There seems to be conflicting information out there at this time but I think bluefish is most authentic since names are also provided.
Malaysian Insider says 16 Malaysians have been identified; Yahoo News says 21 victims have been identified and MSN says 65 have been identified. They are all over the map at this time. Of course none of them have ventured to provide the names of the victims.
For now I am going to believe only 3 have been identified till names are confirmed
Their clothes were ripped off because the air speed of the plane was around 500 mph and when the plane ripped apart they continued to travel at that speed. The wind would rip the clothing from their bodies with ease. Those who are still partially or mostly clothed were likely shielded from the wind speeds to a degree and they eventually would lose forward momentum and just have the wind speeds from the fall--which would be considerably less fast.
Update: 20 identified Malaysian victims finally reached home at Kuala Lumpur International Airport an hour ago. All coffins/urns got into hearses within an hour, followed by 1-minute nationwide silence.
1) Mastura Mustafa (F)
2) Ahmad Hakimi Hanapi (M)
3) Hamfazlin Sham Mohamed Arifin (F)
4) Nur Shazana Mohamed Salleh (F)
5) Dora Shahila Kassim (F)
6) Lee Hui Pin (F)
7) Angeline Premila Rajandaran (F)
8) Chong Yee Pheng (F)
9) Azrina Yakob (F)
1) Foo Ming Lee (M)
2) Karamjit Singh Karnail Singh (M)
3) Ng Qing Zheng (M)
4) Mabel Anthony Samy (F)
5) Paul Rajasingam / Sivagnanam (M)
6) Elisabeth Ng Lyeti (F)
7) Ariza Ghazalee (F)
8) Muhammad Afif Tambi (M)
9) Noor Rahimmah Mohd Nor (F)
10) Mohd Ali Md Salim (M)
11) Hasni Hardi Parlan (M)