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British Slang For Pajamas (5 Examples and explications)

British Slang For Pajamas (5 Examples and explications).
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British Slang with explications (1)

Here are five examples of British slang words for “pajamas,” along with their explanations:

  1. PJs – This is a common and widely used abbreviation for “pajamas.” It’s simple and easy to understand.
  2. Jim-jams – This is a playful and whimsical term for “pajamas.” It’s often used by children or in a lighthearted manner.
  3. Jammies – This is another fun and informal word for “pajamas.” It’s commonly used among close friends or family members.
  4. Sleepwear – This is a more formal term that refers to clothing worn specifically for sleeping. It can include nightgowns, pajamas, and other types of sleepwear.
  5. Nightwear – This is a slightly broader term that encompasses clothing worn for sleeping as well as lounging. It can include robes, pajamas, nightgowns, and other similar items.

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