panties

panties

[pan-teez]
noun (used with a plural verb)
underpants or undershorts for women and children.
Also, pantie, panty.


Origin:
1835–45, Americanism; plural of panty

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pantie

[pan-tee]
noun

Origin:
variant of panty

panty

[pan-tee]
noun, plural panties.

Origin:
pant(s) + -y2

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panties (ˈpæntɪz)
 
pl n
a pair of women's or children's underpants

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panties
1845, "drawers for men" (derogatory), dim. of pants; meaning "underpants for women or children" first recorded 1908. Panty raid first attested 1952.
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