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datcinselta'u
lujvo x1=t2 is a cross-dresser/transvestite wearing dress/garment/clothing x2=t1 serving purpose t3. Cf. cingafpre, palku, pastu, dadne'ota'u.
kosta
gismu rafsi: kos x1 is a coat/jacket/sweater/cloak/[cape/shawl/pullover] [extra outer garment] of material x2. See also pastu, sunla, taxfu.
palku
gismu rafsi: pak x1 are pants/trousers/slacks/leggings [legged garment] of material x2. See also taxfu, pastu, skaci.
pasrtunika
fu'ivla x1 is a tunic of material x2. A garment worn over the torso, with or without sleeves, and of various lengths reaching from the hips to the ankles. Originated in Greece and Ancien Rome. tu'inka for type 4. Cf. pastu.
skaci
gismu x1 is a skirt/kilt/dress of material x2; x1 is skirted [garment open at the bottom; not legged]. A skirted garment may be full length (pastu), but must hang below the waist from support above or at the waist. See also taxfu, palku.
taxfu
gismu rafsi: taf ta'u x1 is dress/a garment/clothing for wearing by x2 (gender/species/body part) serving purpose x3. Also: x2 can wear/is wearing x1; refers to something intended for use as a garment, not merely something that happens to be worn at some time (which need not be true for dasni). See also creka, cutci, daski, dasni, gluta, kosta, mapku, palku, pastu, skaci, smoka, lunbe.