Pajamas

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A girl (and her doll) wearing pyjamas.

Pajamas (pyjamas in the United Kingdom) are loose clothes that people wear while they are sleeping. Pyjamas usually include trousers and a shirt. Pyjamas are often made of cotton. They are usually worn without underwear. The word comes from Hindi: पजामा, Pajāmā; Persian: پايجامه.