Pocket

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A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items.wikipedia
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Bag

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A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items. The word appears in Middle English as pocket, and is taken from a Norman diminutive of Old French poke, pouque, modern poche, cf. pouch.
The pockets of clothing are also a kind of bag, built into the clothing for the carrying of suitably small objects.

Pocket watch

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A watch pocket or fob pocket is a small pocket designed to hold a pocket watch, sometimes found in men's trousers and waistcoats and in traditional blue jeans.
A pocket watch (or pocketwatch) is a watch that is made to be carried in a pocket, as opposed to a wristwatch, which is strapped to the wrist.

Coin purse

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In slightly later European clothing, pockets began by being hung like purses from a belt, which could be concealed beneath a coat or jerkin to discourage pickpocketing and reached through a slit in the outer garment.
Around the year 1670, men's breeches were made with built-in pockets, which caused them to stop carrying purses.

Handbag

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Handbag
They used purses and pockets, which became popular in men's trousers.

Wallet

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Wallets are generally made of leather or fabrics, and they are usually pocket-sized but not always foldable.

Black tie

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Besom pockets are found on a tuxedo jacket or trousers and may be accented with a flap or button closure.
The typical black tie jacket is single-breasted with one button only, with jetted (besom) pockets and is of black or midnight blue; usually of wool or a wool–mohair, or wool-polyester blend, although other materials, especially silk, are seen.

Envelope

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A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items.

Clothing

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A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items.

Baggage

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Pockets are also attached to luggage, backpacks, and similar items.

Backpack

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Pockets are also attached to luggage, backpacks, and similar items.

Ötzi

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Ötzi (also called the "Iceman"), who lived around 3,300 BCE, had a belt with a pouch sewn to it that contained a cache of useful items: a scraper, drill, flint flake, bone awl, and a dried fungus.

Common Era

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Ötzi (also called the "Iceman"), who lived around 3,300 BCE, had a belt with a pouch sewn to it that contained a cache of useful items: a scraper, drill, flint flake, bone awl, and a dried fungus.

Coat (clothing)

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In slightly later European clothing, pockets began by being hung like purses from a belt, which could be concealed beneath a coat or jerkin to discourage pickpocketing and reached through a slit in the outer garment.

Jerkin (garment)

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In slightly later European clothing, pockets began by being hung like purses from a belt, which could be concealed beneath a coat or jerkin to discourage pickpocketing and reached through a slit in the outer garment.

Pickpocketing

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In slightly later European clothing, pockets began by being hung like purses from a belt, which could be concealed beneath a coat or jerkin to discourage pickpocketing and reached through a slit in the outer garment.

Middle English

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The word appears in Middle English as pocket, and is taken from a Norman diminutive of Old French poke, pouque, modern poche, cf. pouch.

Norman language

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The word appears in Middle English as pocket, and is taken from a Norman diminutive of Old French poke, pouque, modern poche, cf. pouch.

Old French

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The word appears in Middle English as pocket, and is taken from a Norman diminutive of Old French poke, pouque, modern poche, cf. pouch.

Lucy Locket

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Historically, the term "pocket" referred to a pouch worn around the waist by women in the 17th to 19th centuries, mentioned in the rhyme Lucy Locket.

Trousers

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A watch pocket or fob pocket is a small pocket designed to hold a pocket watch, sometimes found in men's trousers and waistcoats and in traditional blue jeans. Besom pockets are found on a tuxedo jacket or trousers and may be accented with a flap or button closure.

Waistcoat

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A watch pocket or fob pocket is a small pocket designed to hold a pocket watch, sometimes found in men's trousers and waistcoats and in traditional blue jeans.

Jeans

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A watch pocket or fob pocket is a small pocket designed to hold a pocket watch, sometimes found in men's trousers and waistcoats and in traditional blue jeans.

Piping (sewing)

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A besom pocket or slit pocket is a pocket cut into a garment instead of being sewn on. These pockets often have reinforced piping along the slit of the pocket, appearing perhaps as an extra piece of fabric or stitching.

Beer

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A beer pocket is a small pocket within a jacket or vest sized specifically for transporting a bottle of beer.

Midwestern United States

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It came into fashion in the 1910s in select areas of the American midwest, prior to Prohibition, after which it faded into relative obscurity before experiencing minor revivals in the 1980s and early 2000s.