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PJ may refer to: * Pajamas, or PJs People * PJ (blogger), Pamela Jones, paralegal–journalist * PJ (singer), Paris Jones (born 1990), American singer-songwriter * PJ, Djahanshah Aghssa, drummer of Anti-Nowhere League Arts and entertainment * P.J. (film), ''P.J.'' (film), a 1968 film starring George Peppard * P.J. (Disney), Pete Junior, a Disney cartoon character * P.J. (comics), a character in ''The Family Circus'' comic strip Businesses * PJ Media, originally known as Pajamas Media * PJ Trailers, an American trailer manufacturer * Peach John, a Japanese lingerie retailer with "pj" logo Organisations * PJ, Justicialist Party, (Partido Justicialista), a major Argentine political party * PJ, Polícia Judiciária, Portuguese criminal investigation police * PJ, Central Directorate of the Judicial Police, Police Judiciaire, a higher branch of the French police services * PJ, Places * Petaling Jaya, a Malaysian city * Massie Wireless Station, Rhode Island, U.S. Other uses * PJ, ...
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Pajamas
Pajamas (American English, US) or pyjamas (English in the Commonwealth of Nations, Commonwealth) (), sometimes shortened to PJs, jammies, or jam-jams, are several related types of clothing originating from South Asia. Adopted in the Western world, pajamas are soft, warm, and traditionally loose garments derived from the Indian culture, Indian and Persian culture, Persian bottom-wear, the ''pyjamas''. They are worn for nightwear, sleeping, working from home, and lounging. Etymology The word ''pyjama'' was borrowed into English c. 1800 from the Hindustani language, Hindustani , itself borrowed from fa, پايجامه, rtl=yes, pāy-jāma, leg-garment. The original ''pyjāmā'' are loose, lightweight trousers fitted with drawstring waistbands and worn by many Sikhs in India, Indian Sikhs, as well as Muslims and Hindus, and later adopted by Europeans during British Company rule in India, East India Company rule in India. History The worldwide use of pajamas (the word and the ...
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