Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as tapa (which see).
- n. In Hawaii, cloth of any kind; clothes generally.
“For centuries before any Europeans so much as glimpsed the islands, the Hawaiian people had made a cloth called kapa from the bark of paper mulberry trees.”
“Blind Item: Astig na senador, nagladlad ng 'kapa' sa basketbolista”
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“As she puzzled out his last words, Hinano grinned at her bewilderment and brought her closer to the imu, where three large Hawaiian men were shoveling aside a thick layer of loose sand to reveal what appeared to be a thick covering of kapa cloth, woven mats, and burlap bags.”
“Before Kawena had even unpacked, she and Midori began brainstorming plans for a weeklong seminar in the making of traditional kapa cloth by soaking and pounding the inner bark of the paper mulberry tree.”
“They made bed coverings called kappa moe by sewing together several layers of kapa with large running stitches and decorating the top with traditional patterns made from natural dyes.”
“Early hula kahiko costumes for women featured skirts made of kapa, or bark cloth.”
“Mokgatlo wa rona o moholo ANC o ile wa etsa nnete ya hore kgethollo ya mofuta ofe kapa ofe eya fediswa.”
“Parliamente kapa basebetsi ba yona batlohele o etsa ntho eo ka senkgeweshe “One size fit all”.”
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