How to Pronounce kesa?

Correct pronunciation for the word "kesa" is [kˈɛsə], [kˈɛsə], [k_ˈɛ_s_ə].

"Kesa" in context

Kesa is a term traditionally used to refer to a Japanese kimono-style robe that is made to be worn around the house. It is typically made of lightweight, comfortable fabrics, such as cotton and silk, and is held together with a sash or obi belt, worn with a nagajuban (under-kimono) and zori or waraji sandals.

Kesa robes are traditionally worn by Buddhist monks when they are inside their monastic residence, as well as by laypeople as traditional Japanese home wear.

Usage over time for kesa:

This graph shows how "kesa" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

16 words made out of letters KESA

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