Source RTE 1 The word “Boudier”, meaning “bodysuit”, is an old French term for a bodysuit.

The term “boucherie” comes from the word boudin, which means “beaded” and “bouchon”, meaning an embroidery hoop.

The word boulangerie is a French word for a bouquet.

2 The term boudier comes from “bêtard”, meaning to put up. 3 The word bodysuits originated in the 17th century and became popular during the 19th century.

They were traditionally made from a piece of cloth, often made from wool, and sometimes a muslin skirt or a doublet.

The bodysuites were often made with a long strap that was tied around the waist, sometimes tied at the waist and sometimes on the hip, with a loop on the inside for a hip belt.

4 The word body armour comes from a word meaning “armor” and refers to what a soldier wears.

The name bodysupplement came from a term for the cloth armour, bodyspandour.

5 The word bathing suit originated in France in the 18th century, but it was eventually adopted by the British, who wore the term in the United Kingdom.

It meant to put on clothes for the purpose of bathing, and was popular during both World Wars.

6 The term bathroom comes from French and means “the place where people wash”.

7 The term bodysurvey comes from an 18th-century French word meaning a dressing gown.

It was a kind of frock, usually worn over a dress or a tunic.

8 The word Boudier is a term from French for bodyshorts.

It comes from bodyshirt, which meant a bodice.

9 The word gown came from the English word “gown” meaning a tunica or a gown.

10 The word bath comes from Greek “bath” meaning to go to a bath or a bathhouse.

11 The word towel comes from Latin towel meaning a towel.

12 The word swimsuit comes from Thessalian “swimsuit” meaning “dress”.

13 The word bikini comes from Brazilian “bunette” meaning an outfit that would suit a woman’s body.

14 The word costume comes from Italian “costume” meaning something that is worn to disguise a person.

15 The word skirt comes from Late Latin “skirt”, which means something that covers the leg.

16 The word corset comes from Ancient Greek “kontakt” meaning dress.

17 The word waistcoat comes from Old English “wiseman” meaning someone who wears a coat or a belt.

18 The word dress comes from English “dress”, from Old French “dresser”, from Latin “dressing”.

19 The word pantaloons come from French “pantalona” meaning pantaloon.

20 The word leggings comes from Arabic “llegg” meaning leggins.

21 The word trousers comes from Middle English “trousers” meaning trousers.

22 The word garter comes from Spanish “geir”, meaning dress, trousers.

23 The word shoes comes from Dutch “gird” meaning shoes, shoes.

24 The word tights comes from Hebrew “tehva” meaning feet.

25 The word underwear comes from Ottoman Arabic “abou” meaning underwear, underwear.

26 The word petticoat comes from Portuguese “pota” meaning cloth.

27 The word pants comes from German “pfeil” meaning pants, pants.

28 The word jumper comes from British “jacket” meaning coat.

29 The word tank top comes from Russian “torso” meaning top.

30 The word boxer shorts comes from Chinese “bao” meaning shorts.

31 The word flannel comes from Scottish Gaelic “láin” meaning flannel, flannel.

32 The word pyjama comes from Irish “péch” meaning clothes, pyjamas.

33 The word long underwear comes the French “toul” meaning long, the material of a pair of trousers, and from French, meaning “to wear”.

34 The word shorts comes to English from French from “touche”, meaning long.

35 The word jacket comes from Danish “jeg” meaning jacket, a shirt.

36 The word jeans comes from Japanese “jibun” meaning jeans, a pair.

37 The word tennis shoes comes a from French tennis “stevens”, meaning a pair, a tennis shoes.

38 The word socks comes from Swedish “sokt” “sock” meaning socks, socks.

39 The word hat comes from Norwegian “heb” meaning hat, a hat.

40 The word cap comes from Polish “kobu” meaning cap, a cap.

41 The word shirt comes from Persian “tahd”

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