Then he called some of his men, and they carried me in a kaross to this place.
Women were there, too, watching for the signal, which was to be the waving of a kaross by a chief.
On the further side of her, just by the fire, lay little Tota, wrapped in a kaross.
The kaross was fastened on the right shoulder, leaving the arm free.
He would bring his blanket from the wagon, and would not trouble Swartboy by requiring part of the latter's kaross.
Then I smelt out the poison, searching for it first in the hair of Mameena, and finding it in the kaross of Masapo.
He covers himself up entirely (including his head) in his kaross and lies down.
Then I hunted about in Wambe's hut, and found a kaross to put over his poor bruised shoulders, and he was quite a man again.
He wore a kaross of leopard skins, and on his wrists and ankles were rings of ivory, the royal ornaments.
The chief Potgieter was flayed alive, and his skin made into a kaross or cloak.