keffiyeh

  • 1keffiyeh — [kə fē′ə] n. var. of KAFFIYEH: also sp. keffiyah …

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  • 2Keffiyeh — Yasser Arafat wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh The keffiyeh/kufiya (Arabic: كوفية‎, kūfiyyah, plural كوفيات …

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  • 3keffiyeh — variant of kaffiyeh …

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  • 4Keffiyeh — Ein Iraker trägt eine rote Kufiya im Charraweyya (‍چراوية) stil. Die Kufiya (auch: Kafiya oder Kefije; arabisch ‏كوفية‎, DMG Kūfiya oder ghutra ‏غترة‎  …

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  • 5keffiyeh — /keuh fee euh/, n. kaffiyeh. * * * …

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  • 6keffiyeh — noun A cloth worn on the head and about the neck by some Arab males, indoors and out …

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  • 7keffiyeh — kef·fi·yeh s.m. e f.inv. var. → kefiyyah …

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  • 8keffiyeh — n. kaffiyeh, Arab headdress for men comprised of a diagonally folded cloth secured to the head by an agal band …

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  • 9keffiyeh —    (keh FEE eh) [Arabic] A large, folded kerchief worn as a headdress by Arab men, held in place by an agal …

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  • 10keffiyeh — [kə fi:(j)ə] (also kaffiyeh) noun a headdress worn by Arab men, consisting of a square of fabric fastened by a band round the head. Origin C19: from Arab. keffiyya, kūfiyya …

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  • 11keffiyeh — /kɛˈfijə/ (say ke feeyuh) noun a headscarf worn by Arab men, patterned or white according to the season of the year, and held in place by an agal. {Arabic; Late Latin cofia coif} …

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  • 12keffiyeh — n. (also kaffiyeh) a Bedouin Arab s kerchief worn as a head dress. Etymology: Arab. keffiya, kufiyya, perh. f. LL cofea COIF …

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  • 13Palestinian costumes — are the traditional clothing worn by Palestinians. Foreign travelers to Palestine in late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries often commented on the rich variety of the costumes worn, particularly by the fellaheen or village women. Many of… …

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  • 14Turban — This article is about headwear. For Headsock snails, see Turbinidae. Illustration of Arab men in the fourth to sixth century, wearing turbans and keffiyeh (middle) In English, Turban refers to several types of headwear popularly worn in the… …

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  • 15Culture of Bahrain — Contents 1 People Heritage 1.1 Traditional dresses 2 Media 3 Arts, Music Dance 4 …

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  • 16Hipster (contemporary subculture) — In the late 1990s, the 1940s slang term hipster began being used to describe young, urban middle class and upper class adults with interests in non mainstream fashion and culture. Actually defining what a hipster is can be a difficult task… …

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  • 17Marsh Arabs — Maʻdān معدان Total population 500,000[1] Regions with significant populations Middle East …

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  • 18Agal (accessory) — The agal ( ar. عقال, transl|ar|‘iqāl ), also spelled iqal, egal or igal, is an accessory constructed of cord which is fastened around the Keffiyeh (an Arab headdress) to hold it in place. The agal is usually black in colour.Also used in Ancient… …

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  • 19kaffiyeh — var. of KEFFIYEH. * * * kafeyah, kaffiyeh variants of keffiyeh …

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  • 20kaffiyeh — also keffiyeh noun Etymology: Arabic kūfīya, kaffīya, from al Kufa Al Kufa, town in Iraq Date: circa 1817 an Arab headdress consisting of a square of cloth folded to form a triangle and held on by a cord …

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