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mun·du

 (mo͞on′do͞o)
n.
1. A garment consisting of a rectangular cloth that is wrapped around the waist, worn by men chiefly in Kerala, India.
2. A sari-like garment in which the lower and upper portions are made from separate pieces of cloth, worn by women chiefly in Kerala, India.

[Malayalam muṇṭu; akin to Tamil muṇṭu, short cloth.]
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Take the Christian dress for women - chatta, a loose blouse, mundu or dhoti and neryathu, a cloth to cover head, chest and the posterior.
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Kezorongo ra katambi / ewa rozomenj pona / pazo mundu Ketuu Hembe / vivari vitatu meviese pehi mbiyende koKangwati / kongombe ya Uhongora ondindc tjatinda zondjeo / imba pozondu mbari ondjiri Tjizu naTjiuenena / imba meisana Job Uariumwe Erema / O Bullet ondjingairiyo yovazandu novakazona / puyarara opuiso ndana / indji yehi ra Kaoko ohanga mondjembo / posiya oyehi raKaoko omundu owami ngwi meriri.