Definition of

Khaki

  1. (noun, artifact) a sturdy twilled cloth of a yellowish brown color used especially for military uniforms
  2. (adj, all) of a yellowish brown color

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Alternate forms of Khaki

Derivations: khaki

Hypernyms: cloth, fabric, material, textile

Origin of the word Khaki

  1. 1857, from Urdu khaki, lit. "dusty," from khak "dust," from Pers. First introduced in uniforms of British cavalry in India (the Guide Corps, 1846); widely adopted for camouflage purposes in the Boer Wars (1899-1902). more

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Words that sound like Khaki

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