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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 ?
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."
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.
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.
As he was going to the place where he slept, he met a painted- cheeked woman in a greasy "kimono," and she put her arm about his waist to steady him; they turned into a dark room they were passing--but scarcely had they taken two steps before suddenly a door swung open, and a man entered, carrying a lantern.
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.
Kimonos are a versatile garment that can be worn as a traditional dressing gown or a modern layering piece for your wardrobe.
But while traditional kimonos, which date from the 16th century, according to the Victoria & Albert Museum, have many associations, those tend not to involve lingerie, Hollywood celebrities or reality TV.
I knew it would be a larger program than usual when Verfaillie reported--even before the kimonos arrived--that several teachers were possibly willing to work on the program including the world history/cultures teacher, the home economics teacher, and the art teacher, and the middle school students were coming for a field trip to participate.
Inspired by traditional Japanese robes, contemporary kimonos have been given a modern update, complete with prints, fringing and varying lengths - more than enough to give any outfit a cool, boho vibe.
Long-line kimonos will instantly flatter bums and tums, as well as doubling as a beach cover-up.
He has nearly doubled his number of customers in the past 15 years by selling more kimonos under the [yen]100,000 (RM3,650) price tag, well below the many thousands of dollars a high-end piece can cost.