Borrowed from Tibetan ཕྱུ་པ (phyu pa).
chuba (plural chubas)
- a long sheepskin coat made of thick wool, worn by Tibetans.
2007 November 4, Shaila Dewan, “Emory's Little Tibet”, in New York Times:
- DRESSED in a pale blue, floor-length chuba, Paige Wilson silently mouthed a paragraph-long greeting, in Tibetan, that she was about to deliver to the Dalai Lama.