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dishdasha (plural dishdashas)
- An ankle-length robe with long sleeves worn by some Arab men.
2007 May 1, Joe Drape, “Bloodlines Worth Their Weight in Gold”, in New York Times:
- Sheik Mohammed switched from a gold dishdasha to a black one, gave out one trophy after another, and indicated that the Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest race, was going to get richer because he intended to plump its $6 million purse to $10 million.