Why do you want to take so many nicknames for underwear in ancient times? Next, Xiaobian will bring the historical truth. Let's have a look!
Underwear is also called Xiaoyi, blasphemy, sweatshirt, despicable, shameful, Xinyi, Baofu, Pafu, round waist, treasure socks, chebule, Xiaoshan, wipe belly, sock belly, sock skirt, waist towel, qicrotch, belly pocket. It is the most intimate clothes on the human body.
According to the historical records, the earlier underwear is called the desecration. "Blasphemy" means "frivolous and not solemn". It can be seen that the mentality of the ancients to underwear is evasive and secretive.
Chinese underwear has a long history, which has been recorded in the historical records of the pre Qin period.
There was a special name for the desecration of women's clothing in the Zhou Dynasty, called Xiangfu, which was still retained at that time.
The men's blasphemy is called Ze. Because this kind of underwear is close to the body and can absorb sweat, it is named Ze.
When they arrive, they will simply call them sweaters, and when they are polite, they will call them despicable or shameful, which means that bareback is not elegant, so they need to cut cloth into small clothes to cover their chest and back.
Underwear has different names in different times in Chinese History: in Han Dynasty, underwear was called "holding the stomach" and "heart clothing", in Wei and Jin Dynasties, it was called "Liangdang", it was called "chezi", it was called "brassiere", it was called "Hehuan Lapel", it was called "main waist", it was called "belly pocket". Later, in modern times, it was the "little vest" that we still can see.
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