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* Afrikaans: {{t-|af|klere|p}}
 
* Afrikaans: {{t-|af|klere|p}}
* Armenian: {{t-|hy|հագուստ|tr=hagust}}, {{t-|hy|զգեստ|tr=zgest}}
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* Alabama: {{t|abz|ilokfa}}
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* Aragonese: {{t|an|ropa|f}}
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* Armenian: {{t-|hy|հագուստ}}, {{t-|hy|զգեստ}}
 
* Aromanian: {{t-|rup|vishtimintu}}
 
* Aromanian: {{t-|rup|vishtimintu}}
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* Asturian: {{t|ast|ropa|f}}
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* Avar: {{t|av|ретІел}}
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* Aymara: {{t|ay|isi}}
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* Azeri: {{t|az|geyim}}
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* Bambara: {{t|ba|fini}}
 
* Bashkir: {{tø|ba|кейем|tr=keyem|sc=Cyrl}}
 
* Bashkir: {{tø|ba|кейем|tr=keyem|sc=Cyrl}}
* Bengali: {{t-|bn|পোশাক|sc=Beng}}
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* Basque: {{tr|eu|jantzi}}
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* Belarusian: {{t|be|адзежа}}
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* Bengali: {{t-|bn|পোশাক|tr=poshak|sc=Beng}}
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* Bislama: {{t|bi|klos}}
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* Breton: {{t|br|dilhad}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|облекло|n}}, {{t+|bg|дрехи|p}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|облекло|n}}, {{t+|bg|дрехи|p}}
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* Catalan: {{t|ca|roba|f}}
 
* Chamicuro: {{tø|ccc|ropa}}
 
* Chamicuro: {{tø|ccc|ropa}}
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* Chechen: {{t|ce|бедар}}
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* Cherokee: {{t|chr|ᏧᎾᏄᏬ|tr=tsunanuwo}}
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* Chinese:
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** Mandarin: {{t|cmn|衣服|tr=yīfu}}
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* Chuvash: {{t|cv|тумтир}}
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* Corsican: {{t|ca|mutende|f-p}}, {{t|ca|fascende|f-p}}
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* Crimean Tatar: {{t|crh|urba}}
 
* Czech: {{t+|cs|oblečení|n}}
 
* Czech: {{t+|cs|oblečení|n}}
 
* Danish: {{t+|da|tøj|n}}
 
* Danish: {{t+|da|tøj|n}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|kleding|f}}, {{t-|nl|kledij|f}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|kleding|f}}, {{t-|nl|kledij|f}}
 
* Esperanto: {{t-|eo|vestaĵo}}
 
* Esperanto: {{t-|eo|vestaĵo}}
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* Estonian: {{t|et|rõivas}}, {{t|et|riie}}
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* Faroese: {{t|fo|klædnaður|f}} {{qualifier|rare}}
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* Fijian: {{t|fj|isulu}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|vaatetus}}, {{t+|fi|vaatteet}}, {{t-|fi|pukimet}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|vaatetus}}, {{t+|fi|vaatteet}}, {{t-|fi|pukimet}}
* French: {{t+|fr|vêtements|p}}
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* French: {{t+|fr|vêtements|m-p}}, {{t|fr|habits|m-p}}
* Georgian: {{t-|ka|ტანსაცმელი|tr=tansac'meli|sc=Geor}}
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* Galician: {{t|gl|roupa|f}}
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* Georgian: {{t-|ka|ტანსაცმელი}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Kleidung|f}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Kleidung|f}}
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* Greek: {{t|el|ρούχο|n}}
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* Gujarati: {{t|gu|કપડાં|tr=kepeḍām}}
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* Haitian Creole: {{t|ht|rad}}
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* Hawaiian: {{t|haw|lole}}
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* Hindi: {{t|hi|वस्त्र|tr=vastra}}
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* Icelandic: {{t|is|klæðnaður|m}}
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* Ido: {{t|io|vestaro}}
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* Ilokano: {{t|ilo|bado}}
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* Indonesian: {{t|id|pakaian}}
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* Ingush: {{t|inh|бедар}}
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* Interlingua: {{t|ia|roba}}
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* Inuktitut: {{t|iu|ᐊᐅᑦᓯᓇᖅᑐᖅ|tr=autsinaqtuq}}
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|éadach|m}}
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|éadach|m}}
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* Italian: {{t+|it|abbigliamento|m}}
 
