Word Summary
endyma: apparel (esp. the outer robe)
Original Word: ἔνδυμα
Transliteration: endyma
Phonetic Spelling: (en'-doo-mah)
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Short Definition: apparel (esp. the outer robe)
Meaning: apparel (especially the outer robe)
Strong's Concordance
clothing, garment, raiment.

From enduo; apparel (especially the outer robe) -- clothing, garment, raiment.

see GREEK enduo

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 1742: ἔνδυμα

ἔνδυμα, ἐνδυτός, τό (ἐνδύω), garment, raiment, (Aulus Gellius, Lactantiusindumentum): Matthew 6:25, 28; Luke 12:23; specifically, a cloak, an outer garment: Matthew 3:4; Matthew 22:11f (ἔνδυμα γάμου, a wedding garment); Matthew 28:3; ἔνδυμα προβάτων, sheep's clothing, i. e. the skins of sheep, Matthew 7:15 (others take the phrase figuratively: 'with a lamb-like exterior'). ((Strabo 3, 3, 7); Josephus, b. j. 5, 5, 7; (Antiquities, 3, 7, 2); Plutarch, Sol. 8; the Sept. for לְבוּשׁ.)