- a long Turkish robe
- a woman's coat or wrap with dolman sleeves
Origin of dolmanFrench ; from German ; from Hungarian dolmany ; from Turkish dol?m?, parade attire of the Janizaries
- A woman's garment having capelike arm pieces.
- A tight-fitting jacket forming part of the uniform of a hussar.
Of or relating to a garment having sleeves that taper from a very wide armhole: a dolman sweater.
Origin of dolmanFrom French doliman (influenced by French dolman, hussar's jacket, from German Dolman, ultimately, probably via Hungarian dolmany, from Ottoman Turkish dolama), from Ottoman Turkish dolama, robe, loose cassocklike garment with narrow sleeves worn by janissaries, from dolamak, to twist, wind, wrap around, from Old Turkic dolğamaq, to twist.