[ kˈafɪjˌe͡ɪ], [ kˈafɪjˌeɪ], [ k_ˈa_f_ɪ_j_ˌeɪ]
How to use "Kaffiyeh" in context?
The kaffiyeh, or "scarf of the desert," is a headdress primarily worn by men in the Middle East. It is a long, rectangular piece of cloth that is folded in half and worn over the head. The common color of the kaffiyeh is white, but it can also be made from other colors and patterns. The kaffiyeh is traditionally made from broadcloth, though nowadays it is also made from other materials, like cotton.
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