Obi

Aikido term: Belt
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obi

Form of witchcraft practised in the West Indies. It combines elements of Christianity and African religions, such as snake worship. It originated in the worship of the snake god Obi, the spirit of...
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obi

ide sash or waistband used to hold a kimono in place, part of Japanese national dress. See inro.
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Obi

O'bi noun [ Jap.] A sash, esp. the long broad sash of soft material worn by women. [ Japan] « Over this is bound the large sash ( obi ) which is the chief article of feminine adornment.» B. H. Chamberlain.
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Obi

O'bi noun [ Prob. of African origin.] 1. A species of sorcery, probably of African origin, practiced among the negroes of the West Indies. [ Written also obe and obeah .] De Quincey. B. Edwards. 2. A charm or fetich. [ West Indies] B. Edwards.
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Obi

• (n.) A sash, esp. the long broad sash of soft material worn by women. • (n.) A charm or fetich. • (n.) A species of sorcery, probably of African origin, practiced among the negroes of the West Indies.
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Obi

(from the article `Munonye, John`) Munonye`s first novel, The Only Son (1966), describes the separation of a mother from her son because of religious differences. Obi (1969), a sequel ...
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obi

wide sash or belt made of satin or a stiff silk material, worn since ancient times in Japan to secure the kimono. A woman`s obi is about 12 feet ... [2 related articles]
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Obi

Obi is a African boy name. The meaning of the name is `Heart` Where is it used? The name Obi is mainly used In African. The name Obi doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Obi seems to be unique!
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Obi

An obi is a sash worn by men and women in Japan. The women's obi is a broad sash, wrapped around the body tied in a large flat bow at the back. The man's obi is more narrow. Inside the bow is a padded cushion known as an obiage.
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obi

Form of witchcraft practised in the West Indies. It combines elements of Christianity and African religions, such as snake worship
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Obi

Belt
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OBI

belt sash
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obi

belt
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OBI

Belt sash.
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Obi

Belt
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OBI

A belt.
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Obi

Belt
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obi

A waist sash to be worn over a kimono.
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Obi

A sash for kimono. Maru Obi is ranked the highest of all the formal Obi. It originally has twice the depth compared with that of others. Maru is usually a sumptuous obi which has the same pattern on both sides.
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obi

broad sash worn with a kimono
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