noun, plural ta·bi, ta·bis.
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Origin of tabi
Words nearby tabi
Example sentences from the Web for tabi
I discarded boots and walked with my skirts up to my knees, bare legs and Japanese tabi, as did J—— and C——.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes
I have heard of silk tabi, but never saw any, and I think they are worn only by geisha, etc.
But everybody wears the white cotton tabi, and nothing could be prettier than a little foot in this cleft envelope.
This constable was a fine, dignified-looking fellow, but so poor that his toes were showing through his blue cloth tabi.
This is a condition which is continually experienced, for the cotton tabi are wet through at every shower.