Definition of kaki in English:

kaki

Syllabification: ka·ki
Pronunciation: /ˈkäkē
 
/

noun

The Japanese persimmon.
More example sentences
  • A kaki, like other persimmons, may be sweet or highly astringent.
  • You like it three parts milk, two packets of sugar, and half-part coffee - so that the coffee looks a light kaki.
  • For vibrant colour outdoors in January few trees can compete with diospyros kaki, the persimmon tree, laden with fruit resembling bright orange apples.

Origin

early 18th century: from Japanese.

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