Indian style

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Etymology

Probably from the Indian lotus position (compare languages like Polish and Romanian which use the phrase "Turkish style" in reference to the Turks' similar sitting style), or possibly from the way some Native American Indians (indigenous peoples of the Americas) sat.

Adverb

Indian style (not comparable)

  1. (of sitting) Cross-legged.

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