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- n. Obsolete form of pajama.
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- n. Pyjama.
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He wore traditional paijama pants and a long, elegant brown kurta — ironically, the traditional dress of India imported by the Mughals.
Men also appeared to be happier lounging around at home in their "jim jams" or "PJs", which are derived from the loose-fitting Asian paijama trouser.