they a two adorable and intelligent bananas (dressed in pajames oviously) on a babies telivision show that teach kids what is right and wrong. They are called B1 and B2 and ha…ve been going since 1995! (MORE)
I think pajamas go back a very long way in India as sleeping attire. The British Raj popularised them and took the idea back to Britain. They soon caught on and spread through…out the western world in the 19th C. (MORE)
The word "pyjama" or "pajama", which originally derives from the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Persian_language word was incorporated into the English language during http:/…/wiki.answers.com/wiki/British_Raj through the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Hindustani_language (MORE)
The easiest way to sew pajamas is to use a pattern. First, cut outthe pieces that the pattern provides to you in the right sizes.Second, pin together the pieces according to t…he instructions.Third, sew the pieces together in the order that the pattern tellsyou too. Good luck! (MORE)
The word pajamas is one of a group of nouns that the singular is ashortened form for 'a pair of...'. These are called a binary noun,a word for something made up of two parts t…o form the whole. Thesingular is pajamas, the plural is two pairs of pajamas. Other nouns in the binary group of 'a pair of...' are: .
"Pajamas" is now an English word, but it was adopted from the Hindi language by Europeans in India and other parts of Southern Asia. In Hindi, it refers to loose-fitting pants… tied with a drawstring at the waist. The Hindus adapted the word from an older Persian word meaning "leg garments". (MORE)