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slipper meaning in Latin

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slipper noun

calceolus [calceoli] noun
(2nd) M

slipper, low-heeled loose-fitting shoe (worn by Greeks/comic actors) noun

soccus [socci] noun
(2nd) M

slipper, sandal noun

crepida [crepidae] noun
(1st) F

sandalium [sandalii] noun
(2nd) N

slipper (of a particular kind) noun

diabathrum [diabathri] noun
(2nd) N

slipper-maker noun

diabatharius [diabatharii] noun
(2nd) M

slippery adjective

levigatus [levigata, levigatum] adjective

lubricus [lubrica, lubricum] adjective

slippery, polished, plain adjective

levis [leve, levior -or -us, levissimus -a -um] adjective

slippery fellow noun

anguilla [anguillae] noun
(1st) F

little soccus/low-heeled Greek slipper/shoe noun

socculus [socculi] noun
(2nd) M

make slippery verb

lubrico [lubricare, lubricavi, lubricatus] verb
(1st) TRANS

maker of diabathri (particular kind of slipper) noun

diabatharius [diabatharii] noun
(2nd) M

sandal, slipper (Ecc) noun

campagus [campagi] noun
(2nd) M

soft shoe, slipper noun

calceus [calcei] noun
(2nd) M

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