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mocassin (plural mocassins)

  1. Alternative spelling of moccasin.
    • 1930, Arthur Evans, “§87. Chryselephantine Figurines of ‘Boston Goddess’ and Boy-god Connected with Ivory Deposit: The Mother Goddess and Child.”, in The Palace of Minos: A Comparative Account of the Successive Stages of the Early Cretan Civilization as Illustrated by the Discoveries at Knossos, volume III (The Great Transitional Age in the Northern and Eastern Sections of the Palace: The Most Brilliant Records of Minoan Art and the Evidences of an Advanced Religion), London: Macmillan and Co., Limited [], OCLC 163158219, page 452:
      The carving of the toes, the articulation of which is slightly arched in some cases, shows great delicacy []. The feet of the leaping youths of the 'Ivory Deposit' omit this feature, since, as was usual in the sports of the bull-ring, they were shod in mocassin-like gear.



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Un mocassin (1).



mocassin m (plural mocassins)

  1. moccasin (shoe)
  2. moccasin (snake)

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