Clothing/Clothes = Vaate = Emaate/Ivaati = Ιμάτι(ον), Είμα/Έμμα

Shirt = Paita = Baita = Βαίτα (coat of skins worn by shepherds/peasants)
This is one of very few (if any) words which is already considered to have been loaned into the Proto-Finnic language from Greek, via the Proto-Germanic *paidō. I propose a direct inheritance from Greek Baita>Finnic Paita.

Garb/attire (suit, dress, costume), Fleece = Puku = Poko(s)/Poke/Puku = Πόκος/Πόκε/Πόκου

Sweater/Fleece = Pokobaita/Pokebaita/Pukubaita

Jacket/Windbreaker = Takki = Sakki, Ladupuku = Σακάκι

Coat = Pukine = Pukine = Πυκινέ (very thick, dense)

To wear = Pokoo/Pukuu

To go do/wear/get, etc. = Käydä = Kanda/Kana/Ka = Κάνω

To take off, remove, send away = Poistella = Postella/Poistello = Αποστέλλω

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Emaatemu ravikaa muun ivaatiesii ravidenon =
My clothing is colorful, but your clothing is colorless
Tatabaita tehdontae pokon = This shirt is made of fleece
Tatabaita pokontehdontae = This shirt is made of fleece (This shirt of fleece is made)
Ontotopoko sakki toi pokobaita? = Is this garb a jacket or sweater?
Ladupuku lahrasakkion kaa sakki lahrapukinee =
A windbreaker is a thin jacket, and a jacket is a thin coat
Pokoom baitamu kodekode mejeenam ukso = I wear my shirt whenever I go out
Kandas pukinesu taenytaeje = Go get your coat for tonight
Postellame ladupukumes kode veneme kaumakotokonde =
We take off our windbreakers when we go into the hot house

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Pants = Pantele, from Greek Παντελεία (‘perfection’)

Jeans = Farmpantele (both Finnish and Greek adopted ‘farm’ from English)

Jeans = Farkut = Farmuthi = Φαρμουθί (the Ancient Egyptian month of the harvest goddess)

Shorts = Sortsi

Skirt = Skirtsi

Underwear = Sesapuku

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Panteles voi na poljoraves muuna poljofarmpanteles sinimenon =
Pants can be many colors, but many jeans are blue
Sesapuku pukuuntae skirtsisortsisesa =
Underwear is worn under/inside skirts and shorts

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Shoe = Kengä/Kengillä = Kedi, Kedila = Πέδιλα

Sneaker = Hurokedi/Hyrykedila (sweat-shoe)

Sock = Sukka/Isku = Ksokso = Κάλτσα

Shoelace = Johto = (Kedi)Hjordo/Kjorto = Κορδόνι/Χορδή

Hat = Hattu = Hrato/Hrattoo = Κρατός/Κράτων (of the head[s])

Glove = Käsine = Kersine = Χερσίν (to the hands)

Scarf = Liina = Lina/Liina = Λίνa

Glasses = Lasit = Lalja = Γυαλιά

Sunglasses = Aurilalja/Auralja

Belt = Kiinni (closed, fastened) = Skini = Σκοινί (rope)

Bag = Säkki = Sakko(s)/Sakkii = Σάκκος/Σακί/Σακκί

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Pokoon ksokso kedilahuse = He/she/it wears socks in his/her/its shoes
Hjordo mejeene kedipoiki = The shoelace goes through the shoe
Kodekode klymaa pagase, vois pokoo hrato hja kersines ka liina =
Whenever it’s cold in winter, you can wear a hat and gloves and a scarf
Pokoom aurilalja aurimenkersaarkian = I wear sunglasses during the sunny summer
Dose mu kinuo viohleraskini hja ksureasakkii = Bring me that green belt and brown bag

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Cotton = Pumpuli = Pompo(kli)/Pombo/Bombo = Βάμβαξ/Βαμβάκι/Μπαμπάκι

Wool/Fleece = Poko(s)/Poke/Puku

Leather/Hide/Skin = Nahka = Darka = Ναρκίον<*Νάρκος, Σάρκα, Δέρμα

Natural = Ploοsmithae (from nature), Rjokimen (Of the river/flow/flux)

Synthetic = Suntektika/Syntehdika

Cloth/Fabric = Kangas/Rakenne = Kraka(s)/Krake = Κρόκη/Κρόκας (thread/woof)

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Pompokli ploosmithaekrakeon kaa poko plus =
Cotton is a natural fabric, and wool, too
Darka den syntehdikaa muuna plus den krakaa =
Leather is not synthetic, but also is not a fabric
Nailon suntektikaan = Nylon is synthetic

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