stivale

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French estival, of which the etymology is disputed: either from Medieval Latin aestivālis(summerly), in place of Classical Latin aestīvus, from aestās(summer) (whence also Italian estivo), or from tībiālis(tibial, of the tibia), from tībia.

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  • IPA(key): /stiˈva.le/, [st̪iˈväːle]

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stivale m (plural stivali)

  1. boot

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