* Italian: {{t+|it|abbigliamento|m}}
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* Japanese: {{t|ja|服|tr=[[ふく]],[[fuku]]}}
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* Javanese: {{t|jv|sandhang}}
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* Kannada: {{t|kn|ಉಡುಪು|tr=uddupu}}
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* Karelian: {{t|krl|vuatteus}}
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* Kazakh: {{t|kk|киім}}
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* Korean: {{t|ko|옷}}, {{t|ko|의상}}
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* Kyrgyz: {{t|ky|кийим}}
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* Lak: {{t|lbe|ливас}}
 
* Latin: {{t-|la|vestīmentum|n}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|vestis}}, {{t-|la|vestītus}}
 
* Latin: {{t-|la|vestīmentum|n}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|amiculum}}, {{t-|la|vestis}}, {{t-|la|vestītus}}
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* Latvian: {{t|lv|apģērbs|f}}
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* Lezgian: {{t|lez|ливас}}
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* Limburgish: {{t|li|kleier|m}}
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* Lithuanian: {{t|lt|apranga}}, {{t|lt|apdaras}}
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* Macedonian: {{t|mk|облека|tr=obleka}}
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* Malagasy: {{t|mg|akanjo}}
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* Malay: {{t|ms|pakaian}}
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* Malayalam: {{t|ml|വസ്ത്രം|tr=vastraṁ}}
 
* Manx: {{t-|gv|eaddagh|m}}, {{t-|gv|eaddeeyn|m-p}}
 
* Manx: {{t-|gv|eaddagh|m}}, {{t-|gv|eaddeeyn|m-p}}
 
* Maori: {{t-|mi|kākahu}}, {{t-|mi|pūeru}}
 
* Maori: {{t-|mi|kākahu}}, {{t-|mi|pūeru}}
* Nahuatl: [[quemitl]]
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* Marathi: {{t|mr|पोषाख|tr=pōṣākha}}
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* Mari:
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** Western: {{t|mrj|выргем}}
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* Mongolian: {{t|mn|хувцас}}
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* Nahuatl: {{t|nah|quemitl}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|ééʼ}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|ééʼ}}
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* Norwegian:
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** Bokmål: {{t|no|klær|p}}
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** Nynorsk: {{t|nn|klede|p}}
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* Occitan: {{t|oc|rauba|f}}
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* Old English: {{t|ang|clāðas}}
 
* Old French: {{tø|fro|vestement|m}}
 
* Old French: {{tø|fro|vestement|m}}
 
* Old Provençal: {{tø|pro|vestiment}}
 
* Old Provençal: {{tø|pro|vestiment}}
* Persian: {{t+|fa|پوشاک|sc=fa-Arab}}
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* Ossetian: {{t|os|дарæс}}, {{t|os|уæлæдарæс}}, {{t|os|дзаума}}
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* Persian: {{t+|fa|پوشاک|tr=pušấk}}
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* Piedmontese: {{t|pms|abijament|m}}
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* Polish: {{t|pl|odzież|f}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|roupa|f}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|roupa|f}}
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* Punjabi: {{t|pa|ਕੱਪੜਾ|tr=kapaṛā}}
 
