a sheetlike, woolen or cotton cloth worn by Arabs as an outer garment
Origin of haikArabic ḥāyk ; from ḥāka, to weave
A large piece of cotton, silk, or wool cloth worn as an outer garment in Morocco.
Origin of haikMoroccan Arabic &hlowdot;ā’ik, from Arabic, weaver, active participle of &hlowdot;āka, to weave; see &hlowdot;wk in Semitic roots.
- Alternative spelling of Hayk.