noun, plural dho·tis.
Origin of dhoti
Examples from the Web for dhoti
He felt the blood trickling down his face; from time to time he wiped it away with the loose end of his dhoti.In Clive's Command|Herbert Strang
Dermot saw that the corpse was that of a low-caste Hindu, clad only in a dirty cotton koorta and dhoti.The Elephant God|Gordon Casserly
The priest arose, bathed, opened the shrine, and found the kshir under the lappet of the god's dhoti.Chaitanya's Life And Teachings|Krishna das Kaviraja
I have been trying to buy a few things—a sarong, which is a putso which is a dhoti; a pipe; and a "damned Malayan kris."From Sea to Sea|Rudyard Kipling
He was not one of our men, but a common ryot, clad simply in a dhoti or waist-cloth, and a rather dirty turban.Mr. Isaacs|F. Marion Crawford
British Dictionary definitions for dhoti
dhooti, dhootie or dhuti (ˈduːtɪ)
noun plural -tis
Word Origin for dhoti
Word Origin and History for dhoti
1620s, from Hindi dhoti.