Pants. Mara Castle. ETYMOLOGY. Noun : clipped form of pantaloons (French). Pantaloons: 1661, "kind of tights" (originally a Fr. Fashion), associated with Pantaloun (1590). (Greek origin—"all-compassionate”) Applied to tight long trousers (replacing knee-breeches) by 1798
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