pl. zo′ris or zo′ri
a sandal of a Japanese style, consisting of a flat sole held on the foot by means of a thong anchored in front between the big toe and the toe next to it and passing over the foot
Origin of zoriSino-Japanese z?ri (earlier s?ri) ; from z? (or s?), grass + ri, (foot)wear
nounpl. zori zori or zo·ris
A flat sandal with thongs, usually made of straw or leather.
Origin of zoriJapanese zōri, from Middle Chinese tshaw´ li´, straw sandal (also the source of Mandarin c&acaron;o l&udiecaron;) : tshaw´, grass, straw + li´, shoe.
(plural zori or zoris)
OriginSee also: zÅri
From Japanese è‰å±¥ (zÅri).