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talaria

[tuh-lair-ee-uh] /təˈlɛər i ə/
plural noun, Classical Mythology
1.
the wings or winged sandals on the feet of Hermes, or Mercury.
Origin
< Latin tālāria, noun use of neuter plural of tālāris attached to the ankles, equivalent to tāl(us) ankle + āris -ar1
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talaria

/təˈlɛərɪə/
plural noun
1.
(Greek myth) winged sandals, such as those worn by Hermes
Word Origin
C16: from Latin, from tālāris belonging to the ankle, from tālus ankle
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