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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [1]

 Psalm 45:14 (b) These garments represent two things.

The golden garment represents the righteousness of GOD which He gives to His bride as a gift. It is not made by her, but it is made for her. It is not a product of human hands, but of GOD's heart.

The garment of needlework, however, is the white linen garment, and consists of the righteous acts of GOD's people By these, their good deeds, they weave a robe to wear, when they meet the Lord in the air. It is not the "robe of righteousness," for that is given to us by GOD when we trust the Saviour, that is the golden dress. Deeds of righteous living, godly actions, holy ambitions, and saintly words constitute the white robe, and we should be sure it is made full size.

 Isaiah 14:19 (a) The description even in this portion seems to be a description of the covering of Satan, and of his character. The garments that he wore were gorgeous, magnificent and beautiful, but were not sufficiently strong to offer successful resistance in a day of wrath. In the fateful hour GOD cast him down.

 Isaiah 63:3 (a) The garments of our Lord Jesus will be stained with the blood of His enemies as He treads them under His feet in His wrath in the coming day of judgment. His righteous wrath will be revealed by the Blood stains on His garments.

 Ezekiel 16:13 (a) This is a description of the beauty of Israel in the earlier years of their history. The songs of David echoed throughout the empire, there was prosperity, and the fear of GOD permeated the congregation. The garments represent the character of the people.

 Zechariah 3:4 (a) The soiled garments represent the evil and wicked life of the ordinary person. In another Scripture He calls these "filthy rags." In the time of the new birth, or salvation, GOD removes these garments and replaces them with the Robe of Righteousness, which is the Garment of Salvation. This robe makes us presentable to GOD so that we may come into His presence without hesitation.

 Revelation 3:5 (b) This is typical of the beautiful, sinless character of those who are saved by grace, walk with GOD, and are overcomers of sin and evil. These permit the life also of JESUS to be manifest in their moral bodies. (See also  Revelation 3:18, and  Revelation 4:4).

Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary [2]

In addition to what occurs under the article Habits, it may be observed that to make presents of changes of raiment,   Genesis 45:22 , has always been common among all ranks of orientals. The perfuming of raiment with sweet-scented spices or extracts is also still a custom, which explains the smell of Jacob's raiment. A coat or robe of many colours, such as Jacob gave to Joseph, is also a mark of distinction. The Turks at Aleppo thus array their sons; and, in the time of Sisera, a coat of divers colours is mentioned among the rich spoils which fell to the conquerors. A frequent change of garments is also very common both to show respect and to display opulence. Is there an allusion to this in  Psalms 102:26 : "As a vesture shalt thou change them, and they shall be changed?" If so, it conveys the magnificent idea of the almighty Creator investing himself with the whole creation as with a robe, and having laid that aside, by new creations, or the successive production of beings, clothing himself with others, at his pleasure.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [3]

 Matthew 17:2 Matthew 27:31 Mark 9:3 Luke 23:34 John 19:24 Acts 22:20 Revelation 3:5,18 4:4 Acts 18:6Clothing Luke 9:29 Matthew 3:4 6:25,28 28:3 Luke 12:23 James 2:2Apparel.  1—Timothy 6:8Cover

King James Dictionary [4]

RA'IMENT, n. for arrayment. See Array and Ray.

1. Clothing in general vestments vesture garments.

 Genesis 24 .  Deuteronomy 8 .

Living, both food and raiment she supplies.

2. A single garment.

In this sense it is rarely used, and indeed is improper.

Webster's Dictionary [5]

(1): ( n.) An article of dress.

(2): ( n.) Clothing in general; vesture; garments; - usually singular in form, with a collective sense.

Holman Bible Dictionary [6]

Clothing Cloth

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [7]

Raiment . See Dress.

Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament [8]

RAIMENT. —See Dress.