People say that he is a great opium-smoker— kata orang dia kuat makan chandu.
It is also called the catamenia or catamenia-flow (Greek, kata—by, men—a month).
"I'll call the whole house to prove it," said Mrs. kata, with a face as red as scarlet.
Mrs. kata, under the shock of these words, shrunk terrified into a corner of the room.
If a verbal message is sent to a friend, a kata is sent with it.
Takata Dono, or the Takata no kata, so named from the fief, is not known to fame or history under other appellation.
kata (veil of friendship and love)—a long piece of gauze presented on all occasions in Tibet in order to show friendly feelings.
Tenju-in-Den lived to over eighty years; the Takata no kata died, aged seventy-two years.
I said I wanted to buy ten cakes of wax— kata sahaya, sahaya mahu bli lilin sa-puloh tampang.
Not to give or send a kata to an honoured visitor is considered a breach of good manners and is equivalent to a slight.