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sit cross-legged (kekkafuza 結跏趺坐, fuza 趺坐)

To sit with the left foot on the right thigh and the right foot on the left thigh; the so-called "full lotus" position. A posture often used for sitting meditation (zazen 坐禪), and also when sitting on tatami mat floors during religious services. →"sit semi-cross-legged."