Origin of kaross
Examples from the Web for kaross
Women were there, too, watching for the signal, which was to be the waving of a kaross by a chief.The Cape and the Kaffirs|Harriet Ward
"They take one arm out of the kaross, thereby exposing one shoulder blade to the sun" (Editors).Balder The Beautiful, Vol. I.|Sir James George Frazer
Then I hunted about in Wambe's hut, and found a kaross to put over his poor bruised shoulders, and he was quite a man again.Maiwa's Revenge|H. Rider Haggard
The kaross now hung down the stem, in a spread position, the transverse stick keeping it extended to its full width.The Maroon|Mayne Reid
Their dress was a skin cloak (kaross) worn across the shoulders and a smaller one across the loins.