vesti-, vest-

(Latin: covering for the body, clothes)

uninvestable (adjective)
vest (s) (noun), vests (pl)
A sleeveless garment, that usually has buttons down the front and is worn usually over a shirt or blouse and sometimes as part of a three-piece suit.
vest (verb), vests; vested; vesting
vested (adjective)
1. Dressed or clothed; especially, in ecclesiastical vestments.
2. Having a vested interest in something or having a present right to the immediate or future possession and enjoyment of something.
vestiary (adjective)
A reference to or relating to clothes.
vestiophobia, vestiphobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An aversion of clothing: Since Jane had vestiphobia, she loved going around naked at home, but when she had to wear something, she wanted only garments large enough so as to have a lot of room to move around, and absolutely nothing tight-fitting!
vestment (s) (noun), vestments (pl)
A gown or ceremonial garment worn by the clergy.
vestry (s) (noun), vestries (pl)
1. A room in or which is attached to a church where the clergy put on their vestments (garments) and where these robes and other sacred objects are stored.
2. A room in a church used for meetings and classes.
3. A committee of members who are elected to administer the ordinary practical matters rather than the religious affairs of a parish.
vesture (s) (noun), vestures (pl)
1. Anything that covers or cloaks like a garment.
2. A covering designed to be worn on a person's body.
vesture (verb), vestures; vestured; vesturing
To provide a garment or to cover with a cloak.
vesturer (s) (noun), vesturers (pl)
A subordinate church officer who is in charge of ecclesiastical vestments or any of the various ceremonial garments worn by the clergy at religious services.