pl. -·dors, -·dars, -·dri
a large, square cloth traditionally worn as a shawl or cloak by Muslim and Hindu women
Origin of chadorHindi chadar
A long, loose cloak worn over other garments by Muslim women, especially in Iran and South Asia, consisting of a semicircular piece of cloth draped over the hair and shoulders to cover the body while leaving the face uncovered or partially concealed.
Origin of chadorPersian čador, from Middle Persian, of unknown origin.