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pantufas in Portuguese (as slippers in English)

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16:31 Apr 6, 2008
Indo-European(Other) to Indo-European(Other) translations [PRO]
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Indo-European(Other) term or phrase: pantufas in Portuguese (as slippers in English)
What is the origin of this term (pantufas)which has a similar equivalent word in most of the other Indo-European (Indo-Germanic) languages ?
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Apr 6, 2008 - Changes made by Cristina Santos:
Language pairIndo-European(Other) to English » Indo-European(Other)


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