pajama

noun pa·ja·ma \ pə-ˈjä-mə , -ˈja- \
Updated on: 1 Dec 2017

Definition of pajama

pajamaed

play \pə-ˈjä-məd, -ˈja-\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of pajama

Hindi & Urdu pājāma, from Persian leg + jāma garment



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