a plain, black dickey worn with a clerical collar by some clergymen
Origin of rabatMFr, rabat, origin, originally (collar) turned down ; from Old French rabattre: see rebate
capital of Morocco, in the NW part, on the Atlantic
A piece of cloth fitted to the collar and covering the shirt front, worn chiefly by Roman Catholic and Anglican clergy.
Origin of rabatFrench, from Old French; see rebato.
The capital of Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean northeast of Casablanca. Founded in the 1100s on the site of an earlier Muslim fortress, it is a minor port and has textile industries.
- The capital of Morocco.