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See also Jeans, and Jean's

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Shortening of jean fustian, itself from jean (from Middle English Gene 'Genoa [city state]', the -s was added influenced by the cognate Old French Jannes, (modern=) Gênes) + fustian 'strong cotton fabric' (from Middle English, from Old French fustaine, from medieval Latin fustaneum, probably from Latin fustis 'club; (medieval sense) tree trunk').

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jeans

  1. Plural form of jean.
  2. Patrono:Pluralonly A pair of trousers made from denim cotton
    Traditionally most jeans are dyed dark blue.

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From English jeans, see above

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Jeans (plural jeans, no diminutive)

  1. A pair of jeans (denim trousers)
  2. Patrono:Extension Any denim garment
  3. (invariable) The cotton fabric denim

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Jeans m. (plural jeans)

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Jeans m.

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jeans m.

  1. jeans (trousers)

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Spelling proscribed as an anglicism; the spelling yin or yines is preferred.[1]

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  1. Diccionario panhispánico de dudas, vaquero

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