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Kabaya Foods Corporation is a Japanese confectionery company. Its products include Roxy Hazelnuts.

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Google previewJava, Facts and Fancies (1905)

by Augusta de Wit

A kabaya is a sort of dressing- jacket of profusely-embroidered white batiste, fastened down the front with ornamental pins and little gold chains; and under it is worn the sarong, a gaudily- coloured skirt falling down straight and narrow, with ...

Google previewBulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia (1908)

The kabaya is a sort of dressing jacket often embroidered. Under it is worn the sarong, a brightly colored skirt falling down straight and narrow with one simple deep fold in front and kept in place by a silk scarf wound around the waist several ...

Google previewBulletin (1908)

The kabaya is a sort of dressing jacket often embroidered. Under it is worn the sarong, a brightly colored skirt falling down straight and narrow with one simple deep fold in front and kept in place by a silk scarf wound around the waist several ...

Google previewJava, the Pearl of the East (1890)

by Sarah Jane Higginson

The kabaya is a long, sack-like garment of colored print, silk or white muslin, worn over the upper half of the body, and reaching to the knees. The bajoe is almost the same garment, worn by the men, and reaches a little below the waist, the ...

Google previewFacts and Fancies about Java (1900)

by Augusta de Wit

A kabaya is a sort of dressing-jacket of profusely-embroidered white batiste , fastened down the front with ornamental pins and little gold chains ; and under it is worn the sarong, a gaudily- coloured skirt falling down straight and narrow, with ...

Google previewThe National Geographic Magazine (1910)

The kabaya is a sort of dressing jacket, often embroidered. Under it is worn the sarong, a brightly colored skirt falling down straight and narrow, with one simple, deep fold in front, and kept in place by a silk scarf wound around the waist ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Sunda language of Java (1862)

by Jonathan Rigg

Kabaya, Port: a loose robe, a dressing gown. Kabaya-an, to be overtaken by some evil; to have met with a misfortune, See Baya. Kabayan, a person of the olden time, before the introduction 180 A ...

Google previewThe Complete Costume Dictionary (2011)

by Elizabeth J. Lewandowski

cinde kenanga cinde parang cinde wilis dodot iket kabaya KENYA bafta bendera bombei KOREA anjonp'in apch'ima cchok chach'im' chaetpit ushiro- migoro usuaka usugake wara waraji watabōshi watashinui yama-bakama Yamato nishiki ...

Google previewThe Language of Fashion Dictionary and Digest of Fabric, Sewing and Dress (2013)

by Mary Brooks Picken

K kabaya (ka-bä'yo, ka bah ya). Lightweight, short coat. See JACKETS. Kaffiyeh ( ka-fé'yé; ka fee yeh). Large, square kerchief, folded diagonally, worn over head, falling to shoulders. Usually of cotton with colorful silk stripes or figures, often ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)

by Nila Gott

Malaysian _ KABAYA, SARONG North African _ HAIK outer _ CAPOTE, PALETOT rain _ PONCHO Roman _ TOGA garner _ REAP, AMASS, GATHER garnet _ RED, APLOME, PYROPE garnish _ TRIM, ADORN, BEDECK garret _ LOFT, ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopedia of World Costume (2011)

by Doreen Yarwood

Kabaya A word of Arabic or Persian origin. A light, loose tunic worn generally in the East. In the present century refers specifically to one worn in Malay countries by peasant women. KAFFIYEH Kaffiyeh with egal on top. Present-day Saudi ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Ila Usage, 1860-1960 (2000)

by Dennis G. Fowler

Kabaya kubala kamwale banamuzyabo mulumi ansya munanda umwakwe mulumi (s) The husband's fellow-villagers went to carry the maiden as far as the husband's house. Walo Sikube atubone butongonzi ansya aswe tulauluka ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Caves and Karst Science (2004)

by John Gunn

McFarlane & Kabaya, 1992). The carbon content of guano chitin also makes it a convenient material for 14C dating, and the dating of distinctive guano layers in cave sediments profiles has found use in studies of paleontological remains ...

Google previewThe Chambers Dictionary (1998)

kabaya kā-bā'ya, n a loose tunic. [Malay, from Pers or Ar] kabbala, kabbalah. See cabbala. izabele. See kebele. kabeljou orkabeljouwkob' or kub'l- yö, n a large S.African fish, Johnius hololepidotus. [Afrik] Rabob. See kebab.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

kabaya, ». See embay a. kabiki (kii-be'ke), n. [Philippine name.] In the Philippine ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1914)

[Also kabaya and formerly cabil, cabay, etc.: of Pers. or Ar. origin.] A light cotton surcoat or tunic worn in oriental countries, especially in Malay countries, by women and by Europeans. cabbage1 (kab'āj), n. [Early mod. E. also cabage, cabige, ...

Google previewTuttle Balinese-English Dictionary (2014)

by Norbert Shadeg

kabaya (Jav) n robe. kabayan ...

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