What is the phrase 'cross legged stance' when translated from English to Japanese?


In my style, Shorin-Ryu (and probably others), Kosa Dachi roughly translates to Cross-legged stance.
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Most women do that. It's lady like and hides the crotch. Ever noticed how in old school group photos all the girls have their legs crossed. It's proper (and sexy) I don't always but
They say that those people stayed that way for 5-10 hours sometimes.
It is suppose to be a comfortable way to sit and meditate which may be Yoga. It's a common posture of Buddhist meditation which may be natural to cross their legs to some people.
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