- the Japanese persimmon tree.
- the fruit of this tree.
Origin of kaki
Borrowed into English from Japanese around 1720–30
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Examples from the Web for kaki
Kaki manaska quihampu miriac jakku, mesimbrii caphani crukkia, manaskar quebriac krusondora.
Mingled with her shrieks, opprobrious epithets fell fast; the last I could distinguish were: Kaki Spalaki:—ungrateful hound!
He was wounded between the ankle and the heel— Dia kna luka antara mata kaki dan tumit.A Manual of the Malay language
William Edward Maxwell
By sentence of the kaki, he had been bled, and was now on his way to the city hospital.
- another name for Japanese persimmon
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