noun, plural ta·bi, ta·bis.
Origin of tabi
Examples from the Web for tabi
There is first put on a short stocking, or tabi, which reaches a little above the ankle and fastens in the back.Oriental Women|Edward Bagby Pollard
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 am taking a set of cotton kimonas to China so as to have them to wear in my room with the tabi on hot days.Letters from China and Japan|John Dewey
The population is divided into two clans—the Bule and the Tabi.Two Years with the Natives in the Western Pacific|Felix Speiser
From Tabi the distance to the ruins of Labna is some twelve miles.The American Egypt|Channing Arnold