Origin of hibachi
Examples from the Web for hibachi
As O'Iwa passed up the stairs he returned to the hibachi of the wife.
The kitchen knife was close at hand on the brazier (hibachi).
The father filled his pipe, lighted it at the hibachi, and began to smoke, as hundreds more were doing all round them.Peeps at Many Lands: Japan|John Finnemore
As if to emphasize it, the hand she had persistently held behind her was thrust forward toward the burning coals in the hibachi.The House of the Misty Star|Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
That very night the holy man filled the kettle with water from the spring and set it on the hibachi to boil for his cup of tea.Japanese Fairy Tales|Grace James
British Dictionary definitions for hibachi
Word Origin for hibachi
Word Origin and History for hibachi
1863, from Japanese hibachi "firepot," from hi "fire" + bachi, hachi "bowl, pot," which Watkins derives ultimately from Sanskrit patram "cup, bowl."