kanzu

NOUN
  1. (Swahili) a long garment (usually white) with long sleeves; worn by men in East Africa
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use kanzu In A Sentence

  • Underneath he wore the kanzu, the under robe of fine white cotton, embroidered round the neck with a bit of red needlework, and reaching to his boots of soft, black leather. Sacrifice
  • Recently, I wore a kanzu with the intention to break stereotypes and traditions among society.
  • The kanzu in Kenya is associated with Swahili culture.
  • We were also welcomed into the house of a local family, who gave Jason a kanzu (a traditional Muslim white robe that falls all the way to the floor) and gave me a beautiful light-weight kanga that I could use to cover myself more comfortably than the heavy ones I use on the mainland. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Through a rent in his white kanzu, which was glued to his body, his shoulder appeared, covered with Sacrifice
  • In rural regions, Muslim men usually wear a long embroidered cotton gown, called a kanzu, with a matching skull cap.
  • Baganda men frequently wear a kanzu (long white robe).
  • On special occasions Muslim men wear flowing white robes called kanzus.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy