dashiki dashiki  /də ˈʃi ki/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a loose and brightly colored African shirt

Usage(s):

  1. Anyone with a Paula Cole CD collecting dust or an Arrested Development dashiki moldering in the closet has a right to be suspicious.
  2. The burly, brooding Ditto, who prowls the streets in a dashiki, arouses fear or hatred in many whites.
  3. Anyone with a Paula Cole CD collecting dust or an Arrested Development dashiki moldering in the closet has a right to be suspicious.

News

  • Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars brought African, reggae beats to Lafayette

    Several women danced at the stage barricades, and a few couples let loose nearby. A man in a dashiki-style shirt played some sort of flute while dancing. Next to them, a woman shimmied against her partner with a gypsy scarf tied around her waist.
    on April 26, 2014     Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

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Quotes

  • Obama, who would later leave a job as a financial researcher and writer to work as an organizer on Chicago's South Side, wrote, "It made me smile, thinking back on Frank and his old Black Power, dashiki self."
    on Aug 2, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: FOXNews

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