Zarabesque Home
Zarabesque Home dresses tops pants skirts jackets scarves belts kimono jewelry stash sale
 
 

ZARABESQUE'S GLOSSARY

Defines terms and terminology that appear on Zarabesque... a global language for the global goddess.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

madi (MAH-dee) - the past - Arabic

maja (MAH-jah) - ruling woman of India, or the spouse of a ruler - Hindi

malak, mal'ak, melek (MEH-lehk) - angel - Hebrew. Arabic

malika (mah-LEE-keh) - angelic; plural of malak, 'angels' - Hebrew, Arabic

Marrakech, Marrakesh (MAR-eh-KESH) - the large and lively city in Morocco set in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, a favorite spot for western travelers and expatriates - Moroccan Berber (Amazigh)

matar (meh-TAR) - rain - Arabic

mazari (muh-ZAH-ree) - shrine-like - Afghani, from Persian

medinah, medina (meh-DEE-nuh) - generally, the ancient quarter of any North African city, a dense area of alleys and covered passages, full of intense scents and colours, boisterous and active trade, and a surfeit of goods on offer from a multitude of tiny crafts shops. literally: Arabic for 'town' - Arabic

midan (mee-DAHN) - expanse; open space - Arabic

minzah (MIN-zuh) - a garden pavilion - Moroccan (Magrabi) Arabic

Back to Top

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST
Be the first to receive dye schedule updates, new style announcements, special promotions and more!

home    about    policies & information    sizing    colors    glossary    contact

Copyright © 1998-2018. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. catsprite studios

Subscribe
zarabesque
5562 Marshall Street Oakland, CA 94608 US
Phone: 510-595-3396 Website: http://zarabesque.com/