Shalwar-kameez meaning

An outfit worn in South Asian countries by men and women comprising loose trousers and a long shirt.
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An outfit worn by men and women in South Asian countries, with its origins in Sindh, comprising loose trousers and a long shirt.
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Origin of shalwar-kameez

  • From Hindustani सलवार क़मीज़ / سلوار قمیص (salvār qamīs), from Sindhi, from قمیص from Arabic

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  • From Hindustani सलवार क़मीज़ / سلوار قمیض (salvār qamīz), from Persian, from Arabic

    From Wiktionary