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::::::And with this schema in mind, I have tended to conclude that ''camisia'' could stand as the general term for shirt without reference to subtype or particular layer. Indūmentum would be anything you put on, though with the OLD using a robe as an example, it seems to suggest a higher layer, but not insist on it. Any thoughts on this?--[[Usor:IāxCūpārius|IāxCūpārius]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:IāxCūpārius|disputatio]]) 02:38, 17 Iunii 2013 (UTC)
:::::::Thanks for the investigation! It all sounds good to me; I think many dictionaries have yet to catch up with the increasing informality of modern dress. I like your list, except for ''toga'', which I would tend to restrict to the ancient garment, though if it is used widely to mean "jacket" we could include that. And if you'd like to start any of the articles, please go ahead; the modern clothing articles are still very undeveloped. [[Usor:Lesgles|Lesgles]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Lesgles|disputatio]]) 23:24, 22 Iunii 2013 (UTC)
::::::::I would tend to think that indusium would be the most general term for 'upper body garment'. Camisia would cover night shirts to dress shirt. I would place polo shirts under indusium and not under camisia or at least call it a 'camisia polo'. Polo shirts are definitely not the same as dress shirts.I would reserve tunica for tunic and toga for toga. Subucula for undershirt is ok. iacca and amiculum are definitely indusia but not camisia.This is based on my understanding of the origins of the term camisia as a toga like linen undergarment that men started wearing dressed up with collars as an outer garment over time.--[[Usor:Rafaelgarcia|Rafaelgarcia]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Rafaelgarcia|disputatio]]) 02:59, 23 Iunii 2013 (UTC)
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