- From French, from an Arabic dialect. (Wiktionary)
“Tariq was the conqueror; "jebel" is Arabic for mountain.”
“From the glassed-in porch of our small stone-block two-bedroom house all we could see for miles was flat desert interspersed with the occasional jebel and a bit of scrubby vegetation.”
“Endemic lists from Wickens for the Jebel Marra Area include Gnaphalium marranum, Celsia sudanica, Kickxia aegyptiaca, K. dibolophylla, Pletranthus jebel-marrae, and Felicia dentata.”
“Otherways wesways like that provost scoffing bedoueen the jebel and the jpysian sea.”
“The deep wooded valleys of the high jebel are as peaceful and mysterious as Delphi itself.”
“Tomorrow when it's light we'll go for a stroll around the jebel and look for a feather.”
“They occupy this coastal strip, with a high jebel protecting them from the desert.”
“It is a finely conspicuous island, for upon the north end there is a lofty barn-roofed jebel or hill.”
“By this time you have learned that gebel is a mountain, and _jebel_, as you will find it on your map of the Peninsula of Sinai, means the same thing.”
“The last two of the palm islands include palm jebel ali and palm deira.”
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