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Statesman wearing a kufi

EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

kufi ‎(plural kufis)

  1. A type of brimless, rounded cap worn by people of African descent
    • 2008 March 2, George Vecsey, “The Primary Season Is Embracing Sports Images”, in New York Times[1]:
      Whenever Brown shows up, wearing his African kufi and confronting issues, I find myself nodding vigorously, for old-time’s sake.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin confīnis.

NounEdit

kufi m (indefinite plural kufi, definite singular kufiri, definite plural kufinjtë)

  1. border, confines, limit
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