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lapti

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From Russian ла́пти (lápti), singular ла́поть (lápotʹ)

NounEdit

lapti (uncountable)

  1. A pair of the old traditional East Slavic (especially Russian) bast shoes, an obsolete traditional footwear of forest areas of Northern Europe, formerly worn by poorer members of the Finnic peoples, Balts, and East Slavs.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin lactem, singular accusative of lac. Compare Romanian lapte.

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lapti n (plural lãpturi, or m lãptsã)

  1. milk

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