- A loose fitting, ankle length, hooded robe worn by men in North Africa.
Etymology: From Moroccan Arabic (ARchar, Ù, ÙÙ) (jellÄba). Compare galabiya.
- 2005: And it wasn't his suit that worried the people on the green tram, even though most of the other men wore flowing jellabas. " Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Pashazade, p. 42
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