Pareo

The pāreu or pareo (see below) is the Cook Islands and Tahitian word for a wraparound skirt. Originally it was used only to refer to women`s skirts, as men wore a loincloth, called a maro. Nowadays the term is applied to any piece of cloth worn wrapped around the body, worn by males or females. It is related to the Malay sarong, Sāmoan lavalava....
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pareo

(+ dat.) to be obedient to, obey.
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Pareo

A pareo is a Polynesian skirt or loincloth printed with bold flower patterns. They became popular in the west as beachwear during the 1960s.
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pareo

Latin, meaning: (+ dat.) to be obedient to, obey.
Found on http://archives.nd.edu/ppp.htm
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