noun, plural dho·tis.
a long loincloth worn by many Hindu men in India.
the cotton fabric, sometimes patterned, of which the loincloth is made.
Also dhoo·ti, dhoo·tie, dhu·ti [doo-tee] /ˈdu ti/.
Origin of dhoti
Borrowed into English from Hindi around 1615–25
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Examples from the Web for dhuti
In a few moments he came back wearing only a dhuti, as during dinner time, and with his head uncovered.From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan|Helena Pretrovna Blavatsky
He clothed the Master in a new waist-band and dhuti, and adored Him with scents, flowers, incense and lights.Chaitanya's Life And Teachings|Krishna das Kaviraja
dhooti, dhootie or dhuti (ˈduːtɪ)
noun plural -tis
a long loincloth worn by men in India
Word Origin for dhoti
C17: from Hindi
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1620s, from Hindi dhoti.
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