Tatami



noun, plural tatami, tatamis.
1.
(in Japanese houses) any of a number of thick, woven straw mats of uniform dimensions, about three feet by six feet (91 cm by 183 cm), the placing of which determines the dimensions of an interior.
noun (pl) -mi, -mis
1.
a thick rectangular mat of woven straw, used as a standard to measure a Japanese room

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