Definitions for "Kanga"
Keywords:  sikh, khalsa, gobind, comb, singh
a comb worn in the hair by Sikhs.
(Punjabi) In Sikhism: A comb that keeps the hair tidy; one of the five "k's" which are required of khalsa.
a stylized wooden comb carried by Sikh initiates, as a reminder to practice cleanliness
Keywords:  africa, khanga, mji, pindo, kitenge
Informal piece of cotton clothing common in East Africa.
The kanga (sometimes khanga) is a colourful garment similar to kitenge, worn by women and occasionally by men throughout Eastern Africa. It is a piece of printed cotton fabric, about 1,5m by 1m, often with a border along all four sides (called pindo in Swahili), the East African lingua franca, and a central part (mji) which differs in design from the borders.
Gaffered / Underworld] Sloping rift pitch from the end of Eeyore leading to a crawl and further chamber
a curse, which can affect several generations of a whanau or hapu
Keywords:  unique, communicate
a unique because it can communicate