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shoe meaning in Latin

EnglishLatin
shoe (horses) verb

calceo [calceare, calceavi, calceatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

shoe noun

aluta [alutae] noun
(1st) F

calceamen [calceaminis] noun
(3rd) N

calceamentum [calceamenti] noun
(2nd) N

calceatus [calceatus] noun
(4th) M

calceolus [calceoli] noun
(2nd) M

calceus [calcei] noun
(2nd) M

calciamen [calciaminis] noun
(3rd) N

calciamentum [calciamenti] noun
(2nd) N

calciatus [calciatus] noun
(4th) M

sotularis [sotularis] noun
(3rd) M

subtalaris [subtalaris] noun
(3rd) M

subtularis [subtularis] noun
(3rd) M

shoe-heel noun

fulmenta [fulmentae] noun
(1st) F

shoe-lace, thong for securing shoes to feet noun

conrigia [conrigiae] noun
(1st) F

shoe-lace/tie, thong for securing shoes to feet noun

corrigia [corrigiae] noun
(1st) F

shoe money/allowance noun

calcearium [calceari(i)] noun
(2nd) N

calciarium [calciari(i)] noun
(2nd) N

shoe shop/store noun

calcearia [calceariae] noun
(1st) F

calciaria [calciariae] noun
(1st) F

shoe strap noun

lorum [lori] noun
(2nd) N

lorus [lori] noun
(2nd) M

shoe strap/tie noun

ligula [ligulae] noun
(1st) F

(shoe) thong/strap noun

amentum [amenti] noun
(2nd) N

ammentum [ammenti] noun
(2nd) N

shoeless (Ecc) adjective

discalceatus [discalceata, discalceatum] adjective

shoemaker noun

calceamentarius [calceamentari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

calcearius [calceari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

calceator [calceatoris] noun
(3rd) M

calceolarius [calceolari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

calciamentarius [calciamentari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

calciarius [calciari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

calciator [calciatoris] noun
(3rd) M

calciolarius [calciolari(i)] noun
(2nd) M

diabatharius [diabatharii] noun
(2nd) M

sutor [sutoris] noun
(3rd) M

shoemaker's awl noun

subula [subulae] noun
(1st) F

actor who wore no shoes noun

planipes [planipedis] noun
(3rd) M

cheap wooden shoe noun

sculponea [sculponeae] noun
(1st) F

copperas-water, cobbler's blackening (for shoe leather) noun

chalcanthon [chalcanthi] noun
N

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