- From Sanskrit काषाय (kāṣāya) (Wiktionary)
“The kapala's father was an Oma-Suling, but his grandmother, a Long-Glat, had taught him some kremi or kesa, the Malay words for folklore (in Long-Glat, lawong), and I collected from him two rather interesting tales, which are included with other folklore stories at the end of this book.”
“a slightly coarse "kesa" mitt and gently exfoliated my skin, first front, then back, and always followed by more nurturing water.”
“When I took my vows to be a priest in 2007, I had a visceral experience the moment that my kesa (outer garment that lies over the right shoulder) was wrapped around me.”
“Tsaka di hamak naman na mas deserving yung ibang housemates kesa sa kanya!”
“Maraming oppurtunties para sa akin doon kesa dito sa Pinas at napatunayan ko na yan.”
“Dressed in violet robes, the gold embroidered stole (_kesa_) over his shoulders, the rosary of crystal beads in hand, he approached the horse.”
“Zo [u] jo [u] ji; by that _kesa_ (stole), dress, and carriage?”
“Hrishikesa who has those two for his kesa or hair.”
“And since they are, as it were, the kesa or hair of Narayana, therefore is he called Hrishikesa.”
“TOKIMEKI (DOKIDOKI) DOKIDOKI ironna koto ga shitai. chikagoro nan da ka (soushi souai aimai yume mita risou wa kaitai) taikutsu na mainichi (tomodachi no hanashi ni doujou sotsunai watashi no nichijou) mamori ni hairu no wa (kesa no tamago wa hanjuku demo kimochi wa nan da ka sajuku) mada mada hayai wa.”
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