The term "pajama" is derived from the Hindi "pyjma," which comes from the Persian "py," which means "leg," and "jma," which means "garment."
A party when children stay over at a friend's house is known as a pajama party.
Mogul's breeches, the precursor of modern pajamas, was initially made popular in Britain within the 17th century, but it wasn't until around 1870 that men started wearing them as loungewear. They may be traced back to British colonial rule in Southwest Asia.
Copyright © 2023 Drlogy. All rights reserved.