πέλμα

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Noun[edit]

πέλμᾰ (pélman (genitive πέλμᾰτος); third declension

  1. sole of the foot
    1. sole of the shoe
  2. stalk of apples and pears

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Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek πέλμᾰ (pélma).

Noun[edit]

πέλμα (pélman (plural πέλματα)

  1. (anatomy) sole (of foot)
  2. sole (of shoe)

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