Definition of Jubbahs

1. jubbah [n] - See also: jubbah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jubbahs

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jr.
jth
ju-jitsu
ju-ju
ju-jus
juabite
juanitaite
juanite
juba
jubae
jubarb
jubas
jubate
jubbahs (current term)
jubbe
jubbes
jubblies
jubbly
jube
jubes
jubhah
jubhahs
jubilance
jubilances
jubilancy
jubilant
jubilantly
jubilar

Literary usage of Jubbahs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Journey Through the Caucasus and the Interior of Persia by Augustus Henry Mounsey (1872)
"... in their tall hats and new broad-cloth jubbahs ; the British Minister, in full uniform and mounted on a richly caparisoned horse, came next ; and behind ..."

2. La science des pierres précieuses, appliquées aux arts: ouvrage dans lequel by A. Caire (1826)
"... passent pour les meilleurs, et n'ont de rivaux que les jubbahs qui résident dans l'île de Manar. Pendant tout le temps que dure la pêche des perles, ..."

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