Rabat meaning

răbē, rə-băt
A piece of cloth fitted to the collar and covering the shirt front, worn chiefly by Roman Catholic and Anglican clergy.
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A polishing material made of potter's clay that has failed in baking.
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A plain, black dickey worn with a clerical collar by some clergy.
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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.
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A piece of fabric fitted to the collar covering the shirt front worn by the Catholic and Anglican clergy.
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The capital of Morocco.
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Origin of rabat

  • French from Old French rebato

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition