I have read several African books about textiles and cloths made in Africa specifically in Ghana. The term kente cloth was always written in books so when I was being taught how to weave from my master weaver teacher, Sebastian Dayi, he corrected me along with his brother (Tokalee) about the term “kente” and “kete". They told me that "kente" is a term used by the Ashanti tribe who took the original term “kete" from the Anglo tribe. Ke means “to” Te means “beat”, which is the action in which you weave with the reed. Every cloth woven has a name which meaning derives from the technique or process used to make the cloth. These cloths are wore to celebratory functions such as out-doorings, weddings, and funerals throughout Africa.