MEANING: noun: Clothing.

ETYMOLOGY: Alteration of arrayment, from array, from Old French arrayer (to array). Ultimately from the Indo-European root reidh- (to ride), which also gave us ride, raid, road, and ready. Earliest documented use: 1425.

VRAIMENT - truly Parisian

PAIMENT - 'ow you buy things

RAIPENT - the Irishman demands you renounce your bad deeds