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haori

[ hou-ree; Japanese hah-aw-ree ]
/ ˈhaʊ ri; Japanese hɑˈɔ ri /
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noun, plural ha·o·ris, Japanese ha·o·ri.
a loose, knee-length, Japanese garment resembling a coat.
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Origin of haori

<Japanese, earlier faori or fawori, of uncertain etymology
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