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Random information on the term ” PJs”:
Pajamas (US) or pyjamas (Commonwealth) (/pəˈdʒɑːməz, pɪ-, -ˈdʒæ-/), sometimes shortened to PJs or jammies, are several related types of clothing originating from the Indian subcontinent. In the Western world, pajamas are soft, warm, and traditionally loose garments derived from the Indian daywear pajamas. They are worn for sleeping and lounging.
The word pyjama was borrowed into English c. 1800 from the Hindustani pāy-jāma, itself borrowed from Persian: پايجامه, romanized: pāy-jāmeh, lit. 'leg-garment'. The original pyjāmā are loose, lightweight trousers fitted with drawstring waistbands and worn by many Indian Muslims, as well as Sikhs and Hindus, and later adopted by Europeans during British East India Company rule in India.
The worldwide use of pajamas (the word and the garment) outside the subcontinent is the result of adoption by British colonists in India in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the British influence on the wider Western world during the Victorian era.Pajamas had been introduced to England as “lounging attire” as early as the seventeenth century, then known as mogul’s breeches (Beaumont and Fletcher) but they soon fell out of fashion. The word pajama (as pai jamahs, Paee-jams and variants) is recorded in English use in the first half of the nineteenth century. They did not become a fashion in Britain and the Western world as sleeping attire for men until the Victorian period, from about 1870.