longyi


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  • noun

Synonyms for longyi

a long piece of brightly colored cloth (cotton or silk) used as clothing (a skirt or loincloth or sash etc

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Children splashed in the shallows while their mothers washed the family's longyis traditional Burmese robes in the river's thick, khaki-green water.
During your river voyage you can try on your own longyi and have your face painted with thanakha - a traditional yellow-paste made by grinding the thanakha tree against sandstone.
Children splash in the shallows, playing tag while their mothers wash the family's longyis - traditional Burmese robes - in the river's thick, khaki-green water.
During your river voyage - the company's billing of river "cruise" hardly does it justice - you can try on your own longyi and have your face painted with Thanakha - a traditional yellow-paste made by grinding the Thanakha tree against sandstone.
During your voyage - the company's billing of cruise hardly does it justice - you can try on your own longyi and have your face painted with Thanakha - al yellow-paste made by grinding the Thanakha tree against sandstone.
McDonald Sullivan, Li Baojun, and Zhu Longyi, "Philip Beach Sullivan, Basketball Coach of St.
She was remembered then for her exotic appearance: She nearly always wore Burmese longyi and adorned her hair with flowers she picked up from the college's gardens, a habit she inherited from her mother Khin Kyi.
A Rangoon teashop where, at night, servers sleep in a "tangled pile of arms, legs, and longyi," the Burmese sarong.
He was found to have committed suicide by hanging himself with his longyi (sarong) in his cell room where he was sharing with a cell mate who was asleep during that time', said the Government of Burma (now known as Myanmar) on their website on 2 June.