djellaba

  • 1 djellaba — [ dʒɛ(l)laba ] n. f. • 1849; jilleba 1743; mot ar. du Maroc ♦ Vêtement de dessus, longue robe à manches longues et à capuchon, portée par les hommes et les femmes, en Afrique du Nord. ● djellaba nom féminin (arabe djallāba) Sorte de robe ample,… …

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  • 2 Djellaba — (جلابة) (Moroccan Arabic, also known as Darija (الدارجة)) (also djellabah, galabiya, jellāb(a))[1] is a traditional long, loose fitting outer robe with full sleeves worn in the Maghreb region of North Africa and in Arabic speaking countries along …

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  • 3 Djellaba — Die Djellaba (arabisch ‏جلابة ‎, DMG dschellāba), auch Dschellaba, Galabiya, ist ein traditionelles lang wallendes Gewand (Tunika), das einfarbig von Männern und bunt gemustert von Frauen in den Ländern des …

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  • 4 djellaba — DJELLABÁ GELABA/ s. f. haină lungă şi largă, desfăcută pe părţi, cu glugă, purtată în Africa de Nord. (< fr. djellaba) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …

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  • 5 djellaba — or djellabah [jə lä′bə] n. 〚Ar jallaba, contr. < jallābīya〛 a long, loose outer garment worn in Arabic countries * * * djel·la·ba or djel·la·bah also jel·la·ba (jə läʹbə) or ga·la·bi·a ( bē ə) n. A long, loose, hooded garment with full sleeves,… …

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  • 6 djellaba — (also djellabah or jellaba) ► NOUN ▪ a loose woollen hooded cloak of a kind traditionally worn by Arabs. ORIGIN Arabic …

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  • 7 djellaba — or djellabah [jə lä′bə] n. [Ar jallaba, contr. < jallābīya] a long, loose outer garment worn in Arabic countries …

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  • 8 Djellaba — Jilbab Un homme en jilbab …

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  • 9 Djellaba — Djel|la|ba 〈[dʒɛl ] f. 10〉 nordafrikanisches Kapuzengewand für Männer aus grobem Wollstoff [arab.] * * * Djellaba   [dʒ , arabisch] die, / s, Djellabia, nordafrikanisches Übergewand aus grobem Wollstoff mit Kapuze und Ärmeln, meist aus einem… …

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  • 10 djellaba — also djellabah noun Etymology: French, from Arabic jallāba, jallābīya Date: 1919 a long loose garment with full sleeves and a hood …

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  • 11 djellaba — noun A loose fitting, ankle length hooded robe worn by men in North Africa …

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  • 12 Djellaba — Djel|la|ba 〈[dʒɛl ] f.; Gen.: , Pl.: s〉 nordafrikan. Kapuzengewand für Männer aus grobem Wollstoff [Etym.: arab.] …

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  • 13 djellaba — n. loose long robe worn by Arabs in Islamic countries …

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  • 14 djellaba —    (jeh LAH bah) [Arabic] A long, loose robe or gown with a hood, worn by men in North African countries …

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  • 15 djellaba — [ dʒɛləbə] (also djellabah or jellaba) noun a loose hooded woollen cloak of a kind traditionally worn by Arabs. Origin C19: from Moroccan Arab. jellāba, jellābiyya …

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  • 16 djellaba — /dʒɛlˈabə/ (say jel ahbuh) noun (in the Middle East and North Africa) a loose fitting outer robe worn by men and women over other garments. Also, jellaba. {French, from Arabic jallābīya, from jallāb, attractive} …

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  • 17 djellaba — djel|la|ba sb., en, er, erne (en nordafrikansk kappe) …

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  • 18 djellaba — n. (also djellabah, jellaba) a loose hooded woollen cloak worn or as worn by Arab men. Etymology: Arab. jallaba, jallabiya …

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  • 19 Dschellaba — Djellaba. Die Djellaba ist ein traditionelles lang wallendes Gewand (Tunika), meist hellfarbig (weit, bequem, vor Wärme schützend) vieler Wüstenvölker. Zum Kleid wird ein einfaches Leinenhemd und eine Hose getragen. Lawrence von Arabien trug die… …

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  • 20 Jellaba — Djellaba. Die Djellaba ist ein traditionelles lang wallendes Gewand (Tunika), meist hellfarbig (weit, bequem, vor Wärme schützend) vieler Wüstenvölker. Zum Kleid wird ein einfaches Leinenhemd und eine Hose getragen. Lawrence von Arabien trug die… …

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