ṣāyah: A long cloak resembles the (jubbah) and was worn in Iraq, the Levant, and Najd. Its fabric was made of black and white striped silk, as in Iraq and the Levant, or embroidered, as in Najd. The ṣāyah has no lining, and the edges are decorated with silk threads of the same color as its fabric, and it is worn over the (dishdāshah) or the thawb and over it a jacket of the same color.