Talaria

• (n. pl.) Small wings or winged shoes represented as fastened to the ankles, -- chiefly used as an attribute of Mercury.
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talaria

noun a winged sandal (as worn by Hermes in Graeco-Roman art)
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Talaria

Ta·la'ri·a noun plural [ Latin , from talaris pertaining to the ankles, from talus ankle.] (Class. Myth.) Small wings or winged shoes represented as fastened to the ankles, -- chiefly used as an attribute of Mercury.
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talaria

talaria 1. The winged sandals of the Greek god, Hermes; and the Latin equivalent god, Mercury. Winged sandals were also worn by Iris, Eos, Eros, the Furies, and the Harpies. 2. In Latin, talaria refers to 'winged shoes' or sandals while a talar refers to 'a robe that reaches down, or stretches, to the ankle' and by extensiion, talus, 'ankle, ankle ...
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talaria

[n] - a winged sandal (as worn by Hermes in Graeco-Roman art)
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