Origin of kata
Definition for kata (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for kata
Next one horseman rode ahead at full gallop flying a kata, while some twenty others followed closely behind.In the Forbidden Land|Arnold Henry Savage Landor
The painter says it will be finished in two days— Kata tukang-chat lagi dua hari habis-lah.A Manual of the Malay language|William Edward Maxwell
So called from Kali, the Hindu goddess, and kata, laughter; because human victims were formerly here sacrificed to her.
Kata (veil of friendship and love)—a long piece of gauze presented on all occasions in Tibet in order to show friendly feelings.An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet|A. Henry Savage Landor
Kata men gar tas artrias hikans enarges to toiouton, hsper kai kata tn kardian te kai ton thraka kai ton pneumona.On the Natural Faculties|Galen