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kaf·tan

 (kăf′tăn′, -tən, kăf-tăn′)
n.
Variant of caftan.

kaftan

(ˈkæftæn; -ˌtɑːn) or

caftan

n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a long coatlike garment, usually worn with a belt and made of rich fabric, worn in the East
2. (Clothing & Fashion) an imitation of this, worn, esp by women, in the West, consisting of a loose dress with long wide sleeves
[C16: from Turkish qaftān]

caf•tan

or kaf•tan

(ˈkæf tæn, kæfˈtæn)

n.
1. a long garment with long sleeves, sometimes sashed at the waist, worn in the Middle East.
2. a long full robe, similar to this, worn for lounging, as beachwear, etc.
[1585–95; < Russian kaftán < Turkish < Persian qaftān]
caf′taned, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kaftan - a woman's dress style that imitates the caftan cloaks worn by men in the Near East
dress, frock - a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
2.kaftan - a (cotton or silk) cloak with full sleeves and sash reaching down to the ankles; worn by men in the Levant
cloak - a loose outer garment
Translations
قُفْطان
kaftaanikauhtana
kaftán
serkur
kaftans
kaftan

kaftan

[ˈkæftæn] Ncaftán m

kaftan

[ˈkæftæn] ncafetan m

kaftan

[ˈkæftæn] ncaffettano

caftan,

kaftan

(ˈkӕftӕn) noun
a type of long flowing dress or robe sometimes brightly-coloured.