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What is "Pajamas" - Definition & Explanation

pajamas loose lightweight trousers formerly much worn in the Near East; a loose usually two-piece lightweight suit designed for sleeping or lounging.
Pajamas or pyjamas often PJs are a form of nightwear for those who do not prefer to sleep in their underwear or nude. Pyjamas are usually two-piece garments but may be one-piece garments.

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