Maqta‘: (Arabic: section, synonyms: ghandurah, qandurah,, dra’ah, dishdāshah, gillābīyah, jalābah, jallābīyah, qaftan, kandurah, thawb or tobe), colloquially in Najd the term refers to a loose, long-sleeved, qamis-like tunic with frontal neckline opening. In Marrakesh and Fez: a long silk wrap worn over dress. In Andalusia: silk or woolen wrap with pleated frills. Can also refer to cotton or silk corset.