[ kah-kuh-boo-ton ]
/ ˌkɑ kəˈbu tɒn /
a thin quilt or coverlet traditionally used when sleeping on a futon.
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Origin of kakebuton
< Japanese, equivalent to kake(y) to hang (transitive) (< *kaka-i) + -buton, combining form of futon futon
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