- Arabic ثوب (ṯawb). (Wiktionary)
“Some dressed in western clothes, and others sported the thobe, which is the traditional white uni-gown.”
“A guy in a nightshirt" -- "It's called a thobe not a nightshirt" - Liz said calmly.”
“They traditionally wear the thobe, which is usually a tailor-made white robe, with a coat.”
“In a dusty lot in Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman, a dozen women, dressed in colourful traditional "thobe" sat faithfully for three hours waiting for Abdel Mahmud, or "the Prof" as she is affectionately called, to address the”
“The last election, in 1986, I was out of the country, "said her mother Siham, dressed in traditional" thobe ", a long colorful fabric that drapes around the body.”
“The last election, in 1986, I was out of the country, "said her mother Siham, dressed in traditional" thobe ", a long colourful fabric that drapes around the body.”
“I'm sure Scottish folks see the thobe as merely a longer, thinner kilt.”
“But since I'm a convert, and a convert from Judaism no less, I wanted to wear the thobe to help me feel as Muslim as possible, culturally speaking.”
“Every white guy, be he Muslim or not, should spend a day going around his town wearing the traditional Islamic thobe robe garment.”
“Maybe they couldn't handle how good my ass looked in the formfitting thobe.”
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