If the legs are crossed at the ankles, use crossed ankles instead.
For the sitting style where the legs cross at the ankles "pretzel"-style (also known as agura, 胡坐, in Japanese, or tailor's style in several European languages), use indian style.
- figure four sitting (a character is sitting with their legs crossed with one calf or ankle resting on the other knee or thigh).
- watson cross
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