tabi

[n] - a sock with a separation for the big toe
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tabi

tabis noun a sock with a separation for the big toe; worn with thong sandals by the Japanese
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tabi

(from the article `dress`) Traditional Japanese footwear includes sandals, slippers, and wooden clogs (geta) worn with the tabi, a sock with a separate section for the big toe.
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Tabi

In contrast to socks that, when pulled on, fit the foot snugly because of their elastic weave, tabi are sewn from cloth cut to form. They are open at the back so they can be slipped on and have a row of fasteners along the opening so they can be closed. ==Jika-tabi== Construction workers, farmers and gardeners, rickshaw-pullers, and other workmen ...
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Tabi

Short socks, designed with a split toe so as to be worn with sandals.
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Tabi

split-toed socks
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Tabi

split toed socks
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Tabi

[disambiguation] Tabi are traditional Japanese socks. Tabi may also be a romanisation of the Arabic word ʈābiʕ (تابع), meaning `follower`, used in English to refer to: Tabi may also mean: ...
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