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ki·mo·no

 (kə-mō′nō)
n. pl. ki·mo·nos
1. A long, wide-sleeved Japanese robe worn with an obi and often elaborately decorated.
2. A loose, light robe worn chiefly by women.

[Japanese : kiru, to put on, wear + mono, object.]

kimono

(kɪˈməʊnəʊ)
n, pl -nos
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a loose sashed ankle-length garment with wide sleeves, worn in Japan
2. (Clothing & Fashion) any garment copied from this
[C19: from Japanese: clothing, from kiru to wear + mono thing]
kiˈmonoed adj

ki•mo•no

(kəˈmoʊ nə, -noʊ)

n., pl. -nos.
1. a loose, wide-sleeved Japanese robe, fastened at the waist with a broad sash.
2. a loose dressing gown.
[1885–90; < Japanese]
ki•mo′noed, adj.

kimono

1. A Japanese word meaning garment, used to mean a traditional long Japanese robe or a garment in this style.
2. A long, wide-sleeved Japanese robe fastened by a sash, or a women’s dress in similar style.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kimono - a loose robekimono - a loose robe; imitated from robes originally worn by Japanese
robe - any loose flowing garment
Translations
كيمونو: لِباس يَرتَديه اليابانيون
kimono
kimono
kimonó
japanskur sloppur
和服着物
kimono
kimono
kimono
kimono

kimono

[kɪˈməʊnəʊ] N (kimonos (pl)) → kimono m, quimono m

kimono

[kɪˈməʊnəʊ] nkimono m

kimono

nKimono m

kimono

[kɪˈməʊnəʊ] nchimono

kimono

(kiˈmounəu) , ((American) -nə) plural kiˈmonos noun
a loose Japanese robe, fastened with a sash.
References in classic literature ?
He blew a hole in the skirt of my kimono, bless his shaky old hand, but we got a jacket on him, and he's to be all right in a week.
When he opens it he is confronted with a dainty and exquisitely clean young Japanese lady in a simple blue cotton kimono printed cunningly with small white jasmine blossoms.
At night my room is like the shaft of a coal mine, and it makes Billy Jackson look like the big diamond pin that Night fastens her kimono with.
Elizabeth got out of bed, wrapped her small body in a pink kimono, thrust her small feet into a pair of blue slippers, yawned again, and went downstairs.
Many who joined the dancers also wore kimonos or the lighter yukatas.
Guests can choose rooms with either Western-style beds or barely-off-the-floor futons; rooms are decorated with Japanese kimonos and artwork, but bathrooms are modern and American.
The weekend featured traditional Japanese dancing, drumming, calligraphy, tea ceremonies, flower arrangements, bonsai miniatures, handmade Japanese dolls, kimonos, games and Japanese fare - from Kirin beer to teriyaki to dango cakes.
She adds that everyone is welcome to dance with the performers in colorful kimonos and hapi coats, while children can play a variety of old- fashioned games for prizes.
Fathers bought their daughters beautiful, expensive kimonos to wear to the big ceremony in the municipal hall on their 20th birthday, and my older sister's cost $2,000,'' Tomoko says.
PACOIMA - Colorful dancers in Japanese kimonos, lively Taiko drum performances and dozens of booths featuring homemade sushi, Bonsai plants, and Japanese arts and crafts highlighted this year's Obon Festival in Pacoima.
Fathers and sons, mothers and daughters and friends savored traditional Japanese dancing, drumming, tea ceremonies, flower arrangements, bonsai miniatures, handmade Japanese dolls, kimonos, games and Japanese fare - from Kirin beer to teriyaki to sushi.
When you touch it, you'll never be the same again,'' said the 48-year-old Santa Monica resident who vends her clairvoyance just like the fair's other crafts people sell tiles, herbal body preparations and reversible kimonos.