Translation of kikoi in Spanish:

kikoi

Pronunciation: /kɪˈkɔɪ/

noun/nombre

  • (South Africa/Sudáfrica) [Clothing/Indumentaria][ tela de colores vivos con rayas que suele usarse como sarong ]
    More example sentences
    • The wind blows huge squalls of fine grey sand everywhere, so kikois (large cotton scarves) are wrapped around our heads, Lawrence of Arabia style.
    • He tucked it into a kikoi wrapped round his waist.
    • Folded into a narrow strip, our traditional Tanzanian sarong (or ‘kikoi’) makes an ideal central dressing for the refectory table; with this in place as an ‘inspiration piece’, the ideas fairly flow from us.

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