Common Lexeme


Keywords: clothing, dress

Pronunciation (IPA): ʃəˈmis 
Part of Speech: term noun verb 
Class: skurun 
Forms: xymís 
Glosses: shirt, dress up 


The term xymís came from the French chemise during the middle period, coined by French globalists, and eventually became popular globally, making it into the early AXZ standardisation of the Common language. It means a shirt, with the implication that it is a nice, fancy or formal shirt.

As a verb, xymís is a skurun verb meaning to dress someone (up, nicely). It is often used in its antipassive pali form where it idiomatically means to dress oneself.

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