Jallāb / Jallābīyah: (in Latin: capa, in Spanish and Portuguese: geribia / gelibia, chevilia, jillaba and jillabba, and in Tamazight, ajilab or tujalith), term for a jacket or coat. It is a woolen or linen shirt, usually in a black colour, or with black stripes, short to the waist or knee, and has an opening for the head with a hood and two side openings for the hands. It was originally worn by slaves.