clothing   
akanjo
clothing; a dress; a shirt [Hallanger 1973]
fitafiana
clothing [Hallanger 1973]
lamba
the usual outer garment worn by the people. It is generally a piece of calico, from 4 to 5 yards long cut in two, and sewn together along the length. Also cloth in general. [It is interesting to note that in Borneo, Lamba is a yellow-flowered broad-leaved weed, from the strong fibre of which a kind cloth is made: and that the Swahili Arabs trading on the west coast in jiafotsy lamba have adopted the word as ramba] [Richardson 1885]
woven cloth; clothing [Hallanger 1973]
tafy
clothing, the act of clothing. [Ar. ataf.] [Richardson 1885]
clothing [Hallanger 1973]