taxfu -taf-ta'u- gismu

x1 is dress/a garment/clothing for wearing by x2 (gender/species/body part) serving purpose x3.

Also: x2 can wear/is wearing x1; refers to something intended for use as a garment, not merely something that happens to be worn at some time (which need not be true for dasni). See also creka, cutci, daski, dasni, gluta, kosta, mapku, palku, pastu, skaci, smoka, lunbe.


In notes:

creka
x1 is a shirt/blouse/top [upper-body garment - not necessarily sleeved or buttoned], material x2.
cutci
x1 is a shoe/boot/sandal for covering/protecting [feet/hooves] x2, and of material x3.
daski
x1 is a pocket/pouch of/in garment/item x2.
dasni
x1 wears/is robed/garbed in x2 as a garment of type x3.
gluta
x1 is a mitten/glove [hand and lower arm garment] of material x2.
kosta
x1 is a coat/jacket/sweater/cloak/[cape/shawl/pullover] [extra outer garment] of material x2.
lunbe
x1 is bare/naked/nude; x1 is without cover/clothes/[protection].
mapku
x1 is a cap/hat/crown/helmet/piece of headgear [head-top garment] of material x2.
palku
x1 are pants/trousers/slacks/leggings [legged garment] of material x2.
pastu
x1 is a robe/tunic/gown/cloak/dress/[coveralls] [a long/full body garment] of material x2.
skaci
x1 is a skirt/kilt/dress of material x2; x1 is skirted [garment open at the bottom; not legged].
smoka
x1 is a sock/stocking [flexible foot and lower leg garment] of material x2.
ba'armo'a
x1=m1 is a pattern of marks x2=m2=b1 arranged according to structure x3=m3 on x4=b2 of material x5=b3.
luzycreka
c1=k1 is a blouse of material c2.
manfyta'u
t1=m1 is livery/[a uniform] for wearing by t2 for purpose t3.
norlunbe
l1 is half-naked; l1 is partly without cover/clothes/[protection].
rufta'u
t1=r1 is coarse clothing/sackcloth.
sedgai
g1 is a hood (headwear) covering g2=s1.
tamtigypre
p1=ti1 is a model/mannequin serving fashion/artistic/commercial concept ti2=ta1.
bluji
x1 is a pair of jeans / blue jeans
tafrcemize
x1 is a chemise/shift/smock of material x2.
tafrjerzi
x1 is a jersey of material x2.
tafrkimono
x1 is a kimono.