* Romanian: {{t-|ro|îmbrăcăminte|f}}, {{t+|ro|haină}}
 
* Romanian: {{t-|ro|îmbrăcăminte|f}}, {{t+|ro|haină}}
* Russian: {{t+|ru|одежда|f|sc=Cyrl|tr=odéžda}}
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* Romansch: {{t|rm|vestgids|m-p}}
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* Russian: {{t+|ru|одежда|f}}
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* Rusyn: {{t|rue|облечіня}}
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* Sakha: {{t|sah|таҥас}}
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* Samoan: {{t|sm|‘ofu}}
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* Sardinian: {{t|sc|beltimenta|f}}, {{t|sc|bestimenta|f}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|odeća|f}}, {{t-|sh|odežda|f}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|odeća|f}}, {{t-|sh|odežda|f}}
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* Scots: {{t|sco|claes|p}}
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* Scottish Gaelic: {{t|gd|aodach|m}}
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* Shona: {{t|sn|zvipfeko}}
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* Slovak: {{t|sk|oblek}}, {{t|sk|oblečenie|n}}, {{t|sk|šaty|p}}
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* Slovenian: {{t|sv|obleka|f}}, {{t|sv|perílo}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ropa|f}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ropa|f}}
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* Sranan Tongo: {{t|srn|krosi}}
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* Sundanese: {{t|su|baju}}
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* Swahili: {{t|sw|nguo|9|10}}, {{t|sw|mavazi|5|6}} ''p''
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* Swedish: {{t|sv|kläder|c-p}}
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* Tabassaran: {{t|tab|дагъ}}, {{t|tab|палтар}} {{qualifier|North dialect}}, {{t|tab|палат}} {{qualifier|South dialect}}
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* Tagalog: {{t|tl|damit}}, {{t|tl|pananamit}}
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* Tajik: {{t|tg|либос}}
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* Tamil: {{t|ta|ஆடை|tr=āṭai}}
 
* Taos: {{tø|twf|páne}}
 
* Taos: {{tø|twf|páne}}
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* Telugu: {{t|te|బట్టలు|tr=baṭṭalu}}
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* Thai: {{t|th|เสื้อผ้า|tr=sêua pâa}}
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* Turkish: {{t|tr|giysi}}, {{t|tr|giyim kuşam}}
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* Tatar: {{t|tt|kiyem}}
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* Ukrainian: {{t|uk|одяг}}
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* Uzbek: {{t|uz|kiyim}}
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* Veps: {{t|vep|soba}}
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* Vietnamese: {{t|vi|quần áo}}
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* Võro: {{t|vro|rõivas}}
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* Wallon: {{t|wa|moussemint}}, {{t|wa|abîyemint}}
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* Welsh: {{t|cy|dillad|m-p}}
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* Yucatan Mayan: {{t|yua|nook’}}, {{t|yua|búuk}}
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* Xhosa: {{t|xh|impahla}}
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* Zulu: {{t|zu|izingubo|9|10}} ''p''
 
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Revision as of 01:23, 23 September 2013

English

Etymology

From Middle English clothing, clathing, clething (> English dialectal cleading), equivalent to clothe +‎ -ing. Cognate with Scots cleeding, cleiding, cleading ‎(clothing), Dutch kleding ‎(clothing), German Kleidung ‎(clothing), Danish klædning ‎(clothing, dress, attire), Swedish klädning ‎(dress). Compare also cladding.

Pronunciation

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  • Rhymes: -əʊðɪŋ

Verb

clothing

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Noun

A baby wearing many items of winter clothing: headband, cap, fur-lined coat, shawl and sweater

clothing ‎(uncountable)

  1. Any of a wide variety of articles, usually made of fabrics, animal hair, animal skin, or some combination thereof, used to cover the human body for warmth, to preserve modesty, or for fashion.
    • Milton
      From others he shall stand in need of nothing, / Yet on his brothers shall depend for clothing.
  2. An act or instance of putting clothes on.
    The clothing and unclothing of the idols was of special significance.
  3. (obsolete) The art of process of making cloth.
    • Ray
      Instructing [refugees] in the art of clothing.
  4. A covering of non-conducting material on the outside of a boiler, or steam chamber, to prevent radiation of heat.
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