Definition of «jabot»

Jabot may be:

Jabot Cosmetics, fictional company depicted in the soap Young and the Restless

Jabot, a knot in an Ascot tie

Jabot Airport, an airport on Jabat Island in the Marshall Islands

Jabat Island, an island in the Marshall Islands

Jabot (neckwear)

Jabot (window) (Wikipedia)

Jabot (window)

A jabot ( listen), also called cascade or tail, is a vertical pleated piece of window treatment used with festoons or swags along the top of a window on the inside of a building. The usual purpose of a jabot is to hide the seams between individual swags, though for treatments with only one swag their purpose is simply decorative (unlike most curtains, jabots do not serve to block the passage of light). Visually, they represent a continuation of the swag over the ends of a pole, and are always made of the same decorator fabric on the facing side as the swag itself. Jabots are often lined, however with a different style or color of fabric which is then revealed along its bottom edge with each pleat. (Wikipedia)

Jabot (neckwear)

A jabot ( ( listen); from French jabot: a bird's crop) is a decorative clothing accessory consisting of lace or other fabric falling from the throat, suspended from or attached to a neckband or collar; or simply pinned at the throat. It evolved from the frilling or ruffles decorating the front of a shirt in the 19th century. (Wikipedia)

Sentences with «jabot» (usage examples):

  • Instead I had back labor, I was induced without my permission for no known reason as labor had already begun the night before, I ended up writhing in unrelieved pain, I took the drugs, two epidurals, which became dislodged and ineffective and they gave me pit despite my stating concerns, so pit with no pain meds, then after 48 hrs of jabot I was broken, I ended up with an unconscious c section and have no clear memories of my daughter until the next day. (
  • In order to create the illusion of volume, a thin young lady can decorate her wedding dress with frills and jabots in necessary places. (
  • Are swags and jabots making a comeback in window treatments? (
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