- Arabic دشداشة (dišdāšä). (Wiktionary)
“Ferraris also mis-uses alhumdil’Allah, she writes bazaar instead of suq; and I heard it called a dishdasha more often than a thobe, and gutra or shamgh rather than keffiyeh which is Palestinian.”
“He explained that the kandura is the official dress of the Emirates but other countries have their own version of the kandura, also known as a dishdasha, thawb, throbe or suriyah depending what country you are in.”
“He was dressed in the traditional Arab garment that looked like a long nightshirt known as a dishdasha.”
“Men wear an ankle-length, loose-fitting garment, known as kandoura or dishdasha, which is usually made of white cotton, although darker, heavier materials may sometimes be seen in the winter.”
“After the man disappeared, a thin, kindly old man in a dishdasha and a white knit prayer cap came and stood over me.”
“At the counter, he held an urgent conference with the cook, a plump young man in a dirty dove gray dishdasha.”
“He was wearing a long white dishdasha and bearing a karaoke machine.”
““And he is wearing a dishdasha and dressed like a sheikh.””
“(Soundbite of laughter) SAGAL: On the off chance that any of our bosses at NPR are listening, whenever I get on a plane and see guys in Muslim garb, I always think - that, my friend, is a handsome dishdasha.”
“As the top was tossed away, a haggard man in a charcoal-colored dishdasha began to move.”
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