage of Kufiyahs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah by Richard Francis Burton, Isabel Burton (1893)
"On their heads were kufiyahs in the last stage of wear: a tattered shirt, indigo-dyed, and girt with a bit of common rope, composed their clothing; ..."

2. Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Meccah and Medinah by Sir Richard Francis Burton (1879)
"On their heads were kufiyahs in the last stage of wear : a tattered shirt, indigo-dyed, and girt with a bit of common rope, composed their clothing ..."

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