Paraphernalia: belongings; the stuff you need for a particular activity; equipment.
From the Greek παρα (pará): beside, and φερνή (phernḗ): things in addition to a dowry. Φερνή derives from φέρω (phérō): I carry.
Paraphernalia, which now means “stuff”, once upon a time meant “the personal belongings a woman brought with her into marriage.”
Thanks to the drug wars, generally, it now means “the stuff you need when you are breaking bad.”