chaussette

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Etymology[edit]

From chausse (from chausses, from Vulgar Latin calcea, from Latin calceus) + the diminutive suffix -ette. Compare Occitan cauceta, Catalan calceta.

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Noun[edit]

chaussette f (plural chaussettes)

  1. sock

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Noun[edit]

chaussette f (plural chaussettes)

  1. (Jersey) sock