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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English pants.

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NounEdit

パンツ ‎(romaji pantsu)

  1. pants (underpants or panties/knickers)
    • 1996 September 15, Mitsuru Adachi, “途中下車 [Stopover]”, in ショート・プログラム [Short Program], volume 2 (fiction, in Japanese), Tokyo: Shogakukan, ISBN 4-09-121882-2, page 92:
      ほれ、 (した) ()のパンツ (だい) (かい) (すい)パンツ (だい)
      Hore, shitagi no pantsu dai to kaisui pantsu dai.
      Hey, here's the boxers money and the swimming trunks money.
      なんか、 () ()りたくなくなるような (かね) () (まえ)だな。
      Nan ka, uketoritaku nakunaru yō na kane no namae da na.
      What the? Who'd wanna take money named like that?
    • 2012 June 1, Motoki Takeuchi, “ゆきてるかんきん [Yukiteru Held Prisoner]”, in 未来日記モザイク消し (fiction, in Japanese), Tokyo: Kadokawa Shoten:
      どうでもいいけどパンツ ()えてるわよ
      Dō de mo ii kedo pantsu mieteru wa yo
      Your panties are clearly shown, by the way
      キャッ!もうイヤーン♡
      Kyah! Mō iyān♡
      Argh! Nooo♡
    • 1997 July 17, Seimaru Amagi; Fumiya Sato, “じんせきさつじんけん [The Murder Case at the Demonic Ruins ①]”, in きんいちしょうねんけん簿 [The Kindaichi Case Files], volume 25 (fiction, in Japanese), Tokyo: Kodansha, ISBN 4-06-312431-2:
      そのフリフリホワイトのパンツは‥‥宗像 (むなかた)センパイ!
      Sono furifuri howaito no pantsu wa‥‥ Munakata-senpai!
      These frilly white panties‥‥ Munakata-senpai!
  2. pants/trousers

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