(plural) garments Sacred
clothing worn under everyday clothing symbolizing eternal commitments and covenants
and other Old Testament prophets
had sacred garments, and even today some religions
still use garments as a symbol
and reminder of sacred oaths and covenants.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
who have entered the temple
for their first endowments
covenant to wear garments as a daily reminder
of the sanctity of these commitments. The garments are always white two-piece cotton/nylon underclothing (knee-length shorts and shirts which cover the shoulder). The garments are not worn for physical exercise
This is more accurate under the garments node as there is never a single garment (these are not a coat of many colors), but some editor under the guise of klaproth decided to consolidate e2 and put it here.